Monthly Archives: March 2022

What is employer student loan repayment?

There are many different programs to help student borrowers pay off debt faster, but aside from student loan forgiveness programs, student loan repayment assistance programs can be the most effective. These programs, offered by government agencies and private employers, can provide hundreds or even thousands of dollars in assistance to …

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CANADA FX DEBT – Canadian dollar to gain quarterly as economic growth accelerates

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.2% against greenback * For first quarter, loonie on track to gain 1% * Flash estimate shows Canadian GDP up 0.8% in February * Price of U.S. oil falls 4.9% TORONTO, March 31 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Thursday, but …

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Pahang is taking steps to protect biodiversity resources

Established on January 1, THE Pahang State Parks Corporation and the Pahang State Biodiversity Council are part of the state government’s efforts to strengthen the tourism sector and protect biodiversity resources. Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail said the company will serve as an advisor to state agencies …

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Braunschweig hospital reopens vaccination clinic

With the decision by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control to approve a second booster shot of COVID-19 vaccines for those at higher risk, Mid Coast-Parkview Health is reopening its immunization clinic at 81 Medical Center Drive starting Thursday . March 31. According …

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Beach cleaning robot collects tiny plastic waste to clean Brevard’s beaches

It crawls along the beach, separating evil from good. The solar-powered BeBot is a remote-controlled robot that pulls dangerous microplastics and other small debris out of the sand. Bryan Bobbitt is touring with Keep Brevard Beautiful, organizers of the BeBot tour around the county. “This is the first of its …

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Yixin finds a new path to profit as a car loan agent

Key Jtake away food : Yixin posted an adjusted net profit of $43 million last year as its new auto loan facilitation business grew 65% and its credit impairments fell sharply. The company’s asset quality has improved significantly since switching to lending facilitation from its previous business as …

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Omicron, high inflation, energy prices and the Ukraine crisis are slowing the growth of Greater Manchester’s economy

Omicron-related disruptions and high inflation, fueled by rising energy prices and the war in Ukraine, have stalled economic growth in Greater Manchester in recent months, despite a slight uptick in domestic trade. The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly business survey found that domestic sales to UK customers in the …

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Chevron and Restore the Earth Foundation agree to collaborate on carbon offset reforestation project in Louisiana

HOUSTON & ITHACA, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Chevron USA Inc., through its Chevron New Energies division, and Restore the Earth Foundation, Inc. announced an agreement for a reforestation project covering up to 8,800 acres of land in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. The project will bring together Chevron and the Restore the Earth Foundation …

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Illinois and Chicago are reducing COVID-19 testing and vaccinations

Illinois and Chicago are reducing COVID-19 testing and vaccinations On Friday, Illinois will close ten community-based COVID testing sites statewide, impacting five Chicago-area clinics: Arlington Heights, Aurora, Harwood Heights, South Holland and Waukegan. At one point, these sites were each testing more than a thousand people a day for coronavirus, …

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Plastic Flamingo recycles plastic bags in Muntinlupa

Francois Lesage, Founder of Plastic Flamingo, and Yeya Berjaoui, General Manager of CMA CGM Philippines, sign a partnership that will prevent plastic pollution from entering seas and oceans by recycling it into new products. INVOLVED PHOTO THE Plastic Flamingo (PLAF), with the support of CMA CGM Group, a global leader …

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City of Vicksburg Continues Post-COVID Economic Growth – The Vicksburg Post

A year after Vicksburg began to recover from the effects of COVID-19, the city’s financial position continues to improve as the city’s sales tax numbers continue to exceed fiscal 2021 surveys. According to the city’s accounting department, total state sales tax refunds to the city in March were $586,870.65; $7,173.31, …

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Researchers received grant to develop momentum

Image: A team of researchers from the University of Tennessee and Mississippi State University received a USDA NIFA grant to develop and apply a framework to optimize conservation investment strategies based on climate change risk to forest-based biodiversity. The work focuses on four taxonomic groups (amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles) …

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Vaccinations and update of local work requirements

As employers continue to defend immunization-related claims, manage refresher periods and welcome employees back to their jobs more permanently for 2022, there is some comfort in the decisions of the Fair Work Commissions of Floors Aucamp against Association of Christian Homes for the Elderly [2021] FWC 6669 and Isabella Stevens …

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BROWN: Set the course for long-term growth: Repeal Mississippi’s income tax | Mississippi Politics and News

Submitted by Starla Brown, State Director for Americans for Prosperity “A complete abolition of the state income tax would result in the state’s economic and population development being supercharged,” writes Brown. There’s nothing wrong with Mississippi that the Mississippi can’t fix. But to meet our challenges, our state needs two …

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LA tentatively approves plan to relax vaccination record rules – NBC Los Angeles

The Los Angeles City Council has granted tentative approval to lift its mandate requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry to many indoor facilities and large outdoor events. The city ordinance, which went into effect Nov. 8, requires people over the age of 12 to show proof of vaccination before …

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Monroe Capital Supports Acquisition of Biomechanical Research & Testing, LLC by Aperture, LLC | Business

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 23, 2022– Monroe Capital LLC announced that it has acted as lead arranger and sole administrative agent for the financing of a senior credit facility to support the acquisition of Biomechanical Research & Testing, LLC (“BRT”) by Aperture, LLC (“ Aperture”), a portfolio company of Trinity Hunt Partners. …

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CIO to host economic growth summit

The CIO Club Africa has announced that it will host its inaugural summit, which will focus on the role of digital in economic growth and transformation. At a press conference in Lagos on Tuesday, event organizer Edniesal Consulting Ltd said the summit will improve strategic communication and networking between IT …

