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June 15, 2022

Foul Air Depleting South and Southeast Asian Residents’ Lives

New findings from the AQLI are featured on The World.
Patrick Winn

More than 950 million years of human life. That’s the cost of bad air in Southeast Asia, where 99.9% of the regional population breathes pollution above World Health Organization standards. These are among the alarming findings in a new University of Chicago study. The World’s Patrick Winn reports.

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