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An unexpected surprise due to the Corona virus pandemic

The Click on T team invites you to reflect on the positive aspect of lowering CO2 emissions due to the closure of factories in China to cope with the coronavirus pandemic.

An unexpected surprise due to the coronavirus pandemic: a slowdown of carbon dioxide emissions due to reduced energy consumption. We know that there is a strong link between economic activity and global carbon dioxide emissions, due to the use of fossil fuel sources of energy. This coupling suggests we might be in for an unexpected surprise due to the coronavirus pandemic: a slowdown of carbon dioxide emissions due to reduced energy consumption. In just a few short months, millions of people have been put into quarantine and regions locked down to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Events are being cancelled and travel plans dropped. A growing number of universities, schools and workplaces have closed and some workers are choosing to work from home if they can.

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