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Pollution-guzzling, Air-cleaning Buildings

Pollution-guzzling, Air-cleaning Buildings | Human Rights | Scoop.it

Seven million premature deaths in a single year were the result of air pollution exposure, the World Health Organization reported recently. That’s one in eight of total global deaths in 2012. This new finding doubles previous estimates, confirming that air pollution is now the world’s single largest environmental health risk. Cities around the world are increasingly turning to technology for solutions, and here are some of the most innovative designs...

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Stephen Kavanagh's insight:

We have a right to clean air!!! Support our environment!!!

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Norm Miller's curator insight, May 31, 8:46 AM

More integration with nature and more technology that caotures pollution.

TavistockCollegeGeog's curator insight, June 30, 6:25 AM

Great synoptic links to the Technological fix unit in A2 Geography. Good case study for health risk management. Where does this fit on the Kuznet Curve?

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Cannabis worth €1.3m seized in two operations - RTE.ie

Cannabis worth €1.3m seized in two operations - RTE.ie | Human Rights | Scoop.it
Irish Independent
Cannabis worth €1.3m seized in two operations
RTE.ie
Cannabis with an estimated street value of €1.3m has been seized in Drogheda and Dublin.
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Another waste of Garda resources and loss of income to the economy!!

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