A new analysis of NASA satellite data reports that global pollution levels of sulfur dioxide (SO2) fell by 6 percent in 2019. According to the report by Greenpeace India and Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, in 2019, for the second time on record, researchers recorded a SO2 emissions drop in all three of the world's top SO2 emitting countries: India, Russia and China. The decline is predominantly attributed to declining use of coal.

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