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Monthly Archives: August, 2020

How social isolation changes the brain

  World’s three hottest Julys happened in the last five years Last month was the world’s third-hottest July on record, new data show — the latest milestone in a global … Continue reading

12/08/2020 · Leave a comment

4 Strategies to Build Business Resilience Before the Next Disruption

  How to build your staff’s resilience while working remotely Four months into the pandemic and the strain on people’s resilience is beginning to show. It is difficult to remain … Continue reading

11/08/2020 · Leave a comment

29 simple tricks experts use to stay resilient during the toughest times

  How Collective Trauma Impacts Behavior, Mental Health, and Physical Health Collective trauma refers to a traumatic event that is shared by a group of people. It may involve a … Continue reading

10/08/2020 · Leave a comment

Is Humanity Doomed Because We Can’t Plan For The Long Term?

South Korea floods, landslides kill dozens, displace thousands At least 30 people have died, and 12 remain missing after 46 days of heavy rains in South Korea, with the country’s … Continue reading

09/08/2020 · Leave a comment

The Pandemic and Natural Disasters Are Colliding Again

  Physicists: 90% Chance of Human Society Collapsing Within Decades Deforestation coupled with the rampant destruction of natural resources will soon have devastating effects on the future of society as … Continue reading

08/08/2020 · Leave a comment

How learning in a crisis can build more resilient leadership

  How learning in a crisis can build more resilient leadership COVID-19 has highlighted how vital infrastructure is in supporting the functions on which society relies, such as healthcare and … Continue reading

07/08/2020 · Leave a comment

‘A critical situation’: Bangladesh in crisis as monsoon floods follow super-cyclone

  South Korea floods, landslides kill 14 Fourteen people were killed and more than 1,000 people forced from their homes as 42 consecutive days of rain, South Korea’s longest monsoon … Continue reading

06/08/2020 · Leave a comment

How (and why) you should practice gratitude, according to an expert

New study finds mindful nonreactivity is associated with altered neurophysiological responses to errors New research has found differences in the brain’s signal of error processing between those who are able … Continue reading

05/08/2020 · Leave a comment

11 Tips to Build Emotional Resilience

Pandemic puts countries’ resilience to the test The pandemic has forced companies and governments to relearn some basic lessons. In this case, the three “Rs” are resilience, reshoring and repurposing. … Continue reading

04/08/2020 · Leave a comment

The Deadliest Natural Disasters From The 20th Century

  The unluckiest museums in the world? Croatia faces string of natural disasters “What next: Godzilla?” said a citizen of Croatia’s capital after a freak storm hit Zagreb on the … Continue reading

03/08/2020 · Leave a comment

‘One day at a time’: To weather pandemic, learn how to bounce back

  ‘One day at a time’: To weather pandemic, learn how to bounce back To Lonnie Dupre, the Grand Marais-based Arctic explorer and mountaineer, enduring a pandemic is a little … Continue reading

02/08/2020 · Leave a comment

11 Tips to Build Emotional Resilience

Australia’s ‘black summer’ bushfires showed the impact of human-wrought change Australia’s “black summer” megafires were a severe blow to ecosystems already reeling from decades of adverse impacts. Feral predators and … Continue reading

01/08/2020 · Leave a comment

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