Although there have not been many positive outcomes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic the closure of industrial operations and the massive reduction in air and road transport has reduced air pollution with measurements from the European Space Agency Sentinel 5P satellite showing that air pollution world wide fell by around 40% during January and February this year.  Professor Paul Monks from the University of Leicester saidIf there is something positive to take from this terrible crisis, it could be that it’s offered a taste of the air we might breathe in a low-carbon future’.