With a pandemic hitting country after country, global goals have been catapulted to the main stage of most international organizations. So now, more than ever, the bird’s eye view has become increasingly important. It gives us a glimpse of what matters most when the worst disaster strikes.
Amidst this backdrop, sharing resources, experiences, as well as treatment methodologies have never been more crucial. The whole world awaits a vaccine that might take at least a year to come by. In the meantime, countries must share precious lessons from day to day experiences to arrive at a solution that may or may never come.
The good news? Well, less pollution is produced when there are less people going about their daily routine as a result of social distancing. Families are also being reunited to their loved ones because governments are enjoining their citizens to stay at home as much as possible.