Govts Urged to Curb Air Pollution

If South Africa implements the WHO’s landmark resolutions on air pollution, the government will have to take action against polluting companies

If South Africa implements the World Health Organisation's landmark resolutions on air pollution, the government will have to take action against polluting companies, including Eskom.
 
After discussing air pollution for the first time at the World Health Assembly, the United Nations' health body adopted resolutions intended to counter the world's most serious single environmental health risk.
 
The organisation wants governments to reduce toxic particle emissions by coal-fired power stations and diesel vehicles, both major sources of harmful fumes, by promoting energy efficiency and expanding the use of clean and renewable energy.
 
To read the article titled, “Polluters in firing line,” click here.

Source: 
Times Live

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