Monthly Archives: December 2021

General Assembly Pizza secures C $ 1 million in second tranche of debt financing

TORONTO, December 31, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – General Assembly Holdings Limited (the “Society” Where “Georgia Pizza“) (TSXV: GA), a Toronto pizzeria turned omnichannel of consumer packaged products (“GIC“), is pleased to announce that it has closed a second tranche of debt financing totaling $ 1 million (the”To lend“) on the …

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2021 holds records and challenges for the Turkish economy

For better or for worse, Turkey has left a year behind that has seen economic ups and downs, from records in exports and stock markets to the double challenge of facing inflation and the decline in the Turkish lira. Breakthroughs in 2021 included the government’s decision to redouble its economic …

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Oklahoma Adjutant General reverses previous position on vaccinations

Oklahoma Air National Guard members who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 will not be able to participate in exercises unless they have requested a medical or religious exception or wish to be vaccinated, the state aide general said Thursday. Two days after a federal judge denied Oklahoma’s attempt to block …

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New maps and technologies could help combat climate change and biodiversity loss

Nature went up and down in 2021, and Conservation News was there for everything. This month we review some of the most important stories from the past year. From analyzing climate impacts to developing new conservation technologies, Conservation International scientists have been busy this year stopping climate change and the …

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SeaClear project: Robots collect underwater litter

The SeaClear project aims to use robots to remove plastic waste from the sea floor. Most of the non-rotting waste that is dumped into the oceans now lies on the ocean floor, the amount of which is estimated at 26 to 66 million tons. However, many cleaning actions focus on …

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According to the SEC

A complaint filed in a Manhattan court on Wednesday led the Securities and Exchange Commission to charges Medallion Financial Corp. and his COO Andrew Murstein by violating the anti-fraud, books and records, internal controls and anti-bragging provisions of federal securities laws. Medallion Actions (MFIN) plunged into Wednesday’s trading. The SEC …

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What social trends told us about the American economy in 2021

Burned-out boomers This could also have been the year “OK, Boomer” added the word to “You OK, Boomer?” A recent Federal Reserve survey of business contacts found that several “found baby boomers quitting their jobs and selling businesses to retire early – a trend that was due (1957 was the …

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Is a Pandemic Good for Conserving Biodiversity?

Gaurs, civets and elephants ran through the streets … the wildlife was reclaiming its rightful spaces and nature seemed to be reviving itself. Most people would have heard or said about it in the middle of the strictest lockdown in the world. Many such allegations and counterclaims have been made, …

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More Franklin County Vaccination Clinics Added | News, sports, jobs

SARANAC LAKE – Franklin County Public Health officials updated information on upcoming vaccination clinics. A number of clinics are scheduled to take place in Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, and Malone from late December to mid-February. At a Moderna vaccination clinic at Holy Ghost Academy on Marion Street in Tupper Lake, …

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Help turn the tide for assistance from Business Gateway

Ally Mitchell, founder of Ocean Plastic Pots Ocean Plastic Pots was founded in January 2021 by former North Sea saturation diver Ally Mitchell and is the first company in the world to sell plant pots made from disused or discarded fishing gear and plastic fish boxes. Ally, based in East …

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From real estate to inflation, here’s what to expect for the economy in 2022

After a second year in a row, in which the word “unprecedented” has done more than its fair share of the hard narrative work, economists are looking to the year 2022 with caution: Sharply rising prices and the uncertain severity of the Omikron variant of the coronavirus occupation two shades …

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Thomas Lovejoy, a biodiversity biologist, has died

FAIRFAX, Virginia (AP) – Thomas E. Lovejoy, a senior conservation biologist credited with popularizing the term “biodiversity”, has died. He was 80. His death on Saturday was announced by George Mason University, where he was director of the Institute for a Sustainable Earth, and the Amazon Biodiversity Center he founded. …

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New York City musicians don’t need to be fully vaccinated: NPR

