London breaches annual air pollution limits in first week of 2017 - CNN

(CNN) London breached its annual air pollution limits five days into the new year, Mayor Sadiq Khan said Friday. An air monitoring site at Brixton Road in south London began recording levels of nitrogen dioxide above the threshold early Thursday and ...

London Breaks Annual Air Pollution Limit In Five Days - Mintpress News (blog)

A study by the European Environment Agency suggested 14,000 premature deaths are attributable to the NO2 prevalent in the UK's smog each year. By Emma Howard | January 6, 2017. Be Sociable, Share! Twitter · Facebook. Reddit. Google+. (REPORT) ...

Brixton Road breaches annual air pollution limit in five days - BBC News

A south London road has breached its annual air pollution limit for 2017 in just five days. Readings taken in Brixton Road found levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), linked to nearly 5,900 early deaths a year, repeatedly breached the EU limit. King's ...

London has already breached annual legal air pollution limits just five days into 2017 - Irish Examiner

London has broken its annual air pollution limits just five days into the New Year, according to new figures. London has already breached annual legal air pollution limits just five days into 2017. Brixton Road, Lambeth has claimed the “dubious honour ...

London Reaches Annual Pollution Limit 5 Days Into 2017 - Vocativ

In only five days, London surpassed its yearly air pollution limits. Brixton Road, located in the borough of Lambeth, was the first area of the city to breach the legal limit. According to EU law, levels of nitrogen dioxide, a prominent air pollutant ...

London's Toxic Air Is A Public Health Emergency - That's Why We're Taking Urgent Action To Halt Pollution - Huffington Post UK

London's toxic air is nothing short of a public health emergency, and one that is responsible for the premature deaths of over 9,000 Londoners every year. We see new research about the health effects of pollution almost daily. Only this week I've read ...

Britain exceeds annual air pollution limit five days into 2017 due to just one road - Mirror.co.uk

Britain has exceeded its annual air pollution limit just five days into 2017 because of toxic air on a single London road. Readings taken in Brixton Road in Lambeth found levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), linked to nearly 5,900 early deaths a year ...