European coal pollution causes 22300 premature deaths a year, study shows – The Guardian


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European coal pollution causes 22300 premature deaths a year, study shows
The Guardian
Air pollution from Europe's 300 largest coal power stations causes 22,300 premature deaths a year and costs companies and governments billions of pounds in disease treatment and lost working days, says a major study of the health impacts of burning
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