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Air pollution is magnified by the same factors that contribute to climate change. Around two billion children live in areas where air pollution levels exceed World Health Organization (WHO) standards, exposing them to toxic air and jeopardizing their health and brain development. Each year, over half a million children under the age of five die due to air pollution. Additional children will sustain permanent damage to their developing brains and lungs.