Environment: the British example - a German view = London so long, smog

Germany, 1975

Film
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In 1952 4,000 people died as a result of “smog”, a mixture of natural fog, soot and smoke, containing poisonous waste gases. The ensuing Clean Air Act designated smokeless zones and all soft coal fires were banned in London. Shows how inspectors keep a close watch on domestic and industrial air pollution, so that smog is a thing of the past.

Credits

director

Fritz Gebhardt

producer

Rudolf Rosthof

production company

NDR TV

Language

English

Duration

00:24:58:00

Colour

Colour

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