Nile’s Project Urges Sepsis Awareness/Prevention for COVID-19 and Other Infectious Disease Survivors

Non-profit is sharing websites to find free access to online materials as sepsis risk increases due to pandemic

RIVERSIDE, CA, USA, June 4, 2020 / — Nile’s Project, a 501c3 non-profit foundation and public awareness/educational organization dedicated to preventing avoidable death and harm from infectious diseases, today announced an educational initiative to increase awareness of sepsis by those who have experienced COVID-19 or other infectious diseases.

“One of the deadly side effects of COVID-19 is that it makes patients especially vulnerable to sepsis, the body’s overwhelming and life-threatening response to infection of any kind,” said Ty Moss, Chief Executive Officer, Nile’s Project. “Sepsis can result from a skinned knee playing baseball, a cut on the finger acquired while gardening or a urinary tract infection, to give just a few examples.”

Moss added, “Our latest public awareness campaign is focused on educating people about the four signs of sepsis and to act fast if you or a loved one are experiencing two of these symptoms as identified by The Sepsis Alliance. We also applaud the U.S. government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for educating us all about what they’ve learned about the coronavirus.”

Moss urged everyone to learn more from the CDC at:

and from the Sepsis Alliance at:

Moss also voiced Nile’s Project’s support for a separate campaign by the CDC and many partners around the world that shines a light on the fact that sepsis is an entirely preventable disease.

He said the CDC’s ”Get Ahead of Sepsis. Know the Signs. Act Fast.” campaign provides clear data on the size of the problem and how to become educated and prevent harm and death by assessing useful tools at:

Brochures and videos for patients are available at:

Brochures and videos for healthcare workers can be accessed at:

“Sepsis is a preventable disease, but it must be acted upon fast to prevent harm,” Moss said. “Each year in the United States more than 1.7 million people get sepsis and 270,000 of them die. The CDC estimates of the 700,000 survivors of sepsis are living with the side effects and many COVID-19 patients who have suffered serious infections could be at risk.”

Moss recommended that people familiarize themselves with the
Sepsis Alliance’s ( powerful tool “T.I.M.E. pocket card” that lists the four signs of sepsis, namely:

• Temperature: Lower or Higher
• Infection of any Kind
• Mental decline
• Extreme pain

Moss said, “The T.I.M.E. pocket card is available for download at no charge on the Nile’s Project website at: and we strongly urge everyone to familiarize themselves with the warning signs of sepsis and to keep the card with them at all times, especially now that the coronavirus pandemic is such a threat.”

Moss added, “Preventing sepsis is crucial since its lifelong impacts can be devastating. This can include permanent damage to vital internal organs and even loss of limbs. Nile’s Project is committed to educating everyone so sepsis can be identified at the earliest possible opportunity. If you are a sepsis survivor, this link will help you understand that living after sepsis may be very different and that you are not alone.” That link is:

Nile’s Project was formed in 2007 when Ty and Carole Moss unexpectedly lost their 15- year-old son Nile, who died from delayed treatment of sepsis after he contracted a bacterial infection called MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) from unclean surfaces while undergoing an MRI at the top Children’s hospital in Orange County, California.

“Getting Ahead of Sepsis in the Time of COVID-19” is the latest public health advocacy initiative launched by Nile’s Project. The organization is educating the public by supporting and promoting the CDC’s Sepsis Awareness Campaign, “Getting Ahead of Sepsis. Know the Signs. Act Fast” and the Sepsis Alliance’s T.I.M.E. initiative.

Nile’s Project is making a wide range of CDC and the Sepsis Alliance materials available to print or download at no charge at:

Specifically, Nile’s Project urges people to click on the links titled “Getting Ahead of Sepsis in the Time of COVID-19,” and then clicking on the Sepsis Alliance “T.I.M.E.” card graphic.

Website visitors can also click on the link from the CDC titled, “Get Ahead of Sepsis. Know the Signs. Act Fast.” for printable brochures and posters.

Additionally, both Carole and Ty Moss are available for online or virtual meeting presentations about how to prevent sepsis, with the special emphasis on how COVID-19 increases risks of the disease.

“Nile’s Project believes those benefitting from these online, remote and virtual meetings include businesses, schools, religious organizations and other groups, plus local state and national governments and agencies,” Moss said. Arrangements can be made by contacting Carole Moss:

Nile’s Project has been a vital part of patient safety advocacy since its inception. It has partnered with the CDC, including serving on its Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee. Carole Moss is a voting member with scientists and laboratory experts on improving outpatient clinical diagnostic testing capabilities. She also serves as a subject matter expert on the California Hospital Acquired Infection Advisory Committee.

The couple reach over a million listeners nationwide through drive-time radio interviews, sharing what they’ve learned from experts about preventing the spread of infectious diseases in healthcare venues and in the community as a whole. They’ve also provided information about the urgent need to understand and prevent the threat of sepsis.

Nile’s Project received a “Humanitarian Award” from the Long Beach Unified School District in California, and a “Hero Award” from KNX News Radio in Los Angeles.

