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This is the most successful pollution treaty you've never heard of

Since 1990, particulate matter and sulfur doped by 30-70% in Europe and 30-40% in North America. Image: Unsplash/Carolina Pimenta

Jessica Seddon

Global Lead, Air Quality, WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities

Beatriz Cardenas

Air Quality Manager, WRI Mexico

Elizabeth Moses

Associate, Environmental Democracy Practice


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