COVID-19 epidemic is contributing to an unprecedented global situation. The WHO has called all nations to fight it together and has declared a health emergency. Preserving the scarce resources and maintaining the environment is another essential lesson it taught. COVID 19 pandemic has a positive impact on the environment stated by various organizations around the world. The air index has improved a lot during the lockdown, and there is virtually no pollution. For example, the Himalayas are now visible from more than 100 miles away due to reduced air pollution caused by the COVID-19 lockdown in this region. People have realized that craving to control nature and exploit all its resources for profit has wiped out by a microorganism. Finally, humankind realized their responsibility towards the environment. Most of the nations have come closer and their ties improved during the united fight against the pandemic which is good for the trade between the different countries. Eating habits of people would change for their welfare. Planting more trees, reducing the use of plastic and using energy efficient vehicles contribute to preserve nature. The present scenario has taught society its basic moral responsibility and people are becoming more aware of keeping the environment clean and green. smartData Enterprises always adds its contribution to preserving the environment. Our desire for a clean environment represents a powerful sense of purpose and hope for the future. Various initiatives like setting up Vertical gardens, Go green campaigns, Car Pooling, and cleanliness drives taken under our smartCFG ideology to protect the planet.

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