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Africa could prevent 880,000 deaths per year by taking action on air pollution and climate change

The report entitled "Integrated Assessment of Air Pollution and Climate Change for Sustainable Development in Africa" released by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the African Union Commission shows how African leaders can act quickly across 5 key areas—transport, residential, energy, agriculture, and waste—to fight climate change, prevent air pollution, and protect human health. African leaders could prevent 880,000 deaths per year in Africa by acting quickly to fight climate change, prevent air pollution, and protect human health.



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