Curbing Global Air Pollution Can Save a Lot of Lives

According to WHO, a million people can be saved each year if the global air pollution level drops. The United Nations organization said that achieving the limits which have been decided in the Paris Accord can save expenditure in the health care sector massively. Achieving the goals of the 2015 Paris accord will cut global air pollution remarkably. This depreciation can save the lives of a million people each year by 2050, confirms WHO.
In a report, WHO said that there is no doubt that air pollution affects human health. Worldwide, almost seven million people die each year due to air pollution, the report said.
The organization insists that it is high time to take action to curb global pollution, so that, it cannot affect the basic elements that every human needs to have a good life. The officials elaborated that right now pollution threatens access to safe drinking water, clean air, and nutritious food. If this continues, it can cause serious damage to global growth.
In Paris accord, the countries have signed a vow to not let the global temperature rise more than 1.5 to 2 degree Celsius.

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