Beata Moon sits on the balcony of her apartment in Queens, New York on December 9, 2021. Because she is not fully vaccinated, much of New York City is off-limits to her. Andrea Hsu / NPR Hide caption Toggle caption Andrea Hsu / NPR Beata Moon sits on the balcony …

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Barbara Greenleaf: The plastic princess sees the light | Housing & lifestyle

In an iconic scene from the 1967 film, The graduate, the future father-in-law of Dustin Hoffmans Character pulls him aside for career advice. “I just want to tell you one word: plastic,” he says. “Plastic has a great future.” Plastic could have had a great future for Hoffman’s character, but …

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Yemen Socio-Economic Update, Issue 63 – August 2021 [EN/AR] – Yemen

** Telecommunications and Information Technology (ICT) Sector in Yemen ** The editorial Information technology is widely regarded as a powerful tool and key driver of development in almost every country in the world. It is also an essential part of any country’s infrastructure and plays a vital role in social …

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Tom Lovejoy, well-known conservation biologist, dies at the age of 80

Tom Lovejoy, a prominent and influential conservation biologist who helped catalyze a global movement to save life on earth as we know it, has died. He was 80. Lovejoy was known as a pioneer of modern conservation efforts, a passionate advocate of wildlife and wild places, and a great thinker …

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Regulators move forward with vaccination / mask and testing guidelines | Messages

by Dan Mundt County pays for tests Crawford County’s board of directors on Tuesday took steps to implement a policy requiring county’s employees to either be vaccinated against COVID-19 or to wear a mask in the workplace and undergo weekly tests. In November the OSHA passed a temporary emergency standard …

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Tires combine with “ghost gear” as debris that keeps killing marine life

Car tires left on the ocean floor represent inevitable traps for hermit crabs, resulting in the slow or even brutal death of “ocean cleaners,” researchers at Hirosaki University in Aomori Prefecture said. The tires are another example of how reckless human activity can lead to an endless cycle of destruction …

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FirstDigital Telecom finalizes its senior debt financing

SALT LAKE CITY, December 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – FirstDigital Telecom (“FirstDigital” or “the Company”), a leading fiber-based operator in the west United States, today announced that it has raised debt financing from a group of leading investors (“the Lenders“), including AllianceBernstein, Deutsche Bank, Guggenheim and Webster Bank. Following …

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Iran claims that more oil exports have fueled economic growth

Iran was able to boost oil exports enough to grow the economy 3.3 percent this year, the government’s news website said on Friday. Islamic Republic News Agency, IRNA said that in the first six monthsLast Iranian year economic growth was 1.8 percent and due to higher oil sales it has …

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Ex-employee alleges widespread sexual misconduct at EPM mortgage lender

A former employee alleged that an executive at an Atlanta-based mortgage lender Prime mortgage loan (EPM) sexually assaulted her and executives fostered a culture of widespread sexual harassment within the company. Former mortgage processor Tiar McCart says in a complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of …

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Center for Biological Diversity announces that lawsuit against California state oil regulatory agency can continue

Oil wells in CaliforniaImage Credit: BLM December 23, 2021 – OAKLAND, Calif .– A judge ruled in favor of the Center for Biological Diversity’s ability to commence a lawsuit against California’s Oil and Gas Regulators for widespread violations of environmental law. The regulator and an oil industry lobby group tried …

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Vaccination in the Formula 1 paddock is expected from 2022

Formula 1 is expected to make vaccinations against COVID-19 mandatory for all paddock employees in the coming season. The move is in response to the advent of the more highly transmissible variant of Omicron, which has resulted in record numbers of daily COVID-19 cases in some countries. As the pandemic …

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California Adopts the Nation’s First Recycled Content Standards for CRV Plastic Bottles | Messages

California’s Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, also known as CalRecycle, said penalties are imposed annually and are $ 0.20 per pound, based on how much manufacturers miss the mark. CalRecycle also said the legislation will increase the demand for recycled plastic, adding value of plastic material to recycling centers …

