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Scientists record the highest levels of atmospheric mercury pollution in the world in a pristine patch of the Peruvian Amazon — ScienceDaily

If you had to guess which part of the world has the highest levels of atmospheric mercury pollution, you probably wouldn’t pick a patch of pristine Amazonian rainforest. Yet, that’s exactly where they are. In a new study appearing Jan. 26 in the journal Nature Communications, an international team of researchers show that illegal gold […]

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Holocaust survivor uses TikTok to share her story

Holocaust survivor uses TikTok to share her story – CBS News Watch CBS News Lily Ebert, a 98-year-old Holocaust survivor, is using TikTok to share her story with younger generations. Charlie D’Agata shares more. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On Source […]

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More than 800 deaths may have been avoided due to air quality improvements during the first lockdown phase in Europe — ScienceDaily

Strict COVID-19 lockdown policies such as workplace closures in European cities reduced levels of air pollution and the number of associated deaths, according to new estimates published in Nature’s Scientific Reports. The research, which was funded by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) on behalf of the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS), was […]

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Lockdown drove pollution changes between — even within — cities — ScienceDaily

During COVID-19 lockdowns, the internet was flooded with images from Delhi to Los Angeles, showing mountains typically hidden behind smog or clear blue skies where they were once gray. People speculated that, because fewer people were driving, industry slowed and many airports were functionally closed, levels of pollution had dropped everywhere. They had, depending on […]

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