Will Covid-19 save the world? April 17, 2020

Drs. Ira Helfand, Arun Mitra and Tilman Ruff, IPPNW | CNN

If there is one lesson we can learn from this crisis it is this: When the experts tell us the sky is going to fall if we don’t take action, we better take action or the sky really may fall. And we must apply this lesson to the two other existential threats that humanity faces: the climate crisis and the growing danger of a nuclear war.

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