U.N., Partners Launch Awareness Campaign Aimed At Educating Individuals About Dangers Of Air Pollution

U.N. News Centre: Protecting people and planet from ‘invisible killer’ is focus of U.N. health campaign to tackle air pollution
“The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) in partnership with the Coalition for Climate and Clean Air (CCAC), and the Government of Norway has launched a global awareness campaign on the dangers of air pollution — especially ‘invisible killers’ such as black carbon, ground-level ozone, and methane — for the health of individuals and the planet. Titled ‘BreatheLife: Clean air. A healthy future,’ the campaign aims to mobilize cities and their inhabitants on issues of health and protecting the planet from the effects of air pollution…” (10/20).

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