Covid-19: The pandemic's threat to environmental progress

As the air clears and animals make bold forays into newly quietened streets, it could be argued that the lockdown is working in favour of nature.

by Rachel Salvidge
Invasive muntjac deer have been reported to have been damaging bluebell woods during lockdown. Photograph: Philip Dumas/Getty Images
Invasive muntjac deer have been reported to have been damaging bluebell woods during lockdown. Photograph: Philip Dumas/Getty Images

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