Thursday, 13 June 2019

Deadly gas: Cutting farm emissions in half could save 3,000 lives a year

Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Spreading manure on a harvested corn field.
Photo by Chesapeake Bay Program.

Thousands of deaths could be avoided each year if air pollution from UK farms were halved, new analysis has revealed. But the government's failure to act means the most damaging sectors are under no obligation to cut their emissions. Story here.

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