Foul air depleting South and Southeast Asian residents’ lives

The World

More than 950 million years of human life. That’s the cost of bad air in Southeast Asia, where 99.9% of the regional population breathes pollution above World Health Organization standards. These are among the alarming findings in a new University of Chicago study. The World's Patrick Winn reports.

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