Air quality interventions greatly outweigh their costs

Clean air zones, street washing and speed restrictions are both effective health measures and economically justified, according to health body NICE

by Gareth Simkins
Cheap measures to improve air quality can have substantial economic benefits. Table: Eunomia and University of the West of England
Cheap measures to improve air quality can have substantial economic benefits. Table: Eunomia and University of the West of England

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