RN Late Night Live with Phillip Adams: Killing me softly with diesel


In Australia, air pollution kills more people than the annual road toll, yet, we are buying more and more diesel cars. In many European cities, diesel is banned, so why is Australia with its highly urbanised population so slow to act, especially given the potentially dire health implications?  Dr Graeme McLeay is a guest on Phillip Adams' show, Late Night Live. Read more-->

Dr McLeay speaks in depth on the  issue of diesel pollution, the impacts on health--especially children-- and what Australia needs to do to improve air quality.

He is joined by Anna Mortimore, lecturer, Griffith Business School, Griffith University.

Dr Graeme McLeay is a retired anaesthetist and member of Doctors for the Environment Australia

Listen to the interview here:

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/latenightlive/dirty-diesel/10199476


Further reading:

Better fuel for cleaner air draft regulation impact statement


Image: Stanley Nguma


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