DG Environment published on 8 January 2020 it’s second Clean Air Outlook report forecasting that by 2030 it could reduce premature deaths due to air pollution by 55% (compared to 2005 measures) if Member States implemented all measures agreed under the existing EU legislation on clean air. The Second Clean Air Outlook shows that the clean air measures examined bring net benefits to society, and these benefits always override their costs, and contribute to boosting GDP in the long run. More information

The Commission is also conducting a public consultation on the Zero pollution Action plan, open until 10 February 2021.

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