Published: 2022-08-301

Incorporation of mechanisms for providing green environment post COVID-19

Elliriki Mamatha , Amardeepak Mahadikar , Krishna Anand , Palur V. Krupakara , Chandra Sekhar Reddy
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Administratio Locorum
Section: Articles


It has been observed that the damage to the environment caused has grown multi-fold in recent years especially with the exponential rise in population. The sad part of it lies with the fact that no part of earth be it the mountains or oceans or plains have been spared. In order to predict the global climate change, a number of models have been developed over the years. All reliable models clearly indicate the overall deterioration in the quality of air levels. The geographical distribution of precipitation changes at different places leading to changes in water availability. Living a healthy life in a clean environment has soon become a distant dream for the common man. To add to the same, the arrival of Corona virus in the year 2019 has put human life in the doldrums as its contagious and fast spreading nature has put day to day life on hold besides causing deaths and forcing people to throng to hospitals at a rapid rate not witnessed during the recent past. On the other hand, the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic had a positive impact on the environment as most of the highly polluted cities witnessed a clear blue sky. Air Quality Index (AQI) and Particulate Matter (PM2.5) levels in all the major cities improved during the lockdown period. However, with life slowly limping back to normal, there is a dire need to ensure that humans do not go back to their old ways of polluting the environment. The way of work needs to change in each and every type of industry. This paper focuses on mechanisms for providing a green enterprise transformation for some of the commonly functioning industries post COVID-19 times. The research study focused on a specific country in Asian continent, and it can be extended to other countries/continents.


COVID-19, air pollution, greenhouse emissions, lockdown effect

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Mamatha, E., Mahadikar, A., Anand, K., Krupakara, P. V., & Sekhar Reddy, C. (2022). Incorporation of mechanisms for providing green environment post COVID-19. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Administratio Locorum, 21(3), 321–334.

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