The North is empty. The doors are shuttered and every day new ‘for rent’ and ‘for sale’ signs are going up. Some of the business owners I spoke with said they would be extremely challenged to make it until Christmas if this isn’t over.
This year – 2020 – is a tough year for many reasons, but it’s also the year Thailand tackles its worst drought in 40 years!! I can not express how alarming it is when the wettest region in the world – the tropics – experiences drought
An Infodemic is when we experience an overload of information – which is usually false or unverified (non-peer-reviewed) information – and it’s a common reality during a crisis, which is why a pandemic ignites a Infodemic.
Surely this was the week we saw global acceptance of the huge challenges facing us in overcoming the pandemic? Of course there will always be those who doubt what is right in front of their eyes, but the majority is what matters, right?
More than 11,000 scientists from all over the world came together with 25 years of data, showing us the world is heading towards catastrophic outcomes for all life on planet earth, and for humans “untold suffering.”
This week, the content around #BlackLivesMatter has become deeper and more reflective. There are people across whole swathes of society thinking about racism in a much deeper way. It feels like real change is possible.
If you haven’t noticed – and there’s a chance you won’t if you haven’t put images and links in your About section on LinkedIn before – but a short while back, the visual content that originally existed as part of your About section, is now broken out into a new section, called Featured.