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Marius Sznajderman Artwork to Benefit World Lung Foundation
This collection of art was created by Marius Sznajderman. Signed, limited editions of a book. Dali, Dumas and Me. An Artist’s Tale of Friendship and Deception, by the artist, tells the story of a 30-year odyssey involving fine art, lies and a full circle return to the rebirth of art from art.
For a limited time, a portion of all art and book sales will benefit World Lung Foundation’s programs that address the causes of lung disease around the world.
For questions and additional details, contact Jennifer Klopp at +1.212.639.0088 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tobacco Atlas, 4th Edition
Tobacco—the only consumer product proven to kill more than half of its regular users—is responsible for about six million deaths worldwide every year. One hundred million people were killed by tobacco in the 20th century. Unless effective measures are implemented to prevent young people from smoking and to help current smokers quit, tobacco will kill one billion people in the 21st century.
The latest edition of the groundbreaking Tobacco Atlas gives shape and
meaning to statistics about tobacco use and control. Full-color maps and
graphics illustrate in a clear and accessible format the wide range of tobacco
issues, revealing similarities and differences between countries.
"A Modern Economic View of Tobacco Taxation" broke new ground by establishing a theoretical framework for viewing tobacco taxation as benefitting the poor. Gruber demonstrates that people may experience conflict between short-term desires and long-term goals and that this conflict leads to over-consumption of tobacco products. Since low-income individuals are more price-sensitive, raised taxes are of higher benefit to them, as taxes reduce consumption. The is available in Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish on the Economics Report page.
2011 Activity Report
World Lung Foundation's Annual Report and financial statements are available in the "About WLF" portion of the website. See the 2011 Activity Report