If you travel across time zones for work or pleasure, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced the effects of jet lag. You know, the overwhelming physical fatigue and mental sluggishness that makes it almost impossible to focus on work-related tasks or enjoy a long-anticipated vacation. No doubt, jet lag is awful but there are a series of steps you can take before and after you arrive at your destination to minimize the symptoms. The following is a guide on how to beat jet lag quickly and effectively.
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The Green City Index completed by Siemens – a global leader in engineering and technology services – provides a unique assessment, comparing cities in terms of their environmental performance as a whole. 30 individual indicators are measured touching a wide range of environmental areas, from waste management and greenhouse gas emissions to water consumption and public transport.
Though cities can be assessed on their own green efforts, it’s difficult to compile a definitively ranked list – as each cities faces it’s own issues while working towards their own goals. It is easy however to see which cities are putting in the effort and setting an example for others to follow.
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Whether we’re venturing the rural outskirts of town or the edge of a distant continent, more of us are travelling than ever before. With locales around the world enjoying increased football, it’s become important for us to travel responsibly. This means ensuring that we leave the places we visit just as beautiful as when we arrived and reducing our holiday’s carbon footprint with repurposing.
Have a wonderful journey and a joyful vacation. But remember: wherever you go, take only photographs, leave only footprints.
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