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Kat has been writing about veganism, environment, and sustainability for five years. Their interests include over-analyzing the various socioeconomic forms of oppression, how that overlaps with veganism, and how the media in all of its forms reflects the current culture.



The Coronavirus has changed everyday life as we know it. Borders have closed, non-essential travel has been banned, non-essential businesses are closed, and schools have been put on pause for several weeks (or for the rest of the school year).

While the severity of the virus pandemic is unprecedented, it also shines a light on other issues, including climate change. What can the global response to COVID teach us about approaching climate change? Let’s find out.

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What The CORONAVIRUS Teaches Us About the CLIMATE CRISIS
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What The CORONAVIRUS Teaches Us About the CLIMATE CRISIS
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The Coronavirus has changed everyday life as we know it. Borders have closed, non-essential travel has been banned, non-essential businesses are closed, and schools have been put on pause for several weeks (or for the rest of the school year). While the severity of the virus pandemic is unprecedented, it also shines a light on other issues, including climate change. What can the global response to COVID teach us about approaching climate change? Let’s find out.