2020-07-20

THE VOICE OF OUR PEERS: CHAPTER ELEVEN

Written by Nicolás
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CHAPTER ELEVEN CHAPTER ELEVEN

CHAPTER 11: REFLECTIONS OF NICOLAS

The planet is taking a break!

People suffer from respiratory diseases, chronic asthma and allergies, due to the amount of particles suspended in the air. Garbage, chemical waste in factories, sewage and other waste result in thousands of dead animals from the pollution we cause.
With the appearance of the coronavirus, which has left thousands of deaths and losses to the world economy, people must stay at home, the streets look lonely, factories closed, to prevent the massive spread was established almost worldwide a quarantine, Moreover, this has caused a large reduction of pollution on the planet, the cleanest and clearest waters, animals recovering their habitat, air quality improved these days.
We will get out of this, but won't the lesson of protecting nature remain? The planet is recovering while humanity is on its knees from the pandemic. Let's learn to live and the planet will reward us.

 

 

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