Bad news: Coronavirus is spreading rapidly across the world. Good news: Nitrogen dioxide levels are decreasing and the air on Earth is cleaner
Monday, 30 March 2020
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on March 29, 2020
Lockdowns meant to battle the coronavirus has decreased air pollution in urban areas across Europe.
According to Reuters, new satellite images showed reductions in average levels of noxious nitrogen dioxide over March 5-25, 2020.
Cities showing such changes include Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Milan... Silver Lining? COVID-19 Lockdowns Leave European City Air Cleaner 00:39
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