One in five deaths linked to fossil fuels
Approximately one in five deaths are due to breathing air pollution caused by burning fossil fuels like coal and oil, new scientific research suggests.The study – based on data from 2018 – found that around 8.7 million people die every year as a result of fossil fuel emissions, which aggravate respiratory conditions like asthma, and can lead to lung
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