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Table 6 Reduction in premature mortality resulting from the reduction of ammonia emissions over Europe in 2016

From: Costs and benefits of agricultural ammonia emission abatement options for compliance with European air quality regulations

CountriesNumber of premature deaths
Germany930.4 (818.0–1022.5)
United Kingdom928.2 (809.0–1022.2)
Italy447.6 (391.0–494.8)
France246.6 (214.0–273.0)
Poland176.1 (156.0–192.8)
Sweden162.1 (87.0–192.3)
Montenegro143.8 (126.0–158.8)
Serbia143.8 (126.0–158.8)
Ukraine120.6 (107.0–131.8)
Czechia90.0 (80.0–98.5)
Finland80.3 (39.0–109.9)
Austria76.2 (66.0–84.4)
Belgium73.2 (66.0–79.5)
Netherlands70.6 (62.0–77.1)
Hungary62.8 (56.0–69.2)
Spain58.9 (66.0–56.0)
Denmark51.8 (44.0–57.6)
Bulgaria49.1 (43.0–53.8)
Switzerland48.7 (42.0–54.1)
Greece46.5 (42.0–50.9)
Romania44.8 (39.0–49.3)
Portugal41.2 (28.0–45.7)
Croatia36.4 (32.0–39.8)
Slovakia35.6 (32.0–38.9)
Ireland35.0 (29.0–37.4)
Estonia32.2 (36.0–28.4)
Norway31.9 (15.0–41.9)
Bosnia and Herzegovina29.1 (25.0–32.1)
Turkey23.1 (20.0–25.5)
Albania17.3 (15.0–19.2)
Slovenia14.8 (13.0–16.4)
Northern Macedonia14.7 (13.0–16.2)
Lebanon12.9 (11.0–14.1)
Latvia9.7 (10.0–10.0)
Georgia5.0 (4.0–5.4)
Luxembourg3.3 (2.0–3.6)
Cyprus2.3 (2.0–2.4)
Jordan2.0 (2.0–2.2)
  1. Numbers in parentheses represent the 95% confidence intervals to reflect associated uncertainty