The risk of clean air

The risk of clean air
-Time for change

In line with other contemporary research, the World Health Organization estimates that approximately 3 million deaths annually can be attributed to ambient air pollution. With the aim of improving air quality and reducing environmental impacts (including the acidification of rain and oceans), the International Maritime Organization (IMO) developed the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (or ‘MARPOL’, short for Maritime Pollution), which included

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