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COVID-19 and Climate Change: What the Current Pandemic Means for Climate

Abstract : The coronavirus is dominating the news. Media worldwide have little space to spare for news unrelated to the current pandemic. Few have probably heard of the category 5 Tropical Cyclone Harold that hit Vanuatu on 6 April and brought widespread damage—only five years after the country suffered from Tropical Cyclone Pam, the strongest cyclone on record. Climate change is even more destructive than Covid-19, although its effects are less visible, less concentrated, and less present in the industrialised Northern countries that have to date been hit hardest by the coronavirus. Climate change impacts are much harder to trace...
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Carola Klöck. COVID-19 and Climate Change: What the Current Pandemic Means for Climate. Les Dossiers du CERI, CERI, 2020. ⟨hal-03566818⟩

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