How our responses to climate change and the coronavirus are linked

How our responses to climate change and the coronavirus are linked

April 02, 2020

A first lesson we are drawing from the COVID-19 pandemic and how it relates to climate change is that well-resourced, equitable health systems with a strong and supported health workforce are essential to protect us from health security threats, including climate change.

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Our post-coronavirus world will be built on what we say and do now

Our post-coronavirus world will be built on what we say and do now

March 30, 2020

We are facing a crisis of historic proportions. But if what we are going through can indeed be called a war, it is certainly not a typical one. After all, today’s enemy is shared by all of humankind, and the mobilization of state resources must go hand in hand with the demobilization of most of the population.

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Coronavirus could spark a revolution in working from home. Are we ready?

Coronavirus could spark a revolution in working from home. Are we ready?

March 11, 2020

With no end in sight to COVID-19, many businesses are developing or implementing work-from-home policies to ensure business continuity. If employees and employers can get the balance right and enjoy the benefits of well-planned telework, this coronavirus outbreak could prove to be the tipping point for remote work arrangements to become the norm.

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