Reynolds and Trump failures on climate and coronavirus crises leave Iowans at risk May 28, 2020

Maureen McCue, MD, PSR Iowa | Iowa City Press-Citizen

If we are to remember one thing from this unprecedented time, it should be that science matters — both in fighting the coronavirus and climate crisis. At a time when many of us are physically separated from one another, we cannot forget that we are in this together. Our collective actions in confronting this and future pandemics as well as our efforts to reduce carbon pollution will be defining factors in bringing about a healthier tomorrow. To effectively beat this and prevent future pandemics while halting climate change, let us start by demanding that our leaders listen to the scientific experts to help solve our problems.

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