Medics should ‘lead by example’ on air quality

The NHS should reduce its own burden on air pollution while encouraging the government and the public to do the same, according to an alliance of medical bodies

The report urges medics to talk to patients about air quality. Photograph: Karuna EM/123RFThe medical profession should lead efforts to clean the UK’s air by reducing its own burden on pollution, according to UK Health Alliance on Climate Change (HACC).

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