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But the world started paying attention only in the late 1990s, when malaria was causing over one million deaths annually and contributing to economic stagnation through lost labor productivity.
In addition to human lives lost, there's an estimated global cost of 225 billion dollars in lost labor and trillions in medical costs.
is already feeling the effects of climate change, and conclusions that our nation will suffer thousands of deaths and over $500 billion per year in crop damage, lost labor, and extreme weather damages by 2100.
We do have August declared as National TB Awareness Month, but the disease continues to be a major public health problem in the country, costing us billions of pesos each year from lost labor productivity, since TB hits most people at the prime of their lives.
"If [they] were made of concrete, we would not have 1,600 dwellings burned every year with the consequent loss of energy and money, loss of life, and lost labor which it takes to replace them."
Besides its health impacts, air pollution is also a threat to the region's economy, in terms of the lost labor income and welfare losses, food water security, and climate system, thereby undermining poverty alleviation and sustainable development.
In most situations, document prep is lost labor. There is no value, just hours of work to get paper ready based on the needs of the scanning device, rather than the needs of the business.
The American Action Forum, a Washington, D.C., think tank that advocates for center-right public policy, (https://www.americanactionforum.org/research/the-budgetary-and-economic-costs-of-addressing-unauthorized-immigration-alt/) estimates that Trump's policies would ultimately reduce real gross domestic product by $1.6 trillion as a result of lost labor.
Climate is involved in most of the shocks that keep or bring households into poverty-notably, natural disasters (such as floods that cause asset loss and disability); health shocks (such as malaria that results in health expenditures and lost labor income); and crop losses and food price shocks (due to drought or crop disease).
Studies made by the group showed that the P140 billion in losses can be traced to increase fuel expenses, lost labor hours, employment of traffic aides and wasted electricity.
Anything can be downloaded and printed, anywhere, from any device, and there is no lost labor or waste in rekeying data from the same document.
Stressing that "Temps Perdi is Creole patois," the narrator tells us that it "does not mean, poetically, lost or forgotten time, bur, matter-of-factly, wasted time, lost labour." (40) Though the narrator rejects a poetic translation of the phrase, the "matter-of-fact" theme of lost labor echoes throughout the story in ways that anticipate later Caribbean models for creolized aesthetics, such as Glissant's "poetics of Relation." But for Rhys, such an aesthetic is founded not only in the plantation as it is for Glissant, but in recognizing the survivals and losses sustained in the work of migrant and emigre women.