The consequences of global pandemic COVID-19 have traumatized the whole world. In this scenario, we are entrusted to take all the possible measures to protect the world from another such pandemic occurring.
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t just a shock to the human immune system. It was also a shock to the Earth system, dramatically changing the air quality in cities around the globe.
“I think renewable energy is vital to our planet,” says the man, identified only as an environmental expert called Steve. “At Chevron, we’re investing millions in solar and biofuels technology to make it work.”
Desert energy is back. As the European Union sets its sights on a green hydrogen boom as part of its plans to meet decarbonization pledges and rebuild economies ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic
The health of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the world’s most extensive coral reef ecosystem, is in a critical state and deteriorating as climate change warms the waters around it, an international conservation group said, warning that more than a third of the world’s heritage sites are similarly threatened.
Close to 70% of Close to 70% of voters in the United States consider climate change to be a very (42%) or somewhat (26%) important issue in casting their vote for president in the 2020 election, according to the Pew Research Center.
The world is facing another pandemic of plastics which is not a matter of surprise. Everyone is aware that plastic is detrimental to the health and environment.
Russian officials said that the mass killing of sea creatures off the coast of Kamchatka, in the Far East of Russia, was most likely caused by toxic algae and not man-made causes. But, Greenpeace said it was still too early to tell for sure.
While the current coronavirus pandemic continues to endanger millions of lives around the world, there was an enormous decline in CO2 emissions in the first half of 2020 — higher than during the 2008 financial crisis, the 1979 oil crisis, or even World War II.
More than 100 people are dead and thousands of homes have been submerged in some of Vietnam’s most severe floods in decades, with authorities warning that more bad weather is to come.