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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 01/05/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/01/05/dai…
Chinese View: India in 2020 is clumsier than India in 1962!

indiandefencereview.com/spotlights/chi…

#India #China
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1/7: This is a well done overview of the negative #IAQ impacts of gas stoves, the resulting health implications (which are inequitably distributed), & the larger social/political/economic forces still driving their use, via @voxdotcom & @drvox #AirQuality

vox.com/energy-and-env…
2/7: @nicolatwilley had a related piece on the negative #IAQ conditions prevalent in our homes last year in the @NewYorker. I recommend it as well.

#AirQuality #Health

newyorker.com/magazine/2019/…
3/7: For recent overview of indoor air quality, I strongly recommend @j_g_allen's & @cleantechcities new book - "Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance and Productivity" - hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?is…

#IEQ #environmentalquality #AirQuality #health #productivity
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People are asking whether patients with COVID19 who don’t have symptoms, e.g. cough or even just fever, can transmit the disease to others. The answer seems to be yes. Alas, this is not good news, but we can still take rational steps. Let’s talk about this. #QuarantineLoophole 1/
Should you avoid getting near symptomatic relatives? Yes, alas. What about college students or travelers returning home who aren't showing symptoms? That’s harder. If they could have been exposed, you should practice social distancing for a while, even if they're asymptomatic. 2/
If people are asymptomatic but have credibly been exposed to COVID19, they should be in home quarantine for 14 days, to be safe. But for how long can someone be asymptomatic and still transmit? It appears that this is on the order of 2-4 days. 3/
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1/3: How different society would look if we truly took the precautionary principle to heart - having to reasonably demonstrate a technology or policy wasn’t harmful to our physical & mental health, ...

@UnleashMind @sciam #scicomm #scicom #5G #mismatch

themindunleashed.com/2019/10/scient…
2/3: or the collective health/functioning of society (long term & short term), before implementing. And to make that assessment within an evolutionary framework - how far from our ancestral environments will the proposed...

#scicomm #scicom #5G #mismatch #evolutionarymismatch
3/3: technological or policy changes take us & what impacts will that have on the healthy functioning of physiological, psychological, & social/cultural systems? Will they create an evolutionary mismatch?

#scicomm #scicom #5G #mismatch #evolutionarymismatch
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1/6: Another interesting presentation from the 8th @VELUX Daylight Symposium on the relationship between daylight & the indoor #microbiome

#daylight #daylighting #wellness; also reported on at @ArchDaily

2/6: The associated peer-reviewed study (accessed here: microbiomejournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.11…) found little difference comparing the impact of visible vs ultraviolet light w/in daylight on the microbial communities found w/in indoor dust.

#daylight #daylighting #microbiome
3/6: However, it did find #daylight likely does have an impact on the composition of these communities. But there’s still a great deal to learn regarding the duration of exposure, intensity levels, ventilation, humidity, building materials, occupancy, microbial compositions, etc.
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1/6 What lesson can Baoshang Bank crisis teach us? How to improve efficiency and efficacy of current management system of the small and medium-sized banks in China? Please read a current commentary from Liu Xiaochun. mp.weixin.qq.com/s/7sQMVTgDUWsc… Image
2/6 China has a large number of SMBs, and most of them are urban commercial banks, rural commercial banks and rural credit cooperatives. Different banks have distinct characteristics of regional economic development, local culture and history, as well as business styles.
3/6 Commonly speaking, SMBs in China face three major risks, namely risk of asset quality, #liquidity risk (caused by maturity #mismatch, mismatch between asset and liability, and mismatch between on-balance-sheet and off-balance-sheet businesses) and corporate governance.
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