Cleaning up the air in ports

The workshop looked at air pollution and measures against it in the Gdansk region. Photo: KacperKowalski.pl/Port of Gdansk Authority SA

European ports “have to act ahead of stricter legislation” if the ongoing problem of air pollution is to improve, says the German Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU).

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