People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20. While governments are being faulted for not preparing adequately for a pandemic, despite warnings, the climate change crisis is hiding in plain sight. Photo: AFP People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20. While governments are being faulted for not preparing adequately for a pandemic, despite warnings, the climate change crisis is hiding in plain sight. Photo: AFP
People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20. While governments are being faulted for not preparing adequately for a pandemic, despite warnings, the climate change crisis is hiding in plain sight. Photo: AFP
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

How the coronavirus pandemic can help us prepare for the next predictable surprise – the climate crisis

  • Our chaotic global management of the Covid-19 pandemic is a warning that we must better prepare for the coming climate crisis. But will our political and business leaders listen?

People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20. While governments are being faulted for not preparing adequately for a pandemic, despite warnings, the climate change crisis is hiding in plain sight. Photo: AFP People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20. While governments are being faulted for not preparing adequately for a pandemic, despite warnings, the climate change crisis is hiding in plain sight. Photo: AFP
People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20. While governments are being faulted for not preparing adequately for a pandemic, despite warnings, the climate change crisis is hiding in plain sight. Photo: AFP
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