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Episode Info: Live from quarantine! Mary and Amy talk to The Correspondent's Eric Holthaus about how to remain optimistic, the ways corona and climate do and don't intersect, and why you can't sleep on climate just because there's another catastrophe unfolding.Reading ListWe're Not Just Stopping Coronavirus, We're Building a New World, by Eric Holthaus in The Correspondent: Moves Forward On Biggest Environmental Rollback To Date Amid Pandemic Chaos, by Alex Kaufman and Chris D'Angelo in HuffPost Quietly Pass Laws Criminalizing Fossil Fuel Protests Amid Coronavirus Chaos, by Alex Kaufman in HuffPost Pandemic Relief Become a Petroleum Industry Slush Fund? by Amy Westervelt in Drilled News Now Wants to Write the Rules for Regulating Methane Emissions, by Justin Mikulka in DeSmog Analogy Between COVID-19 and Climate Change Is Eerily Precise, by Gilad Edelman in Wired Climate Grief Taught Me About the Coronavirus, by Mary Annaise Heglar in The New Republic Climate Crisis Will Be Just as Shockingly Abrupt, by Melody Schreiber in The New Republic's Why We'll Never Treat the Climate Crisis With the Same Urgency as Coronavirus, by Amy Westervelt in HuffPost, But the Virus Shows Why There Won't Be Global Action on Climate Change, by Jason Bordoff in Foreign Policy Pandemic Isn't Fixing Climate Change, by John Sutter in CNN the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires, by Kendra Pierre Louis in The New York Times Is What Climate Change Looks Like in an Era of COVID-19, by Jocelyn Timperley in Earther Great Barrier Reef Is Heading for a Mass Bleaching of Unprecedented Scale, by Maddie Stone in Vice Discomfort You're Feeling Is Grief, by S...
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