Hispanics and blacks create less air pollution than whites, but breathe more of it, study finds
A new study about the environment and public health reveals a stark inequity: White populations in the United States contribute more to air pollution than minority Hispanic and black populations. However, Hispanic and black populations are more likely to be breathing in the air pollution that’s created. How do you determine who’s ‘responsible’ for air pollution? How can some people be more affected by air pollution? What can be done? Correction: A previous version of this story had incorrectly identified David Reichmuth as having worked on the study that is the subject of the story. He worked on a different study. Also, the story should have said gasoline coming from tailpipes produces nitrogen oxide. Source: CNN
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