It's far more objectively considered than the 'I don't want any inconvenience to my life' ethos behind the objections and your post.
As for your no one is dying nonsense
The coroner said…
Coroner Phillip Barlow said there is "no safe level of particulate matter" in the air and called for national pollution limits to be reduced.
Hardly a reasonable statement as well as being untrue. The little girl had many chronic conditions which made her struggle, and the air quality where she lived in Lewisham would be measurable against defined standards.
Was the pollution created locally or had it drifted in with the wind and prevailing weather conditions?
I’m sure this little girl had issues that would have been just as severe if she had lived in the countryside. The problem is that it cannot be proven unless there are many people living in and around the Lewisham area displaying equally severe health issues. If that were the case you might have some validity to your point. However from what I understand this was very much an extreme case such that it was newsworthy and supported an agenda often repeated by the BBC newsroom.
A tragic and isolated case that proves nothing. An unsubstantiable statement from the coroner and a terrible loss for a grieving family.