Carbon Mapper, a new nonprofit organisation, and its collaborators – the State of California, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA JPL), Planet, the University of Arizona, Arizona State University (ASU), High Tide Foundation, and RMI – have announced a ground-breaking initiative to increase awareness of global methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and accelerate reductions.
The environment crisis is speeding up at an exceptional rate, and we are not prepared for it. While the crisis has numerous variables that assume a part in its worsening, there are some that require more consideration than others. Here are some of the ecological imapct during COVID 19 on the environment
The removal of standing forests: Deforestation(The United States Environmental Protection Agency), happens for a number of reasons and has massive hazardous consequences that affect the Earth
A superior arrangement is to reuse bioplastics as opposed to composting them, Huang said” If we recycle it seriously and stop single use plastics, that could be a good solution. Single-use is where all the problems begin.”
In recent years of advancement, we have heard about various technologies being established all around the world for a profound issue which is water pollution. Autonomous technologies for the same are being developed in context to oil spills and plastic trash on the water surface.