The Corona Carbon Crash

What is the Carbon Crash?

During the pandemic, global emissions fell from 2019 rates. Carbon corona is the emission level during the pandemic. The drop in emissions caused the stock market to crash. The crisis of the corona carbon crisis situation is low carbon in the air can negatively affect the climate. Just 50 percent less carbon in the air will lower the temperature on the planet by 6 degrees. When carbon emissions are increased, the temperature on the planet increases, experts say. On the positive side, we are on a short path to zero emissions. Last year, people were using less gas, oil, and petroleum. The crisis is when we no longer have control over our climate. The lowering of carbon emissions means fewer planes and boats travel to different countries with food and other goods. The prices and the supplies are effected by lower carbon emissions. The price of seafood in places like China and in the United States, Maine has experienced a price plummet for their freshly caught seafood .

Zero Emissions

Zero Emissions means engine from planes, boats, cars, etc, not emitting waste products that contribute to air pollution. Pollution contributes to lung ailments and more. Zero emissions can be converted into sable electricity. Emissions and air pollution would make the climate hotter for several decades before the temperature cools down. The pandemic made people more aware of the need to cut carbon emissions. Because of the pandemic, people were not driving or taking public transportation as much. With fewer people leaving home except for medical and shopping needs. More people were working from home instead of traveling to work. Finally, shopping online increased during the pandemic. With less people traveling by vehicles, less emissions went into the atmosphere, and the carbon emissions in the air went down in 2020. Satellites with photos confirmed that air pollution was clearing up on the planet. On the negative side, the demand in wood, coal, oil, and has gone down making it hard for the industries who products and sell. It makes making a living tough for the wood, oil, coal, and oil industries.

As Pandemic Rises, the Carbon Levels Fall

In the past year during the spread of COVID-19, scientists noted the drop of carbon monoxide from cars dropped 50 percent, Emissions from vehicles dropped 35 percent. CO2 emissions into the air have dropped at a sharp rate. The warning signs that after the pandemic, the carbon emissions levels could begin to rise again. Researchers are surprised many different kinds of gasses could be reduced during a pandemic. Emissions from reached their peak by May 2020. CO2 levels are the worst they have been in 20 years. In China, energy use has dropped by 25 percent causing emissions to drop by 1 percent a year ago. Nitrogen dioxide emissions in China and northern Italy have gone down at a significant rate. Aviation stalling has put aeronautics workers out of work and contributing to the decrease in emissions. On the homefront, many people were working from home and using more electricity. The pandemic had more effect on CO2 than any war, recession, depressions, etc, to name such an impact on emissions. The carbon output we are living through, is now an unrivaled in the amount of drop off of the normal and average percentage of output. Despite the major drop in CO2, the global climate won’t stabilize until the net-zero level is reached. Experts say a plan of action is needed to tackle the climate change problem. The Chief of the United Nations believes people needs to be prepared for emergencies. Blue skies are not always the sign of good times. The blue skies caused Greenland to go into the red. Cloud-free days have been increased in Greenland, lowering the amount of rainfall and snowfall. The pandemic has effected the change in the climate in more than 30 countries.

How the Corona Virus Effected Climate Change

Emissions and Climate change are not a new thing. Scientists have been researching new ways to work with climate change. Last year, the environment ministers from 30 different countries attended the Petersburg Climate Dialogue. Germany and the United Kingdom hosted the dialogue meeting. The ministers focused their discussion on green economic recovery strategies. The climate dialogue means the world is planning to combine forces and ingenuity to resolve the emissions problem. United Nations Secretary General Anthony Guterres warned that the climate change won’t be solved by the pandemic virus going away; more severe plans need to be put into effect. The charity known as CARE is appalled that wealthy countries that subsidized developing nations cut back the funding in 2018. The European Union will be issuing a green stimulus to citizen who really need the finances. A representative from CARE believes all governments need to make good on their stimulus checks or it will drive down the economic situation of the entire planet.

Emissions and Climate Change History

The saying goes if people don’t remember history, they are doomed to repeat it. History has taught people many things about how carbon levels effect the climate. In the later part of 2000s when the global financial crash was over, the carbon emissions increased by 5 percent. Vehicles and air pollution seemed to go together ever since invention of the horseless carriage in the early 1900s. A California researcher linked air pollution with the automobile in the early part of the 1950’s. What many people don’t realize is the relationship between air pollution and the effect on the climate. Carbon dioxide has warmed the planet for the recent 800,000 years existence. Many people believe in global warming on high CO2 emissions that have caused very cold areas to get much warmer. Animals in very cold climates are seeing their environment become too warm for them. Sea levels are increasing, floods, fires, and drought are more common than in history because of the increase in CO2 emissions.

