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Accounting for the health benefits of air pollution regulations in China, 2008–2020

Principal Investigator: 

Boston University

This study will evaluate the major national regulatory policies that were implemented in China from 2008–2018. The investigators will focus on regulations in particular regions that target specific sources, such as coal combustion, and how they have reduced ambient concentrations of fine particles (and their components).

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The abstract for the poster presented at the 2024 HEI Annual Conference can be found here.