About Nile’s Project
Nile’s Project is a coalition of Nile’s friends, entertainers, musicians, artists and others dedicated to ending unnecessary deaths from MRSA, Staph, C.diff, VRE, Covid-19, Sepsis
and other hospital acquired and community acquired infections. Nile’s Project is devoted to ending the suffering and preventable deaths through education and public awareness. Website:


Ty Moss
Nile's Project
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Taste Canada Awards Reveal the 2020 Submissions List

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This year, 86 cookbooks entered the competition, with authors represented from 7 provinces, competing to win Canada's coveted food writing awards.



1. Taste Canada releases list of submissions for the 2020 awards.

2. Shortlist to be announced on June 25, 2020.

3. Taste Canada Awards Ceremony goes virtual, taking place on October 25, 2020.

4. Canadian cookbook fun facts.


Now in its 23rd year, Taste Canada Awards / Les Lauréats des Saveurs du Canada ( has announced the full list of cookbooks competing for a coveted culinary writing award.

“Now, more than ever, people are cooking at home and taking culinary adventures in their very own kitchens. This is a tremendous opportunity to wave our Canadian flags in celebration of our talented Canadian authors and their outstanding cookbooks,” says Karen Baxter, Executive Director, Taste Canada.

Each year, Taste Canada presents awards to some of the best food and beverage authors in both official languages. The jury is comprised of volunteers from Canada’s culinary profession appointed by an independent selection committee. This year, 86 cookbooks entered the competition, with authors represented from 7 provinces.

The shortlist, to be revealed online on June 25, 2020, narrows the competition to a maximum of 5 entries per category.

Additionally, we're announcing that Taste Canada will forego a physical ceremony for the 2020 awards. Instead, a live virtual Awards Ceremony will take place on October 25, 2020, which promises to be an interactive evening in celebration of the winning authors.



**English-Language Books / Les livres langue anglaise**

<Culinary Narratives>

Chop Suey Nation by Ann Hui, Douglas & McIntyre, Madeira Park

Gardening with Emma: Grow and Have Fun: A Kid-to-Kid Guide by Emma Biggs and Steven Biggs, Storey Publishing (Thomas Allen & Son), Markham

Grow Lemons Where You Think You Can't by Steven Biggs, Author, Toronto

Island Craft: Your Guide to the Breweries of Vancouver Island by Jon Stott, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Lost Feast: Culinary Extinction and the Future of Food by Lenore Newman, ECW Press, Toronto

Pepper: A Guide to the World's Favorite Spice by Joe Barth, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, MD

Valleys of Wine by Luke Whittall, Whitecap Books, Vancouver

<General Cookbooks>

Best of Bridge Comfort Food: Recipes for Family and Friends by Emily Richards and Sylvia Kong, Robert Rose, Toronto

Duchess at Home by Giselle Courteau, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Gather: A Dirty Apron Cookbook by David Robertson and Kerry Gold, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

Fraiche Food, Full Hearts: A Collection of Recipes for Every Day and Casual Celebrations by Jillian Harris and Tori Wesszer, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Kitchen Party by Mary Berg, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Let Me Feed You by Rosie Daykin, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Olive + Gourmando The Cookbook by Dyan Solomon, Ko Média, Montréal

The Domestic Geek's Meals Made Easy: A Fresh, Fuss-Free Approach to Healthy Cooking by Sara Lynn Cauchon, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The HealthNut Cookbook: Energize Your Day with Over 100 Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Meals by Nikole Goncalves, Penguin Canada, Toronto

<Regional/Cultural Cookbooks>

Burdock & Co by Andrea Carlson, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Calgary Eats: Signature Recipes from the City’s Best Restaurants and Bars by Gail Norton and Karen Ralph, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

Cedar and Salt: Vancouver Island Recipes from Forest, Farm, Field and Sea by DL Acken and Emily Lycopolus, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Coconut Lagoon: Recipes from a South Indian Kitchen by Joe Thottungal and Anne DesBrisay, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

From Rum to Rhubarb: Modern Recipes for Newfoundland Fruits, Vegetables, and Berries by Roger Pickavance, Boulder Books, Portugal Cove-St. Philip's

Kid Food Nation Cookbook: Volume 3 by Jared Morrow, Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

Kosher Style by Amy Rosen, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Rocky Mountain Cooking by Katie Mitzel, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Secrets from My Vietnamese Kitchen by Kim Thúy, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine by Shane M. Chartrand and Jennifer Cockrall-King, House of Anansi Press, Toronto

The Prairie Table by Karlynn Johnston, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

The World of Parsi Cooking: Food Across Borders by Niloufer Mavalvala, Author, Mississauga

Wildness: An Ode to Newfoundland and Labrador by Jeremy Charles, Phaidon, New York, NY

<Single-Subject Cookbooks>

Adventures in Bubbles and Brine: What I learned from Nova Scotia's masters of fermented foods – craft beer, cider, cheese, sauerkraut, and more by Philip Moscovitch, Formac Publishing, Halifax

Bake the Seasons: Sweet and Savoury Dishes to Enjoy Throughout the Year by Marcella DiLonardo, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Beer, Food and Friends by Sylvain Perron, Klorofil, Chicoutimi

Craft Cocktails: Seasonally Inspired Drinks and Snacks from Our Sipping Room by Geoff Dillon and Whitney Rorison, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Dirty Food: sticky, saucy, gooey, crumbly, messy, shareable food by Julie Van Rosendaal, Author/Dinner with Julie, Calgary

