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While the short-term benefits from the global Covid-19 lockdown may be valuable the long-term effects will be disastrous Numerous commentators have extolled the positive effect that the global Covid-19 shutdown is having on the environment Air quality has greatly 2020/5/20Coronavirus brings thorny issue of worker treatment to the marketing fore Research shows consumers are putting more value on brands that treat their employees well during the pandemic but the crisis has sharply amplified labor tensions

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Exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States (Harvard University preprint 2019) This study found that a small increase in long-term exposure to PM2 5 leads to a large increase in COVID-19 death rate Measuring the impact of air ( 2018

While news coverage of COVID-19's environmental impact has focused on the sharp drops in pollution levels caused by widespread shutdowns that "supposed silver lining" is only temporary and should not obscure the bigger picture of the serious harm dirty air

2020/9/11The coronavirus pandemic may lead to a deeper understanding of the ties that bind us on a global scale Well-resourced healthcare systems are essential to protect us from health security threats including climate change The support to resuscitate the economy

2020/9/11COVID-19 is making it painfully clear just how interconnected our social economic and environmental challenges are The World Economic Forum emphasizes this in its latest Global Risks report For the first time the global top-five risks in terms of likelihood are all related to the environment

2020/3/5COVID 19 and the fate of human population is related with the end to end life expectancy and fatality of confirmed cases and with the serial interval of infection inflicted to the population chain Trade off between transmission of covid 19 and degradation of climate is generally inversely related or having not affected rarely created as a sudden symptom of newly originated virus

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2020/8/1To some extent COVID-19 outbreak may be considered as an indirect consequence of global environmental changes Besides its upsetting effects on human life the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has the potential to significantly slowdown the economy not only of China USA or India but also of the world as a whole

Coronaviruses are pathogens with a serious impact on human and animal health They mostly cause enteric or respiratory disease which can be severe and life threatening e g in the case of the zoonotic coronaviruses causing severe acute respiratory syndrome

While news coverage of COVID-19's environmental impact has focused on the sharp drops in pollution levels caused by widespread shutdowns that "supposed silver lining" is only temporary and should not obscure the bigger picture of the serious harm dirty air

2020/9/11COVID-19 has disrupted communities worldwide but could this period teach us anything about another existential threat we are facing: the climate crisis? At the World Health Organization (WHO) where I am part of the climate change team we are seeing the devastating consequences of under-prepared health systems when they are faced with these increasingly regular shocks

COVID-19–a virus that has been attributed to human interferences such as deforestation encroachment on animal habitats and biodiversity loss–has led to a reported thousands of deaths in China The subsequent lockdown of Hubei province contributed to a reduction in pollution that according to a Stanford University researcher may prevent 50 000 to 75 000 people from dying prematurely

Coronaviruses are pathogens with a serious impact on human and animal health They mostly cause enteric or respiratory disease which can be severe and life threatening e g in the case of the zoonotic coronaviruses causing severe acute respiratory syndrome

While news coverage of COVID-19's environmental impact has focused on the sharp drops in pollution levels caused by widespread shutdowns that "supposed silver lining" is only temporary and should not obscure the bigger picture of the serious harm dirty air

Exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States (Harvard University preprint 2019) This study found that a small increase in long-term exposure to PM2 5 leads to a large increase in COVID-19 death rate Measuring the impact of air ( 2018

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COVID-19 has a 1-2 per cent mortality rate which is extremely mild yet look what it does to our economy We must wake up as humans and realize that there are existential threats out there through our own fault which could eliminate us as a species and the sooner we wake up the better

2020/5/20Coronavirus brings thorny issue of worker treatment to the marketing fore Research shows consumers are putting more value on brands that treat their employees well during the pandemic but the crisis has sharply amplified labor tensions

Explained: How coronavirus can impact the economy and markets An IMF paper by David Bloom Daniel Cadarette and JP Sevilla notes that even when the health impact of an outbreak is relatively limited economic consequences can be quickly magnified

The world has faced a global threat in last 2 months from the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) caused by the SARS‐CoV‐2 Starting in the Wuhan region of China it hardly took a month for it to emerge into a pandemic Affecting around 260 000 globally and

2020/3/3We discussed the importance of leveraging ERM to prepare your organization for the impact of coronavirus in my last blog here As discussed risk management is essential for the Coronavirus and by implementing good risk management for Covid-19 your company will be able to reduce the Coronavirus business risks

2020/8/12COVID-19 has affected every aspect of life around the globe from individual relationships to institutional operations to international collaborations As societies try to defend themselves through severe restrictions on people's movement and interactions the disease continues to decimate families upend governments crush economies and tear through the social sector

2020/7/29The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two Since its emergence in Asia late last year the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica But

2020/5/20Coronavirus brings thorny issue of worker treatment to the marketing fore Research shows consumers are putting more value on brands that treat their employees well during the pandemic but the crisis has sharply amplified labor tensions

More than one-third of Americans report that COVID-19 has had a serious impact on their mental health Since the start of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic many people's lives have been and continue to be affected by this respiratory virus