Roadside Emission Impacts on Health in New Zealand


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NIWA launches biggest-ever scientific air quality campaign (Our Science, National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research(NIWA), Sep. 2, 2010)

Also discussed here: Scientists are investigating traffic-related air pollution (Scoop, Jul. 15, 2011)

The focus of today’s review is a research study launched in 2010 to assess the contributions of roadside emissions from vehicles and from wood smoke to health risk. Particular attention is paid to the health risks for children in schools from both indoor and outdoor air pollution.

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