If this is an existential crisis, then why am I so hopeful?

Child holding rainbow painting

We’ve entered a new reality. It’s not great, but it has something going for it: we don’t know how this one ends. Yet.

One year ago, we asked scientists how we can go on in the face of climate change.

Now, Tabitha Carvan asks Dr Arnagretta Hunter, from the ANU Medical School, how we can go on after the pandemic.

The answer? We can go on anywhere – except back to normal.

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