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A Change of Plans; Short-notice changes, additional flight delays, and last-minute cancellations may hound luxury travelers soon, but safety, space, privacy, and flexibility might be the rewards awaiting them at their destinations.
The massive spike is happening at a time of enormous global food surpluses, with the pandemic exposing ‘cracks in the system’.
gnômadic supports the Global FoodBanking Network.
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The amount of plastic flowing into the world’s oceans is set to surge and businesses’ efforts to reduce plastic waste will do little to stop it, according to a new study in the journal Science.
First-of-its-kind modeling analysis describes actions needed to stop plastic from entering the ocean
Community living is an affordable way for people to live, in ways that fit their shared values. These communities are usually climate-conscious and strive to be as sustainable as possible.
How four startups found new opportunities in the wake of the pandemic.
It’s ‘back to business’ - but not to ‘business as usual’. For most survivors of the pandemic-led economic crisis, it means searching and seizing new opportunities. The nimble and the agile will likely grab them by the handfuls, and use them for an advantageous position. Those with a nose for genuine chances of a lifetime will use them to strengthen their core for even lasting results.
As employers and employees look for flexible solutions amid global economic uncertainty in a post-pandemic environment, will co-working and co-living spaces still be as attractive as they once were?
The discovery of the exoplanet KOI-456.04 orbiting the star Kepler-160 suggests we should more aggressively look for habitable planets around sun-like stars.
While the Covid-19 situation has been playing havoc with businesses everywhere, co-living operators remain cautiously optimistic. When contacted, many said they have stepped up precautionary measures by requesting declaration of travel plans for residents and visitors, communicating Ministry of Health (MOH) guidelines and increasing the frequency of cleaning and sanitisation. Some also provide their tenants with masks and hand sanitisers.