The post-COVID-19 era has left small businesses penniless, some closed, and some retrenched employees. The local economy has been massively displaced, and the pandemic has created unemployment to a great extent. Luckily for some who have lost their jobs have ventured into small scale business.
It takes the entire community to help regain the local business momentum. Economic and social growth come hand in hand; thus, promoting the local economy is not the sole responsibility of the government, but most importantly, it takes the help of ordinary citizens. Here are some examples of what we can do to achieve a sustainable local economy…
Now that the lockdown has eased up in most parts of the world, people are slowly going back to their pre-pandemic life. But the big question is, will the world still be the same after the pandemic? Here are reflections from some prominent thinkers.
Here’s what to expect for the post Covid-19 society:
Daniel Susskind, an economist from Oxford University, said that the world would only look significantly different. The problems we will face in the future will simply be more extreme than what we had.
James Manyika, chairman, and director of the McKinsey Global Institute, projections include the amplification of …
Before you say good riddance to the year 2020, why not pause for a moment and think of the positive things that happened despite the pandemic? Here’s to help you see the silver lining of COVID-19:
Members of the families were forced to stay at home, which allows families to bond with one another.
Mother earth has gotten its much-deserved respite from carbon emission. We have witnessed a dramatic fall in air pollution and greenhouse gas emission.
Empathy is magnified. Stories of people extending help to those who have lost their jobs and front liners working round-the-clock have dominated social media….
Same feathers flock together; this saying is literally true for birds but cliché with people. We live in a diverse neighborhood and society at large. There are whites, blacks, and people of color. This diversity even gets diversified because of our varied political beliefs.
These beliefs are supposed to unify rather than divide us, especially in the kind of political atmosphere we have right now where political people are on the brink of violence because each one believes differently. Whether we like it or not, we live in a world we should share. We cannot have a monopoly because the truth is often relative and unique to each group…
The universe has bestowed planet earth with millions of plant species all over the entire planet. There are unique species native to each country in the world. The abundance of flora is enough to feed every single person on our planet. However, the opposite is happening.
The environment’s degradation because of human greed and carelessness has massively dwindled plant species and degraded soils. Let us do our small act of kindness to mother nature; let us start with the food we eat. This way, we can also share some of nature’s harvest with those who are hungry.
Here are some creative ways to eat sustainably:
Talks about environmental concerns continue to echo in senate and congress hallways, but they are just mere spectacle. Environmental issues such as climate change, carbon emission, and the likes are louder now than before, but money still talks the loudest. While environmental activists are blowing the trumpets, capitalists are whispering in the dark, yet they are better heard.
Ordinary citizens and the less developed nations are the most vulnerable to the effects of environmental degradation. Scientists say that climate change is strengthening typhoons, hurricanes, and cyclones. The most destructive example of this is the typhoon…