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{"ops":[{"insert":"\nHi, \n\nMassive environmental efforts will be required in the future, no matter how you look at the cause of global warming, it might be the cause of natural variations, manmade global warming by carbon dioxide, or something totally different yet to be explored. But it is a fact that for some reason our climate is undergoing a huge change right now, add pollution, water shortage & a growing population...\n\nThe Gert project fund will support big as well as smal Environment projects that we find interessting and innovative, so if you have an idea that you think could help cure the enviormental destruction please present your idea and we might be able to help you to help\n\nThe Fund will reserve 5.000.000 Tokens to support future project, the rest (max supply is 10.000.000 Tokens, will be in circulation with the possibility to burn parts to increase value of the funded assets.\n\nThere is a testdrop of Gertcoin att our Telegram channel right now. \n\n"},{"attributes":{"link":"https://t.me/joinchat/LvFRXUn-RCk3e2cpetSr2w"},"insert":"https://t.me/joinchat/LvFRXUn-RCk3e2cpetSr2w"},{"insert":"\n\n"},{"attributes":{"italic":true},"insert":"THIS STORY ORIGINALLY appeared in "},{"attributes":{"italic":true,"color":"#1a1a1a","link":"https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/mar/23/coronavirus-pandemic-leading-to-huge-drop-in-air-pollution"},"insert":"The Guardian"},{"attributes":{"italic":true},"insert":" and is part of the "},{"attributes":{"italic":true,"color":"#1a1a1a","link":"https://www.climatedesk.org/"},"insert":"Climate Desk"},{"attributes":{"italic":true},"insert":" collaboration."},{"insert":"\nThe coronavirus pandemic is shutting down industrial activity and temporarily slashing air pollution levels around the world, satellite imagery from the European Space Agency shows.\nOne expert said the sudden shift represented the “largest-scale experiment ever,” in terms of the reduction of industrial emissions.\nReadings from ESA’s Sentinel-5P satellite show that over the past six weeks, levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) over cities and industrial clusters in Asia and Europe were markedly lower than in the same period last year.\nNitrogen dioxide is produced from car engines, power plants and other industrial processes and is thought to exacerbate respiratory illnesses such as asthma.\n\n"},{"attributes":{"alt":"two maps of china the left showing dense NO2 and the right showing less dense NO2"},"insert":{"image":"https://media.wired.com/photos/5e7e29fc8283f9000a4151a0/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/Science_china_trop_2020056.jpg"}},{"insert":"\n\n"},{"attributes":{"color":"#757575"},"insert":"COURTESY OF EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY"},{"insert":"\nWhile not a greenhouse gas itself, the pollutant originates from the same activities and industrial sectors that are responsible for a large share of the world’s carbon emissions and that drive global heating.\n\nBest \nAndreas L\nFounder of the GERT \n\n\n"}]}

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