London’s black communities disproportionately exposed to air pollution – study

London’s black communities disproportionately exposed to air pollution – study
 

Black communities in London are disproportionately more likely to breathe illegal levels of air pollution than white and Asian ones, new research seen exclusively by the Guardian shows.
The study for the mayor of London shows 15.3% of black, African and Caribbean people are exposed to nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels that breach EU limits, but they account for just 13.3% of the city’s population.
The proportion of white and Asian individuals exposed to the dangerous NO2 levels is lower than the fraction of the population they account for, said Aether, the consultancy which produced the... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Guardian
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