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Ebi et al. 2021

Ebi, K.L., K.J. Bowen, J. Calkins, M. Chen, S. Huq, J. Nalau, J.P. Palutikof, and C. Rosenzweig, 2021: Interactions between two existential threats: COVID-19 and climate change. Clim. Risk Manag., 34, 100363, doi:10.1016/j.crm.2021.100363.

The COVID-19 pandemic and climate change are complex existential threats, unpredictable in many ways and unprecedented in modern times. There are parallels between the scale and scope of their impacts and responses. Understanding shared drivers, coupled vulnerabilities, and criteria for effective responses will help societies worldwide prepare for the simultaneous threats of climate change and future pandemics. We summarize some shared characteristics of COVID-19 and climate change impacts and interventions and discuss key policy implications and recommendations.

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  author={Ebi, K. L. and Bowen, K. J. and Calkins, J. and Chen, M. and Huq, S. and Nalau, J. and Palutikof, J. P. and Rosenzweig, C.},
  title={Interactions between two existential threats: COVID-19 and climate change},
  journal={Clim. Risk Manag.},

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RIS Citation

ID  - eb02000c
AU  - Ebi, K. L.
AU  - Bowen, K. J.
AU  - Calkins, J.
AU  - Chen, M.
AU  - Huq, S.
AU  - Nalau, J.
AU  - Palutikof, J. P.
AU  - Rosenzweig, C.
PY  - 2021
TI  - Interactions between two existential threats: COVID-19 and climate change
JA  - Clim. Risk Manag.
VL  - 34
SP  - 100363
DO  - 10.1016/j.crm.2021.100363
ER  -

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