The World Health Organisation (WHO) attributed 3.7 million premature deaths worldwide in 2012 to outdoor air pollution and even more, 4.3 million deaths to indoor air pollution. Exposure to toxic smoke from burning solid fuels such as wood and coal is a particular problem in Asia and Africa. How can we prevent deaths across the world from polluted air?
Fred Pearce, journalist, author and environment consultant for New Scientist.
Frank Kelly, Professor of Environmental health, King’s College London.
James Thornton, the founding CEO of ClientEarth, Europe’s leading environmental law organisation
Sarah Collins is a South Africa-based entrepreneur and Founder of Wonderbag, a non-electric, heat-retention cooker.
Air quality questions
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