Author: Jonathan

‘Code Red for Humanity’ as Climate Change is Real

More than three decades ago, few scientists sanctioned by the United Nations (UN) first warned that humans were fueling a dangerous greenhouse effect, and that if the world didn’t act collectively and deliberately to slow Earth’s warming, there could be “profound consequences” for people and nature alike. The scientists were right, but the world didn’t […]

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Globsyn Management Journal: A Research Repository of the Management Realm

Globsyn Management Journal (GMJ) has been a classy compendium of articles over the years. GMJ is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that includes: research papers, perspectives, interfaces, case studies, book reviews besides a host of academic and industry related write-ups. This makes GMJ a useful reference document and study material to academicians and industry practitioners. The […]

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COVID-19: Trending Terminologies – Part 2

Welcome back! Or, if you’re a new reader, you might want to read the first part of this series here! Keeping in tune with the first part, this second part will highlight several new terms that have emerged consequentially in association with the coronavirus disease. Let’s take a glance at the glossary of words that […]

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COVID-19: Trending Terminologies – Part 1

It’s been more than a year since the news first broke of novel coronavirus spreading in some parts of the world. Since its emergence, we have acquired a whole new way of life along with the development of a new vocabulary. Who would have thought that we would be discussing the basic concepts of virology […]

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COVID-19: From ‘Beware’ to ‘Be Aware’

We are presently living through one of the most challenging periods in the last 100 years or so. While the country is in the midst of a grave Second Wave of COVID-19 pandemic, with numbers of cases rising higher than last year, we are being compelled to remain inside for an uncertain timeframe, and confine […]

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