The study found 83 per cent of primary schools in areas in breach of EU pollution limits were classed as 'deprived'
Toxic chemicals found in oil spills are getting into the oceans and marine wildlife as a result of the burning of fossil fuel and wildfires
WHO spells out the reasons for cleaning our atmosphere: 'When air quality improves, health costs from air pollution-related diseases shrink, worker productivity expands and life expectancy grows'
Dozens of British cities – from Brighton, Southend and Leamington Spa to Glasgow, Manchester and Belfast – are breaching safety limits
Commons' environment committee says the Government must act urgently to stop up to 50,000 deaths a year
The 'Paris Breathes' initiative will create traffic free zones across the city
None of the 37 top-selling cars met the legal limits for nitrogen oxide, with some emitting up to 12 times the legal limit
These letters appear in the 5 April digital edition of The Independent
As many as 99,000 deaths across Europe are caused by indoor air pollution each year
The head of public health at the WHO believes air pollution could have untold effects on future generations
Motorists are still allowed to drive their cars in Central London, however.
Campaign groups are calling on the Government to do more to tackle 'breathtaking' air pollution levels
One bottle of Vitality Air's premium oxygen costs nearly $28 (£18.50)
Customers were charged one yuan per person to for the privilege of breathing filtered air
Online sales of the contraception have been boosted by the severe pollution engulfing China's capital
The annual average air pollution in Delhi is more than twice as bad as Beijing's