TechLyta Founder Anthony Ejefoh comments on How Nature Heals Itself During Lockdowns

Entrepreneurs are said to be too business-minded.  The declaration is a fact. In most cases, a few handfuls of entrepreneurs have a love for nature in their hearts.

Most of them spend their time in a closed glass cubicle during the day; these entrepreneurs love exploring the vast diversity in flora and fauna whenever possible.

Many entrepreneurs also have a passion for doing great things to conserve the environment and often act differently.

Anthony Ejefoh, one of the youngest Tech entrepreneurs in Nigeria, is a talented and nature-loving individual who has always worked so that nature is not harmed.

Anthony is a 23-year-old visionary young boy from the state of Lagos in Nigeria. All his life,he wants to be independent and achieved things that many people dream about in life.

He is the CEO of TechLyta and Bstock01 Media. One of the fastest-growing Publishing companies in Africa. Despite being a successful entrepreneur, Anthony has always had a soft side towards nature.

The coronavirus pandemic forced most of the human population to be isolated in their homes during 2020. who imposed lockdowns across the world to keep safe human lives.

However, there was an unexpected advantage of these worldwide lockdowns – Nature began to heal itself from the destruction caused by us.

Anthony, a nature enthusiast, was among the individuals worldwide who saw nature healing itself. Azure skies, beautiful bodies of water, sparkling and clear snow, golden sandy coastlines, green-coated hills, and a light cold wind were a couple of specific points that showed up worldwide.

Nature on Earth was showing signs of recovery while we were locked in our homes. While most people had lost their desire to see nature recouping from the sick impacts of air pollution caused by us, the lockdowns had a surprise in store for us. Anthony has shared a few of these observations in his country along with around the world.

With every passing day, clear skies showed up, rivers became purer, and even the endangered species of flora and fauna started to repopulate. Rivers thought signifying the lifeline for us individuals were becoming cleaner than when we were spending loads of funds to see the same results.

In Nigeria, people saw reports of fresh and clear waters in Niger and Lagos. Both the rivers appeared to have recovered their self-purification capacity.

Besides rivers, the atmospheres on top of us also had whiter clouds. The oxygen around us was more breathable than we had ever imagined. Due to near-zero vehicular movements on roads, air pollution had plummeted considerably, appearing in an enhanced air quality index.

Cities that were battling for fresh air to breathe are now gifted with it. The world became quieter but also more livable.  Somehow the all-natural filtration system of the atmosphere had restored its ability.

Most of us realize that ozone layer deficiency is a severe issue considering life on Earth. Daily air pollution had triggered extreme effects on the ozone layer and put life in the world at risk. However, as early as the pollution levels dropped, what appeared impossible likewise started to happen.

The ozone layer started to fix itself. The largest ozone opening reported to have been seen over Antarctica was additionally seen stitching itself. Additional reports were that the hole was shut based on a few researchers in the Antarctic area.

Lockdowns even had a good effect on the biodiversity around us. As a result of lockdowns, human arrest gave room for animals and birds to spread their wings openly and enter into the limelight. Pets and also birds that were seldom seen ended up being much more visible in bushes.

The chirping audios of birds were more plainly distinct in the concrete cities than they ever before were. Animals and also birds that got on the brink of going extinct started to repopulate.

Species of turtles that steered clear of beaches were seen laying promptly after many years. Even dolphins, as well as whales, we’re revealing their existence across the world.

As we can see, the observations shared by Anthony were the clear influences of lockdown on the global environment, including various kinds of exhaust, on the ozone layer, water, as well as air contamination. Were additionally considered the effect of the lockdowns on wildlife.

If a year of lockdown can aid nature to come back on its feet, we can surely hope that if a limited duration of lockdown of types is held yearly, we can keep nature’s recovery progress on course. Though passively lockdowns across the globe have indicated that human initiatives toward conserving the setting can have a long-lasting impact.