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Shoot: Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern

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The amount of fine dust in the Swiss air is so high it is unhealthy for the population, according to the World Health Organization. In cities, urban areas and along highways, it is the road traffic that has the biggest share in harmful fine dust. The population pays with their health, which in turn, costs the state at least 1.5 billion francs per year. The limits that have been set are being exceeded for the past 20 years, without drastic consequences.

The politicians must not fall asleep now. Therefore Greenpeace went on “Fine Dust Tour’ through Switzerland for three weeks with a bio-gas van. Measurements were taken of the contamination levels and thoughts were exchanged with the local population, victims with health problems, air pollution experts and politicians. The tour started in Luzern, next was Basel, Murten and Aarau, then Bern and Zurich and finally Tessin. In the canton of Aargau Greenpeace handed complaints and objections over to the governing council.
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
6 Feb, 2006
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
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Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
6 Feb, 2006
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
Restrictions apply
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
6 Feb, 2006
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
Restrictions apply
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
6 Feb, 2006
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
Restrictions apply
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
6 Feb, 2006
Toxics Action against Air Pollution in Luzern
Restrictions apply
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