400,000 premature deaths attributed in 2016 to air pollution in Europe

While air quality is improving in Europe, it remains a subject of concern, especially in cities.

According to a study by the European Environment Agency (EEA), pollution caused the premature death of 400,000 people in 2016. Consult the study.

It is in particular fine particles (PM2.5) which are said to be the main cause of death (estimate: 374,000 people).


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