Air-pollution deaths and Suffolk transport choices

I blogged the other day about air-pollution in Suffolk. No – not sand from the sahara that you can’t do anything about, but particulate matter which comes from – wait for it – the internal combustion engine and coal fired energy.

Now the Evening Star has published Public Health England’s verdict. “Suffolk: Air pollution was contributory factor in more than 800 deaths in 12 months”  What seems to be happening is that smoking-related deaths are going down but ones related to air-pollution are rising. Surprised?


We haven’t much coal fired energy here – but we do drive a lot of cars – partially because transport is so poor.

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