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Analysis and tools to learn about behavior change from reduced economic activity during pandemic response.
Airborne Nitrogen Dioxide Plummets Over China
NASA’s Earth Observatory reports on reduced air pollution as Wuhan, China responds to pandemic.
How the Coronavirus Is (and Is Not) Affecting the Environment
US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) reports environmental effects of Coronavirus.
Historical, current, and forecast air quality data from US federal government for US, Canada, and Mexico.
Implications of pandemic and response for the ability to address global climate change.
Frequently asked questions and expert responses on COVID-19 and the environment.
CEO and author of The Grey Rhino, Michelle Wucker, compares COVID-19 and climate change as obvious, large-scale crises.
Data show one of the strongest predictors of social distancing behavior is attitudes toward climate change.
Radio Corona podcast and transcript with James Temple, Senior Energy Editor for MIT Technology Review, and a group of experts.
James Temple, MIT Technology Review, explains that when the pandemic wanes, a poorer, more divided world will still face the rapidly rising threat of global warming.
Feedback, an environmental organisation based in London, argue that Food is a right, not a luxury, and it’s time for our food system to reflect this.
Coronavirus offers chance to create fairer UK food supply chain, say experts
Feedback, an environmentla organisation based in London, outlines how the 'Just in Time' model used by supermarkets has failed in the current crisis and discusses how to build a sustainable food system.
OECD Policy recommendations
Minnesota public radio (MPR) reporting on US states and major retailer Target banning reusable bags as a response to COVID-19.
Blog post and study page reporting research conducted at Harvard. Analysis of nationwide US data shows people with COVID-19 who live in U.S. regions with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the disease than people who live in less polluted areas.