China air pollution bouncing back as shutdown eases
from The Telegraph
Air pollution in China has bounced back to pre-lockdown levels, new data shows, raising the possibility that some industries have increased production to make up for lost time. Levels of nitrogen dioxide, released by road traffic and the burning of fossil fuels through manufacture, dropped an estimated 40% after China imposed restrictions on industry and movement mid-January, according to the European Space Agency.
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