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One in eight deaths in Europe linked to pollution, environment, EU says
by Kate Abnett
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8 September 2020
On 8 September 2020 Reuters reported:
Environmental factors such as air pollution and heatwaves exacerbated by climate change contribute to around 13 percent of all deaths in Europe, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said on Tuesday [8 September]. Air pollution is the biggest environmental health risk in Europe, contributing to more than 400,000 premature deaths each year. Prolonged exposure to pollutants can cause diabetes, lung disease, and cancer, and early evidence suggests air pollution may be linked to higher death rates among COVID-19 patients.
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