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Clean air bought the farm: agro-lobby decimates air quality directive

How the agribusiness lobby has weakened the new EU air quality directive with serious consequences for health. An article written by Vincent Harmsen en Berna van Vilsteren and translated by Iris Maher.

Agro-lobby. Image: Alamy
Agro-lobby. Image: Alamy

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