A deer at a pedestrian crossing in Nara, the ancient Japanese capital city where tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. Photo: AP A deer at a pedestrian crossing in Nara, the ancient Japanese capital city where tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. Photo: AP
A deer at a pedestrian crossing in Nara, the ancient Japanese capital city where tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. Photo: AP

Letters | After the coronavirus pandemic, the world can’t go back to business as usual

  • For all our hubris in treating the natural world as an input factor in the market economy, we have been humbled by the global health crisis
  • Covid-19 serves as a reminder that we are not an all-powerful species

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A deer at a pedestrian crossing in Nara, the ancient Japanese capital city where tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. Photo: AP A deer at a pedestrian crossing in Nara, the ancient Japanese capital city where tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. Photo: AP
A deer at a pedestrian crossing in Nara, the ancient Japanese capital city where tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. Photo: AP
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