satellite imagery provided by Nasa attracted a lot of attention because they showed a marked decrease of air pollution in chinese cities between January and February of this year. Many industries are pausing the work when the employee is isolated, in order to reduce the spread of the corona virus.
When the quarantine is broken, it is likely that the mills will have to work hard to be able to deliver the goods as promised.
" But in that regard it is no different to China, so a lot of the other countries, deliveries are bound to the contract. At the same time, can be enough that the employer will be greater. The companies they work for, is responsible not only for the salary, but also, for example, health care. China does not have an open job market and easier for employers to expect long hours, " says Karl Hallding, who is the director of research at the SEI.
the Stockholm Environment Institute researcher Karl Hallding, has been studying China for 30 years.Photo by: < / b> Anthony Atkins is Not a major risk to the climate change backlash of China and the rest of the countries in the world, with reference to the coronautbrottet and their loss of economic bargain at the climate goals are not likely to be, " he says.
" no, No, I do not see any higher risk for any of the climate backlash, precisely by reason of the coronaepidemin. Bargained on the climate goals are to have all of them already done for you.
instead, the coronavirus can lead to new behaviors.
the Corona, for example, can also be of benefits of the distansmöten. It is, of course, a lot more productive if they can be met through a web application, rather than flying to Brussels or south-east Asia for a business meeting. It saves time, is less expensive and leads to a more productive economy in the world. And, not least, that it would lead to a significant reduction in emissions, " says Karl Halling.
this effect may very well continue also after the coronarisken run its course.
" Coronaepidemin may involve the kind of transformative global action that we are cogs in a new and more climate-friendly patterns of behavior, says SEI researcher.
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