Fuel Your Day by Madame Labriski, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Living High Off the Hog by Michael Olson, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Modern Lunch by Allison Day, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Oven to Table: Over 100 One-Pot and One-Pan Recipes for Your Sheet Pan, Skillet, Dutch Oven, and More by Jan Scott, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The 3-Ingredient Baking Book: 101 Simple, Sweet and Stress-Free Recipes by Charmian Christie, Robert Rose, Toronto

The Little Island Bake Shop: Heirloom Recipes Made for Sharing by Jana Roerick and Joanne Sasvari, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

The Olive Oil and Vinegar Lover's Cookbook: Revised and Updated by Emily Lycopolus, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Vegetables First by Ricardo Larrivée, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

<Health and Special Diet Cookbooks>

East Coast Keto by Bobbi Pike and Geoff Pike, Breakwater Books, St. John’s

Eat More Plants: Over 100 Anti-Inflammatory, Plant-Based Recipes for Vibrant Living by Desiree Nielsen, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Everyone's Welcome: The Art of Living and Eating Allergen-Free by Amanda Orlando, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Island Vegan by Marian Frances White, Breakwater Books, St. John’s

Liv B’s Vegan on a Budget: 112 Inspired and Effortless Plant-Based Recipes by Olivia Biermann, Robert Rose, Toronto

Peace, Love and Fibre by Mairlyn Smith, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Sprout Right Family Food: Good Nutrition and Over 130 Simple Recipes for Baby, Toddler, and the Whole Family by Lianne Phillipson, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The 30-Day Hormone Solution: The Key to Better Health and Natural Weight Loss by Samantha Gladish, Page Street, Salem, MA

The Brain Boosting Diet – Feed Your Memory by Norene Gilletz and Dr. Edward Wein, Whitecap Books, Markham

The Buddhist Chef by Jean-Philippe Cyr, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

The Joyous Cookbook: Real Food, Nourishing Recipes for Everyday Living by Joy McCarthy, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The Living Kitchen by Tamara Green and Sarah Grossman, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

The Long Table Cook Book, Plant-Based Recipes for Optimal Health by Amy Symington, Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver

The Obesity Code Cookbook by Dr. Jason Fung, Greystone Books, Vancouver

Vegan Comfort Cooking: 75 Plant-Based Recipes to Satisfy Cravings and Warm Your Soul by Melanie McDonald, Page Street, Salem, MA

**Les livres langue française / French-Language Books**

<Les narrations culinaires>

L'avenir est dans le champ par Marie-Claude Lortie et Jean-Martin Fortier, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Le goût de la bière fermière – De la tradition à l’innovation locale et écoresponsable par Martin Thibault, Druide, Montréal

Lexique français-anglais de la cuisine et de la restauration par Diana Bruno, Centre collégial de développement de matériel didactique [CCDMD], Montréal

Mieux conserver ses aliments pour moins gaspiller par Anne-Marie Desbiens, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Oui, tout est permis par Hubert Cormier, Éditions la Semaine, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine générale>

Fiesta santé. Mes recettes et trucs pour commencer à bouger et être débordante d’énergie par Alexandra Diaz, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Olive + Gourmando : Le livre de recettes par Dyan Soloman, KO Éditions, Montréal

Soupers rapides par Geneviève O’Gleman, Groupe Sogides/Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Survivre en appart par Rosalie Lessard, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Végé gourmand par Linda Montpetit, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine régionale et culturelle>

Ancora! par Maria Di Domenico, Auteur, Québec

Défi des p'tits chefs – les recettes, Volume 3 par Béatrice Savoie-Frenette, Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

FORÊT Identifier, cueillir, cuisiner par Ariane Paré Le Gal et Gérald Le Gal, Les Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

Saveurs d'Acadie cuisine traditionnelle et d'aujourd'hui par Anne Godin et Amélie Poirier, Éditions LGO (La Grande Ourse limitée), Moncton

Tables véganes – Menus d'ici et d'ailleurs par Élise Desaulniers et Patricia Martin, Trécarré, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine sujet unique>

C'est l'heure du lunch! 50 recettes + trucs et conseils par Nancy Bordeleau, Trécarré, Montréal

Cuisine de pêche par Stéphane Modat, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Déjeuners protéinés par Hubert Cormier, Éditions la Semaine, Montréal

Food Prep pour repas improvisés par Jessika Langlois, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

L'apéro au Québec: cocktails locaux et de saison par Maxime Coubès et Rose Simard, KO Éditions, Montréal

Les Lunchs par Geneviève O’Gleman, Groupe Sogides/Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Mangez et buvez-en tous par Sylvain Perron, Klorofil, Chicoutimi

Parcours sucré par Patrice Demers, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine santé et diète particulière>

Comptoir végan par Gabrielle Cossette et Aurélie Lacroix, Parfum d'encre, Montréal

Le Meal Prep 2 – Du déjeuner au souper! 80 nouveaux repas à cuisiner d'avance par Jimmy Sévigny, Trécarré, Montréal

Les bonnes choses : cuisine végane au fil du jour par Eline Bonnin, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Loounie cuisine par Caroline Huard, KO Éditions, Montréal

Mes grands classiques véganes – 100 nouvelles recettes véganes inspirées des classiques par Jean-Philippe Cyr, Les Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

Savoir quoi manger – TDAH par Elisabeth Cerquiera, Modus Vivendi, Montréal



Which book segment has higher sales in Canada: cookbooks or fiction?