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Zimbabwe: Covid-19 won’t slow economic growth – Mthuli

Covid-19 will not slow the positive economic growth trajectory that Zimbabwe has achieved so far, and the momentum is expected to continue until 2022, said Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube. Despite the Covid-19 outbreak early last year, which resulted in strict national lockdowns to contain its …

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City councils discuss biodiversity in Arklow

At the December meeting of the Arklow parish, the elected representatives discussed biodiversity, tree protection and tree planting in Arklow. Ouncillor Peir Leonard (Ind) is a member of the Strategic Policy Committee (SPC) for Climate and Biodiversity Actions at Wicklow County Council. The SPC meets in December to discuss tree …

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The lesson for hundreds of you is that while vaccinations don’t block COVID, they keep you alive: editor’s letter

Here are five things we learned from reading 430+ emails from you about your experience with groundbreaking COVID-19 cases, mainly in northeast Ohio. First: The vaccine, even the vaccine with subsequent booster vaccination, is not a protective shield against infection with the coronavirus. Many people got infected despite the injections. …

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Africa: From Birth to Prohibition – A History of the Plastic Bag

This story was originally published in April 2018 and has been updated with the latest facts, figures, and testimonials. A novelty in the 1970s, plastic bags are now an ubiquitous product that can be found in every corner of the world. Produced up to a trillion bags a year, they …

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Statement from the Tax Council: Sales tax in Kansas creates a regressive system

Almost 38% of Kansas’ tax revenue comes from sales taxes, according to Donna Ginther, director of the Institute for Political and Social Research at the University of Kansas. “Kansas taxes are regressive because we rely too heavily on sales taxes,” Ginther said on December 17th at the last Board of …

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Deep-sea mining threatens 62% of the mollusks in hydrothermal springs with extinction

One of the main arguments against deep-sea mining is that it could inflict “irreversible damage” on the poorly understood ecosystems far below the waves. Now a new study has started in. released Limits of the marine sciences This month adds credibility to that view. The research focused on 184 species …

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Report: Newark benefits from Equity First Vaccination Initiative

With COVID-19 re-spreading at a rapid pace – with calls for vaccinations and booster vaccinations increasing – there is reason to believe that Newark, thanks to its stake in the Rockefeller Foundation’s $ 20 million equity, is better able to to cope with the recent surge -First vaccination initiative. Newark …

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Grenada appoints Justin Sun as WTO ambassador to drive local economic growth with digital technologies

Justin sun recently visited Grenada, Cuba, Barbados, among other countries. He has demonstrated his full commitment to promoting economic growth by leveraging digital technologies along with years of experience in the digital world. As an early coming and practitioner in the blockchain world, Justin sun founded TRON in 2018, one …

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Many Student Loan Borrowers Expect Negative Financial Impacts When Payments Resume in February | Business

WASHINGTON – More than two-thirds of U.S. adults with federal student loans say they need to take extra steps to pay off their student loan repayments when payments resume in February, according to a new survey from Bankrate and BestColleges. Federal borrowers have not had to make a student loan …

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Insects abundantly help in ecological restoration

Insects abundantly help in ecological restoration `BKP Sinha Insects help break down organic matter such as corpses and animal droppings. This is important as it reuses nutrients and makes them available for soil aeration Re-naturalization is a progressive way of protecting the environment. It is a form of environmental protection …

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Would you like forks to go with it? Single-Use Plastic Reduction Act comes into effect on January 1st

It’s not a ban on plastic forks, just a restriction. And it is one of several in the state’s efforts to produce less garbage. A law passed by the Washington Legislature earlier this year requires food companies to only include utensils, straws, and spice packets upon customer request. That restriction …

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Biden’s Covid vaccine mandate reintroduced for large companies

“Sane minds may disagree on OSHA’s approach to the pandemic, but we are not replacing our judgment with that of OSHA, which has been given political responsibilities by Congress,” she wrote, adding, “On constitutional ones Restrictions beyond the work of an agency, often of a scientific and technical nature, are …

