Deaths caused by PM2.5 exposure in the European Union (EU-28) 2016

This graph depicts the percentage of deaths from PM2.5 pollution in the European Union (EU-28), when compared with total deaths in 2016. It shows that 22.3 percent of all deaths in Bulgaria were attributable to PM2.5 particulate matter exposure. Poland was the second highest with 20.6 percent. With 5.1 percent, Finland had the lowest rate of deaths caused by PM2.5 exposure.

Share of deaths attributable to PM2.5 particulate matter pollution in the European Union (EU-28) in 2016

Share of deaths from PM2.5
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Release date

October 2019

Region

EU

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

*UK deaths an estimate

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