According to the new study, conducted by Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) in cooperation with the NGO Centre for Environmental Initiatives “Ecoaction”, toxic emissions from Ukrainian coal-fired power plants in 2019 are likely to have killed 1,315 people in the EU member states, 2,690 people in Ukraine and 1,023 in other countries.
Among the EU countries, Romania and Poland suffer the most from emissions from Ukrainian coal-fired power plants, which in 2019, according to the study, lost 534 and 325 lives due to pollution, respectively. Such impact assessment is provided in a new study “Health Impacts of Coal Power Plant Emissions in Ukraine”
Read more about the health impacts of Ukrainian coal-fired power plants in the study below.
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