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Supporting environmental protection and water pollution control in the Yangtze River Basin in China

WASHINGTON, December 17, 2021—The World Bank Board of Directors today approved a $ 400 million loan to help protect the environment and reduce water pollution in China’s Yangtze River Basin. This funding complements more than $ 6 billion of China’s own resources and will help reduce plastic and animal manure …

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UNIQURE NV: entering into a material definitive agreement, creating a direct financial obligation or obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, other events, financial statements and exhibits (Form 8-K )

Item 1.01 Conclusion of a Material Definitive Agreement At December 15, 2021 (the “Closing Date”), uniQure NV (the “Company”) and certain of its affiliates have entered into a third amended and restated loan and guarantee agreement (the “Amendment”) with Hercules Capital, Inc. (“Hercules”) and the various banks and other institutions …

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Bank of Latvia downgrades prospects for economic growth in the country – Baltic News Network

The Latvian Central Bank has lowered its GDP growth outlook for 2021 from 5.3% to 4.6%. At the same time, the bank has lowered the outlook for Latvia’s economic growth for 2022 from 5.1% previously to 4.2%. However, for 2023 the GDP growth outlook is 4% compared to the previous …

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Scientists in search of a map of the worldwide network of fungi under our feet

Connected mushroom bodies form huge underground networks through the soils of the earth, transport nutrients and water through ecosystems, and sequester huge amounts of carbon from the atmosphere. Experts agree that protecting mushrooms and concentrating conservation efforts underground could help alleviate global challenges such as climate change, loss of biodiversity, …

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Harlingen estimates that 38,000 residents were vaccinated in 2021

HARLINGEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) – The city of Harlingen hosted its final vaccine clinic for the 2021 year on Thursday. Teenagers arrested for people smuggling, 100 migrants discovered Health Director Josh Ramirez reflected on the past year of fighting the pandemic and said it was one of the toughest years yet. …

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Marine pollution leads to an increase in plastic-eating microbes

The world’s oceans have become synonymous with devastating plastic pollution. Just ask Aquaman. But scientists and engineers are always finding inventive solutions. Now, the earth’s reaction to plastic pollution could serve as inspiration for a solution: microbes that can break down the stuff. And the microbes are already in abundance. …

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HALL OF FAME RESORT & ENTERTAINMENT CO: conclusion of a material definitive agreement, creation of a direct financial obligation or obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, change of directors or senior management, financial statements and supporting documents (form 8- K)

Item 1.01 Conclusion of a Material Definitive Agreement. ErieBank Loan Agreement At December 15, 2021, HOF Village Center of Excellence, LLC (“CFE”), a subsidiary of Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company (the “Company”), as borrower, entered into the loan agreement (the “ErieBank Loan Agreement”) with ErieBank, a division of …

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Japan’s economy rebounded in the fourth quarter, analysts are cautious about rising material costs

Pedestrians wearing protective masks following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak make their way through a business district in Tokyo, Japan during commute time on Jan. 7, 2021. REUTERS / Kim Kyung-Hoon / File photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com to register TOKYO, Dec. …

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Newsom administration publishes plan to combat California’s biodiversity and climate crisis

SACRAMENTO – The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) today released its draft Pathways to 30×30, which outlines strategies for achieving California’s 30×30 conservation goal, after receiving broad public input, including from stakeholders and tribal nations across the state. The document sets out how the state will implement Governor Newsom’s executive …

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Airport fire brigade demanded religious exemptions from vaccinations. They received exceptions – and fired.

