Coronavirus Pandemic Leads to Unprecedented Drop In U.S. Gasoline

Dr. Kevin Gurney talked to KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny about his efforts to track the precipitous decline of gasoline consumption across the US due to social isolation efforts aimed at controlling the COVID-19 pandemic. While the decline in gasoline consumption provides insights into the financial consequences of the pandemic, it may hold clues to potential climate change solutions. You can find Dr. Gurney’s interview here.