Air Pollution Exposure in London

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London Assembly has published new research which shows that the Mayor of London’s measures to tackle London’s poor air quality, including launching the Ultra-Low Emission Zone in April, will benefit all Londoners, particularly those living in the most deprived areas. The report finds that all primary and secondary schools exceeding NO2 limits will drop from 453 in 2013 to zero by 2025. However, if London is to meet WHO PM 2.5 limits by 2030, the report stipulates that further government action is needed.

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