A haze of hazardous smoke covers Mexico City, Mexico on May 15, 2019. A series of wildfires on the city and its outskirts have combined with stagnant weather conditions to cloak the metropolitan area of more than 22 million people in a gray cloud of air pollution. The Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis issued an Extraordinary Environmental Contingency for the Mexico City metropolitan area after measuring extremely high levels of PM2.5 — fine particulate matter, on Tuesday. Mexico City's government has advised people to stay indoors, cancelled schools and restricted traffic due to air

A haze of hazardous smoke covers Mexico City, Mexico on May 15, 2019. A series of wildfires on the city and its outskirts have combined with stagnant weather conditions to cloak the metropolitan area of more than 22 million people in a gray cloud of air pollution. The Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis issued an Extraordinary Environmental Contingency for the Mexico City metropolitan area after measuring extremely high levels of PM2.5 — fine particulate matter, on Tuesday. Mexico City's government has advised people to stay indoors, cancelled schools and restricted traffic due to air  Stock Photo
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Benedicte Desrus / Alamy Stock Photo

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T91023

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63.3 MB (1.8 MB Compressed download)

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5760 x 3840 px | 48.8 x 32.5 cm | 19.2 x 12.8 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

15 May 2019

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Mexico City, Mexico, Latin America, North America

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A haze of hazardous smoke covers Mexico City, Mexico on May 15, 2019. A series of wildfires on the city and its outskirts have combined with stagnant weather conditions to cloak the metropolitan area of more than 22 million people in a gray cloud of air pollution. The Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis issued an Extraordinary Environmental Contingency for the Mexico City metropolitan area after measuring extremely high levels of PM2.5 — fine particulate matter, on Tuesday. Mexico City's government has advised people to stay indoors, cancelled schools and restricted traffic due to air pollution. (Photo by Bénédicte Desrus)

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