What was the “Great Smog” of 1952?



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    From December 5th to December 9th, 1952, a thick fog engulfed London. It turned into a deadly smog when mixed with black smoke from homes and factories and killed around 12,000 people. The “Great Smog” led to changes in regulations and practices, including the Clean Air Act 1956, and raised public awareness the world over about our environmental impact and consequences.

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