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What fighting COVID can teach the world about confronting the climate crisis

Global efforts to address the pandemic could be a “minor dress rehearsal” for tackling climate change.

By Lyndsay Armstrong

In the 18 months since the pandemic began, vaccines were developed and approved for global use, drastic public health measures were implemented and largely followed, and new models for stay-at-home working and learning were developed overnight. Given the global cooperation and concentrated effort that's been used to combat COVID-19, some doctors and scientists are looking at how fighting the pandemic can inform tackling the most significant crisis of our time: climate change...

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