Polluted air cuts life expectancy by 2 years, South Asia and India most affected, China improving

Across South Asia, the average person would live five years longer if levels of fine particulate matter met World Health Organization standards. PM2.5 pollution fell in China by almost 40 per cent between 2013 and 2020.

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