10 Feb 2020

As China Suffers From Coronavirus, Some Wonder: Is It Really That Serious?

The coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen in China. The Chinese government has announced even stricter

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08 Feb 2020

To Achieve Net-Zero Carbon Cities And Buildings We Need Systemic Efficiency

We cannot solve climate change without transforming our cities and buildings. This requires massive efforts

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08 Feb 2020

Will Thirst For Innovation Drive Humankind To Extinction?

Humans are constantly innovating.  So far, most of these creations have positively impacted society. Has

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07 Feb 2020

Coronavirus Fears: Should We Take A Deep Breath?

With a new infectious disease outbreak on our doorstep, we might ask ourselves: are we

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07 Feb 2020

A Plasma Reactor Zaps Airborne Viruses – And Could Help Slow The Spread Of Infectious Diseases

The big idea: It’s the enduring media image of infectious disease outbreaks, including the current

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06 Feb 2020

Can We Rebuild The Country After Trump?

Can we rebuild the United States after President Trump is gone? And how would we

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06 Feb 2020

The World’s Top Cities Face Stiff Competition, Here’s Why

As concerns about geopolitics, demographics and climate change rise and technological advances redefine established city

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06 Feb 2020

Reasons Why People In New York Want To Shift To New Jersey

You might be thinking why people in New York are leaving their city. Almost every

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05 Feb 2020

A Clue To Stopping Coronavirus: Knowing How Viruses Adapt From Animals To Humans

As the novel coronavirus death toll mounts, it is natural to worry. How far will

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05 Feb 2020

Where US Commuters Spend The Most Time Stuck In Traffic

The commuters of Los Angeles experience the worst traffic conditions in the United States. This

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04 Feb 2020

The Countries Best And Worst Prepared For A Pandemic

Pandemics are the largest killers of humankind throughout history. Right now, we are facing the

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04 Feb 2020

The Countries With The Highest Social Mobility

Social mobility is the ability of a child to have a better life than their

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04 Feb 2020

How Does The Wuhan Coronavirus Cause Severe Illness?

We usually think of viral respiratory infections, like the common cold, as mild nuisances that

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03 Feb 2020

The Simple Reason Why We Are Seeing More New Infectious Diseases Today

One would think that our world, compared to the past centuries where pandemics have killed

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03 Feb 2020

Wuhan, The Coronavirus And The World: Thinking Beyond Isolation

Public fear seems inevitable given the alarming updates on the coronavirus outbreak, and isolation —

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02 Feb 2020

Here Are The Cleanest And Most Corrupt Governments Of The World

Denmark and New Zealand are the least corrupt countries in the world while Somalia is

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02 Feb 2020

How To Use Your City To Manage Your Finances

How you manage, spend, and invest your money can have a profound impact on your

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02 Feb 2020

2019 Is The Year Of Democratic Setbacks And Popular Protests

The global 2019 Democracy Index score diminished from 5.48 in 2018 to 5.44 2019, according

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01 Feb 2020

British People Now Define Themselves As ‘Leavers’ Or ‘Remainers’ – So What Happens After Brexit?

The EU referendum emphasised a divide in UK politics between two competing identities. People now

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01 Feb 2020

Is The Coronavirus Outbreak As Bad As SARS Or The 2009 Influenza Pandemic? A Biologist Explains The Clues

As the new coronavirus continues to cross international borders, the two key questions on public

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01 Feb 2020

WHO Declares Global Health Emergency Over Coronavirus: 4 Questions Answered

The World Health Organization reversed course on Jan. 30 and declared the coronavirus a “Public

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31 Jan 2020

Fear Spreads Easily. That’s What Gives The Wuhan Coronavirus Economic Impact

One way to count the cost of the Wuhan coronavirus is by how many people

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30 Jan 2020

Britain Is About To Leave The EU – What’s Next?

Britain will shortly leave the European Union. So that’s it. Brexit is over, right? Wrong.

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30 Jan 2020

How Contagious Is The Wuhan Coronavirus And Can You Spread It Before Symptoms Start?

