How Coronavirus Affects The & Nbsp; Ecology

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How Coronavirus Affects The & Nbsp; Ecology
How Coronavirus Affects The & Nbsp; Ecology

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Unfortunately, we cannot cancel the coronavirus. But in our power to assess its consequences for the environment. As usual, everything is ambiguous. But we hope for the best. ONE WAY … No more exhaust emissions China is one of the world's largest air pollutants. Due to the outbreak of coronavirus in the PRC, many factories and enterprises have stopped. In addition, quarantine forced everyone to stay at home, so there were noticeably fewer cars on the streets - traffic and, along with it, exhaust fumes decreased. As a result, emissions into the atmosphere have decreased by 25%, which is why the sky has become clearer, it seems like it is easier to breathe. This is visible in NASA satellite imagery, although there is reason to be happy only in the short term - the pandemic is over, everything will work again. In addition, the decline in air emissions is directly related to the economic downturn, according to John Erickson, an environmental economist at the University of Vermont's Gund Institute. What is good for the climate is not so good for the population in the future. But it is hoped that the results obtained will make everyone think about how production and overproduction affects the environment, and reconsider their policies. View this post on Instagram According to NASA and European Space Agency satellites over China, for the first time since 2008 (Beijing Olympics) clear skies. Nitrogen dioxide emissions at minimum levels. The main source of nitrogen dioxide is emissions from internal combustion engines of cars, power plants and factories. The work of the latter in industrial regions in the east of the PRC is either suspended or transferred to a limited regime. Therefore, we can make out China without the veil of industrial emissions that are carried far east into the Pacific Ocean. The coronavirus situation is giving the planet a respite. There will also be no climbing Everest this season. China and Nepal have canceled all climbing permits this year. Everest is also taking a break from climbers storming its slopes this year. Posted by Fedor Konyukhov (@fedorkonyukhov) 15 Mar 2020 at 4:45 am PDT mpaign = loading "style =" background: #FFF; border: 0; border-radius: 3px; box-shadow: 0 0 1px 0 rgba (0,0,0,0.5), 0 1px 10px 0 rgba (0,0,0,0.15); margin: 1px; max-width: 540px; min-width: 326px; padding: 0; width: 99.375%; width: -webkit-calc (100% - 2px); width: calc (100% - 2px); "> View this post on Instagram Posted by jonpaul douglass (@jonpauldouglass) Aug 18, 2017 at 5:46 am PDT Planes don't fly for nature. Despite the fact that the industry generates 2% of all emissions, airlines make us less environmentally responsible due to connecting flights and baggage policies - we wrote about this here. Plus plastic cups and dishes. But now planes do not fly, and we Tourism, by the way, is also not environmentally friendly: for example, only hotels generate 60 tons of carbon dioxide every year, and spend more than 20 thousand liters of water per month. Moreover, 65% of tourists do not know whether they stay in an eco-hotel or not, reports The New York Times: The bottom line is that Venice's canals are clearer so you can see the bottom and the fish swimming, all because cruise ships no longer dock off the coast of the city due to the coronavirus outbreak. climb Everest, which means that the mountain will have a rest from the influx of climbers. And their rubbish. Events are canceled Any cancellation of an event is equal to the monetary losses of the organizers and the bad mood of the visitors. Now everything is either completely canceled or moved: concerts, parties, sports championships, fashion weeks, festivals, exhibitions. Clubs are closing - even such giants as Berlin's Berghain and Moscow's Mutabor. But the ecology can breathe temporarily. For example, attendees to the Coachella Music Festival generate 106 tons of trash every day.In addition, on average, more than 60 thousand liters of fuel are spent at festivals to generate electricity (so that the music plays and the special effects are cool). And that's a lot. View this Instagram post Posted by Jessica Walsh (@jessicavwalsh) Dec 26, 2019 at 1:41 PST View this Instagram post Posted by nm (@nicolemclaughlin) Mar 26, 2019 at 9:03 PDT doctors. They began to do this in the city of Wuhan, where the first outbreak of coronavirus occurred. Now 3 thousand of these suits are sewn a day, each one takes 26 bottles. It will be great if in this way we defeat the virus and get rid of excess plastic. WITH ANOTHER … All disposable The main ecological commandment “reuse, recycle, reduce” does not work very well in a pandemic. On the contrary. Everyone buys medical masks, although their effectiveness in protecting healthy people from the virus has not been proven (especially since they need to be changed every two hours). It is necessary to wear them if you are a doctor, are near the infected, or you yourself have symptoms of the virus. But healthy people wear them for peace of mind - which is wrong. Due to the increased demand, doctors risk being left without masks at all, and this can lead to an increase in the number of cases. Disposable gloves are needed for people who cannot sit out in quarantine at home and are forced to ride the subway, for example. The problem is that the virus can remain on handrails and other surfaces for up to two to three days. Under Plan B, Moscow authorities promise to disinfect buses, trolleybuses and trams at each endpoint of the route, and the metro every four hours. It is still best to avoid public transport, wash your hands and use an antiseptic, but no gloves or masks are included in the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for the public. View this post on Instagram Post from Daria (@yourducky) Feb 22, 2020 at 9:01 am PST Recall that they recommend maintaining a social distance to counter the virus, washing your hands and sanitizing them, not touching your face, sneezing and coughing only on the elbow. In general, due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Wuhan, medical waste has increased six times - earlier, 40 tons of medical masks, gloves and protective suits were exported from the city, now it is 240 tons. Unfortunately, they are not recycled. The demand for all disposables hasn't just touched medical pieces. For example, Starbucks in the United States and Canada has banned visitors from bringing reusable mugs, as they can retain germs for up to several days (this has been proven by scientists from Princeton and UCLA). Quarantine Consequences Oddly enough, staying at home can also be not environmentally friendly. All online communication - calls at work, tons of correspondence, Skype with friends and relatives (by the way, call your grandparents, ask how they feel, and advise you not to go out again) - has a very real offline footprint. Plus hours of watched YouTube videos and Netflix series. As a result, we consume more energy, and what it is fraught with, we talked about here. Just don't panic: globally, perhaps nothing will change. Most likely, in the foreseeable future, you will only see how your electricity costs have grown in the utility bill. View this post on Instagram Post from Dope Rad Cool (@doperadcool) 13 Sep 2019 at 12:05 PDT View this post on Instagram Post by jonpaul douglass (@jonpauldouglass) 21 Sep 2018 at 6:05 PDT Quarantine affects many of our habits. Including what and how we eat. If you bought food without unnecessary packaging before self-isolation and cook at home - good. But something tells you that you will soon get tired of buckwheat and pasta, stocks will run out, and longing for pizza will come. As well as for online ordering of products, especially since everyone now delivers them: Yandex, Sberbank, VkusVill, Perekrestok, Pyaterochka, Azbuka Vkusa. If the courier is coming to you from the nearest store, then it is not scary for the environment. But the further the distance, the higher the carbon footprint of the delivery.In addition, such orders are always accompanied by packages, boxes, more packages and even bubble wrap. Remember that even if you were able to leave for remote work, then couriers (and not only) cannot do so. Therefore, do not chase them once again and please with a tip. Remember also that even if you were able to go to remote work, then couriers (and not only) cannot do so. Do not chase them again and please with a tip.

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