COVID-19 and climate change: A healthy dose of reality

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COVID-19 and climate change: A healthy dose of reality

It's too early to tell whether COVID-19 is linked in any way to the climate crisis. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't; we'll likely never know for certain. Still, consider the global health crisis currently...

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