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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



HEI 2019 Annual Conference

The 2019 HEI Annual Conference will be held in Seattle, Washington, from May 5-7, 2019. [details]

State of Global Air 2019 Webinar

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