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COVID-19 and air pollution. Have the predictions of scientists and experts come true?

A year ago, we’ve asked leading scientists and activists around the world about the relationship of air pollution and COVID-19. Have their predictions come true after more than a year from the beginning of the pandemic?

The interviews are concise and full of great takeaways. If you are curious, you can watch every episode so far of AirTalks by Airly here:

Dario Caro, Aarhus University

Jenny Bates, Friends of the Earth

Saskia Heijnen, Clean Air Fund

Eri Saikawa, Emory University

Dr. Ron Dembo, riskthinking.AI

Paul Monks, University of Leicester

Jyoti Pande Lavakare, Care for Air

Beth Gardiner, “The Guardian”, “National Geographic”

Oriol Teixidó, Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD)

 

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