Glass Wings Blog: Coronavirus

The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill
A circular food system can withstand crises like COVID-19 — and provide delicious meals
Australia has finally backed a plan to let developing countries make cheap COVID-19 vaccines — what matters is what it does next
Australia was a model for protecting people from COVID-19 — and then we dumped half a million people back into poverty
Australians are three times more worried about climate change than COVID. A mental health crisis is looming
The best hope for fairly distributing COVID-19 vaccines globally is at risk of failing. Here’s how to save it
Climate crisis to shrink G7 economies twice as much as Covid-19, says research
Climate emergency not slowed by COVID-19 pandemic and planet's 'vital signs' worsening, scientists say
Covid crisis offers a chance to act on climate, report says
COVID has reached Antarctica. Scientists are extremely concerned for its wildlife
COVID is surging in unvaccinated Taiwan. Australia should take heed
Covid pandemic was preventable, says WHO-commissioned report
COVID vaccines offer the pharma industry a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reset its reputation. But it’s after decades of big profits and scandals
COVID-19: how rising inequalities unfolded and why we cannot afford to ignore it
Cuba’s Heroic COVID Response Medical Teams Deserve Nobel Peace Prize
Endangered sea turtle rebounding thanks to COVID-19 and indigenous peoples
Fiji’s other crisis: away from the COVID emergency, political dissent can still get you arrested
Global weekly COVID cases are falling, WHO says — but ‘if we stop fighting it on any front, it will come roaring back’
How a perfect storm of events is turning Myanmar into a ‘super-spreader’ COVID state
How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world
How Covid has plunged Asia's captive elephants into fresh crisis
How COVID has shone a light on the ugly face of Australian antisemitism
How Covid-19 upended our understanding of migration, citizenship and inequality
How Melbourne eradicated Covid-19
Huge New Wave Is the COVID Nightmare Scientists Feared Most
‘I don’t think the police would do much’: new research shows racism during COVID is rarely reported
In a time of COVID and climate change, social sciences are vital, but they’re on university chopping blocks
India’s rich are not the only ones fleeing the Covid crisis on private jets, says CEO
Is herd immunity to COVID-19 possible? Experts increasingly say no.
Is temporary the new permanent? COVID street experiments open our eyes to creating better cities
"It's almost like grooming": how anti-vaxxers, conspiracy theorists, and the far-right came together over COVID
Millions of face masks are being thrown away during COVID-19. Here’s how to choose the best one for the planet
My End of Life Document: What Covid Means for the Chronically Ill
New COVID variants have changed the game, and vaccines will not be enough. We need global ‘maximum suppression’
‘No one wanted to read’ his book on pandemic psychology – then Covid hit
No, Science Clearly Shows That COVID-19 Wasn’t Leaked From A Wuhan Lab
No, we can’t treat COVID-19 like the flu. We have to consider the lasting health problems it causes
Our research shows COVID has made Australians more conservative and care less about others
Oxford vaccine professor: rich countries have a moral duty to share their COVID-19 shots
Pacific nations grapple with COVID’s terrible toll and the desperate need for vaccines
Please, no more questions about how we are going to pay off the COVID debt
Rich countries are hoarding COVID-19 vaccines. Elsewhere, the pandemic may keep killing for years
States housed 40,000 people for the COVID emergency. Now rough sleeper numbers are back on the up
‘They’ve been following the science’: How the Covid-19 pandemic has been curtailed in Cherokee Nation
Those Anti-Covid Plastic Barriers Probably Don’t Help and May Make Things Worse
UK Music Rights Group Demands Payment From A Pub That Isn't Playing Any Music Because It's Closed Due To COVID
'We see huge benefits': firms adopt four-day week in Covid crisis
WHO says Covid pandemic is growing ‘exponentially’ at more than 4.4 million new cases a week
Why governments will have to consider the costs of long COVID when easing pandemic restrictions
Why telling stories could be a more powerful way of convincing some people to take a COVID vaccine than just the facts
World’s worst pandemic leaders: 5 presidents and prime ministers who badly mishandled COVID-19
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