The recent COVID-19 outbreak has shocked the world by taking lives and disrupting our everyday lifestyles. With the new waves and mutations of the virus, we need to continue incorporating necessary safety precautions to keep us healthy and safe from the virus.
In this unfortunate time of the pandemic, it is now more important than ever for us to rapidly adapt to a brand-new way of life, and in particular, how we practice personal hygiene –
Do you know that water makes up 70% of the earth that we live in? Water may seem abundant, but sadly, the world’s water supply is being badly damaged, no thanks to climate change. This global phenomenon is altering our weather worldwide, causing droughts and drying up rivers and lakes in some parts of the world. Moreover, whatever little natural water resources that we are left with are heavily polluted for us to use. It’s no wonder that 1.1 billion people around the world lack access to clean and safe water.