The answer: COOKBOOKS! Cookbooks remain a very large industry in Canada. Did you know that in 2019, according to BookNet, the total unit of print books sold in Canada in the “cooking” subject category amounted to at least 1.6 million, for a total value of $38 million? Shout it from every kitchen across the country, Canadians love cookbooks!


In a recent survey by Dalhousie University, for people born before 1946, 95% ate meals prepared by parents or a caregiver at home when growing up. That percentage dropped significantly over the years. Millennials were not exposed to home cooked meals as much, and neither was Generation Z. About 64% of Millennials regularly ate home-cooked meals when growing up, compared to 55% for Gen Z.

In that same survey conducted by Dalhousie University, 68.4% of Canadians would like to spend more time preparing food at home. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, many younger generations are doing just that, becoming familiar with cooking and spending more time in the kitchen.

Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, Dean of the Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University, states "reading a cookbook is like watching a good movie. We can project ourselves into the story, imagine we can do things we never thought possible, making us dream. Some cookbooks these days are masterpieces, works of art."


Nearly a month after the Facebook page for "The Official Quarantine Cookbook" gained thousands of followers, the book is available to buy. Author Dawna Doell of Martensville, Saskatchewan, has already some over 4,000 pre-orders, placing the book on the national bestseller list.


A champion of Canadian cookbooks, Taste Canada inspires and encourages readers at home and abroad to discover delicious recipes and diverse food stories written from a Canadian perspective. Taste Canada brings together Canadian food and beverage writers, publishers, chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, industry, post-secondary culinary colleges, media and cookbook fans, recognizing that food connects us all.

Taste Canada is a not-for-profit organization and remains sustainable due to the generous support and sponsorship received from industry partners. Since 1998, Taste Canada has presented awards to the best Canadian food writers.

Stay tuned for more information about the virtual Awards Ceremony, our esteemed hosts, and additional promotions surrounding the awards. In the interim, interviews with Karen Baxter, Executive Director, Taste Canada, or any of the nominated authors can be facilitated. Contact Steven Hellmann, Taste Canada Publicist, at with any requests.

A French version of the press release is available. Please request such from our publicist. Additional information and updates can be found at

Steven Hellmann, Publicist
Taste Canada Awards
+1 416-826-1997
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Frances Briggs Memorial Scholarships Recipients Announced

The late, Frances Briggs

The late, Frances Briggs

by Jordan F. Briggs

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, UNITED STATES, May 19, 2020 / — Two California students who were awarded the Frances Briggs Memorial Scholarship will receive $1,000 for the 2020-2021 academic year. Pittsburg High School seniors, Joshua Rei Quisao and Alondra Yaquelin Rodriguez were named the 2020 scholarship recipients during a virtual award ceremony on May 18, 2020.

The scholarships are funded privately and honor the memory of Frances Briggs. They are awarded to exceptionally promising high school seniors who pursue postsecondary education that leads to a teaching position, and have a financial need.

Alondra Yaquelin Rodriguez will be attending California State University, East Bay. She volunteered at several elementary schools while attending high school and says that’s where her interest in becoming a teacher, grew.

Rodriguez shared that her “goal is to obtain my bachelor’s degree and teaching credential at the same time through a program offered by most California State Universities.”

Joshua Rei Quisao has committed to the University of California, Davis. He spoke about his inspiration to teach while on a student excursion in Quito, Ecuador. “I carried dry-erase markers and paper in my Old Navy back pack. I spent three days tutoring students in Quito. It was a point during my life that I realized I enjoyed leading and wanted to become a teacher,” he shared.

“Joshua and Alondra are familiar with the demands and still enthusiastically look forward to becoming exceptional teachers,” stated Fran Briggs, member of the Frances Briggs Memorial Committee. “Tuition and other expenses continue to rise, so they may need some assistance along the way. We’re honored to ease some of the financial burden.”

The scholarships are endowed by the family to honor Briggs for her six-decade, devotion to serving and teaching students from pre-kindergarten, to high school.

California resident, Elaine Duhay recalled that after graduating a decade ago, she told Frances Briggs that she was going to college. The educator congratulated her, smiled, and wrote her a check to buy her books.

Duhay said she was moved to tears by her generosity, but didn’t accept the check, initially. “It was way too much money,” she explained. “I took it only after Mrs. Briggs sternly asked me to take it. I had no idea how expensive college books were, but Mrs. Briggs, did.”


Frances Briggs graduated with B. A., in Education, and a minor in Music Education, from San Francisco State. She later earned a master degree from St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA. She was a dedicated, kind, and innovative teacher that positively influenced, voluntarily tutored, and mentored students for 60 years. In 1958, the globally renowned, Radio City Music Hall in New York invited her to Manhattan. There she was offered a contract to perform as a musical artist. Frances politely declined citing her commitment to her family, community, and vocation as an educator. She enjoyed gardening; traveling, teaching, writing plays; choreographing; live performances, and spending time with family and friends. As the wife of Jim Briggs, the couple had seven children. The Frances Briggs Memorial Scholarships Committee is committed to serving students, and preserving the legacy of its namesake.

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Joy, Peace and Tranquility at Ladera Resort

Ladera Resort

Ladera Resort has launched new green initiatives during this challenging period of international lockdowns.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, May 7, 2020 / — With breathtaking panoramic views of the island’s majestic Pitons, Ladera Resort is situated on 17 acre UNESCO World Heritage site in St. Lucia on a volcanic ridgeline at 1,000 feet above the Caribbean Sea.

