Supplementary Data - Regional policies targeting residential solid fuel and agricultural emissions can improve air quality and public health in the Greater Bay Area and across China

Luke Conibear, Carly Reddington, Ben Silver, Christoph Knote, Steve Arnold & Dominick Spracklen
Air pollution exposure is a leading public health problem in China. The majority of the air pollution disease burden is from fine particulate matter (PM2.5) exposure, with smaller contributions from ozone (O3) exposure. Recent emission reductions have reduced PM2.5 exposure. However, levels of exposure and the associated risk remain high, some pollutant emissions have increased, and some sectors lack effective emission control measures. We quantified the potential impacts of policy scenarios on ambient air quality...
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