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Air pollution from fossil fuel use accounts for over 5 million extra deaths a year, new modeling study finds

  • Air pollution caused by fossil fuels is responsible for 5.1 million annual deaths worldwide, comprising 61% of all deaths from air pollution in 2019.
  • The study highlights the significant health benefits that would come from replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources.
  • South and East Asia, including China, experience the most significant impacts of air pollution, with the potential to prevent 3.85 million deaths per year by eliminating fossil fuels.
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