Category: Essays

People as the Ingredient for Happiness

By Allycia Susanti

Published: July 30, 2022

The need for human connection is not only essential but also universal.

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Navigating Social Work Field Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges, Benefits and Opportunities

By Dionne Frank and Shonell Enoe

Published: December 15, 2021

The overall [COVID-19] experience must serve as an impetus to continue exploring and implementing new approaches to grow our academic programmes and national University.  

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Geospatial Representations of COVID-19: Evidential Relevance of Medical Geography for Health and Wellness

By Temitope D. Timothy OYEDOTUN, PhD

Published: December 10, 2021

A call for strengthening or re-introducing medical geography in geography departments across the globe is appropriate at this time, as it has the scope to tackle many health issues and complement the fields of biology and medicine.

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Restoration and management are important processes for the conservation and sustainable use of our mangrove resources

By Phillip Da Silva, BSc, MSc

Published: June 5, 2021 • World Environment Day 2021

The time may be right to collectively re-evaluate how we perceive mangroves and the goods and services they provide. 

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Carbon Removal: Opportunities to Restore Ecosystem and Combat Climate Change

By Denise Simmons, BSc, MSc

Published: June 5, 2021 • World Environment Day 2021

Additional research [should] be focused … on the development of an enabling framework to encourage the large-scale deployment of carbon dioxide removal.

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