The coronavirus diaries
On BBC Radio 4's Today programme in March, one presenter suggested we look at the impact of coronavirus in a “positive way“ in terms of climate change. As the virus sweeps the globe, it is hard to see the bright side – but they did have a point.Measures to contain the outbreak in China, for example, wiped out at least quarter of the country's CO2 emissions during a four-week period in January-February, according to analysis by Carbon Brief,
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