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Good news: Americans can freak out about coronavirus and climate change at the same time

1 month ago   |   By Grist

Imagine that you've lost your job. (Since total unemployment claims skyrocketed to 36 million last week, you may not have to imagine.) You're not just worried about catching a deadly infectious disease, you're also anxious about how to pay the bills and how to put food on the table. Who has the mental space left to care about catastrophic climate change?
The answer, according to a new report from Yale and George Mason universities, is a majority of Americans. Even as the coronavirus pandemic has infected over 1.5 million people in the United States, two-thirds of Americans are still...
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