Pump and dump: Could the Covid-19 pandemic create more pollution?

News that the Covid-19 enforced lockdown has hit milk consumption – because restaurants and cafés have had to close – to the extent that farmers are throwing it away is clearly not good news for their bank balances.

by James Fair
Milk is 350 times more damaging to watercourses than raw human sewage (Photo by: Farm Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Milk is 350 times more damaging to watercourses than raw human sewage (Photo by: Farm Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

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