Pollutionwatch: fine particles affect lungs of those near airports | The Guardian
Trial finds reduced lung function and heart changes in young people who exercised near Schiphol
Gary Fuller Fri 1 Jan 2021
Extinction Rebellion activists protesting against climate pollution at Schiphol airport in the Netherlands.
For seven months in 2018, a lorry trailer was parked near a runway at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. It housed exercise bikes and air pollution measurement equipment. Twenty-one healthy young people took turns to visit the trailer for pedalling sessions. Air was funnelled from the outside as the young people exercised, and researchers monitored their heart and lung functions.