Christmas tree detects Glasgow city centre air pollution

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The lights on EDF's Christmas Tree-V turn white when air pollution levels exceed WHO's target limit | Credits:EDF
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The lights on EDF's Christmas Tree-V turn white when air pollution levels exceed WHO's target limit | Credits:EDF

Lights on EDF's Christmas tree will change colour depending on the levels of air pollution in the city

EDF Energy erected a Christmas tree on one of Glasgow's main shopping streets this week that will change colour according to the pollution levels in the city. The lights on the tree change from green...

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