During this shutdown we've seen the LA skyline emerge from a haze as if on cue from a cinematographer, the Himalayas visible from India for the first time in memory, and images from space revealing a planet unburdened by pollution not seen in generations. It's as though humans took a moment to rest so the planet could breath. But at what cost, and what of this temporary pause will become permanent?
This week we speak with the American Lung Association's Director for Clean Air Activism for California, Will Barrett, to understand how the impact of this dramatic reduction in pollution is affecting our respiratory health today, and what it could mean for our perception of the impact we have on our air quality will have when we return to an unrestricted lifestyle.
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