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COVID-19: A Warning From Nature?

The natural world seems to be flourishing ever since coronavirus lockdowns slowed human impact on the environment. Some researchers say decades of destroying wildlife habitats and changing the climate has made pandemics more likely. In our mistreatment of the planet, are we humans ultimately responsible for the pandemic? Guests: Inger Andersen Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme John Vidal Former Environment Editor for The Guardian

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Toxic smog reaches worst levels of 2019 in New Delhi

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Air Pollution: When will we breathe easy?

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Roundtable: Are we breathing harmful air?

UN environment day | Picture This

UN environment day | Picture This

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Who was Ayman al Zawahiri?

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China-US tensions escalate after Pelosi's Taiwan visit

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Racist videos exploiting Africans exposed in investigation

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Justice on hold in Beirut explosion inquiry

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