Green Globe recertified Ladera Resort in February this year.

Management and staff at the resort are committed to their sustainability vision without compromising their luxurious standards and service. Ladera Resort has even launched new green initiatives during this challenging period of international lockdowns.

Water Project

Ladera Resort is dedicated to keeping the island of St. Lucia clean and pristine with the elimination of plastic bottles and straws. In addition, 100% spring water is packaged in recyclable paper cartons made from FSC certified forest trees with caps made of sugarcane. By partnering with JUST Water, the resort has reduced plastic waste by over 80,000 bottles per year.

Food Education Programs

Ray, Head Gardener at the resort, has a passion for St. Lucian flora and fauna. He is in charge of landscaping and grows fruit trees and exotic flowers at the property. Fresh vegetables and herbs are also harvested to create delicious dishes at Dasheene, the resort’s restaurant. Every part of each product is used if possible. Coconuts grown at the island are consumed as coconut water, coconut meat is used in pastries and shells form protective gardening borders to prevent erosion.

Furthermore, Ray conducts educational onsite garden tours for guests and in the wider community, Ladera Resort assists children by positively influencing their eating habits. The resort supports the Les Etangs Combined School and has planted a variety of fruit trees in their school yard where students are taught about the different fruits and their nutritional qualities. This project will have lasting health benefits for generations to come.

Online Wellness Videos

While the resort may be temporarily closed, Ladera Resort has created and is posting short wellness videos produced at the property and featuring breathtaking backdrops of the 5 star paradise property including the volcanic ridge, the pair of Pitons, the Caribbean Sea or lush rainforest.

Christina Gandara, General Manager at the resort said, “We have been so inspired by the outpouring of compassion, sensitivity and positive actions toward practicing social distancing and handling these very uncertain days that we decided to bring a little Ladera St. Lucia Wellness, with some joy, peace and tranquillity, into homes. We will be posting “Live with Ladera Wellness” videos on social media and on our website.”

In the comfort of your own home you can enjoy inspiring videos covering Yoga & Meditation with Anson, Hiking & Wellness in the Garden with Eustace the Property & Maintenance Manager/ Champion of Sustainability and Ray the Head Gardener, Cooking Farm-to-Table with Chef Nigel using his secret recipes and Carpentry with the Ladera Master Craftsmen.

For more information please see or the resort’s Facebook page.

Bradley Cox
Green Globe
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Global Digital Publishing Market Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2020-2025

Digital Publishing

Digital Publishing adds “Digital Publishing Global Market Report 2020-30” reports to its database.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, May 5, 2020 / — Digital Publishing Market:

Executive Summary

The global digital publishing market is expected to grow from $44.8 billion in 2019 to about $66.7 billion in 2020 due to an increase in demand for digital publishing as more number of people are staying at home for self-quarantine/lockdown. More amount of digital services are being consumed for entertainment as well as knowledge gaining with the help of digital publishing content such as news, articles, journals and others. The market is expected to stabilize and reach $59.9 billion at a CAGR of 7.5% through 2023.

The digital publishing market consists of sales of digital content and related services in media industry. The digital publishing market includes the sales of digital content in the form of text, audio and video in the digital platforms like social media, website and search engine. The digital publishing companies are primarily engaged in the developing of broad range of digital content like advertising and publishing by periodical advertising, educational content like journals and medical publishing, informative content like news, magazine, newsletter publishing and financial magazines.

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Consumers are increasingly using internet-based set-top boxes for high quality video-content and audio-content. The global android set-top boxes market size is expected to reach $695.9 million by 2025 from $172.5 million in 2018 according to a market analysis. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has decided to completely shut down analog TV transmission by 2023 and recommended introduction of digital broadcast transmission. The rising adoption of Android STBs with integration of OTT apps in place of analog TVs is further expected to drive the digital publishing market.

The global digital publishing market has been geographically segmented into North America, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, South America and Middle East & Africa. Asia Pacific was the largest region in the digital publishing market in 2019.

The digital publishing market covered in this report is segmented by type into text content , video content, audio content. It is also segmented by end user into scientific, technical, and medical (STM), legal and business and by application into smart phones, laptops, PCs, others.

Increasing digitization of books and educational information is contributing to the growth of digital publishing market. Conversion of the information into digital format contributed to the change in learning methods like the shift from traditional printed textbooks to digital modes such as e-readers, smartphones, and tablets. Fro instance, by 2020, the Indian book market is expected to reach INR 739 Billion from INR 261 Billion in 2015 and more than 70% of the publishers have digitized the content to produce e-books versions for easy access of digital content for smartphones and e-readers. In 2016, respondents to a global survey stated that they frequently use PCs/Laptops (94%), Televisions (93%) and smart phones (87%) for accessing media. As the educational institutions are increasingly focused on Information & Communication Technology there will be a shift in the way to deliver knowledge which is expected to drive the market.

