Nitrogen Air Pollution Damaging 60% of Europe's Prime Wildlife Havens

YORK - A 2011 report by European Union scientists lead by Dr. Kevin Hicks of the University of York's Stockholm Environment Institute stated that this "ignored problem" of Nitrogen emissions from cars, power stations and factories was damaging 60% of prime wildlife sites in Europe.

Dr. Hicks said in the Peak District, the reactive nitrogen that fell on Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, had already lead to a demonstrably low range of species as a result.

The outstanding natural beauty and survival of the Peak District is hevily under threat from the air pollution pandemic.

The outstanding natural beauty and survival of the Peak District is hevily under threat from the air pollution pandemic.

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