Outdoor particulate pollution kills around 4.2 million people worldwide annually, according to the Lancet and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Of those 4.2 million, 88,000 of those premature deaths were in the US in 2015. The cause of the pollution, according to the New York Times, is “burning things.”
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