News Outlets Continue Coverage Of WHO Air Pollution Report’s Warning On Child Health

Associated Press: E.U. lists air pollution hotspots as U.N. warns on child health (Olsen, 10/29).

Axios: World Health Organization: 93% of children are breathing toxic air (Vavra, 10/29).

The BMJ: Health of 1.8 billion children is at serious risk from air pollution, says WHO (Kmietowicz, 10/30).

Bustle: WHO’s Air Pollution Statistics Suggest Up To 1.8 Billion Children Could Be Seriously Impacted (Friedmann, 10/30).

CNN: More than 90% of world’s children breathe toxic air, report says, as India prepares for most polluted season (McDougall, 10/29).

Reuters: WHO says air pollution kills 600,000 children every year (Miles, 10/29).

USA TODAY: 93 percent of the world’s children breathe toxic, polluted air each day (Rice, 10/30).

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