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18 March 2020 By George Hay

The Covid-19 outbreak could distract politicians from agreeing cuts to global emissions. The resulting slump in crude prices also removes pressure to ramp up renewables. But behavioural and societal changes to halt the pandemic may prove more potent in tackling global warming.

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