by Jennifer Cole, Royal Holloway University London, UK The exact place, time and variety of disease currently gripping the world … More
By Ray Hudson, Durham University, UK We find ourselves living in an unfamiliar and uncertain world; not one in which … More
By Michael Bradshaw, Warwick University, UK In recent weeks the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the energy industry … More
by Paul Chatterton, University of Leeds (Cover photo by Daryan Shamkhali/Unsplash, FAL) A pause has been forced on urban life. … More
A potential genetic factor in immunity is being investigated. However, the combination of social, economic and demographic factors together with the urban environment probably accounts for many of the observed infection patterns.
By Klaus Dodds, Royal Holloway University London, UK In recent weeks, attention has been understandably on the public health of … More
How richer nations respond to the current crisis will have significant economic ramifications for countries dependent on remittances. Richer nations must adopt inclusive economic policies which both protect the livelihoods of migrants and reduce the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic.