Because of Corona … a positive phenomenon is occurring in Italy

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Also recorded in the rest of Europe during the recent period

Yesterday, Wednesday, the European Environment Agency announced that the level of air pollution in Italy, whose inhabitants are all quarantined, has decreased, in a phenomenon also recorded in the rest of Europe.

In Milan, the Italian economic capital, the level of nitrogen dioxide concentration has decreased by 24 percent during the past four weeks compared to the previous four weeks, according to the agency.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the said gas is emitted, especially from vehicles and thermal production plants, and may cause strong infections in the respiratory system.

The week from March 16 to 22 saw a 21 percent decline compared to the same week a year ago.

The European Environment Agency said in a statement that “the data confirm a significant decline in the concentrations of atmospheric pollutants, especially nitrogen dioxide, which is due in large part to the decline in traffic and other activities, especially in major cities that witness quarantine measures for the population.”

In Bergamo, the Italian region most affected by the virus, the decline rate has reached 47 percent in the last four weeks compared to the previous four weeks.

In the Italian capital, nitrogen dioxide concentration levels fell between 26 and 35 percent during the same period, according to European Agency figures.

In other parts of Europe, in Spain in particular, nitrogen dioxide concentration levels decreased by 55 percent during a year in Barcelona and 41 percent in Madrid, and these levels have halved in some parts of the European continent compared to those usually recorded.

On the European index, air quality in central Paris was rated “good” on Wednesday morning.

But the European Environment Agency stressed that these massive declines do not provide solutions to the climate change crisis.

“The current crisis and its multiple effects on our society are incompatible with what we are trying to achieve; that is, a sound and well-managed transitional process towards a sustainable and resilient society,” agency director Hans Bruenencks said in a statement.
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Because of Corona … a positive phenomenon is occurring in Italy

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Yesterday, Wednesday, the European Environment Agency announced that the level of air pollution in Italy, whose inhabitants are all quarantined, has decreased, in a phenomenon also recorded in the rest of Europe.

In Milan, the Italian economic capital, the level of nitrogen dioxide concentration has decreased by 24 percent during the past four weeks compared to the previous four weeks, according to the agency.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the said gas is emitted, especially from vehicles and thermal production plants, and may cause strong infections in the respiratory system.

The week from March 16 to 22 saw a 21 percent decline compared to the same week a year ago.

The European Environment Agency said in a statement that “the data confirm a significant decline in the concentrations of atmospheric pollutants, especially nitrogen dioxide, which is due in large part to the decline in traffic and other activities, especially in major cities that witness quarantine measures for the population.”

In Bergamo, the Italian region most affected by the virus, the decline rate has reached 47 percent in the last four weeks compared to the previous four weeks.

In the Italian capital, nitrogen dioxide concentration levels fell between 26 and 35 percent during the same period, according to European Agency figures.

In other parts of Europe, in Spain in particular, nitrogen dioxide concentration levels decreased by 55 percent during a year in Barcelona and 41 percent in Madrid, and these levels have halved in some parts of the European continent compared to those usually recorded.

On the European index, air quality in central Paris was rated “good” on Wednesday morning.

But the European Environment Agency stressed that these massive declines do not provide solutions to the climate change crisis.

“The current crisis and its multiple effects on our society are incompatible with what we are trying to achieve; that is, a sound and well-managed transitional process towards a sustainable and resilient society,” agency director Hans Bruenencks said in a statement.

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Also recorded in the rest of Europe during the recent period

Yesterday, Wednesday, the European Environment Agency announced that the level of air pollution in Italy, whose inhabitants are all quarantined, has decreased, in a phenomenon also recorded in the rest of Europe.

In Milan, the Italian economic capital, the level of nitrogen dioxide concentration has decreased by 24 percent during the past four weeks compared to the previous four weeks, according to the agency.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the said gas is emitted, especially from vehicles and thermal production plants, and may cause strong infections in the respiratory system.

The week from March 16 to 22 saw a 21 percent decline compared to the same week a year ago.

The European Environment Agency said in a statement that “the data confirm a significant decline in the concentrations of atmospheric pollutants, especially nitrogen dioxide, which is due in large part to the decline in traffic and other activities, especially in major cities that witness quarantine measures for the population.”

In Bergamo, the Italian region most affected by the virus, the decline rate has reached 47 percent in the last four weeks compared to the previous four weeks.

In the Italian capital, nitrogen dioxide concentration levels fell between 26 and 35 percent during the same period, according to European Agency figures.

In other parts of Europe, in Spain in particular, nitrogen dioxide concentration levels decreased by 55 percent during a year in Barcelona and 41 percent in Madrid, and these levels have halved in some parts of the European continent compared to those usually recorded.

On the European index, air quality in central Paris was rated “good” on Wednesday morning.

But the European Environment Agency stressed that these massive declines do not provide solutions to the climate change crisis.

“The current crisis and its multiple effects on our society are incompatible with what we are trying to achieve; that is, a sound and well-managed transitional process towards a sustainable and resilient society,” agency director Hans Bruenencks said in a statement.





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