On November 24, an Alaska Airlines Airbus A320 returned to Portland International Airport in an emergency after an engine failure on its way from Portland to San Francisco. Waiting on the ground: A team from the Airport Fire Fighters Association, whose highly qualified members react every time an aircraft lands …

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Microbes on land and in the ocean evolve to break down plastic

Five years ago, while digging in soil and mud around a plastic recycling center in Japan, scientists discovered a bacterium that feeds on the popular packaging material PET as an energy source with the help of two specifically developed enzymes. A fascinating discovery at the time, a new study has …

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Senate Bill Would Prevent SBA From Becoming Direct Lender | 2021-12-14

Senator Tim Scott introduced a bill on Tuesday to prevent the Small Business Administration from becoming a direct lender, the Protecting Access to Credit for Small Businesses Act (S. 3382). The bill would prevent the SBA from directly granting loans under the 7 (a) program. “We support all efforts to …

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A flourishing biodiversity park in Assam’s Udalguri now needs help

Guwahati: A forest for many are tigers, lions, elephants and, in the case of Assam, rhinos. However, a forest is much more than just these animals: a variety of plant and animal species; Reptiles and insects complete a forest. Foundation of the Kanaklata Biodiversity Park Jayanta Kumar Das of Assam, …

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First DC Omicron Cases Found in Young Vaccinated Adults – NBC4 Washington

DC has confirmed its first cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, and officials say all four are young adults who have been vaccinated but have not yet received a booster. The four residents, three women and one man, all tested positive after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, DC Health said. Three …

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Science report: US should produce less plastic to save oceans

America needs to rethink and reduce the way it creates plastic because so much material pollutes the oceans and other bodies of water, the National Academy of Sciences says in a new report. The United States, the world’s leading producer of plastic waste, produces more than 46 million tons (42 …

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When it comes to energy efficiency, NH risks its own economic growth

Published: 12/12/2021 9:00:48 AM Modified: 12/12/2021 9:00:12 AM From the White Mountains to the Seacoast, businesses and consumers across New Hampshire are increasingly realizing that actions to reduce pollution are not just about protecting the climate or air quality. They also represent real opportunities to cut costs, improve everyday life …

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Why Scientists Want to Map the Fungi of the World

Huge networks of microscopic, subterranean fungi play a crucial role in the earth’s ecosystems – and we don’t know a lot about them. More than a quarter of the world’s species live in soils underground, including the fungal networks, which store vast amounts of carbon, provide most plants with most …

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San Diego’s oldest black church is home to a vaccination clinic that promotes vaccination against blacks

Hesitation about vaccines has been a major hurdle in the black community throughout the pandemic, as black Americans received vaccination far less than other races. SAN DIEGO – There was a long line around the Bethel AME Church in Logan Heights with many parishioners flocking to get either a first …

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Ford dips into the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to make Bronco sports parts

How many times have you heard of the huge piles of plastic and other debris that have piled up in the Pacific in the past year? According to a story published in Scientific Reports, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch contains at least 79,000 tons of discarded plastic. The colossal garbage …

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Regional Equity lender plans more business after deal

By JAMES ANYANZWA Equity Bank is positioning itself to take advantage of increased business in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after Presidents Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and Felix Tshisekedi of the DRC signed a bilateral agreement in April. The lender, which is listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange, is …

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Jefferies likes Alphabet, Apple in the midst of the highest economic growth

Jefferies analysts have compiled a list of stocks they believe will withstand the peak of economic growth and sustained inflation over the next year, including Alphabet (GoogL) – Receive a Class A report from Alphabet Inc., Apple (AAPL) – Get the report from Apple Inc. and Walmart (WMT) – Get …

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Only 1 in 10 Americans say COVID-19 vaccinations conflict with religious beliefs

December 10, 2021 – As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreads across the United States and tensions rise over vaccine mandates and religious exemptions, Public Religion Research publishes Institute (PRRI) and the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) have published wave 3 of their religion and vaccine survey, which extends the results …

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Let’s get serious about keeping cigarette butts off Florida’s beaches

There has never been a better time to protect Florida’s beaches from the cigarette butts that are increasingly spoiling our precious sandy beaches. The Florida Legislature can stand up for our environment and tourism economy in its upcoming session by passing Senator Joe Gruters bill that would allow local governments …

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Volusia business leaders expect economic growth | news

