COVID-19 and climate change: Why has the response been so different?


COVID-19 emerging as a global threat has states and civil society to taking radical measures to limit its spread. But, in spite of mounting evidence that climate change will also have devastating consequences for humanity over the next decades, governments and civil society have been far less engaged in adopting effective measures to avert dangerous climate change. Why?

Read Lukas H. Meyer and SIENNA researcher Marcelo de Araujo's analysis in E-International Relations. 

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