A return to normal in China means air pollution is back in force

BLOOMBERG | The welcome return of China’s economy is bringing with it some unwelcome company, as air pollution levels have returned to pre-lockdown levels across the country.

Major pollutants have exceeded concentration levels from a year ago for the first time since the start of Covid-19 lockdowns in January, according to a new report from Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air. The rebound from declines of as much as 40% come as factories restart and traffic returns to city roads.


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