Despite a slowdown in the supply chain and uncertainty in the labor market, business leaders expect continued economic growth. “When I think of 2022, this is a year I think the US economy will see strong growth, especially in the first half of the year,” said Marci McGregor, senior investment …

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COVID Vaccination In Children Has Slowed Down In The US: Analysis

According to a new analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation, the rate of COVID-19 vaccinations among children aged 5 to 11 has slowed significantly nationwide. Analysis shows that the rate of increase has slowed a little over a month since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved pediatric COVID-19 vaccines. …

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The future of plastics was bright; Can we keep it that way? | Foley Hoag LLP – Environmental Law

It has now been more than 50 years since the iconic moment in The Graduate when Mr. Maguire told Ben that “plastic has a great future”. Truer words have never been spoken. This week’s publication of “Settling with the role of the USA in global plastic waste in the oceans” …

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MSME lender Indifi Technologies provides loans worth Rs 500 crore to SMEs in the second quarter of FY22; up 43% from the previous quarter

To address a broader use case of customer borrowing needs, Indifi launched products with shorter tenure duration for small businesses, modeled on Buy Now Pay Later and Early Payment Financing. Credit and finance for MSMEs: Gurugram-based online lending platform Indifi Technologies announced on Wednesday that the second quarter of fiscal …

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Covid-19 will remain the nemesis of economic growth in 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: It’s the same old, the same old, 2021 brought mutated challenges, just as it did in 2020, with Covid-19 dominating the headlines, keeping life and livelihoods on the sidelines and taking economic boom down a bumpy road. While Malaysia thought there would be green shoots of recovery in …

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Top emirate environmentalists urge action against the global collapse of biodiversity

ANKARA: The Foreign Ministers of Turkey and Qatar have been reviewing plans to return to normal operations at Kabul International Airport after the Taliban took over Afghanistan. Mevlut Cavusoglu and his Qatari counterpart, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, discussed options for their countries to operate the airport together and options …

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Mom says her son was vaccinated in exchange for pizza at LAUSD without her consent – NBC Los Angeles

Maribel Duarte says her 13-year-old son, a student at the Barack Obama Global Prep Academy in South LA, brought home a vaccination card after accepting the COVID-19 vaccine at school. She says he said yes when someone offered it in exchange for pizza. “The lady who gave him the syringe …

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Scientists develop environmentally friendly plastic from salmon sperm | Life

Could salmon sperm play a role in reducing plastic pollution? – Shutterstock image via ETX Studio PARIS, December 7th – Would you drink from a mug made from salmon sperm? You may have to overcome your initial reaction to reduce plastic pollution as Chinese researchers have developed a new biodegradable …

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The government is optimistic about economic growth of over 5%, says Tarin – Business & Finance

Prime Minister’s Finance and Revenue Advisor Shaukat Tarin said Monday that the Pakistani economy was growing by over 5% and expressed optimism that inflation will fall in the coming months if international commodity prices stabilize. “We are experiencing economic growth that cannot be resisted,” said Tarin in an interview with …

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The Climate Connection: Regeneration begins at home | Lifestyles

LAUREN D. MUSCATINE If you’re like me you feel challenged by the effects of a rapidly changing climate. Natural events lead to devastating loss of biodiversity. What is worse, our society is polarized on this issue and the world’s governments disagree on how to apply effective solutions. The situation seems …

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Papa Daze: The Truth About Children And Vaccinations

Facts often seem superfluous these days. People often say and believe whatever they want, no matter how ridiculous. There is a rumor circulating across the country about Anthony Fauci and Beagles that is absurd. Some of what is talked about is dangerous. A recent post by the Gateway Pandit caught …

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Goldman Sachs lowers US GDP growth forecast for 2022 over fears from Omicron

December 4 (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs on Saturday lowered its outlook for US economic growth to 3.8% for 2022, citing risks and uncertainties related to the emergence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Goldman economist Joseph Briggs said in a note that the Omicron variant could slow economic reopening, …

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Mask pollution, after the pandemic

