Government policies during the COVID-19 pandemic have drastically altered patterns of energy demand around the world. Many international borders were closed, and populations were confined to their homes, which reduced transport and changed consumption patterns. The planet had already warmed by around 1.2 degree Celsius since pre-industrial times when the World Health Organization officially declared a pandemic on 11 March 2020. This began a sudden and unprecedented drop-in human activity, as much of the world went into lockdown and factories stopped operating, cars kept their engines off and planes were grounded. But as we slowly re-opening everything again, the emissions are returning to how they were before it- maybe even worse, let us hear what the experts have to say about the topic.
This was an interview with Lucy Hutyra, we understood some very vital points about the environment and the CO2 emissions. In conclusion we can say that we learned a lot during the lockdowns, the air is becoming clearer, the environment is greener and we as human beings are responsible for that matter. We have to reduce the energy consumption and support different points of view for persevering the environment, like travelling with the public transport, less pollution in the oceans, less plastic usage, etc. My opinion is that we understood, these 5.5% less pollution are due to our activities, restrictions, so why not maintain this lifestyle and make the world a better and clearer place to live, because, you know, this is our home.
MVS Pharma GmbH is an innovative pharmaceutical start-up company, which researches in the area of reducing viruses and bacteria with plant based aerosols. Their special formula ensures the purity and the stability of the used ingredients during storage.
Aleksandar Videv is an article writer, who explores the scientific and fictional ideas about future with/or after Covid-19…. and the possibilities for producing aerosols made out of plants against respiratory viruses and bacteria.
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