It’s a year that will go down in history. The social and economic destruction of the pandemic shifted the world and caused worry, doubt and hurt.
As we wrap up on a difficult year, we wanted to shed some light on the positive things we can bring out of 2020…
Sightings of wildlife have increased worldwide and a reduction in air pollution is giving the planet a chance to rejuvenate.
The first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine have been rolled out across the world, giving us a chance to imagine a world COVID-free.
High levels of innovation
Businesses have had to adapt to a new way of working and this has meant unprecedented levels of innovation and invention. While change can be challenging, it can also bring opportunities.
We will always need human contact, but we are learning that some things can be done more efficiently online, which gives you more time in your day to do things that matter to you.
Many workers are now working remotely, and this is likely to continue. Remote working breaks down geographical barriers for talent, reduces rush hour commuting and cards on the road, and gives people more time for themselves.
Co-operation and Social Support
People are realising the importance of staying connected. Looking out for others is key for everyone’s welfare and health.
In a modern world, it can be difficult to find time for the things that are important. Lockdown gave us all a chance to reconnect with ourselves, our families and the things that matter.
2020 is a year that has had impact on us all, but focusing on the positive seems like a good way to start 2021.