Two APCG members served as authors for a recently published article in the Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, which shows the potential health and equity co-benefits related to policies reducing particulate matter (PM) pollution from residential wood burning in Athens, Greece. The study uses a literature review and health impact assessment methodology to investigate 2015 wintertime PM pollution conditions in Athens, and calculates the preventable daily average non-accidental deaths due to policies reducing PM pollution from wood burning, specifically for low and high socioeconomic status (SES) groups. The results show that such policies can alleviate negative health impacts to the entire population, but specifically for vulnerable populations (see figure) as the low SES group was shown to benefit as much as 13.5 times more than the high SES group.