Exposure to diesel exhaust is part of our everyday lives. We encounter diesel-powered vehicles and the air pollution they create every day. In thousands of medical studies, scientists have documented serious adverse health impacts from the air pollutants resulting from diesel exhaust. Governments now recognize that black carbon soot is the number two cause of climate change and the most important component of air pollution affecting our public health. Health authorities have identified diesel particulate matter as a toxic air contaminant owing to its potential to cause cancer, premature death and other health problems.

Scientific studies have proven that diesel soot has a carcinogenic effect as well as being a main contributor to atmospheric smog alongside of nitrous oxide. Cleaner fuels and emission control technologies that can reduce this pollution by up to 98% are here today. We need to move to make retrofitting these highly effective emission controls to diesel engines on the road today a public health priority.

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