16 Sep 2020

Coronavirus Hasn’t Killed The City. Here’s Why

No city has escaped the deadly spread of COVID-19. But the virus has had a

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14 Sep 2020

Alcohol And Junk Food Companies Are Exploiting The Pandemic

From marketing beer with pandemic lingo to giving money to governments, a report argues that

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14 Sep 2020

This ‘Self-Sufficient’ Chinese City Is Being Built With Future Pandemics In Mind

A new city near Beijing featuring wooden apartment blocks, rooftop farms and renewable energy is

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07 Sep 2020

Connected City Streets Mean Healthier Residents And Communities

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, cities around the world are rediscovering the value

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02 Sep 2020

History Tells Us Trying To Stop Diseases Like COVID-19 At The Border Is A Failed Strategy

To explain why the coronavirus pandemic is much worse in the U.S. than anywhere else

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01 Sep 2020

COVID-19: It’s Time To Rethink Where, How And Why We Work

COVID-19 has hit consumer industries hard. These industries employ 20% of all workers worldwide with

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26 Aug 2020

How To Effectively Make Your Workplace Secure With COVID-19 Signage

With the outbreak of COVID-19, many businesses had to adapt to the changes put in

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25 Aug 2020

5 Lessons We Must Take From The Coronavirus Crisis

The tele-health team at Jefferson Health has been calling themselves the “Night’s Watch”, a reference

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23 Aug 2020

How To Look After Each Other In The Time Of Physical Distancing

Humans are social beings. They like to spend most of their time hanging out with

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19 Aug 2020

COVID-19: How Past Crises Are Helping The World’s Cities To Respond And Rebuild

In early 2018, parched by a severe drought, Cape Town rallied its residents and businesses

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17 Aug 2020

Architects Are Redesigning Cities To Help With Social Distancing

In the once-bustling Eixample district, birdsong and the occasional whir of a food delivery cyclist

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14 Aug 2020

How COVID Has Revealed The Need For A Rethink In Urban Planning

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened awareness of the significant flaws in our urban infrastructure, and

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13 Aug 2020

Climate Risks In COVID-19 Pandemic

Amid the pandemic, the climate crisis takes the backseat. How can we stay on track?

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13 Aug 2020

An Indian Company Is Gearing Up To Make Millions Of Doses Of A $3 Covid-19 Vaccine

As the Covid-19 pandemic drags on, there’s one thing we’re all counting on to rescue

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04 Aug 2020

COVID-19 Has Created More Cyclists: How Cities Can Keep Them On Their Bikes

As physical distancing measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 begin to relax in some

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31 Jul 2020

Why Sustainable Food Systems Are Needed In A Post-COVID World

Food systems are essential to economic activity because they provide the energy that we need

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27 Jul 2020

Did The COVID-19 Pandemic Revive Nationalism?

It only took a sub-microscopic pathogen to confirm that, when a crisis strikes, it is

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22 Jul 2020

5G Outlook Series: The Impact Of Mobile Technology On The Response To COVID-19

What is 5G’s role in the COVID-19 response? How will it benefit the post-pandemic world?

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22 Jul 2020

We May Have To Live With The Coronavirus. And It’s Going To Be Painful

The media want us to believe that we are on the path to recovery. But

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21 Jul 2020

Industries With The Highest Rate Of Unemployment

Despite the eased coronavirus restrictions, these U.S. industries continue to struggle for their survival.  National

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17 Jul 2020

Prioritizing Health: A Prescription For Prosperity

How can the prioritisation of our health systems help us in rebuilding the post-pandemic economy?

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16 Jul 2020

Beyond The Curve: A Visual Journey Into Our Post-Pandemic Future

What changes in the built environment can we make to shape a sustainable post-pandemic future?

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14 Jul 2020

As The Lockdowns Come To An End, Which Activities Are The Riskiest?

This chart encapsulates the risk assessments of over five hundred epidemiologists and health professionals worldwide.

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14 Jul 2020

How Education Will Adapt To The World This 2020

As we continue struggling to carry on with our lives during a global pandemic, major

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08 Jul 2020

To Save Lives Or To Save Jobs — Which Do People Think Should Come First In This Pandemic?