Corona Virus and the Effect it Has on Work in the Marketplace

People Losing Jobs in England During the Pandemic

Statistics show that 66 percent of people to lose their jobs in England were under 25. In total, more than 810,000 people found themselves during the pandemic by April 2020. Statics showed that 33 percent of those unemployed workers suffer from stress and were unable to deal with it. By January 2021, the unemployment rate in London hit 6.9 percent. Unemployment for the whole country is about 4.8 percent. Just like the United States put a stimulus check program into effect, England had an income support honor program put into place in the fall of 2020. In England, the wages of workers were subsidized to help workers whose ages had been cut back because of the pandemic. The European Commonplace helped support people with low income. The Trades Commission wanted to supplement the salary of the workers and re-employ those workers who have been displaced by the pandemic. The unemployed can visit the British employment site for job information.

Young Adult Unemployment in Britain

There were seven ways that young people’s employment was effected by the employment. It was tougher for young employees who have just entered the workforce after college of have entry level positions because they were the first to be let go of their jobs. Furloughed workers under the age of 25, made up 33 percent of workers applying for worker’s compensation. Young workers working in the northern part of England was effected the most of all the young employees in England. Blackpool, and Liverpool are located in northern England and has not been among the wealthiest areas in England. The online job vacancies available to the young workers fell by about 60 percent. It is harder for people 25 and younger to find jobs than ever before. Jobs for college graduates advertised 84 percent less than before. There are 70 percent less jobs in the construction and administration fields. There are no apprenticeships being offered. Young people can expect to be paid less money for three years than the jobs were worth before the pandemic.

Home Workers Employment

The pandemic has changed the business landscape. Many workers are working from home instead of traveling to an office outside from home. Some businesses allowed their employees to work from home, utilizing email to send their documents. Business meeting take place using computer cameras and apps like FaceTime, Skype, and Zoom. Jobs that have always been online have increased their workforce since the pandemic. Many home jobs do not come with the benefits traditional jobs do. Many teachers from first grade through graduate school levels are being taught through social media apps provided by the traditional school they attended before the pandemic. The Labour Organization is working on making homeworkers safer and get health risks reduced. Homeowners are paid 13 percent less than traditional workers get. This lower pay It doesn’t matter if a highly skilled homeworking position. Highly skilled homeworkers made less in their job than their traditional worker in their job positions.

How the European Union is Effected by the Brexit

What is the Brexit and What Caused it?

Brexit means the United Kingdom is departing politically and economically from Europe. Britain was tired of the weak conservative administrations The older pro-Brexit voters were working-class residents who made their home on the English countryside. The older citizens feared free movement of refugees and immigrants. The older citizens believed that the poorer citizens from surrounding countries and taking jobs and benefits away from the British. Britain was a part of the European Union and European Atomic Energy ever since January 1, 1973. On January 31, 2020, Britain became the first country to leave. The British hope that they can recover financially by severing ties with Europe and going out on their own. On the positive side, Brexit will prevent overcrowding in Britain. British worker in other countries will be able bring back their talent to the United Kingdom. Brexit means Britain Exit. The vote took place in 2016 where 98 percent of the British citizens voted for Brexit and 2 percent did not.

The Effect Brexit Had on The European Economy

In 2016, Britain’s decision to exit the European continent had a negative effect on the European economy and social aspects. Britain will no longer be a part of the freedom policies, European politics, goods, services, and more. The British departure from Europe can weaken the forces in the integration. The exports from the United States will cause the goods to be be more expensive than before. As a result of expensive American goods, will bring down the export sales and thus loses the profit from the U.S. Globally, food traders say that if Brexit continues, it could cause a shortage of supplies. The travel insurance EHIC card will only be good until the expiration date arrives. Britain voted to leave the United Kingdom back in 2016 -they thought being part of Europe was a failed experiment. Many researchers find that it is hard to prove or disprove this theory. A large majority of Britain went along with the vote.

Brexit’s Effect on Travel

The price of travels between Britain, Europe, and North America could sit rocket. It can cause fewer people to plan to travel to Britain. People traveling from the United States traveling from Britain to other European countries will experience delays, flight cancelations, and very expensive plane fares. The European passports will be valid for the for time being, but European travelers should not expect any perks. Brexit passports are still good as long they are less than 10 years old. Visa-free travel ceases to exist between the United Kingdom and the other European countries as of the 2020’s. People can still use the Interrail service with no problem because Brexit will not interfere. People who are not European citizens will not be able to use Interrail. So, people from continents other than Europe will have use other forms of train travel. American companies looking to do business with Britain will experience a lot of problems that could effect the British business relations with the United States.

How do people Work and Live with Brexit?

