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Sustainability in a Pandemic: Explanation of this Guide

A bibliography of sources concerning how the pandemic is impacting us in emotional/social issues with children in school, anxiety and depression, child/spousal abuse due to isolation, stress from financial issues as well as the environmental impact of suc

This guide is intended as an introductory aid to research in understanding how the pandemic is impacting society.  The impact is far reaching and includes, but not is not limited to, the following areas:

  • Emotional social issues with children in school
  • Anxiety and Depression during a pandemic
  • Impact of masks waste in the oceans
  • Child abuse and spousal abuse due to isolation and stress from financial issues

This guide includes sources from all media types (books, articles, videos, podcasts, etc.) and all areas.  Some are from government sources, some are peer reviewed and many are news or information articles.  Please note that this is an attempt to both keep up with the literature and the news being disseminated on this issue. As such, although sources included here are determined to be from reliable sources, the reader should assume responsibility for critical reliability as well.