What has Covid-19 done to climate change and what has climate change done to the coronavirus?

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Hello everyone my name is decisive_redcurrant and this is my post on what COVID-19 has done to climate change and what climate change has done to the coronavirus

As a lot of you may know the coronavirus is a disease that has been going around the world also known as COVID-19 but the impact of COVID-19 has done in the climate change has done a lot and the impact that climate change is done to COVID-19 also in this post I’ll be explaining what they have both done to each other and the differences that they both have in common

Covid-19 to climate change

Was thinking about this post COVID-19 my opinion has done a lot of damage to climate change why well in the Houses of Parliament they declared that in October we all as a country had to stop using petrol manage cars and try and use electric cars here in the UK well because a lot of people are having reported cases of having the virus a lot of ambulances and cars I’ve been driving to hospitals and there is ambulances and cars Are powered by petrol which is polluting the air because that petrol that are steaming out of the car is polluting the air which is a part of climate change

Also The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc in countries across the globe, causing a global health crisis and forcing economies to slow down due to the strict quarantine measures. However, the outbreak has also impacted the environment in an intriguing way. As the pandemic spreads in different parts of the world, its consequences run farther than closed borders, scarce hand sanitizer, and social distancing protocols. According to BBC News they also said that COVID-19 has had a little Impact with climate change I think that we should concentrate on the coronavirus first before we are going to climate change so that we can get the problems with COVID-19 to climate change is fixed and then we can maybe go onto the page that climate change needs to be stopped and we should stop polluting our Earth and make it green again but what are your details on the coronavirus impact on climate change what do you think?

Climate change to Covid-19

According to google There is no evidence of a direct connection between climate change and the emergence or transmission of COVID-19 disease. As the disease is now well established in the human population, efforts should focus on reducing transmission and treating patients.

After researching and research in fact I really couldn’t find anything that proved that climate change has been affecting COVID-19 but what do you think about that do you think there is a reason why climate change is affecting COVID-19 or do you think that there is a reason COVID-19 is affecting climate change climate change isn’t affecting COVID-19

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Comments (7)

  • global-conversation.png cultured_tamarillo | Rel Khadhra Preparatory School | Tunisia
    21 Apr 2021

    Hi, I'm going to talk about a very important thing, so COVID-19 has rapidly affected our day to day life, businesses, disrupted the world trade and movements. Many Flights have been canceled worldwide and transportation has been closed nationwide and across international borders. As a consequence, the economic activity has been stopped and stock markets have been dropped because of this virus.And it  has led to an improvement in air quality and a reduction in water pollution in many cities around the globe. Many countries are locking their population and enforcing strict quarantine to control the spread of the havoc of this highly communicable disease. the emphasis is on taking extensive precautions such as extensive hygiene protocol for example regularly washing of hands, avoidance of face to face interaction etc.... social distancing, and wearing of masks, and so on. This virus is spreading exponentially region wise:)

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    1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
      cultured_tamarillo's comment 21 Apr 2021

      Hi! I've edited out reference to your name. We just use Hub Handles on this site, so you'll be known as cultured_tamarillo!

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  • global-conversation.png trustworthy_independence | Ras Beirut Secondary Public School | Lebanon
    21 Apr 2021

    The current role the pandemic is playing on the Earth’s climate is not an easy question to answer. Unanimously, science tells us that higher emissions from vehicles and industries lead to more greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which in turn affects the global climate long-term. Thus, if we have not been driving and flying as much, then pollution should be considerably down, right? The truth is, there are many parts to this complex issue yet to be explored.

    The chief impacts of COVID-19 on the environment have been the changes in air and water quality. According to one study from July of this year, the city of Barcelona, Spain, saw a decrease of 50 percent of its regular air pollution during the lockdown. At the same time, China’s carbon emissions dropped by 25 percent. Water quality has improved significantly in places such as Venice, Italy, while other places saw a return of wildlife—although National Geographic notes that the dolphins seen in Venice’s canals were not a sign of nature “bouncing back,” but a fairly normal occurrence.
    We don't have direct evidence that climate change is influencing the spread of COVID-19, but we do know that climate change alters how we relate to other species on Earth and that matters to our health and our risk for infections. ... Many of the root causes of climate change also increase the risk of pandemics.

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  • global-conversation.png joyful_desert | Rel Khadhra Preparatory School | Tunisia
    21 Apr 2021

    At the start of the apperance of covide 19 and when everyone has made the decision on general containment ,the pollution is almost zero and the gap in the area has reduced its expansion .So WE are happy because is the first time that everything the World look the same time which made our planet pollution_free but with Time we appreciated the decrease in the temperature on the earth since one of the pandemic effects is the healing of the ozone layer.As a result , the weather gets colder and colder which increased the rapid propagation of virus that has found the favorable medium To multiply itself.

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  • global-conversation.png joyful_desert | Rel Khadhra Preparatory School | Tunisia
    21 Apr 2021

    Hi ! I'm joyful_desert
    At the start of the apperance of covide 19 and when everyone has made the decision on general containment ,the pollution is almost zero and the gap in the area has reduced its expansion .So WE are happy because is the first time that everything the World look the same time which made our planet pollution_free but with Time we appreciated the decrease in the temperature on the earth since one of the pandemic effects is the healing of the ozone layer.As a result , the weather gets colder and colder which increased the rapid propagation of virus that has found the favorable medium To multiply itself.

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  • global-conversation.png humorous_llama | Rel Khadhra Preparatory School | Tunisia
    25 Apr 2021

    Hi, as we know, every crisis , no matter how tragic,has a positive side like COVID-19🦠 . Quarantine around the world has changed daily life, our social habits and behaviors, but it has contributed to create new pros that would not have occurred in our lives without the emergence of this virus. then,it is indisputable that the survival of people in their homes is in the interest of the planet, which made it possible for us to monitor the positive changes which is occurring on our planet due to the absence of its inhabitants for the first time ever . So despite the grim current situation due to the spread of the Corona virus, the high number of its victims and the exceptional restrictions imposed by the quarantine on our social lives,but we see that this humanitarian crisis was credited with improving the condition of the environment throughout the world such as the decline in industrial activity that helps decreasing the environmental pollution, and thus saving the lives of animals that are threatened with death annually due to air pollution. However, the emerging coronavirus helped recover the Ozone Layer as well as reducing global warming .As for the impact of climate on Corona, Studies has shown that an increase of just one microgram of fine dust per cubic meter of air rises the number of deaths by 15 percent. So we have to be aware of the gravity of the situation and submit to safety laws to remain as safe as possible.

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    1. katie.jpg Katie @ the BNC
      humorous_llama's comment 26 Apr 2021

      Thanks for adding to the conversation, humorous_llama. Don't forget to add your source to show where you got your information so that we can all learn!

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