With masks and single-use plastics being used every day, it’s no wonder people are using 250 to 300 per cent more plastic
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The International Solid Waste Association found that people are using 250 to 300 per cent more single use plastics because of the pandemic.
Smaller streets, green spaces and more accessible public transit could give Toronto an environmental facelift. Florian Mayer, a former research intern at Ryerson this past summer, is going to present his recommendations to the 54th International Making Cities Livable Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico on Oct. 2.
He now lives in Denmark, but he came to Canada to research ways to improve city infrastructure, namely roads, with a public health angle in mind.
Evidence suggests air, noise and light pollution could do more harm than students may think.