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Coronavirus Chronicles Environment The Future We Want

Tourism takes a pounding in lockdown purgatory

As tourism languishes in lockdown purgatory the communities it supports will be feeling the pain. Vital funding for conservation has vanished too, writes Dr Andrew Venter

Coronavirus Chronicles The Future We Want

Fancy footwork
New ways needed to feed more

This virus reminds us of a growing problem: Either we find another planet to accommodate our ever-increasing needs or we change our relationship with planet Earth, writes Dr Andrew Venter

Coronavirus Chronicles The Future We Want

Pandemic punishes but powers school digital switch

South Africa’s basic education system is subpar. Fixing it has proven hard to do, but the country’s response to coronavirus offers hope and some pointers for the future, writes Dr

Coronavirus Chronicles Environment The Future We Want

Bats in the belfry:
Time for a rethink on a troubling harvest

Dr Andrew Venter on how the unsustainable exploitation of wildlife is putting human health at ever increasing risk.

Coronavirus Chronicles Environment The Future We Want

Climate for change

‘Coronavirus a dress rehearsal and a call to action’

Coronavirus Chronicles The Future We Want

Boeing, Boeing, gone:
Jet-set spread the disease, but it’s the poor who pay

The coronavirus puts communities least able to deal with it at greatest risk. Expect more economic migration, sustainability crises and other maladies, writes environmentalist Dr Andrew Venter.