Christine Jardine: The polluted air she breathed killed my mum

Getting rid of air pollution from our towns and cities is a cause that is deeply person for me, writes Christine Jardine.
The air we breathe is something we tend to take for granted. We can’t see it but we know it’s there and trust that it’s clean enough for us to take in safely.
Unfortunately that is not always the case. And often it can be years, even decades later, before we realise the damage it has done.
I grew up in a part of the world where the air we breathed in was not only unclean but, for hundreds of people, deadly.
My mother, Nessie Jardine, is one of the many whose name appears... read more

14 July 2018 in Environment, Views: 50
Source: Scotsman

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