The EPA announced in a memo on March 26th that it will no longer enforce regulations during the COVID-19 outbreak. While this move is to keep both officials and employees from work, it has a very harmful side effect.
Businesses will get a free pass on pollution and emission until this is over.
The Trump administration is continuing to roll back guidelines set by the EPA and it is now targeting fuel efficiency standards. The previous standards required car manufacturers to increase fuel economy and emission standards by 5% annually.
The new standards will only require a 1.5% improvement each year.
According to a new report, marine life could recover their populations by 2050, if drastic action is taken. The report found that even with all of the damage humanity has caused life in the ocean, it is resilient and can make a comeback.
COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill, and there have been many reports sighting the environmental benefits this has brought in the fight against climate change. And they are true, the world’s biggest emitters, China and the United States have cut emissions sharply.
However, it is important to remember that once this pandemic has passed, our emissions will come back. And they are likely to do so stronger than before.
The Denman Glacier in East Antarctica has almost lost 3 miles worth of ice in the last 22 years. However, conditions are starting to worsen for this part of Antarctica, and that can prove disastrous for coastal regions around the world.
Skeptics of electric vehicles have made the claim that the electricity used in the production and charging of these vehicles is just as impactful as fossil fuel cars. This myth has been completely debunked in a new report from the Universities of Exeter, Nijmegen, and Cambridge.
The United States has closed all non-essential businesses, urged residents to stay home, closed schools, and so much more. As a result of these drastic actions to contain the coronavirus, COVID-19, pollution is dropping across the country.
Companies are looking for new and innovative ways to cut carbon emissions. LinkedIn has decided to use environmentally-friendly concrete to expand-build a new parking lot for it’s California headquarters.
While the world has been trying to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading, businesses have been shut down, the streets are empty, and flights are canceled. All of these actions have had an unintended benefit, pollution is dropping significantly.
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