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Their influence on their congregants can play an important role in public health programmes.
The conditions of couriers worldwide, long perilous, worsened during the pandemic as riders became essential to feeding cities and faced new risks of coronavirus exposure.
This single mother to two children started a home-made food paste business to make cooking easier for women like herself who were always too busy working and looking after their children to cook.
What began as a project to make playdough that was safe for her children to play with has resulted in a career shift for this mother of two and former stem cell scientist.
Replanting initiatives have sprouted up since the start of the 21st century as urban development goals have shifted and alarm about global warming has grown.
This reduction is mainly due to emissions linked to air travel (80%) by foreign spectators and emissions related to accommodation and food.
Johanne Defay of France was devastated when a mega sponsor dropped her right before she became a pro surfer in 2014 because she 'didn't look a certain way'. She's showing them now, at the Olympics.
Like recycling and reselling, renting clothes is one of the solutions proposed by the fashion industry to help reduce its impact on the planet. But are these new models really as environment-friendly as they seem?
This avid cyclist avocates cycling as a sport that is good for families, benefiting people and the country in many ways.
We must address the deepening chasm between the haves and the have nots for true recovery and future resilience.