I spent a few days last week doing some labwork at our field site station in the south part of Venice lagoon, finally a semi return to normality.
If we can call it that, as I stayed in a little sea-side apartment in the island of Pellestrina in order to stay closer and avoid daily public transport (if semi holidays become the new normality, I am in !) .
And I was inspired by this place to write this post..
We have seen these last few months how important our health is
And we have all tried to use this lockdown to do better choices for our 'health', perhaps we made sure to stay active or tried to look after our mental health, perhaps found a new love for cooking...
But do we realise that health goes hand in hand with sustainability?
Phase two is here!
Fìnally some of us will be able to exit this forced lock down
But not so fast, we still cannot go back to normality - no aggregations and we should keep some social distance
This means: time outdoors, yes, but likely alone
To feel less 'alone' here I suggest some new podcasts all about climate change.
Remember a while ago I posed the question: who is responsible for climate change and who should have the responsibility for taking action?
Well - what if I say that this crisis may give us some help to figure it out?
With the premise that I do think health should come first , I would like to discuss PPE today.
An aspect of this pandemic that is somewhat controversial and will apply even more to this phase two which will see us ‘social distancing’ while trying to get back to a normal life.
This is the so-called ‘co-existing’ phase, likely to be harder from an organisational point of view than simply following ‘stay at home’ rules.
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