How much reduction in particles is enough?

Anonymous 4 years ago • updated by lee nguyen 1 week ago 1

Given the health damage caused by PM10 and PM 2.5s, is it satisfactory for our leaders to aim for only a small reduction to exposure, such as 10% or 20%? Should some sources of particles such as the burning of wood for heating/BBQs, be phased out altogether?

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