How the Coronavirus Offers a Chance to Slow Down and Shift Values
“The recent pictures of the air above China showed how two months without production cleared the skies and allowed people to breathe again,” she said, referring to the fact that carbon emissions and pollution from Chinese industry have declined since the virus first hit the country. Li Edelkoort.
This article explores how the coronavirus provides opportunities for new beginnings.
Keeping the Water On
Due to the importance of handwashing, many utility companies are keeping the water on regardless of payment. My own city announced last week that no one’s water will be shut off due to delinquent fees. Even the electric company is suspending shut offs.
Nuns Create Urban Wetlands in New Orleans
The sisters of St. Joseph are turning their New Orleans convent into urban wetlands.
“When complete, the Mirabeau Water Garden will be one of the country’s largest urban wetlands, managing stormwater and easing the workload of the city’s current drainage system. …The Mirabeau Water Garden will have the capacity to store 10 million gallons of water, diverting a deluge of stormwater from hitting the city’s drainage system all at once.”
When Life Gives You Lemons, Sing!
Italians are singing from balconies during the nationwide “lockdown”. Listen to their beautiful voices and encouragement from people in China.
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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
For my Star Trek friends, it’s Happy St. Patrick Stewart Day on BBC America!