Cases of the Wuhan coronavirus have increased dramatically over the past week, prompting concerns about

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29 Jan 2020

The Deadliest Pandemics In Human History

The number of confirmed cases of the Wuhan Coronavirus in China has surpassed that of

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29 Jan 2020

When Will There Be A Coronavirus Vaccine? 5 Questions Answered

The coronavirus that started in Wuhan has sickened more than 6,000 people and killed at

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29 Jan 2020

Millennial Millionaires Are Redefining What A Good Location Means In Real Estate

Housing in America is expensive, and the price tags are still on the rise. This

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28 Jan 2020

What We Know Suggests The Economic Impact Of Wuhan Coronavirus Will Be Limited

The Wuhan coronavirus has had a significant human toll. More than 100 people have died

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27 Jan 2020

75 Years After The Holocaust: A Memorial To The Concentration Camp Victims

January 27 marks the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, where we pay tribute to the memory

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24 Jan 2020

International Day Of Education 2020: Learning For People, Planet, Prosperity, And Peace

The 24th of January marks the International Day of Education, the second one since the

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24 Jan 2020

Should We Be Worried About The New Wuhan Coronavirus?

The World Health Organisation has postponed its decision about whether to classify the new Wuhan

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23 Jan 2020

A Better Daily Commute Is Possible – Just Ask Residents In These Cities

Public transport plays a vital role in cities around the world, connecting people to their

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23 Jan 2020

These Are The 5 Major Risks That Will Impact 2020 On A Global Scale

According to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the latest edition of The Global Risks

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22 Jan 2020

Unlocking Technology For The Global Goals

Existing Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) innovations have the potential to accelerate the attainment of 10

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21 Jan 2020

Top 5 Questions Everyone Asks About the World Economic Forum – Davos 2020

The World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting starts today, January 21 in Davos, Switzerland. WEF

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21 Jan 2020

Real Estate Trends In Texas For 2020

The real estate market in the USA is massive, and only getting larger. The population

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21 Jan 2020

Modern Security Solutions For Rapidly Growing Cities

68 percent of the world’s population will be living in urban areas by 2050, according

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20 Jan 2020

The 10 Biggest Empires In Human History

The Age Of Empires might be over but their influence on the current geopolitical situation

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17 Jan 2020

In 2026, Hackers Taking Over Self-Driving Cars Can Gridlock Cities

By taking over even a small proportion of driverless cars, hackers can paralyze city operations,

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17 Jan 2020

These Are The 6 Policy Changes Needed In 2020, According To Chief Economists

The new decade is quite fragile in terms of the state of the world economy. In

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16 Jan 2020

If Countries Were As Large As Their Populations, Here’s How The World Would Look Like

Maps are great instruments for navigation. However, they have little to say when it comes

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16 Jan 2020

Top Tips For Setting Up A Business In A US City

Setting up a business in one of the USA’s many large cities is much different

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14 Jan 2020

The Brazilian Amazon Was In Flames, And Now Australia. But What Do Their Governments Have To Do With It?

Australia is witnessing the worst forest fires of its modern history, provoked by months of

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13 Jan 2020

Asian Countries Dominate Most Powerful Passport List For 2020

Japan is once again the leader when it comes to the number of destinations a

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12 Jan 2020

In 2100, These 10 Countries Will Emerge As The Largest

Some of the ten most populous countries in the world right now will no longer

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10 Jan 2020

The Largest Military Forces In The World

China boasts the largest military in the world in terms of available active military manpower,

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09 Jan 2020

How Countries In Conflict, Like Iran And The US, Still Talk To Each Other

Even countries that have broken ties with each other need to communicate in times of

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08 Jan 2020

A Brief History Of The US-Iran Conflict

Last Friday, January 03, a US drone strike killed General Qassem Soleimani, the commander of

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07 Jan 2020

In Iran Showdown, Conflict Could Explode Quickly – And Disastrously

Despite the claims of optimists, the odds that an international conflict will snowball into a

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04 Jan 2020

Qassem Suleimani Air Strike: Why This Is A Dangerous Escalation Of US Assassination Policy

The US government has killed Iranian general Qassem Suleimani, commander of the Quds Force, the

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