A 2016 UNICEF “Clear the Air” report said air pollution kills about 600,000 children under age five each year and contributes to respiratory problems like asthma impacts the development of children’s lungs; the problem is getting in low-income areas and nations.[i] Over one billion children live in homes were solid fuels are used in cooking and heating. The report concludes that reducing air pollution is one of the most important steps we can take for children.
“Clear the Air for Children,” UNICEF, October 201.
[i] “Clear the Air for Children,” UNICEF, October 201.