"Many people across the world retreated into radically different lives during lockdown. The desire to stay safe created some dramatic mass behavior changes that some academics have likened to a massive experiment. Many of these changes in the way we act have had a sustainable dimension.... Our reduction in movement has led to the biggest carbon crash ever recorded." Pandemic-induced behavioral trends to reduce travel, increase biking or walking, source local products, start a garden and move out of cities have accelerated cities and jurisdictions to immediately implement sustainability measures that were designed to take place over decades. The city of Melbourne is rolling out bike lanes in a year, rather than a decade. Global management consultancy McKinsey has prompted corporations to seize the moment to de-carbonize -- to "make their operations more resilient and more sustainable as they experiment out of necessity." As the pandemic prompts systemic changes, how does climate fare?