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Lifestyle Changes During the Covid Pandemic May Not Be Enough to Leave a Long-Lasting Impact – Nature World News

During the state of emergency, the carbon footprint of pollution associated with dining out reduced, but emissions from groceries increased, owing to increased…



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Despite the sudden and substantial shifts in consumption habits seen during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Japanese households continued to emit the same amount of greenhouse gases as before. Last summer, the term “anthropause” was coined to describe the decline of human activity caused by the pandemic. Still, plant closures and disrupted global supply chains did not translate into the embrace of eco-friendly lifestyles by the typical household.
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