COVID-19 & Climate

The Coronavirus Is a Preview of Our Climate-Change Future

The virus is a terrifying harbinger of future pandemics that will be brought about if climate change continues to so deeply destabilize the natural world: scrambling ecosystems, collapsing habitats, rewiring wildlife, and rewriting the rules that have governed all life on this planet for all of human history.

Coronavirus, Climate Change, and the Environment

A Conversation on COVID-19 with Dr. Aaron Bernstein, Director of Harvard C-CHANGE

Climate stress and coronavirus gang up on world’s vulnerable

As risks converge in a complex world, the resilience of small-scale farmers and families living in poverty is being tested to its limits

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For better or for worse: the delicate relationship between people and the wildlife around them

In the past, coronaviruses that circulated in humans caused only mild infections. This changed in 2002, when the SARS-CoV virus

Covid-19, climate change and the future

Madhukar Upadhaya, the writer of this piece has been a watershed expert for many years and is a retired government

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