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If we don’t act now, the harm that we are doing to the planet will be irreversible.Indra Nooyi: Why I’m optimistic about business’s role in solving climate change|jakemeth|October 9, 2020|Fortune
For the past two years, we’ve partnered with Gavi, the global vaccine alliance, to ship vaccines with sensors that can detect breaks in the cold chain before they lead to irreversible damage.Once a COVID-19 vaccine is discovered, the hard part begins|jakemeth|September 17, 2020|Fortune
The always capricious dynamic between advertisers and agencies is going through its latest set of twists and turns as both groups experience irreversible changes to their respective businesses caused by the coronavirus crisis.
That would create an irreversible cycle wherein the climate is beyond our control.The Pipeline From Hell: There’s No Good Reason to Build Keystone XL|Jack Holmes|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now, a new mouthpiece may help protect players from irreversible harm.This Mouthpiece Will Save Football Players’ Brains|Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD|June 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If I had my wish, football would suffer a sudden and irreversible drop in popularity.
Echoing Hugo Chavez, they have vowed to make his revolution “irreversible.”
For the populations of tiny island nations like Kiribati, the threat is real and near – and any impacts would be irreversible.
In the course of the last hundred years, Goldoni has secured a signal and irreversible victory over his rival.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first|Count Carlo Gozzi
The dictating angels hover over the heads of the gifted maids, one of whom writes with rapid pen the irreversible decrees of Fate.Walks in Rome|Augustus J.C. Hare
The closing of the National Laboratories means an irreversible change in our position.The Unlearned|Raymond F. Jones
It is not a thing of compacts, bound together by promises and paper, but is itself a law of nature as irreversible as any other.
The victory of pure doctrine and strict church order, though perhaps not exactly glorious, was triumphant and irreversible.A History of American Christianity|Leonard Woolsey Bacon