Bankruptcy courts ill-prepared for tsunami of people going broke from coronavirus shutdown : The Conversation


The bankruptcy system has always been difficult to navigate, especially for minorities and other vulnerable groups. The pandemic is making it a lot harder.

Source: Bankruptcy courts ill-prepared for tsunami of people going broke from coronavirus shutdown : The Conversation

The new coronavirus emerged from the global wildlife trade – and may be devastating enough to end it : The Conversation


Wild animals and animal parts are bought and sold worldwide, often illegally. This multibillion-dollar industry is pushing species to extinction, fueling crime and spreading disease.

Source: The new coronavirus emerged from the global wildlife trade – and may be devastating enough to end it : The Conversation

It’s a bad idea for journalists to censor Trump – instead, they can help the public identify what’s true or false : The Conversation


Journalism’s ethics code says the press must ‘seek truth and report it,’ and also minimize harm. During a public health crisis, how should the press deal with President Trump’s inaccuracies and lies?

Source: It’s a bad idea for journalists to censor Trump – instead, they can help the public identify what’s true or false  : The Conversation

A clue to stopping coronavirus: Knowing how viruses adapt from animals to humans : The Conversation


Some of the world’s worst diseases have come from animals. Bats, cows, camels and horses have all contributed. Now, scientists are working to know which animal introduced the new coronavirus.

Source: A clue to stopping coronavirus: Knowing how viruses adapt from animals to humans : The Conversation