In 320 European cities have been introduced low-emission zones and it’s expected to rise by more than half again, to 507, by 2025. Over the years older and more polluting vehicles have been forced off the road. This has led to an increase in clean air zones across Europe that are the most effective ways to tackle toxic air in our cities.

According to the World Health Organization air pollution is a public health emergency that is responsible for more than 300,000 premature deaths a year in UE.

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