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The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a shocking finding the air we breathe. It has found that almost everyone Earth breathes unhealthy air. The WHO made its air quality update ahead World Health Day on April 7. The update reported that 99 per cent the world's population breathes air that exceeds WHO air quality limits. It looked data over 6,000 cities 117 countries. People living in lower- and middle-income countries breathe the poorest-quality air. Millions people die these countries because of pollution-related diseases. The WHO said: "After surviving a pandemic, it is unacceptable to still have 7 million preventable deaths...due air pollution."

The WHO said its report highlighted the need to move away fossil fuels. It asked governments to do more to reduce levels air pollution. It said: "Current energy concerns highlight the importance speeding the transition to cleaner and healthier energy systems." It added that high gas prices, energy security, the dangers air pollution, and climate change mean the world must be less dependent fossil fuels. The WHO report included many recommendations change. Among these were, "the exclusive use clean household energy cooking, heating and lighting," and to "build safe and affordable public transport systems and pedestrian- and cycle-friendly networks".

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