Declaration From 5 National Academies Of Science, Medicine Calls On World To Adopt Measures To Address Air Pollution, Prevent Millions Of Deaths

SciDev.Net: Global pact to stop air pollution
“Five national academies of science and medicine have urged the world to adopt concrete measures to tackle air pollution and prevent the millions of deaths it causes each year. The declaration from the science academies of Germany, Brazil, and South Africa, and the science and medicine academies of the United States, was made at the U.N. headquarters in New York and calls for a global pact to adopt pollution-curbing policies and technologies…” (Andrade, 6/25).

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