Welcome to Part 2 (of 4) of the debate between COVID-19 and the climate emergency. If you missed Part 1, go back and read it before you begin. Let’s have a quick recap: I’m comparing the way the world has responded to COVID-19 vs the climate emergency. While the debate over climate change has continuedContinue reading “COVID-19 vs the Climate Emergency: Part 2”
Monthly Archives: March 2020
COVID-19 vs the Climate Emergency: why act on one and not the other?
Part 1 This week I wanted to write something that delved a little more into the differences between Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the climate emergency, as (potentially) two of the biggest health threats of the 21st Century. This first blog will be part of a 4-part blog series that I’ll be releasing all week! So youContinue reading “COVID-19 vs the Climate Emergency: why act on one and not the other?”
How is the COVID-19 outbreak affecting air pollution?
Scrolling through my newsfeed, every second post pays some reference to the Coronavirus outbreak, whether it be a meme, a media scare, or an article. It seemed only fitting to get amongst the action and write about it too. COVID-19 has spread globally, and fast. The death toll in Italy has just cracked the thousands,Continue reading “How is the COVID-19 outbreak affecting air pollution?”