Study shows Slovenia should further reduce urban air pollution
Brussels/Ljubljana, 23 March - A study conducted by the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) has shown that the majority of Slovenian cities should further restrict traffic in order to reduce air pollution, an issue that comes at an immense social cost to residents. A number of measures have been proposed for the cause by the Slovenian partner.
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