Barcelona and cruise ship air pollution

Barcelona port is worst in Europe for cruise ship air pollution
City tops list of 50 European ports for both sulphur oxide and nitrogen oxide emissions
Stephen Burgen
The port of Barcelona, a city already overwhelmed by mass tourism, has topped a list of 50 European ports for the amount of air pollution produced there by cruise ships, according to a report.
In 2017 cruise ships emitted 32.8 tonnes of sulphur oxide (SOx) in Barcelona, according to the research. Palma de Mallorca was the second most polluted, with 28 tonnes, followed by Venice with 27.5. Southampton, with 19.7 tonnes, was fifth on the list.
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Source: theguardian.com

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