Due to the lockdowns that have been enforced worldwide, air
and water pollution levels have drastically improved. Wildlife and marine life
have reclaimed the streets and the oceans. With jellyfish flourishing in empty
Venetian canals and sea turtles laying eggs on Indian beaches, nature has
finally started to relax. However, Thunberg reminds us that this is not the end
of the climate crisis.
“Whether we like it or not the world has changed, it
looks completely different from how it did a few months ago and it will
probably not look the same again and we are going to have to choose a new way
forward,” Thunberg said.
The crisis is far from over. Even though COVID-19 has resulted in significant improvements in the atmosphere and a considerable reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, there still needs to be a viable action plan moving forward.
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