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OPINION: Bringing climate justice thinking to the COVID-19 pandemic

On Mar 19, 2020
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Like the #climate crisis, the #coronavirus pandemic and its spiralling impacts, will hit women, the poor and most marginalised the hardest. Governments must protect them from both https://t.co/84h8TpFX8J #COVID19
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Like the climate crisis, coronavirus and its spiralling impacts will hit women, the poor and marginalised the hardest - that is not an acceptable trade-off for reducing emissions

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On Mar 19, 2020
@foeeurope shared
Like the #climate crisis, the #coronavirus pandemic and its spiralling impacts, will hit women, the poor and most marginalised the hardest. Governments must protect them from both https://t.co/84h8TpFX8J #COVID19
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OPINION: Bringing climate justice thinking to the COVID-19 pandemic

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Ensia is a solutions-focused nonprofit media outlet reporting on our changing planet. Published by the Institute on the Environment.