Polluted air is killing 40,000 in the Po-valley each year
A recent scientific article has shown that air pollution in the Po Valley in Italy is still a big killer. The researchers looked at chronic exposure to PM2.5 for the years 2016–2019 and 39,628 attributable premature death were estimated in the regions of the Po Valley. These are alarming numbers that show that a lot more has to be done in the region to protect the health of its citizens.
Epidemilogica & Prevenzione 3-2023