A survey reveals what global markets think the government should prioritise amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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07 Jul 2020

How Coronavirus Is Shaping The Future Of The Workplace

Thinking back to early 2020, the world seemed a very different place. People walked and

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03 Jul 2020

Which Drugs And Therapies Are Proven To Work, And Which Ones Don’t, For COVID-19?

I am a physician and a scientist at the University of Virginia. I care for

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03 Jul 2020

Measures To Ensure Sanitation In The Workplace

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many workplaces are implementing measures to ensure a

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03 Jul 2020

How To Deal With The Opioid Crisis During COVID-19?

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has momentarily shifted our attention from a more persistent threat in

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25 Jun 2020

How Pandemics Have Changed American Cities – Often For The Better

New York City’s experience as the epicenter of the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak is raising questions

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22 Jun 2020

Should You Fly yet? An Epidemiologist And An Exposure Scientist Walk You Through The Decision Process

We don’t know about you, but we’re ready to travel. And that typically means flying.

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18 Jun 2020

Coronavirus Wreaks Havoc On Economic Growth Prospects

The world is about to experience the deepest recession in decades, World Bank forecasts reveal.

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17 Jun 2020

Global Poverty: Coronavirus Could Drive It Up For The First Time Since The 1990s

As COVID-19 slows in developed countries, the virus’s spread is speeding up in the developing

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16 Jun 2020

How Has The Pandemic Changed The Movement Of People Around The World?

Here’s how the assortment of pandemic response policies have altered the mobility of the people.

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13 Jun 2020

Coronavirus: What If The Vaccine Or Drugs Don’t Save Us?

The curve of the COVID-19 epidemic has been flattened in many countries around the world,

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10 Jun 2020

10 Misconceptions About The 1918 Flu, The ‘Greatest Pandemic In History’

Pandemic: It’s a scary word. But the world has seen pandemics before, and worse ones,

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08 Jun 2020

COVID-19: Which Economies Are Reopening

Some countries are gradually lifting their lockdown measures in an attempt to jump-start their economies.

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05 Jun 2020

Impact Of COVID-19 On The Global Financial System

Amid COVID-19, global financial systems have been a source of both support and potential risks.

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05 Jun 2020

Are We Opening When We Should?

Right now, the entire world is just testing how we are going to continue to

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03 Jun 2020

How Global Central Banks Are Responding To COVID-19

With a global pandemic sending tremors to the economic landscape, central banks are taking action.

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29 May 2020

How COVID-19 Is Reversing The Progress In The Fight Against Global Poverty

Various forecasts suggest that years worth of poverty reduction are slowly being negated by COVID-19.

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28 May 2020

Remote Work Policies Likely To Propel Post-Pandemic Exodus From Expensive Cities

The COVID-19 pandemic-driven surge in remote work may result in an exodus from expensive cities.

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21 May 2020

Megacity Slums Are Incubators Of Disease – But Coronavirus Response Isn’t Helping The Billion People Who Live In Them

Having ravaged some of the world’s wealthiest cities, the coronavirus pandemic is now spreading into

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20 May 2020

Coronavirus: Governments Knew A Pandemic Was A Threat – Here’s Why They Weren’t Better Prepared

Most people think or at least hope their government is doing a good job in

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16 May 2020

The Impact Of COVID-19 On Future Mobility Solutions

What does this global pandemic entail for the future of mobility in the new world?

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15 May 2020

How Are Governments Responding To The Coronavirus Pandemic?

Governments around the world resort to variations of response measures and policies to end COVID-19.

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11 May 2020

Coronavirus: Could The World Have Prepared Better For A Pandemic?

As much of the world gets used to social distancing, school closures and restrictions in

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11 May 2020

How Cities Can Reopen After The Pandemic

Once the lockdowns are lifted, how will things return to how they used to be?

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08 May 2020

Coronavirus Shopping Survey: 58 Million Americans Are Spending More Money While Social Distancing

To regain a sense of control during the pandemic, some Americans have resorted to shopping.

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08 May 2020

Positivity Dystopia: Exuberant Positivity, A Cure To Doom And Gloom?

A few months ago, a year ago, what seems like ages ago, the world lived

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