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Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council

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… and strokes. There is now research showing that air pollution potentially increases the risk of getting dementia. Outdoor workers Women and Children Rising temperatures and decreased air quality affects children in many ways, including increasing asthma attacks and allergies, creating food insecurity, increasing mental health problems, developmental delays, and changes in their genetic makeup…

… are related to respiratory diseases caused by air pollution. The climate emergency is threatening our existence and we must act quickly. We have an ambition to be a carbon neutral borough by 2038. This strategy highlights the incredible amount of work that is needed to get there, even then it’s unlikely to be enough and we must do even more as soon as possible. “The council will take a lead…

… to negative outcomes for people and places. Poor air quality and warmer and colder temperatures Heat and cold related illnesses, respiratory and communicable diseases People in poor health and dying earlier, reduced productivity, pressure on health services Warm and acidic oceans and changing landscapes Not habitable for marine and other wildlife, plants, trees and shrubs Wildlife…

…% by 2035 compared to 1990 levels and achieve net zero by 2050 as recommended by the Committee on Climate change Net Zero Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener 2021 Stay within our nationally determined contribution by 2030 and achieve net zero by 2050 Nitrogen dioxide emissions The Air Quality Standards Regulations 2010 NO2 emissions to comply with EU Limit Values in the shortest possible…

… and cardiovascular disease from air pollution; infectious diseases and respiratory conditions; depression and anxiety caused by events such as flooding; or forced migration and physical stress and injuries caused by extremes of heat. • Improving health through physical activity, including walking and cycling and through healthier eating. • Ensuring the operation of local healthcare facilities…

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