Caring for Health Care Workers

#stayathome  was the word in the early pandemic stages, but there are many people whom the country needs to keep going into work—grocery cashiers, first responders, factory workers for critical businesses.

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Celebrating Earth Day

April 22nd, 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the annual celebration of the environmental movement. Protecting our planet starts with you! Here’s some simple things you can do to help protect the earth… 🌱Reduce, reuse, and recycle: Cut down on what you throw away. Follow the three "R's" to conserve natural resources and landfill space. 🌱Educate: When you further your own education, you can help others understand the importance and value of our natural resources. 🌱Conserve water: The...

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Why does coronavirus disproportionately kill men?

According to Sabra Klein, Ph.D., a professor of microbiology and immunology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, current data shows that if men get infected, they are at greater risk of a more severe outcome. “The honest truth is we don’t know why men are suffering a worse outcome from Covid-19,” she says. “Regardless of what we know about why that’s happening, we do know that it is happening.”

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Covid-19 is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to reshape a basic human behavior.

The transport sector has been affected as much as any by coronavirus. This isn’t a normal period of disruption, which is usually caused by failures in supply such as road accidents or industrial action. In this case, it is the lack of demand that is the problem.

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VISUAL GUIDE to the World in Lockdown

Coronavirus has now infected more than one million people worldwide, but its impact extends far beyond just those who have had it.

Even the frequency of use of the word "unprecedented" is unprecedented at the moment. According to Google Trends it's been used three times more over the last two weeks than the highest point recorded previously.

As governments around the world have enacted new measures and given official advice, we take a look at the impact that it's had on people and the world around them.

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What we do know about the Corona Virus, from UNICEF

Corona Virus (COVID-19) is large in size where cell diameter is 400-500 micro and for this reason any mask prevents its entry.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is telling Americans that they should be prepared for the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak in their community.

But what does preparedness look like in practice? The short answer: Don't panic — but do prepare.

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How Denmark is improving their environment

Standing at the 279-foot summit of what is now one of the city’s tallest structures presents a surreal spectacle: skiers whooshing down a vast carpet of green Neveplast, a synthetic “dry skiing” surface from Italy, amid a staggering panorama that’s dominated by the smokestacks of nearby biomass plants and, behind them, the gloomy, fog-shrouded expanse of the North Sea, dotted with massive wind turbines. Like the writer Don DeLillo’s “postmodern sunsets,” it’s at once inspiringly beautiful and vaguely apocalyptic.

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Plastic Waste Poisons Indonesia's Food Chain

Indonesia has become a dumping ground for plastic from Australia, Europe and North America.

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Mexican companies supporting to eliminate the use of plastic in Mexico City.

Today the government of Mexico City signed an agreement with different corporations to eliminate the use of single-use plastic. Companies such as Walmart de México, Soriana, Chedraui, Grupo Bimbo, among others, are part of this agreement.

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