European air quality extremely deadly, says Brussels

According to the European Union, there are 400.000 premature deaths from dirty air in the EU every year. It is unclear what the organization bases this on.

According to the European Commission, many Member States are not doing enough to produce clean air. Only four EU countries will achieve the target for better air quality by 2030. This includes the Netherlands, Cyprus, Croatia and Finland.

Once again, the European Commission verifies that they are completely off the map. List a massive death toll based on NO factual research and pushing through a left-wing political agenda.

Brussels calls the ammonia emissions from agriculture the biggest culprit. This is caused by the spread of manure and the use of fertilizer. Last month, it was proposed that fertilizer use will be cut by 20% by 2030.


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