The pandemic could be a call to action on climate change

THE WASHINGTON POST | Amid its horrors and tragedies, the coronavirus pandemic has driven home a startling reality. Travel bans and lockdowns have cleaned the globe, flushing the murk from Venice’s canals,clearing Delhi’s polluted smog, making distant snowy peaksvisible for the first time in yearsfrom the shores of the Bosporus. With humans in retreat,nature reclaimed what was once its ownin whimsical ways: Goats strutted through villages, antlered deer grazed on manicured city lawns and mountain lions found perches by suburban fences.

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