Dispute over health risks from diesel emissions

Members of a Department of the Environment (DoE) advisory body have disagreed in public over the air pollution threat posed by rising sales of diesel cars. Although recent studies have suggested that airborne particulates may cause increased mortality, doubts remain over the sources of particulates and their significance for health compared with other pollutants.

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