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In the short term, it’s possible this kind of virtual restaurant might make restaurants safer places to work, mitigating the risk created by customers dining in close proximity to staff.
The country’s coal consumption declined from 2013 through 2017, during a national campaign to fight air pollution—then rebounded, as pressure to mitigate an economic slowdown took precedence.
While pursuing an “America First” foreign policy, it has not made payments to the Green Climate Fund, which was created to help developing countries adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change.
If someone tests positive, safety protocols would mitigate spread, at least throughout the football facility.
Whatever risk of acquisition you’ve sustained during the travel you’ll be able to mitigate by quarantining after you’ve arrived.
The city revamped its voting processes for the general election this year because of the coronavirus pandemic — namely, mailing a ballot to every registered voter — hoping to mitigate the long lines and technical issues that marked the June primary.
At his office, he says, “we had to have a sit-down meeting where we talked about what their concerns were, and I had to show them all the different things I was trying to do to mitigate them.”
It’s a big issue we all have the obligation of trying to mitigate as leaders of large companies.
I have patents on a few devices and algorithms, and just this year we developed potential protocols for mitigating the extreme costs of pandemics.
Until you grown-ups get it together to improve school curricula, young people can teach one another what’s happening to our planet and how to help mitigate the climate crisis.

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