What If We Responded to Air Pollution Like The Coronavirus?

The impact of the Coronavirus has been felt across every single country in the world. As of June 25th, there have been over 9 million cases of the virus — almost half a million of those that caught it have died — with the number of those having the virus still going up. We seem to be getting closer and closer to the peak of the pandemic, but there are countries that are still seeing a…

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| Founder of thinksustainabilityblog.com | Masters in Sustainable Development | Interested in all things sustainable |

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