Carbon emissions fall 17% worldwide under coronavirus lockdowns, study finds


And due to coronavirus lockdowns carbon dioxide emissions around the world could fall by up to seven percent this year CBS news correspondent Matt Piper with more on a new study just out this study analyzed daily CO two emissions across sixty nine countries and all fifty states and down the between January and April emissions fell on average seventeen percent compared to the same time last year carbon dioxide emissions will fall this year at a rate we haven't seen since World War two study co author from Stanford University rob Jackson from London to Los Angeles cities have weeks of blue sky's gonna clear like this every day a couple in the lecture cars with clean power the most significant decline in activity aviation with a seventy five percent decrease driving a decrease of fifty percent Matt Piper CBS

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