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synonyms for mitigation

  • cure
  • extenuation
  • moderation
  • reduction
  • relief
  • remission
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  • increase
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“Now, while you have the luxury of being able to test new ways of measuring success alongside the soon-to-be-retired methods, is when you need to be adapting,” said Luke Taylor, founder of ad fraud mitigation company TrafficGuard.
‘YOU CAN FIND THOSE AUDIENCES ELSEWHERE’: ADVERTISERS SCRAMBLE FOR ANSWERS AFTER APPLE’S IDFA UPDATESEB JOSEPHFEBRUARY 4, 2021DIGIDAY
New data, meanwhile, suggests that schools do not contribute significantly to the virus’s spread when mitigation measures are in place, such as masks and good ventilation.
SAN FRANCISCO IS SUING ITS OWN SCHOOL DISTRICT IN A BID TO RESUME IN-PERSON CLASSESMARISA IATIFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It might be something that was just a handful of cases because the mitigation is happening.
U.S. RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS VARIANTS EMPHASIZES MASKS AND VACCINES INSTEAD OF LOCKDOWNSFENIT NIRAPPIL, BRITTANY SHAMMASFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Auditors also found it could take as long as nine years from the time a company was cited for violating emission standards before it was ordered to pay a fine or was required by a settlement to pay for a mitigation project.
AIR QUALITY REGULATORS IN “CANCER ALLEY” HAVE FALLEN DANGEROUSLY BEHINDBY MARK SCHLEIFSTEIN, THE TIMES-PICAYUNE AND THE ADVOCATEJANUARY 29, 2021PROPUBLICA
“Schools all over the country have very different levels of mitigation measures,” said Leana Wen, a physician and public health professor at George Washington University.
CDC FINDS SCANT SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS IN SCHOOLS WITH PRECAUTIONS IN PLACELAURA MECKLERJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Many companies have risk and compliance arms, and established processes for risk mitigation.
WORRIED ABOUT YOUR FIRM’S AI ETHICS? THESE STARTUPS ARE HERE TO HELP.KAREN HAOJANUARY 15, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
While testing is critical to containing the outbreak, a negative test result is not a pass to forgo social distancing, mask-wearing and other mitigation measures.
THREE REASONS A NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS TEST DOESN’T NECESSARILY MEAN YOU’RE NOT INFECTEDMARISA IATIJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The bill also severely scales back mitigation that would compensate the public for the damaging impacts that seawalls have on beaches.
SEAWALLS ARE NOT THE ANSWER TO COASTAL BLUFF EROSIONLAURA WALSHJANUARY 11, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The community mitigation tools that we have need to be utilized broadly to be able to slow the spread of SARS-CoV-2 from all infected persons, at least until we have those vaccines widely available.
PEOPLE WITHOUT SYMPTOMS SPREAD VIRUS IN MORE THAN HALF OF CASES, CDC MODEL FINDSBEN GUARINOJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
SB 1090 would have also required the California Coastal Commission to approve a public agency’s or homeowner’s application for erosion mitigation efforts IF they meet certain streamlined requirements for coastal mitigation.
BILL AIMED AT PREVENTING FUTURE BLUFF COLLAPSES ISN’T ALL ABOUT SEAWALLSPATRICIA BATESJANUARY 4, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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WORDS RELATED TO MITIGATION

  • abatement
  • assuagement
  • comfort
  • ease
  • easement
  • mitigation
  • palliation
  • palliative
  • remedy
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