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World carbon pollution falls 17% during pandemic peak

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Yamamoto the state of Washington leads the world during the pandemic in carbon pollution reduction couples core when it reports its a positive side effect of the shutdown but experts say it's not going to last long the study conducted by the global carbon project finds at the peak of the pandemic the world cut its daily greenhouse gas emissions by seventeen percent right now we're seeing drops in both carbon emissions as well as nitrogen dioxide George Washington University professor John health system the study shows the United States leads the world cutting its carbon dioxide levels by about one third and within the U. S. Washington and California each have cut more than forty percent of their emissions it's a welcome respite from the ravages of climate change but hell the stern cautions something similar happened during the last big economic slowdown after

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