Sharp air pollution drop in Europe amid COVID-19 lockdowns

Sharp air pollution drop in Europe amid COVID-19 lockdowns

As per data released by the European Space Agency (ESA), air pollution from nitrogen dioxide has fallen by an estimated 40% in three European cities, coinciding with a lockdown to curb the spread of the COVID-19. This is based on data for the period Mar 14-25 over France, Spain and Italy. Nitrogen dioxide, emitted by cars, power plants and factories, can cause respiratory and heart conditions.

Chris
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Per Gunnar
Per Gunnar 1 months

Yeah, it's falling almost as fast as those states economy. Good luck getting health care the next 10 years or so with you're economics is in even worse shambles than the European socialists had already turned them into.

The Facts Provider
The Facts Provider 1 months

Nice! Some good news these days

Given Name 123
Given Name 123 1 months

Maybe we will now realise how dependent we are on CO2 gasses.

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