New blog: Contextualising air quality for inclusive development in Africa

Air pollution is currently the second largest cause of death in Africa and air pollution-related costs are high. Vulnerable groups, including children and low-income population, face higher risks and environmental injustice hampers achievement of inclusive development. To address this problem, adequate air quality policies must be designed in an informed way. Marleen Dekker and Agnieszka Kazimierczuk participated in a workshop in Kigali on a pilot design for air quality in Africa.

Read their blog!

Photo: Waste incineration and air pollution in Lagos Island. Photo credit: Joshua Okunfolami, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.