Nature is sending us a message
We have forgotten how to be good guests, how to walk lightly on the earth as its other creatures do.– Barbara Ward
Nature is sending us a message : Interconnectivity is a source for our survival. As 2020 draws to an end Nature invites us to take this time to listen, look, reflect and learn. With the pandemic this year, humans across the world have been forced to slow down – take stock – and hopefully hear the voice of nature calling.
Coronavirus: ‘Nature is sending us a message’, says UN environment chief
Written byEnvironment editor Damian Carrington The Guardian. 25 March 2020
David Attenborough’s warning: are humans responsible for pandemics? | Extinction: The Facts – BBC
Nature prompts hope during pandemic
Written by Alex McMaster The Irish Times. 14 Jan 2020
The positive impacts on the environment since the coronavirus lockdown began
Written by David Child. Evening Standard. 3 April 2020
How NATURE Is THRIVING During COVID-19
Climate crisis: in coronavirus lockdown, nature bounces back – but for how long?
Written by Global Environment Editor @jonathanwatts. The Guardian. 9 April 2020
Photograph: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters
Covid-19 or the pandemic of mistreated biodiversity
This article is published by theconversation.com/uk, 29 April 2020
In collaboration with researchers from the ISYEB (Institute for Systematics, Evolution, Biodiversity of the National Museum of Natural History, Sorbonne Université).
Nature is taking back Venice’: wildlife returns to tourist-free city
Written by John Brunton in Venice. The Guardian. 20 Mar 2020
Photograph: Andrea Pattaro/AFP via Getty Images
Coronavirus: Good for the environment?
What the world looks like when humans stay home
COVID-19 and nature are linked.
So should be the recovery
Written by Marie Quinney Specialist, Nature Action Agenda, World Economic Forum. 14 Apr 2020
Image: REUTERS/Yves Herman – RC2R3G9I74XK
‘The Great Experiment’: Earth Day in the middle of a pandemic
COVID-19 has helped the environment, but it can’t save us from climate change
We need IMMEDIATE action to stop extinction crisis, David Attenborough – BBC
The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.– Robert Swan
Feature image by ivabalk / pixabay
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