Coronavirus shutdowns are lowering greenhouse gas emissions; history shows they’ll roar back March 19, 2020

The Los Angeles Times

Martha Dina Argüello, executive director of the environmental health and justice group Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles, said the coronavirus accelerated discussions she and her staff were already having about cutting back on travel to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. On Thursday, the group’s 11 staff members began working remotely, quickly shifting to Zoom and other online meeting and communications platforms.

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