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New study proves that air pollution is disproportionately caused by different groups than those that live with its impacts.

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New study proves that air pollution is disproportionately caused by different groups than those that live with its impacts.

Just because you’re not feeling the impacts of air pollution, does not mean that it’s not a problem. This new study shows that “air pollution is disproportionately caused by white Americans' consumption of goods and services, but disproportionately inhaled by black and Hispanic Americans.” Read the full story at npr.org.