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City Lights Exacerbate Air Pollution: Study

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Bright city lights exacerbate air pollution, according to a study by US scientists.

Their research indicates that the glare thrown up into the sky interferes with chemical reactions.

These reactions would normally help clean the air during the night of the fumes emitted by motor cars and factories during the day.

Read the whole story at BBC News

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