The World Health Organisation, WHO, has raised the alarm about large number of child mortality being recorded worldwide, saying one in four young children globally die from pollution, lack of sanitation and other unhealthy environments. Similarly, about 1.7 million children under the age of five die every year as a result of respiratory infections attributed to air pollution, second-hand smoke, poor access to clean water, poisoning and other environmental problems. These were contained in a new WHO report titled 'Inheriting a Sustainable World'. Air pollution is a mixture of solid...The post 2m children die from pollution, unhealthy environment ' WHO appeared first on New Telegraph Nigerian Newspaper. Click here to read full news..