One Planet: Harvard Study Links Air Pollution To Higher Covid-19 Death Rates
On this edition of Your Call’s One Planet series, we're discussing the long-term impacts of air pollution on exposed populations. According to a new Harvard study, people with COVID-19 who live in regions with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the disease.
Who’s most affected and what will it take to reduce air pollution once we get through this?
Beth Gardiner, journalist and author of Choked: Life and Breath in the Age of Air Pollution
Mustafa Santiago Ali, senior vice president for environmental justice at the National Wildlife Federation and a member of the Environmental Protection Network
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