It is undeniable that Covid-19 has greatly contributed to the dark side of humanity and nature as a whole. We as humans are connected on so many fronts to nature for our health and continuous survival. Anything that impacts the environment definitely impacts us and the reverse is true.
Due to reduction of human mobility, economies have stunted leading to poor standards of living accompanied with a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. This has greatly improved air quality and introduction of rare species to public cities. Our harmonious survival with them is something that needs to be planned for.
This pandemic has greatly impacted our lives and provided lessons with opportunities to fully explore and understand how we respond to our health status as we think on the best environment actions to take.
We have seen communities, people and stakeholders coming together to fight the spread of Covid-19. When this power is brought in full gear with respect to climate change the impact is incomparable.