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African Leaders Warn COVID-19 Crisis Harming Climate Adaptation Push

The coronavirus-linked economic slowdown is limiting cash to help Africans pay to adapt to climate extremes, from drought to floods.
ARCHIVE PHOTO: Farmer Sallia Male poses for a picture in his courtyard in Diabaly January 23, 2013. | REUTERS/Joe Penney

With Climate Change, Conflict and COVID, Stresses Grow for Malian Villagers

In one rural village in the Sahel, competition for land and other pressures are growing, says a longtime observer.
A medical staff member wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) vaccinates a baby, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tangerang, near Jakarta, Indonesia May 13, 2020. | Antara Foto/Fauzan/ via REUTERS

Global Push Urged for COVID-19 Vaccine Could Help Climate Too

Building the international cooperation needed to swiftly create and distribute a coronavirus vaccine could help with other threats too.
ARCHIVE PHOTO: A woman rides a bicycle along a bike path on the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge in Paris, France, September 14, 2018. | REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

As Coronavirus Curbs Ease, What Climate-Smart Policies Should We Lock in Now?

What outcomes from the global response to COVID-19 can best help us tackle climate change?
A general view of Duomo square after the Italian government imposed a virtual lockdown on the north of the country, in Milan, Italy March 8, 2020. | REUTERS/Flavio Lo Scalzo

As Milan Eases Lockdown, Mayor Says 'People Are Ready' for Green Change

The coronavirus pandemic has helped shift attitudes on the need to make the Italian city more climate-smart and resilient, Giuseppe Sala says.
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