Health & Environment Air Pollution Air Pollution Policy

Air Pollution Policy

Globally air pollution is an increasingly important public health problem. Nationally ambient (outdoor) air pollution contributes significantly to morbidity and mortality. Reductions in fossil fuel combustion to mitigate climate change have the potential to also benefit health by reducing concentrations of air pollutants which contribute to respiratory and cardiovascular disease and premature mortality.

DEA calls for action on current air pollution practices in Australia and beyond.

For further detail see our Policy on Air Pollution.

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