Ethnic minorities in England 3 times more likely to live in areas with ‘very high’ air pollution: Report


LONDON

A new study found that ethnic minorities in England are over three times more likely to live in areas with “very high” air pollution, according to the Guardian on Tuesday.

The research was carried out by Friends of the Earth, who analyzed government data on air pollution, focusing on nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and small particulate matter (PM2.5).

In areas where NO2 and PM2.5 are double World Health Organization guidelines, ethnic minorities made up almost half…



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