In 2019, Future Plc a UK-based global multi-platform media company expertised in specialist consumers and B2B sectors including technology, gaming & entertainment, music, creative & photography, home interest, education and television proposed acquisition of TI Media for £140 million in cash. This deal would introduce Future Plc to three new verticals of portfolio like Lifestyle, Women’s Interest and Sport expand the portfolio of Future Plc to more than 220 global brands which includes brands like Decanter, Wallpaper*, Country Life and Marie Claire UK. TI Media is a UK-based digital publisher and magazine company with a diverse portfolio which serves new verticals like Golf, Gardening, Home, Cycling, Country living and Wine.

The threat from open educational resources and alternative textbook sources is one of the biggest challenges faced by digital publishing market. The market growth may be hindered by the availability and accessibility of either free or affordable resources on the web. The revenue generated will be affected owing to the emergence of no-cost access, adaption and use of content available online with limited or no restrictions. In 2017, New York state has made a $8 million investment for developing open educational resources with the goal of lowering the education cost in the state. Customers are preferring less use of journals and resources which require subscription since there are a large number of resources available on online platform for free

Sourcing and Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report is sourced using end notes.Major players in the digital publishing market are Thomson Reuters Corp., RELX Group Plc, Adobe Inc., Xerox Corp., Apple Inc., Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck GmbH, Inc., Netflix Inc., Comcast Corp., Alphabet Inc.


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Secondary Macronutrients Market 2020 Industry Trends, Production, Sales, Supply, Demand, Analysis & Forecast to 2026

This report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, May 4, 2020 / — Secondary macronutrients are often used in gardening to help plants that are in distress while boosting their overall health and growth. The main secondary macronutrients include magnesium, sulfur, and calcium.
Asia Pacific is projected to be fastest-growing market for secondary macronutrients over the next five years. This is attributed to the high usage of fertilizers in countries such as China, which is the largest producer of lime, sulfur, and magnesite.
Global Secondary Macronutrients market size will increase to 32400 Million US$ by 2025, from 24600 Million US$ in 2018, at a CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period. In this study, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Secondary Macronutrients.

This report researches the worldwide Secondary Macronutrients market size (value, capacity, production and consumption) in key regions like United States, Europe, Asia Pacific (China, Japan) and other regions.
This study categorizes the global Secondary Macronutrients breakdown data by manufacturers, region, type and application, also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.

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The following manufacturers are covered in this report:
Yara International
Mosaic Company
Israel Chemicals
Koch Industries
Coromandel International
Deepak Fertilisers and Petrochemicals
Haifa Chemicals
Sapec Agro Business
Kugler Company

Secondary Macronutrients Breakdown Data by Type
Secondary Macronutrients Breakdown Data by Application
Cereals & grains
Oilseeds & pulses
Fruits & vegetables

Secondary Macronutrients Production Breakdown Data by Region
United States
Other Regions

Regional analysis:
The report provides a comprehensive regional analysis taking various aspects in to account. Here the key players have been identified understanding the strategies applied by them. In concurrence, the partnership level can be analysed, along with the associated factors or scopes to merge. Here the key markets like Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East &amp; Africa has been taken in to account. The report makes prediction of the market up to 2026

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Table of Contents

Global Secondary Macronutrients Market Research Report 2019-2025, by Manufacturers, Regions, Types and Applications
1 Study Coverage
1.1 Secondary Macronutrients Product
1.2 Key Market Segments in This Study
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered
1.4 Market by Type
1.4.1 Global Secondary Macronutrients Market Size Growth Rate by Type
1.4.2 Sulfur
1.4.3 Calcium
1.4.4 Magnesium
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Secondary Macronutrients Market Size Growth Rate by Application
1.5.2 Cereals & grains
1.5.3 Oilseeds & pulses
1.5.4 Fruits & vegetables
1.5.5 Others
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary
2.1 Global Secondary Macronutrients Production
2.1.1 Global Secondary Macronutrients Revenue 2014-2025
2.1.2 Global Secondary Macronutrients Production 2014-2025
2.1.3 Global Secondary Macronutrients Capacity 2014-2025
2.1.4 Global Secondary Macronutrients Marketing Pricing and Trends
2.2 Secondary Macronutrients Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-2025
2.3 Analysis of Competitive Landscape
2.3.1 Manufacturers Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
2.3.2 Key Secondary Macronutrients Manufacturers
2.4 Market Drivers, Trends and Issues
2.5 Macroscopic Indicator
2.5.1 GDP for Major Regions
2.5.2 Price of Raw Materials in Dollars: Evolution
8 Manufacturers Profiles
8.1 Nutrien
8.1.1 Nutrien Company Details
8.1.2 Company Description
8.1.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.1.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description
8.1.5 SWOT Analysis
8.2 Yara International
8.2.1 Yara International Company Details
8.2.2 Company Description
8.2.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.2.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description
8.2.5 SWOT Analysis
8.3 Mosaic Company
8.3.1 Mosaic Company Company Details
8.3.2 Company Description
8.3.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.3.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description
8.3.5 SWOT Analysis
8.4 Israel Chemicals
8.4.1 Israel Chemicals Company Details
8.4.2 Company Description
8.4.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.4.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description
8.4.5 SWOT Analysis
8.5 K+S
8.5.1 K+S Company Details
8.5.2 Company Description
8.5.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.5.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description
8.5.5 SWOT Analysis
8.6 Nufarm
8.6.1 Nufarm Company Details
8.6.2 Company Description
8.6.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.6.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description
8.6.5 SWOT Analysis
8.7 Koch Industries
8.7.1 Koch Industries Company Details
8.7.2 Company Description
8.7.3 Capacity, Production and Value of Secondary Macronutrients
8.7.4 Secondary Macronutrients Product Description

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Coral Reef Preservation Paramount at Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives

Coral Reefs at Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives

Marine conservation efforts are a priority at this island resort.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2020 / — Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives was Green Globe Certified for the first time in 2020.