If a person living outside the UK was working in the UK before January 2021, he may remain employee there. People who live and work in the UK but are not citizens, are required to fill out a EU Settlement Scheme form before June 30,2021. January 1, 2021 marked the end of the free-trade between people and goods that takes place between the United Kingdom and the European Union. In February 2021, Duty-free shopping returned. Brits can bring back alcohol and tobacco products from other European markets. Alcohol and tobacco product prices will increase. If a person lives in the UK and own a mobile phone, the roaming charge guarantee will be ending. People who moved to Britain after January 1, 2021 can visit the EU Settlement website to learn the new rules and fill out the application form. Those family members who are not of British or Irish nationality are urged to visit EU Settlement website , too.

UK’s Road to Leaving the EU

It is one of the more storied relationships in the way of countries. The UK and EU is a relationship that has seen a number of ups and downs. All of that came to a halt in 2016, when a good portion of the UK voted to leave the EU. It was a move that both shocked and yet did not shock. Depending on where you stood in relation to the issue, you were either amazed or saw it coming. The question has to be asked, why do people in the UK have such a strained relationship for those in the EU? Most of the people that go to Europe love all that; there is to offer in the area. Between the food and the sights, many in the UK have gone on to move to European countries. To fully understand the elements at play that got us to this point, you need to understand the history between the UK and the EU.

The UK’s Efforts Begin

In 1961, Britain applied twice to join the EU. This was both times shot down by French President Charles De Gaulle who said the country had motives for wanting to join the EU or EEC as it was known back then. The feeling was that they were more interested in interests over in the United States than they were over in Europe. Finally, in 1973 with all of the pieces in place, it was time for them to finally become a member. A vote of 67% should have put an end to the debate, but instead, there was not the economic boom as had been promised, instead it was still a slow trickle that seemed to flow in both directions and things seemed to only be getting worse for the UK. They were looking at inflation that was in double digits and as a result a lot of people wondered if letting the UK in was as good of an idea as they had thought it was. To say that the 1970’s were not a good time for the UK was an understatement and that as a result led to a lot of people wanting to get rid of the UK, but the process to kick out was a lot harder than opening the door to let them in.

The “Iron Lady” Rallies to Gain Support for the EU

The 1980’s were hoped to be a little more settled and it seemed as though things might begin the process of getting that way, until the divide between Britain and Brussels began to get wider and wider. Margret Thatcher was doing her best to seal up the wounds, but the injuries to the relationship seemed to be taking their toll and the relationship seemed to be getting more and more strained. Not only did other countries think that letting the UK in was a bad idea, member countries of the UK began to question if they were backing the right movement. Chaos seemed to be reigning and there was no apparent end to all of the confusion. It could be said that Margret Thatcher gave her political career in order to save the UK from leaving the EU. Her downfall was tied very heavy to the efforts that she placed in trying to save her one cause that she believed so strongly in.

The Relationship gets better

The late 90’s saw a new era in relations between the UK and the EU. Tony Blair went a long way to try and patch things up between the two sides. This as a result made things look like the relationship was turning a corner and all the ugliness that had happened in the years past was finally over with. This was a false sense of hope as eventually things would break down and lead to a relationship that was in some regards more strained than it had been prior to the Tony Blair era. This was the first real sign that the two sides simply could not work together. David Cameron was the first British PM to block a treaty that came from Europe and that act alone set him apart from a lot of the other leaders in the EU as they looked at him and wondered if the sentiment that De Galle had expressed all those years back was really the truth. This also meant that the icy reception that the UK got already was about to get a lot colder.

The UK Leaves the EU

Finally, in 2016 what has started in 1961 and was approved in the mid 70’s was undone when the people of the UK went to the poles and voted for them to leave the EU. This finally was the sign that the UK was tired of the EU and that they wanted to take their countries in a new direction. If this was a good thing or a bad thing has yet to be seen and who knows, the UK may one day, find themselves knocking at the door of the EU once again; until that time, it is safe to say that the UK is good with the way things stand between them and the EU.

It is obvious that anyone that has studied any history of the UK, that they are not in need as much as the EU is in need of them. The UK and its member have taken the first steps needed to show that they are able to stand without support and that the EU will not hold them down under their treaties and rules. Many people will say that if you had left it up to the people to begin with, that they would have never even voted in 61 to join the EU.

Against Europe

The anti-Europe sentiment was apparent in the fact that the vote was not even as close as many experts had said that it was expected to be. Time will be the ultimate measure as to if this was the right decision but if you ask some in the UK, they will tell you that this was a move that was long overdue and one that will lead the UK in a better brighter future.

As was stated in the beginning, this was one of the rockier relationships that the world has seen in quite some time and one that will have an impact on the rest of the world. Just like with people when two countries break up, there is always those that get in the middle and are involved. France and Germany are a classic example of this as they are seemingly experiencing their own issues with the topic of Frexit being talked about as of late. This could be the beginning of a lot of countries deciding that if the UK can do it, then they can leave as well and be just as happy without the EU as they are with it.