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COVID-19 lockdowns improved air quality in some cities, shedding light on how to curb pollution

By Frederik Noack, Assistant Professor, environmental economics, University of British Columbia
Dominic Rohner, Professor of Economics, Université de Lausanne
Raahil Madhok, PhD Candidate, Food & Resource Economics Group, University of British Columbia
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While most areas experienced a reduction in air pollution in response to lockdown measures, other areas saw only small improvements or even an air quality deterioration.

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