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Activists Demand CLEAN AIR at Statue of Liberty in Budapest, Hungary (Photos by P. Starnawski) 

Activists Demand CLEAN AIR at Statue of Liberty in Budapest, Hungary (Photos by P. Starnawski) 

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Greenpeace activists climbed the Statue of Liberty, an iconic site in Budapest, Hungary to demand politicians to act for clean air. Air pollution has been an extreme problem in Hungary since 2009. Around 13 thousand Hungarians die every year because of air pollution. The country became the second on the list of air-pollution related premature deaths per capita within the EU in the 2018 EEA Report. There is an infringement case going on against Hungary because of air pollution. For lack of action, EC took Hungary to the European Court of Justice. According to Greenpeace Hungary’s recent opinion poll the majority of Budapest citizens claims air pollution the biggest environmental problem and demand old diesel cars to be banned from the capital. 
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