Marine conservation efforts are a priority at this island resort. Peter Pringle, Resident Marine Biologist at Grand Park Kodhippar details some of the key environmental initiatives at the property.

Since opening in 2017, Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives has established several coral gardening projects, where coral pieces from the House Reef are attached to purposely built underwater structures.

Upon arrival at the marina area, guests are welcomed by an artificial reef installed below the reception deck. This tunnel-shaped metal frame had several small pieces of coral attached to it during the first year of hotel operations and is now attracting additional marine life such as juvenile fishes, some already around twenty centimetres in diameter, that have developed into large colonies.

Coral nurseries have also been installed in areas of the natural House Reef. The largest of these is a mid-water rope nursery, containing 100 pieces of attached coral, that was built up over 2019 and is set in deep water near the overwater villas. Rope nurseries effectively lift attached coral pieces to grow several feet off the sea bottom, away from fine sand and competitor organisms that might normally prevent their optimal growth and survival.

Many coral nurseries use fragments taken from colonies living on the reef, removed from the ‘donor’ colony and attached in a different area to grow into a new colony (similar to how cuttings are used to propagate plants). However, as Maldivian reefs are still recovering from mass coral die-offs experienced in recent marine heat waves, we prefer to leave the surviving colonies on the reef completely intact. Instead, fragments broken off by strong waves are used for the feeding activities of marine animals or other actions. Collecting these “corals of opportunity” enhances the long-term survival prospects of each coral. We remove corals that are covered by sand and likely to die and transfer them to the mid-water rope nursery.

The resort has also devised a new interactive educational reef activity. A different style of nursery, consisting of frames holding coral fragments attached to cement pieces, was recently established and allows guests to actively participate in coral gardening. Coral fragments are attached to cone-shaped cement pieces above water using a special waterproof glue. Participants are able to swim their ‘baby coral’ out from shore to place it in the nursery. According to Peter, participants can better understand how coral colonies live and grow from the physical action of planting a coral, something not always easy to explain by simply using diagrams and pictures.

Ultimately, after several years growth in the nursery environment the corals are ready for transplanting. While coral gardening is certainly not a replacement for conservation actions needed for the continued survival of coral reefs, such as reducing carbon emissions to lessen climate change effects and improving water quality, it is constructive in increasing awareness of reef conservation and coral biology.

About Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives
Located on North Malé Atoll and a mere 20 minutes by speedboat from Velana International Airport, Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives is a luxurious one-island-one resort destination in the Maldives featuring a collection of 120 idyllic beach-front pool villas, breathtaking overwater villas and spacious two-bedroom villas. Designed by world-renowned hospitality firm, Hirsch Bedner Associates, the resort is an oasis of luxury and tranquillity featuring open and breezy public spaces alongside modern interiors inspired by the Maldivian the island, local traditions and crafts. An unrivalled range of leisure facilities includes an overwater spa with seven treatment rooms, a fully-equipped PADI dive facility, a recreation beach club, Little Explorers kids' club, three outstanding destination-dining offerings and an infinity pool. Connect with Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives on social media – Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

About Park Hotel Group
Headquartered in Singapore, Park Hotel Group is one of Asia Pacific's leading hospitality companies. Established in 1961, Park Hotel Group's growing presence in the region today comprises of nearly 20 hotels and resorts operating or under development across 12 key destinations. With a focus on expanding across the Asia Pacific and meeting the changing needs of travellers today, Park Hotel Group has a brand portfolio featuring its luxury Grand Park, its upscale Park Hotel and its midscale Destination, as well as Park Rewards; it's dedicated loyalty programme that rewards guests, diners and corporate bookers. Connect with Park Hotel Group on social – Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

About Grand Park
Grand Park is the luxury brand of Park Hotel Group that is synonymous with premium accommodation, experiences and comfort that are designed for savvy and well-heeled travellers. Today, Grand Park has seven properties in city and resort destinations of Singapore, Maldives, Hokkaido (Otaru), Wuxi, Xi An and Kunming.

About Green Globe Certification
Green Globe is the worldwide sustainability system based on internationally accepted criteria for sustainable operation and management of travel and tourism businesses. Operating under a worldwide license, Green Globe is based in California, USA and is represented in over 83 countries. Green Globe is an Affiliate Member of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). For information, please visit


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Yield Booster Market Shaping a New Growth Cycle | Dumax Agro Industries, Saanvi Organics, BigYield

Yield Booster Market

Latest added Global Yield Booster Market research study by HTF MI offers detailed product outlook and elaborates market review till 2025.

INDIA, April 18, 2020 / — Latest added Global Yield Booster Market research study by HTF MI offers detailed product outlook and elaborates market review till 2025. The market Study is segmented by key regions that is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is sharping its presence and some of the key players in the study are Dumax Agro Industries, Saanvi Organics, BigYield, Biostadt India Limited, Aquarius Agro Chemicals, Super Bio Tech Marketing Company, Mohit Agro Industries, Biolaxi Corporation, Swetha Agrotech & Mercatum Technology etc. The study is a perfect mix of qualitative and quantitative Market data collected and validated majorly through primary data and secondary sources.

