Warning: Long post ahead. May contain potentially sensitive/controversial opinions. This is a rant and not an informative piece of writing.
We're witnessing history in the making - a revolution for equality and justice. For some this revolution happening on our doorsteps, for others across seas.
Bags, bottles and other single-use plastic items will be banned in Canada starting in 2021.
These charities range from women, people of color, low-income housing with children, and the elderly. It's aiming towards the people who have been hit the hardest during this pandemic. Now in no way is this supposed to be political, but in America, we are struggling harder than most countries right now. So I thought I would write this up to remind everyone that there are still people that need our help!
How do we promote change? How do we promote change on a global scale? Especially when it comes to something as ambiguous yet dynamic as poverty. Countries have researched the general sources of global extreme poverty in their nations, but for individuals, day to day distinctive issues can be harder to aid.
The high growth rate of population is resulting in greater demand for housing in Pakistan. Urbanization is one of the serious issues caused due to over-population. Cities are finding it hard to accommodate huge inflow of people.
2020 has gone off to a rough start. The coronavirus pandemic currently has over 17 million cases. On top of that, the loss of jobs, high unemployment, numerous cancellations of large events, and so on. It has also taken the lives of over 150,000 people in the United States.
Recently, scientists have encountered a leak that contained methane in the Antarctic. Very few will question how a potent greenhouse gas can find its way to the icy waters of the Arctic, and the reason is microbes. Microbes or microorganisms like fungi and bacteria, to name a few, can be found everywhere, and they are beneficial to the environment. Not only do they recycle plant and animal matter, but they also recycle wastes. They are even liable for supplying adequate sums of oxygen into the Earth’s atmosphere, and they play a significant role in our lives as humans and animals as well. The microorganisms found in our bodies are coined as “normal flora” or “resident flora,” control the making of vitamins and nutrients we take in a while helping us to digest our food. Microorganisms have an impact on the medical field and the world of technology.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed"
It's gone now, but the energy still reverberates through the streets of Capitol Hill. What once was the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone-turned-Capitol Hill Organized Protest has gone back to being a police precinct and a recreational park. It didn't turn out to be the "summer of love" Mayor Jenny Durkan had hoped for and as time passed, the confusion as to what exactly the CHOP was only grew.
Has social media and society woken to the injustice faced by black people who become statistics of
If you're anything like me, you've been reflecting a lot lately. You've been thinking about health - how you practice physical and mental health in your home, workplace, and every day life. You've been thinking about race - how your skin colour can contribute to something much bigger than you realize. You've been thinking a lot - how you can make a change as the world seems to go more downhill every day.