Based on the methodology by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission, the Chronic Coal Pollution report shows that every year air pollution from Western Balkan coal power plants is responsible for an estimated 3,900 premature deaths, 8,500 cases of bronchitis in children and other chronic illnesses. The health issues these plants cause adds up to lost productivity and health costs of up to EUR 11,535 million.
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Our report on #ChronicCoal pollution in/from the Western Balkans is out today, showing why it is time to go #BeyondCoal and to #HealthyEnergy https://t.co/RZA8iCPSGe pic.twitter.com/8cIyDxwNBD— Health and Environment Alliance (@HealthandEnv) 19 de febrero de 2019
Check out the top ten coal polluters in the EU and the Western Balkans. The @EU_Commission should exclude companies planning new coal power from EU funding and financing. #BeyondCoal #HealthyEnergy #CleanAir4Health #EUAccession— Europe Beyond Coal (@EurBeyondCoal) 25 de febrero de 2019
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Air pollution costs our health and economies. Emissions in the Western #Balkans cause and worsen illnesses, increase hospital admissions and reduce productivity through lost working days.— Health and Environment Alliance (@HealthandEnv) 26 de febrero de 2019
We need #HealthyEnergy for #CleanAir. Our #ChronicCoal report: https://t.co/RZA8iCPSGe pic.twitter.com/mqMSO4ejKG