As more people are staying home due to the Coronavirus, the dramatic drop in coal pollution, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, smog, tiny particles, etc., are staggering. For example, U.S. carbon dioxide emissions are down 15% since 2005. It is expected to fall by another 11% this year, the largest drop in at least 70 years! Compared to the last five years, global air pollution in March was down by 46% in Paris, 35% in India, and 29% in Los Angeles! This means the air in our earth is getting cleaner quicker. Cleaner air means stronger lungs for asthmatics of all ages. And as an asthmatic, I couldn't be more grateful!
I am grateful for a reduction in pollution.
I am grateful for cleaner air.
I am grateful for brighter skies.
Find Something to Be Grateful For
Even though it can be hard to see the good when unfortunate events happen, such as this COVID-19, there is always something good happening as well. Find that good. Please share it below in the form of a sentence or two or a poem, if you'd like. I'd be most grateful!
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