How COVID-19's Impact On Plant and Animal Life Hurts Human Health

Bats
A bat suspected of having white-nose syndrome clings to a cave wall in Mammoth Cave National Park in Mammoth Cave, Ky. Alex Sanz, AP
Bats
A bat suspected of having white-nose syndrome clings to a cave wall in Mammoth Cave National Park in Mammoth Cave, Ky. Alex Sanz, AP

How COVID-19's Impact On Plant and Animal Life Hurts Human Health

Many experts believe COVID-19 is part of a much larger story about environmental degradation.

Reset finds out how animals and plants have faced serious disease threats over the last 30 to 40 years, and why this matters to human health.

GUEST: Janet Ginsburg, editor and publisher of The Primer