I’d make this distinction between the
“flatten the curve challenges” of CoV-2 vs. CO2
The former involves a dramatic shutdown of economic activity, which tends to hurt people most who are already the least privileged,
whereas the latter involves a dramatic shift of economic activity,
which offers the possibility of helping the most marginalized in our society
experience more equal opportunity.
So, we don’t want to reduce emissions by putting people out of work;
rather, we want to put people to work reducing emissions.
What connects Climate Change with CoronaVirus
What connects CoronaVirus with everything else
Climate Change Won’t Stop for the Coronavirus Pandemic — ProPublica
Why Jane Goodall says human disregard for nature led to the coronavirus pandemic
— PBS News Hour
COVID-19 & Climate Change: What does this mean for the fight against the climate crisis? — ClimateAction.org
COVID-19 and Climate: Implications for Public Health — Climate One
The novelist on how coronavirus threatens India — and what the country, and the world, should do next – DemocracyNow! video interview
An Earth Day Declaration by the Connecticut Climate Crisis Mobilization (C3M)
What the Covid-19 Crisis Tells Us:
Advances in Public Health and Action on Climate Must Proceed Hand in Hand!
Coronavirus and Climate Change: How to Save Lives During Crises — Yes!
ClimateFwd: April 12, 2020 — The New York Times
Saving People from Coronavirus Can Teach Us How to Do the Same for Climate Change — Yes Magazine
Covid-19 is nature’s wake-up call to complacent civilization
A bubble has finally been burst – but will we now attend to the other threats facing humanity?
Heated: A newsletter for people pissed about the climate crisis
HEATED: a podcast showing how the COVID and climate crisis stories are actually the same story
COVID-19 may be just the beginning of mass pandemics
— Scientific American
Noam Chomsky on Trump’s Disastrous Coronavirus Response, Bernie Sanders & What Gives Him Hope — DemocracyNow! interview
Lessons from the Coronavirus Can Help Us Overcome the Climate Crisis
What are the parallels between climate and COVID? — Yes Magazine
Friedman: With the coronavirus, it’s again Trump vs. Mother Nature
April 1st, 2020 | by Thomas L. Friedman / The New York Times