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Publication EEA Signals 2013 - Every breath we take
Improving air quality in Europe: Signals 2013 focuses on Europe’s air. This year’s edition tries to explain the current state of air quality in Europe, where they come from, how air pollutants form, and how they affect our health and the environment. It also gives an overview of the way we build our knowledge on air, and how we tackle air pollution through a wide range of policies and measures.
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Infographic Health impacts of air pollution
Air pollutants can have a serious impact on human health. Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable.
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Infographic Indoor air pollution
We spend a large part of our time indoors - in our homes, workplaces, schools or shops. Certain air pollutants can exist in high concentrations in indoor spaces and can trigger health problems.
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Signals 2013 - online survey
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Infographic Sources of air pollution in Europe
Air pollution is not the same anywhere. Different pollutants are released into the atmosphere from a wide range of sources, including industry, transport, agriculture, waste management and households. Certain air pollutants are also released from natural sources.
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