Electron micrographic images of SARS-CoV-2
Images related to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2, also known as 2019-nCoV) that causes COVID-19.
Banksy honors frontline medical workers
Boy plays with new action hero of an NHS nurse.
Environmental Humanities Response to COVID-19
An Open Letter on the COVID-19 Pandemic
Respecting Children, Respecting Species
A Plague Genealogy
Climate Change Won’t Stop for the Coronavirus Pandemic
The next several months could bring hurricanes, floods and fire, on top of the pandemic. How do you shelter in place during an evacuation?
500,000 US Clean Energy Jobs at Risk from COVID Effects
Coronavirus is negatively affecting the clean energy sector and the impacts are serious.
What the Coronavirus Curve Teaches Us About Climate Change
Humans don’t easily grasp the concept of exponential growth, but it’s exactly why coronavirus has gotten so hard to manage—and why climate change could too.
Saving People From Coronavirus Can Teach Us How to Do the Same for Climate Change
It is technically feasible to achieve big reductions in pollutants that are fueling the climate crisis. All that’s required is a break in economic production and human activity.
Conservationists set the record straight on COVID-19’s wildlife links
Understanding wildlife-related issues surrounding COVID-19
Opinion: Pakistan’s ‘Green Stimulus’ to combat Covid-19, protect nature
The country’s chief climate change advisor explains the package aimed at handling the pandemic-induced economic crisis, and go green at the same time.
Climate activists shift gears in an age of ‘social distancing’
Climate activists are retooling their strategy for an online existence during the coronavirus pandemic.
Covid-19 Can’t Stop Citizen Science
As the Covid-19 pandemic has forced people to stay inside, citizen scientists increasingly turn to online projects.
Will the next coronavirus come from Amazonia?
Deforestation and the risk of infectious diseases
Coronavirus is a wake-up call
Our war with the environment is leading to pandemics
Arundhati Roy and Bill McKibben Argue Covid-19 an Opportunity for Humanity to Get Off Dangerous Path
If the world is able to "flatten the carbon curve" in the same way it is now desperately trying to flatten the infection rate curve "then people might look back in 50 years at this time and thank us, you know, instead of curse us."
EPA Refused to Hold a Hearing on Its Science Rule, So the UCS Held It for Them
Fighting for Science in a Time of Denial
Poaching spikes amid lockdown in South Asia
Authorities say loss of livelihoods and diverted attention led to a surge in illegal activities during the pandemic-induced lockdown
After Cyclone Amphan, broken houses and rotting fish
Residents of the Sundarbans wonder why they are rebuilding, when their lands have been encroached for years by the seas, and their huts that will fall down in the next cyclone
Reflection of Infection (for Piano)
A musical reflection of infection, the moment during which the virus interacts with the cell by Markus J Buehler