As 2020 comes to a close, we reflect on what has largely been a difficult and turbulent year for the world. Amid a global pandemic, the world’s landscape has changed and our way of life forever altered. Over a course of a resilient humanity and a different scope of the way we now see our lives, we have impacted – in both good ways and bad – the environment every step of the way. As we reflect on what came to be over the course of 2020, we acknowledge the difficulties that come with shutting down economies around the globe that resulted in decreases, then increases in pollution. It has surely been an equally turbulent year for the environment, experiencing some of the highest pollution and differences we have ever seen. Looking forward to seeing what 2021 has to bring, here is a list of some of the most notable changes from this year.
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Can Carbon Capture Stop Climate Change?
How Half the World’s Beaches Could Disappear by the End of the Century
Here’s How Plant-Based Meats are Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the Agriculture Industry
Sweden’s Efficient Recycling Process the World Needs to Adapt for a Better Future
European Union Votes for 60% Cut in Emissions by 2030
China Looks to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2060
Protecting Peat Bogs Can Avert Global Warming Effects