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Missionary Releases Music Single to give Hope during Coronavirus Crisis

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During the current global pandemic crisis, Dr James releases his debut EDM single to spread hope to millions and combat fear throughout the world.

BOSTON, MA, USA, April 10, 2020 / — Missionary and founder of WhatTV, Dr James Sideras, releases his first music single on Fri April 10th. He is the first Christian missionary in the world to become an EDM artist. Based in Boston, his goal is to inspire a generation by combining dynamic electronic music with a clear message of hope. This message is especially relevant with the global threat of pandemic Covid-19 that is frightening billions of people all over the world. His single, ‘Name Above,’ is part of a five-song EP that’s being released on May 8th. The EP was written and co-produced with Lukus Simari, who gained two no. 1 hits in Africa, and has worked with Grammy award winning artists.

According to PRS for music, EDM is the fastest growing festival genre in the world, representing 40% of the world’s top 100 album sales. Since there are relatively few Christian artists in the EDM space, Dr James’s EP fills a niche in the market. His message is that faith overcomes fear, and only by calling on the name of Jesus can we save both ourselves, and our crisis-stricken world. His music is being released by WhatMusic group, a brand-new Christian label based in Boston, MA. Their mission is to produce and distribute gospel-centric EDM music that brings healing and transformation to everyone who hears it.

As a missionary and entrepreneur, in 2019 Dr James started a new TV network called WhatTV. It has already become one of the largest Christian TV networks in the world, with channels in English, Arabic and Hindu. New channels planned for 2020 include the Philippines, Greek, and Brasilian speaking nations. All videos are on demand, and streamed through YouTube, Amazon Fire, Roku, Apple TV, iOS and Android apps. Content includes, vlogs, podcasts, challenges, cooking, gardening, gaming and more.

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Why Gardening is a Great Hobby to Pick Up while Social Distancing

Water feature in a garden landscaping

The sky is the limit with how you want your garden to look!

Reasons why starting a garden is beneficial to your life for during and after COVID-19

Encourage…to play outdoors — it’s great for physical and mental health…”

— The Centers for Disease Control

MORRISVILLE, PA, US, April 6, 2020 / — It is obvious to everyone that the recent COVID-19 events have us all stressed. Everyone had work, school or plans that are now canceled. With all this new free time you may be wondering…what do I do now? While it’s nice to catch up on all those shows you’ve been meaning to watch it is also very important to be active and get outside as well. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) actually recommends going outdoors to stay physically and mentally healthy. So now you might be asking…what can I do outside that is still inline with social distancing? Simple: start a garden!

Gardening is a productive use of your new-found free time that will not only make your social distancing time more bearable but also continue to be a benefit after it's over. You are probably in your house anyway, so why not help yourself and your property at the same time? First, let’s talk about how gardening benefits your personal health.

– Being outside and working in the dirt is a proven mood-booster! How? Well, being out in the sun, even on less sunny days still increases your exposure to Vitamin D. This vitamin is exactly why those who suffer from seasonal depressed feel much better once winter ends. The soil has natural and safe bacteria that act as anti-depressants. Also doing the physical work of gardening is similar to going for a workout, it helps relieve stress and gets your endorphins going!

– Gardening helps boost your immune system! Having a strong immune system is important now more than ever. The same vitamins and soil bacteria that help boost your mood are also known for boosting your immune system! The fresh air certainly doesn't hurt either and even when feeling bad, getting fresh air can help you get better faster. The same physical activity is going to help your body feel its best and thus is better at fending off illnesses.

– Bummed that your gym had to close? Well, gardening can be your new workout! Spending at least an hour outside working on your property can count as an extensive aerobic exercise. As your working out your body, you are also working out your mind! Gardening has been known to be mentally stimulating and if often recommended to decrease your risk of dementia. You can double up on the mental stimulation but listening to a podcast while you work!

– Depending on what you decide to plant can also open up other benefits. If you plant fruits and vegetables then not only will you encourage yourself to eat healthier but also means you have less to buy at your next grocery visit! Making your shopping trip that much shorter decreases your risk of catching COVID-19. If you decide to grow flowers then that opens up other hobbies for you to try such as… flower pressing crafts, herbal recipes, photography or floral arrangments.

– Gardening can benefit your property and the environment in general as well! Planting trees and many other plants help improve outdoor air quality. Flowers can encourage helpful pollinators to pay your home a visit. Not only will it be fun to see them but also pollinators help keep the environment alive. Gardens have been known to help improve soil and water quality as well. Some plants can even deter pests such as mosquitoes and ticks! Imagen how much more you’ll enjoy your own property when you don’t have those bugs to worry about.

Best part? All these benefits don’t end when social-distancing does. So longs as you continue to care for it gardens can beneficial for a lifetime. Right now while you have the free time is the best time to get it started because getting it set up is the hard part. Be sure to get advice from your local gardening community if you’re completely new to the process. If you can’t handle all the really heavy work but would still like to garden then consider calling your local landscaping company. Landscapers are still open and working at this time because their work doesn’t break the social distancing protocol. Get ready to get your hands dirty (in a good way!) and reap the benefits of that garden you sowed! Stay safe and healthy out there!

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