Title: Life after COVID-19: Understanding the environment for humanity's survival and sustenance

@inproceedings{Ladas2020TitleLA,
  title={Title: Life after COVID-19: Understanding the environment for humanity's survival and sustenance},
  author={Ioannis D. Ladas},
  year={2020}
}
The severe restrictive measures imposed in dealing with Covid-19 have altered, among others, our environmental footprint. First reports are especially encouraging, showing reductions in CO 2 emissions and improved air quality. In the present essay I shall investigate whether there is a “positive side” to a pandemic that leaves thousands of dead and causes world-wide economic crisis. I shall maintain – with great reservation- that the outcome might have been in the affirmative, while noting that… 
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