Environmental restoration during Covid-19 pandemic
Anita Nigam, Mohita Nigam
The sudden increase in the COVID-19 cases has affected everything including the corporal world. The steps taken to manage the increasing cases of COVID-19 by slowing down the commercial activities have notable effects on the environment. This study indicates the positive impacts on the environment by reviewing the available scientific research. The study shows how the pandemic has eventually helped in environmental restoration by improving the Air Index, healing of the ozone layer, reduced noise as well as air pollution and comparatively low Greenhouse gas emissions. The study outlines possible outcomes to attain long term environmental restoration methods. If followed appropriately then it would be helpful in global environmental sustainability.