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State of Global Air Webinars

The webinar on sources of outdoor air pollution in sub-Saharan Africa was held on August 21, 2019. For more, check out the webinar slides or list of resources.

The 2019 Release webinar was held on April 10th, 2019. Download slides from the webinar here.


State of Global Air in the News

The Guardian: Toxic air will shorten children's lives by 20 months, study reveals 

CTV News: Air pollution cutting Canadian life expectancy by more than 3 months, study claims

DW News (video): How much does smog and air pollution shorten our lives?

Hindustan Times: Diabetes deaths due to air pollution highest in India

The Jakarta Post: Children in South Asia hardest hit by air pollution, says study

NDTV (video): Air Pollution Killed Over 1.2 Million In India In 2017, Shows Study

Reuters: Polluted air to shorten lives by 20 months, researchers say

La Vanguardia: Sin contaminación, los niños que nacen ahora tendrían 20 meses más de vida