Air Pollution Genocide: Invisible and Deadly Global Pandemic
LONDON, EU >> More than 7 million people die from the air pollution genocide world wide each year. More people die from air pollution world-wide than from malaria, HIV/AIDS, terrorism combined. Everyone has to breathe the air. More people die now from air pollution, than cigarette smoking world wide. How can this then be so ignored?
In Britain, more people die form the Air Pollution Genocide, that civilian deaths in World War II.
Professor Romain Lacombe in this TED talk explains further. He states without doubt that "breathing kills."