I get up this morning listening to the news on television. I try to make this the only moment of the day in which I find out about the situation we are experiencing. I have realized that, receiving WhatsApp messages every two by three about the coronavirus and frequently watching news on the internet, generates anxiety. So I am managing the frequency and amount of information that comes to me (and the one that I am looking for), so as not to be over-informed and to become more anxious about the account.
Although this is not the topic that brings me to write on our blog. I woke up hearing that the planet is the main beneficiary of the coronavirus. That this break is wreaking havoc on our economies, but benefits the environment. You just have to see the satellite images of China, and the whole world. Unusual levels of nitrogen dioxide. In Madrid and Barcelona, purer air. In Venice, crystal clear waters. Hey, it made me smile! I'm glad that something positive is coming out of this whole confinement situation.
Everything indicates that, among other things, teleworking is contributing to these results. When this exceptional situation ends, will companies continue to keep remote work in their employees? Is what we are achieving in the environment sustainable over time? Hopefully this will serve to see teleworking as a solution to traffic jams, conciliation and the planet's health. That it is not something exceptional in the companies of our country.