Editor’s Note: The following is part of a class project initiated in the classroom of Ball State University professor Adam Kuban, who urged his students to find sustainability efforts in the Muncie area. Several such stories will be featured in November and December 2021. MUNCIE, Ind. – By mid-March 2020, …

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ISRO offers a 12-day free online course on protecting biodiversity; Check details

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) offers a free online course for students. The 12-day course ‘Geoinformatics for Biodiversity Conservation Planning’ is carried out by the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS) based in Dehradun, the ISRO center for remote sensing and geoinformatics. After completing the course, the students will …

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Arva Credit Union – local, loyal and lender

Open for business at Arva and North Longford Credit Union. From left to right: Stephen McDermott, Director, Ann Marie Cosgrove, Deputy Director and Administration of Eileen Byrne. The credit union offers flexible loans when members need it most From a lender who cares Posted: Sat Dec 4 2021, 07:00 Last …

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NY Officials Urge Vaccinations As More Omicron Cases Confirmed – PIX11

Marriage and Music: Teddy and Tina Campbell talk about vacation album and more News / 10 hours ago Video Sister Swap Vacation Movies: Sisters Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Ashley Williams talk about a double play News / 11 hours ago Video Economy creates 210,000 jobs in November, which falls short of …

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What the Omicron variant means for the global economy

December 4, 2021 A A BIT MORE than a year after the first success of a Covid-19 vaccine in a clinical trial, much of the world has felt a sense of fear. The Omicron variant of the coronavirus, which was first publicly identified on November 24th, may be able to …

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White & Case adds Direct Lending Pro to its Chicago office

By Morgan Conley (December 2, 2021, 7:00 PM EST) – White & Case LLP has added Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP debt financing partner to their Chicago office, who brings with them a wealth of experience helping clients navigate in the world of direct loans. Brad Laken is joining White & …

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YES INDEED! Team expands prairie restoration lots for golf course

On November 17th – a stormy day – it became YES! The team (Youth Eco Solutions) met at the Sleepy Eye Golf Course to learn about the importance of the prairie ecosystem and to plant native herbs (flowers) as part of an ongoing habitat restoration project. The afternoon consisted of …

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The latest variant of COVID increases the urgency of getting young children vaccinated

DiscoverFull coverage of COVID-19 in Georgia Pfizer, the only vaccine approved for children, will reportedly apply for regulatory approval this week for a booster of their coronavirus vaccine for 16- and 17-year-olds. Boosters are already approved for people aged 18 and over. As of Tuesday, 70,806 children, ages 5-11, had …

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Scientists warn: Huge patches of garbage in the sea have brought coastal species “undisturbed for thousands of years” into marine ecosystems

More than 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced since the mid-20th century, and at least 60 percent of that plastic has ended up in either ocean. In just a few decades, the increasing amounts of waste have created huge, spiraling “eddies” of plastic waste that measure hundreds of …

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Does “Buy the Dip” actually work? What Experts Say About The Internet’s Favorite Investment Strategy

“Did you buy the dip?“”Buy the dip, last chance! Towards the moon, we are going!“”Retweet if you bought the dip.“ If you’ve spent any time reading about investing on Twitter or Reddit (especially in the controversial r / WallStreetBets known to increase stocks like GameStop earlier this year), you’ve almost …

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In addition to its ethical mandate, immigration is “a short-term way to stimulate economic growth” – Baptist News Global

Legal immigration can help offset the projected decline in the American workforce due to ongoing baby boomer retirement, aging workers and falling birth rates, a US economist said on a recent episode of the Good God Project podcast starring George Mason. “We are looking at potentially slower workforce growth, which …

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Snake photo posted on Instagram leads to

Image: Oligodon churahensis outlook more Source: Mirza et al. Fascinated by a photo shared on Instagram, a team of researchers from India discovered a previously unknown species of Kukri snake. Virendar K. Bhardwaj, a master student in, stayed at home in Chamba because of the COVID-19 lockdown Guru Nanak Dev …

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