Pollution kills more people than wars and disasters: study

Pollution is killing more people than war and natural disasters, according to a report from medical journal The Lancet.

    Pollution is killing more people than war and natural disasters, according to a report from medical journal The Lancet.

    Almost 50 international researchers were involved in this two-year project.

    The results show pollution played a role in the deaths of one in six people in 2015.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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