With the recent pandemic looming over our heads, it might be hard to come across any good news lately. Thankfully there are at least a few positive outcomes from COVID-19 that we can shed a light on, specifically pertaining to the environment here in Texas.
The latest studies and data from researchers has revealed that changes such as improved air quality, shoreline cleanup and less electricity usage are just some of the notable differences our climate has undergone over the past few weeks.
With local businesses and other commercial buildings and roads being used less frequently, the energy use around the state has decreased dramatically. This critical moment in the midst of chaos offers us a chance to undo some of the pollution our environment has been taking on for decades.