The COVID-19 recovery can be the vaccine for climate change

Clean air in New Delhi as a result of India's lockdown. Can we sustain these benefits? Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Jose Siri

Independent Consultant on Urban Health, World Health Organization (WHO)

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