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After three decades, most polluted U.S. neighborhoods haven't changed
by Nichola Groom
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30 July 2020
On 30 July 2020 Reuters reported:
If your neighborhood was among the most polluted in 1981, it probably still is. Likewise, the least polluted areas are still faring the best, according to a study published on Thursday [30 July] in the journal Science that analyzed concentrations of fine particulate matter over more than three decades in the United States.
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Overall, pollution from fine particulate matter fell about 70% between 1981 and 2016, the study found. In that time, air quality has improved dramatically across the country thanks to tighter air quality regulations, cleaner vehicles, and fewer coal-fired power plants, experts have found.
But the communities most exposed to higher levels of pollution remain the same, the study found.
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