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Researchers running Helsinki pilot scheme say dogs can identify virus in seconds
The Guardian · 24 Sep
Charlie Russell, 27, is one of an estimated 600,000 people with post-Covid illness, a condition that may give an insight into chronic fatigue syndrome
The Guardian · 14 Sep
Audrey Tang says tech can build trust, tame misinformation, and strengthen democracy. Her plan might even work in the US.
Wired · 16 Aug
As the coronavirus pandemic opens us up to the impossible, an insurgency of the erstwhile invisible is unsettling the paradigms of whiteness that o...
YouTube · 2 Aug
European Union leaders are set to slash tens of billions of euros from funds aimed at preventing catastrophic climate breakdown, after agreeing on ...
The Independent · 22 Jul
PM Jacinda Ardern says she "did a little dance" as it was confirmed NZ had no active virus cases.
BBC News · 9 Jun
Value of reserves could fall by two-thirds as Covid-19 hastens peak in demand, study shows
Surgisphere, whose employees appear to include a sci-fi writer and adult content model, provided database behind Lancet and New England Journal of ...
America's cities are ablaze with rioting after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. This comes in the heightened tensions of the coronavirus...
YouTube · 3 Jun
Medical research has found that as many as 29% of swab tests produce the wrong result
The Guardian · 25 May
Over 100 tribes today deliberately avoid interaction with outsiders — the impact of infectious diseases is one reason why
Brian Rose has raised nearly £1 million to fund a "free speech" platform where he'll host video interviews with conspiracy theorists and other gues...
Vice · 24 May
There is a glaring divide between those who can stay at home and those who can’t, says Guardian columnist Owen Jones
Local authorities are exploring how using outdoor space could optimise physical distancing
Since the birth of the welfare state from the ashes of the second world war, those of us who identify as progressive have usually felt…
Medium · 10 May
As British death toll becomes the worst in Europe, criticism of the UK approach is being voiced around the globe
The Telegraph · 10 May
Government’s handling of pandemic under scrutiny as UK becomes worst-hit European country
The Guardian · 5 May
Boris Johnson trumpeted jingoism in the face of the coronavirus facts
One worker’s story shows why the poor and powerless are far more likely to die, says the Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik
Why cultivating “tragic optimism” will help us weather this crisis — and even grow from it.
The New York Times · 3 May
Study into effects of coronavirus curbs also finds less asthma and preterm births
Most deprived areas of England and Wales has 55.1 deaths per 100,000 people, compared with 25.3 in affluent areas
Great Britain has run for a new record of 18 days, six hours and 15 minutes without burning coal to generate electricity – and counting – as the co...
Carbon Brief · 3 May
Hard work remains, but Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s handling of the crisis has seen her dubbed 'the most effective leader on the planet'
The Telegraph · 27 Apr
Dressed in a hazmat suit, two masks and a face shield, Du Mingjun knocked on the mahogany door of a flat in a suburban district of Wuhan on a recen...
U.S. · 25 Apr
Exclusive: Scientists examine whether this route may enable infections at longer distances
Leading US biologist Thomas Lovejoy says to stop future outbreaks we need more respect for natural world
Tens of millions of Brazilians have begun receiving basic income payments aimed at addressing the economic impact of Covid-19, following Congress’ ...
openDemocracy · 23 Apr
Governments must act now to stop 265 million starving, warns World Food Programme boss
Hygiene has never seemed more important. Here's how a woman who cleans wards in Chicago is being affected.
BBC News · 22 Apr
This is what I learned during 10 days of treating Covid pneumonia at Bellevue Hospital.
The New York Times · 22 Apr
Herd immunity hopes dealt blow by report suggesting only 2%-3% of people have been infected
There is currently no evidence to support the belief that people who have recovered from coronavirus then have immunity, the World Health Organizat...
RTE.ie · 19 Apr
Conservative activists to demand governors lift stay-home orders – and movement has been driven by wealthy conservative groups
The Guardian · 18 Apr
The government should be more radical and put in place serious policies to fight the climate crisis with the same urgency as it has to coronavirus,...
The Independent · 17 Apr
In the midst of coronavirus pandemic hitting Europe, both uniting and socially isolating us all, we caught up (virtually) with Stacco Troncoso [htt...
Autark · 14 Apr
Historically, disease outbreaks have happened at a time of social inequality and discord, says science journalist Laura Spinney
The Guardian · 12 Apr
Exclusive: Industry body estimates up to 1,000 people may have died in care homes so far
Dutch officials and British economist to use guide to help city thrive in balance with planet
The Himalayas can be seen from parts of India for the first time in 30 years after pollution dropped due to the coronavirus lockdown. In areas of t...
The Independent · 10 Apr
UK central bank becomes first in the world to adopt direct monetary financing to fund government spending during the coronavirus crisis. This move ...
Positive Money · 9 Apr
To civilize death is one of the great challenges of the age. Psilocybin can help.
openDemocracy · 9 Apr
The long read: In the midst of fear and isolation, we are learning that profound, positive change is possible
The Guardian · 8 Apr
Spain would be the first European country to enact a basic income and provide monthly cash payments to its citizens.
Business Insider · 7 Apr
Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks
The Guardian · 6 Apr
In the San Francisco Bay Area, where the coronavirus is now eclipsing the dangers of drought and fire, the new pandemic is the starkest reminder ye...
Yale E360 · 5 Apr
After a spate of fires, government is taking steps to halt spread of ‘fake news’ linking coronavirus to the mobile network
The Guardian · 5 Apr
Taking advantage of the town’s deserted streets because of the coronavirus lockdown, the goats have been branded vandals for munching through gardens
The Guardian · 1 Apr
Millions of workers flee cities as wages evaporate, with many walking hundreds of miles home
The Guardian · 30 Mar
Reconnecting with the natural world – however we can – is a wonderful medicine against anxiety and fear, says author Lucy Jones
Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or water
‘Largest scale experiment ever’ shows what is possible as satellite images reveal marked fall in global nitrogen dioxide levels
UK urgently needs to fill 90,000 positions to pick crops that will otherwise die in the fields, warns charity
When the COVID-19 pandemic is past, societies may adopt some important measures that would lower emissions, from more teleconferencing to shortenin...
Yale E360 · 29 Mar
In this fast changing and overwhelming pandemic crisis, what is really going on, and what should individuals and governments do? Daniel Schmachten...
YouTube · 29 Mar
Wearing face masks, protesters blocked the US southern border, telling Americans to 'stay home'
BBC News · 29 Mar
Updated: A 17-year-old whose death was initially linked to the novel coronavirus despite not having any previously reported health conditions was d...
The Independent · 29 Mar
The government has asked local authorities in England to house all rough sleepers and those sleeping in hostels and night shelters by the weekend, ...
The Independent · 27 Mar
As many of us are now showing our solidarity by being on retreat I’d like to make a suggestion for some shared magical work to address the coronavi...
The Blog of Baphomet · 20 Mar
As habitat and biodiversity loss increase globally, the coronavirus outbreak may be just the beginning of mass pandemics
The Guardian · 18 Mar
A conservative senator is calling for every American to get a $1,000 check to cover costs during the coronavirus.
Quartz · 17 Mar
Among 44,627 people confirmed to have been infected in China, 2.3% have died, none of them under age 10.
https://www.inquirer.com · 25 Feb
The coronavirus has wiped out at least a quarter of China’s emissions of damaging greenhouse gases in the past two weeks, scientists have found. Me...
The Independent · 24 Feb
The solution isn’t to try to think more carefully. It’s to trust the experts.
The New York Times · 12 Feb