WHY CLIMATE CHANGE DOESN’T FEEL AS URGENT AS IT SHOULD

Off-shore wind farm
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The coronavirus brought probably one good thing we can all agree on: it reduced global carbon emissions. However, a minor 6% CO2 reduction is hardly an equal trade-off for the massive death toll, the absolute shock to normal life and the insurmountable global economic and societal tolls.

We’ve been in a global crisis lasting far longer than the coronavirus, however…