On the 50th anniversary of World Earth Day, we would like to share with you seven unforgettable images that i hope will give you the power to do a little thing for the planet starting today.
Human economic activity has been on hold since the outbreak of the new coronavirus(commonly known as Wuhan pneumonia), and NASA has released a series of photographs that have seen a drop in air pollution levels in various countries, particularly in industrial areas such as China, India and northern Italy.
And just as people are fighting the virus, on April 22nd, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of World Earth Day. Because of the outbreak, make this year's Earth Day meaningful, when you see NASA released the contrasting photos, is a warning, but also from the Earth's goodwill reminder, remind us that the world has other creatures exist, go forward also don't forget to stop to look behind, is not over the head, is not because of our desire for other species of the right to survival to bring indelible harm?
On the 50th anniversary of World Earth Day, we would like to share with you seven unforgettable images of the moment when different creatures can breathe in the days when humans are in a weaned. If you can, we'd like to see these images together as a possibility for the future.
1. Kruger National Park, South Africa:
Usually tourists will drive across the road, because the park is temporarily closed, the lion ran out to lie on the road to bask in the sun
2. Venice, Italy:
The European Space Agency released satellite photos on April 13th, comparing the Venice Canal a year ago, which has become clear this year as fewer tourists move on the water
Photo by the European Space Agency
The garden of the Eight View Island Aquarium takes the penguins around the park during the break
4. Jalandar, India:
On the 21st day of the city, the Himalayas, 200km away, he said it was the first time in 30 years
April 3, 2020
What nature really ly is and how how we screwed it up.
This is dhauladhar mountain range of Himachal, visible after 30 yrs, from Jalandhar (Punjab) after pollution drops to its lowest level. This is approx. 200 km away straight. #Lockdown21 #MotherNature #Global #Global healing. pic.twitter.com/cvZqbWd6MR
5. Fury, Thailand:
Furi, known as the "Monkey City", recently appeared as a result of less feeding of tourists, monkeys robbing food together, and locals and the government are doing their best to provide food and care for the monkeys
6. Venice, Los Angeles, California, USA:
Jane Wurwand, founder of Dermalogica, an American personal care company, shared her view of the canal: "Is our planet recovering without traffic, airplanes, humans and pollution?" The canals in Venice, California, show white storks and clear rivers. 」
7. United Kingdom:
After the closure, a netizen on Twitter found a herd of goats, and he observed that goats were afraid and disliked humans, and that their moving area would not have reached their area, but because there was no one on the road, the goats dared to go further and further.
Viruses will one day be defeated, but does that mean the Earth's break is over? We all marvel at the actions of these lovely animals and the beauty of the places, but after moving, the most important thing is whether we can realize that the responsibility to preserve the earth is on humanity, and now is the best time to act.
Hopefully, these images will give you the motivation to do a little thing for the earth from today, such as reducing garbage, reducing the possibility of creating air pollution, caring for water resources, reusing environmentally friendly tableware, reducing the use of plastic bags.