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Pandemic and Ecological Reset: The World Green Again

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The World Green Again. The aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic written by an 'observer' who lived in the Alps, France in 2024. (fiction)

Pandemic and Ecological Reset

Many people died of the coronavirus pandemic and this made us see the world differently – finally.  We became convinced that the coronavirus pandemic had taught us that we could not continue our consumption habits – our lifestyle - as we had done before.

In May 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic reached its 'first' peak. About a billion people were infected worldwide and 40 million died. In October 2020, researchers found out that the coronavirus would come back as a 'normal' seasonal flu and wreak havoc on infected people every year. Another bad trait was that the coronavirus behaved like the Dengue virus. When people became infected for the second time, the chances of recovery were smaller than the first time. The third time people would get it, it would kill most people.

In the winter of 2021, nearly 2 billion people became infected and nearly 100 million died because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Ecological Reset: The Vaccin

Fortunately, researchers had found a vaccine made to respond to the natural mutation (s) of the coronavirus. This meant that it worked as a smart vaccine that adapted to a potential new corona variant that was made almost 90% directly immobile by the vaccine.

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Photo by: Dimitri Houtteman

In 2022, half a billion people had died from the new strains of the coronavirus, but new vaccines began to have a visible effect on the number of fatalities.

Of course, the economy had slowed since the start of the pandemic in 2020. Air travel had almost come to a complete standstill. The export of goods was limited and social life in any form came to a 'temporary' halt (weeks to six months).

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The World Green Again

All this had a remarkably positive effect on the environment. CO2 in the atmosphere went down so rapidly that it dropped from 414 ppm in 2020 to 380 ppm in 2023. Nature started to recover. People started using their ornamental gardens to grow vegetables, herbs and fruits. all over the world people started to grow their own food. Chickens and other livestock were kept on a small scale and - as in the 1960s - were fed food remnants.

Due to power shortages, people used their computers and mobile phones less. Community life began to flourish again. Books were read again and children started playing outside more often. There was much less traffic. Gasoline was limited and sales of 'old-fashioned' bicycles had never been higher.

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Photo by: NeONBRAND

Countries restarted the production of certain goods that they had stopped sometime in the 1980s of the last century because it was cheaper to outsource it to low income countries. But now it was ‘again’ to be more important to be independent from other countries. It was also about the health of the environment, of people, of animals, of ...

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Ecological Reset: Savior Of Humanity

The coronavirus pandemic turned out to be the savior of humanity and taught us to look at nature differently. All governments worldwide no longer had economic growth as their main focus, but well-being for everyone on our planet.

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still felt worldwide and will be felt for the next 10 years but it was necessary to save humanity from its own demise.

Coverphoto by: Chromatograph

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Pandemic and Ecological Reset: The World Green Again

The World Green Again. The aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic written by an 'observer' who lived in the Alps, France in 2024. (fiction) Pandemic and Ecological Reset Many people died of the coronavirus pandemic and this made us see the world differently – finally.  We became convinced that the coronavirus pandemic had taught us that we could not continue our consumption habits – our lifestyle - as we had done before. In May 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic reached its 'first' peak. About a billion people were infected worldwide and 40 million died. In October 2020, researchers found out that the coronavirus would come back as a 'normal' seasonal flu and wreak havoc on infected people every year. Another bad trait was that the coronavirus behaved like the Dengue virus. When people became infected for the second time, the chances of recovery were smaller than the first time. The third time people would get it, it would kill most people. In the winter of 2021, nearly 2 billion people became infected and nearly 100 million died because of the coronavirus pandemic. {youtube}                                                                   What Was the 1918 Influenza Pandemic? Ecological Reset: The Vaccin Fortunately, researchers had found a vaccine made to respond to the natural mutation (s) of the coronavirus. This meant that it worked as a smart vaccine that adapted to a potential new corona variant that was made almost 90% directly immobile by the vaccine. Photo by: Dimitri Houtteman In 2022, half a billion people had died from the new strains of the coronavirus, but new vaccines began to have a visible effect on the number of fatalities. Of course, the economy had slowed since the start of the pandemic in 2020. Air travel had almost come to a complete standstill. The export of goods was limited and social life in any form came to a 'temporary' halt (weeks to six months). Recommended:  Green Trains Or Flying High? Travel The Globe Sustainable The World Green Again All this had a remarkably positive effect on the environment. CO2 in the atmosphere went down so rapidly that it dropped from 414 ppm in 2020 to 380 ppm in 2023. Nature started to recover. People started using their ornamental gardens to grow vegetables, herbs and fruits. all over the world people started to grow their own food. Chickens and other livestock were kept on a small scale and - as in the 1960s - were fed food remnants. Due to power shortages, people used their computers and mobile phones less. Community life began to flourish again. Books were read again and children started playing outside more often. There was much less traffic. Gasoline was limited and sales of 'old-fashioned' bicycles had never been higher. Photo by: NeONBRAND Countries restarted the production of certain goods that they had stopped sometime in the 1980s of the last century because it was cheaper to outsource it to low income countries. But now it was ‘again’ to be more important to be independent from other countries. It was also about the health of the environment, of people, of animals, of ... Recommended:  Society Collapse: Climate Change, The Environment Or Us? Ecological Reset: Savior Of Humanity The coronavirus pandemic turned out to be the savior of humanity and taught us to look at nature differently. All governments worldwide no longer had economic growth as their main focus, but well-being for everyone on our planet. The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still felt worldwide and will be felt for the next 10 years but it was necessary to save humanity from its own demise. Coverphoto by: Chromatograph Before you go! Recommended:  Coronavirus: What A Blessing For The Planet. Provocative? Did you find this an interesting article or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your own article about the coronavirus? Click on  'Re g ister'  or push the button 'Write An Article' on the  'HomePage'
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