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According to the WHO, indoor and outdoor air pollution is the single largest environmental health risk, causing numerable noncommunicable diseases, such as cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, stroke and lung cancer as well as increasing the risk for acute respiratory infections.

HEAL works with global, European, national and local partners and decision-makers to decrease those preventable diseases and to protect those most vulnerable – pregnant women, children, the elderly and those already ill or poor.

[English, German, Polish] Webinar: Wood burning – a sustainable energy alternative or a health threat?

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Webinar: Wood burning – a sustainable energy alternative or a health threat?

Wednesday, 6 July 2022, 10.00 – 11.30 am CEST In recent years, the burning of…

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Bilgi Notu: Hava Kirliliginin Saglık Etkileri

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Impact of COVID-19 led lockdown on air pollution levels in Bengaluru

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Air quality in the EU – how to do your part

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