Monthly Archives: November 2021

Most large employers say they require COVID-19 vaccinations for workers

Most of the major US employers say they now require or intend to have their workers vaccinated COVID-19, according to a new survey by the management consultancy firm Willis Towers Watson of more than 500 companies. The poll comes as a New rule of the Biden government vaccinations at work …

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Identification of microplastics in Antarctic seawater samples

Research has identified how microplastics are found in Antarctica by testing seawater samples, which they found paints and varnishes to be the main source of microplastics in the region’s sea Researchers at the University of Basel and the Alfred Wegener Institute have studied how the Antarctic, although remote, has been …

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Small company stocks appear to be growing

After big company stocks have lagged in recent years, small company stocks – currently the underdogs of the stock market – appear to be rising. After big company stocks have lagged in recent years, small company stocks – currently the underdogs of the stock market – appear to be rising. …

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Portugal Creates Largest Fully Protected Marine Reserve in Europe and the North Atlantic – National Geographic Society Newsroom

2,677 square kilometers protected around the Selvagens Islands November 29, 2021 – Today the Portuguese government added the Selvagens Islands to a marine reserve and created the largest fully protected marine reserve in Europe at 2,677 square kilometers. The Selvagens Islands are a small group of islands in the North …

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Singapore and Malaysia reopen the land border amid concerns about the Omicron variant

SINGAPORE, Nov. 29 (Reuters) – Singapore and Malaysia reopened one of the world’s busiest land borders on Monday, allowing vaccinated travelers to cross after nearly two years of closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although travelers welcomed the opportunity to meet up with family and friends, there were concerns that …

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Recycling and reuse by Gemma Ellis-Farringtons School

The world has a very large population. 7.9 billion people to be precise. Many people around the world are striving for a cleaner planet by recycling their trash and refilling bottles like shampoo or water where they can. The world only recycles 14% of the plastic packaging used. This is …

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MPC: CBN chooses rate fixation to support growth recovery

Last week, the Nigerian central bank left its key rate unchanged at 11.5% for the seventh straight year, a move that financial analysts said would consolidate modest gains in economic stability for the New Year, Festus Akanbi reports Prior to the meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central …

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Prairie can survive airport expansion with alternative design

I am writing as a concerned regenerative design consultant to introduce alternative concept designs that will protect the Bell Bowl Prairie while also providing for the expansions of Chicago Rockford International Airport. Save Bell Bowl Prairie Advocates (SBBPA) are not opposed to the airport expansions. We recognize the economic need …

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The for-profit environmental company from San Antonio is being sued by a Danish rival for defamation for plastic cleaning

San Antonio’s Restoring Integrity to the Oceans Inc. and the Danish ReSea project have a similar mission: to clear plastic waste from oceans and waterways. However, the two organizations are about to stand before the San Antonio Federal Court. That month, ReSea Restoring sued Integrity to the Oceans (RIO) on …

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STRAN & COMPANY, INC. : entering into a material definitive agreement, creating a direct financial obligation or an obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a holder, other events, financial statements and exhibits (Form 8-K)

Item 1.01 Conclusion of a Material Definitive Agreement. At 22 November 2021, Stran & Company, Inc. (the “Company”) has entered into a revolving demand line of credit loan agreement (the “Loan Agreement”), with Salem Five Cents Savings Bank (the “Lender”), for total loans up to $ 7 million (the “Loan” …

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