· Trade war tradeoff: How a Missouri town got America’s dirtiest air →
The smelter polluted the air before the smelter’s bankruptcy, too, said Darcy Bybee, director of Missouri air pollution control program, but there were no air monitors to capture daily readings.
· UK lockdown: What are the new rules for drivers and how far can people travel? →
Of course, this will all mean dirtier, more polluted air and a sudden jump in NOx and CO2 emissions.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong must now rely on its own efforts to protect academic freedom →
The streets might be polluted by smog, but on campus the air was bracing.
· US court refuses to shield Volkswagen in diesel scandal lawsuits →
The two counties each have penalties of US$5,000 per day for tampering violations and had a combined total of at least 6,100 polluting VW diesel vehicles.
· An Investment-Led Economic Recovery →
In Europe, for example, conveyor belts of polluting trucks are required to transport parts from one process in one country to another country for another process then onto another.
· As we start to rebuild the economy – we owe future generations a clean recovery that delivers for both people and planet →
Between laying the foundations for sound, sustainable and inclusive growth or locking-in polluting emissions for decades to come
· Government's locust control policy focuses on chemical spray alone: Farm expert →
There is no doubt that the locust attack is a menace that cannot be ignored, but along with locust control, it must also be ensured that the control measures do not pollute air, water, environment and food chain, he said.
· Lockdown in Dhaka: where social distancing is an illusion →
In this densely populated city of 21 million, the main roads are empty, the sounds of horns have disappeared and the polluted sky has cleared.
· ‘For climate protesters, we are like filth’: the German village where coal is still king →
Boxberg was East Germany’s biggest power station and climate campaigners now rank it high among the “dirty 30” of Europe’s most polluting.
The China Post
· Dispatches from Yosemite: Alone with the bears and beauty →
It’s actually affecting the beautiful rivers in a good way because people aren’t polluting them.”