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New study finds COVID-19 lockdown made Montreal’s air cleaner

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Trudeau sees ‘real opportunity’ for collaboration with U.S. on electric vehicles, critical minerals The researchers found emissions increased as soon as the summer hit and things started opening up.“It’s sort of a short picture in time, right?

It shows us that in the beginning of the lockdown, the air quality was better,” Pétrin-Desrosiers said.To some experts, the study only underlines the extraordinary amount of hard work needed to improve air quality and reduce emissions long term.“I think it’s an opportune moment to reassess fossil fuel production and how we’re going to start doing a managed wind-down of that industry in the coming years,” said Sabaa Khan, Quebec director of the David Suzuki Foundation.

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