The COVID-19 crisis has affected societies and economies around the globe and will permanently reshape our world as it continues to unfold. While the fallout from the crisis is both amplifying familiar risks and creating new ones, change at this scale also creates new openings for managing systemic challenges, and ways to build back better. We are facing a global health crisis unlike any in the history—one that is spreading human suffering, infecting the global economy and upending people’s lives. We must ensure that lessons are learned and that this crisis provides a watershed moment for health emergency preparedness. Worldwide spread of COVID-19 in a quite short time has brought a dramatic decrease in industrial activities, road traffic and tourism. Restricted human interaction with nature during this crisis time has appeared as a blessing for nature and environment. This book is an attempt to retrospect the damage we have done to the nature and how to repair them.