The Whole World Is Going Back to Work, But Nature Says We Shouldn’t

Because rush hour traffic is too much for the environment

Traffic during the rush hour, by day, a look between cars

A new study recently came out, in which it was stated that the emission values ​​have improved significantly due to the pandemic in the cities of Germany.
It says:

“In 2016, according to the Federal Environment Ministry, the NO2 limit values…

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I love learning and writing about the changes in our digital era. My topics are future of work, productivity, writing, education & personal stories.

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