Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak 

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From the zoonotic origin of the disease to its widespread impact in all sectors, the COVID-19 pandemic illustrates the systemic nature of risk, calling for a whole of society approach to mitigate and respond.

https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.13379
2021

In this paper, the authors propose a conceptual framework for understanding the impact of the policy responses to COVID-19 on disabled people. These responses have overwhelmingly focused on individual vulnerability, which has been used as a justification

Springer
Masai warrior walking beside flooded dirt road, Amboseli NP, Kenya.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate-related disasters have affected the lives of at least 139.2 million people and killed more than 17,242.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Red Cross / Red Crescent Climate Centre
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2021
According to the authors there is now an urgent need to revitalize public health in general and environmental public health in particular to recover from COVID-19 and beyond.
Environmental Science & Technology Letters (ACS)
While nothing is certain, there is a lot of evidence on which to build some realistic expectations about how the pandemic will progress over the next year or so.
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Bapon Fakhruddin discusses why the COVID-19 pandemic requires thinking and decision making supported by a data ecosystem which looks much further into the future than previous short-term approaches.
International Science Council
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2021
This report sets out critical and actionable solutions and investments to meet the challenge of an age of pandemics, and to avoid a repeat of the catastrophic damage that COVID-19 has brought.
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