Apr 9, 2020
In recent weeks we’ve all been working hard to ‘flatten the curve’ and stop the spread of Covid-19 – but is there another curve we’re inadvertently flattening at the same time?
One of the by-products of the global measures imposed to curtail the virus has been a positive impact on the natural world.
Whether it’s a drastic drop in urban pollution or wildlife benefiting from improved access to food, the planet seems to have been getting a well-deserved break.
We examine some of these social-distancing side effects and ask an important question: could this be a lasting change? Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to be inspired by more topical content about the natural world! #terramatters
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