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What Is an Installment Loan? Oak Park Financial

What Is an Installment Loan? Oak Park Financial

When you are comparing installment loans, always evaluate the lenders on the basis of the available loan amounts, repayment terms and charges. Beyond these factors consider these suggestions to choose the right installment loan for your needs: Find to find your credit score. Before comparing installment loans make sure you check your …

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The Drift: Trees, Bees, Fish and Seeds: Vale’s biodiversity initiatives are helping to rejuvenate the Sudbury landscape

The humble greenhouse in the Copper Cliff neighborhood is the centerpiece of a unique reclamation program On a chilly mid-winter morning, the outside temperature has dropped to -10C at Copper Cliff, just outside Sudbury, and a fresh layer of freshly fallen snow is blanketing the area. But in the greenhouse …

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Invitations to Spring 2022 Booster Program issued in UK – Precision Vaccination

(precision vaccinations) The UK National Health Service recently announced that the NHS COVID-19 vaccination program is contacting people “when” it is their turn to get a booster shot, in line with new recommendations from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization. Around 600,000 people will be invited to book this …

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Is microfiber bad for the planet? The environmental impact of microfibers

Microfiber is a synthetic material used in everything from cleaning cloths to clothing. While some see it as an eco-friendly alternative to single-use paper towels, there are some major downsides that keep it from being a sustainable swap. Cue in microfibers. As the name suggests, microfibers are extremely small synthetic …

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Recovering a Member’s Interest in an LLC | Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

In my last post on this blog, I explored a potential avenue for a debtor to maximize the value of the sale of their interest in a bankrupt Limited Liability Company (“LLC”), notwithstanding any sale restrictions in the LLC’s Operating Agreement and Applicable State Law. In this article, I discuss …

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How the public views the implementation of the Stability and Growth Pact

The EU responded to the eurozone crisis by recommitting itself to the Stability and Growth Pact – the eurozone’s legal limit on the size of member states’ deficits and debts. But when do EU citizens support enforcement of these limits, and do patterns in public opinion make enforcement more or …

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DENR, Quezon City Government Ink Agreement for Biodiversity Park

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has signed an agreement with the Quezon City government to develop an urban biodiversity park in New Manila. “While our focus is largely on managing natural ecosystems through the establishment of protected areas, we also need to address the …

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Last weekend for mobile vaccinations at Aurora Shopping Center – CBS Denver

AURORA, Colorado (CBS 4)- It was a southeast Aurora scene that could soon be gone, mobile vaccination clinics in parking lots dispensing COVID-19 shots. For the past year, The Southlands shopping district has been more than just a shopping destination for the Smoky Hill area, it has also been a …

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First range of sex toys made from recycled plastic from the ocean

Sexual Wellbeing Experts Sinful have launched a range of sex toys made from recycled ocean plastic and coated in a thin layer of silky smooth silicone. The range is a collection of toys packed in environmentally conscious packaging. Each product is designed to spark conversations about sustainability and the environment …

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Private lenders push to restart federal student loan repayments

SoFi, one of the largest student refinancing companies, tell investors earlier this month that the latest extension of the Biden administration’s payment freeze in December was expected to cut the company’s profits by $20 million to $25 million in the first quarter of this year. The company is one of …

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In Hungary, a mix of perceived growth and propaganda is swaying in favor of Viktor Orbán

Despite a solid opposition, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán looks increasingly likely to win a new term. For Hungary’s much-hyped closed opposition, hopes of toppling Viktor Orbán in an April 3 general election are beginning to fade. Recent polls have shown Orbán’s Fidesz party increasing its lead over the six-party …

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The students get involved in helping to create biodiversity on the March school grounds

A March school has contributed to the biodiversity of its site by planting 60 native trees and shrub seedlings. All Saints Academy grades 3, 4 and 6 students participated in a tree planting event led by Ashley Lydiate of community environmental organization Groundwork East. Ashley said: “Tree planting was made …

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Vaccinated visitors do not need a test to visit Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda is the latest Caribbean destination to waive pre-testing requirements for fully vaccinated visitors. As of March 16, 2022, the destination has lifted travel testing requirements for fully vaccinated travelers. (Fully vaccinated means that a traveler has received both doses of a two-dose vaccine or one of a …

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The fate of the oceans depends on sewage and waste control, experts and diplomats warn

The world’s oceans are choking on oxygen shortages caused by global warming and human pollution from sewage and industrial waste, and we’re running out of time to fix the problem, experts and diplomats warned Wednesday. At a preparatory meeting in Brasilia for the United Nations Ocean Conference in June, they …

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Lenders who refinance non-degree student loans

If you have student loans but no degree, managing your repayment can be more difficult, especially if you’re hoping to refinance. Most lenders require a degree for refinancing, but there are a few exceptions. Here’s where to start if you’re trying to refinance your student loans without a degree. What …

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Fed Actions Won’t Cause Recession But Will Slow Growth: Mike Wilson

Economic growth will slow as the Fed fights inflation, Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson said on Tuesday. “That doesn’t mean a recession, it just means that growth expectations will come down,” Wilson said. The strategist also said long-dated bonds are an attractive investment in the current landscape. Loading Something is loading. …

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from Curone Park a new discovery for science

Hieracium racemosum subspecie spinidentatum (Photo Melina vila) Discovery of a new plant subspecies thanks to the work of Gev The wild grass was identified by Professor Gotschlich of the University of Pipes Montevichia – It has been named Hieracium racemosum subspecie spinidentatum and is a new botanical subspecies discovered in …

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The Philadelphia Health Department is correcting previous errors in reported COVID-19 immunization data

The Daily Pennsylvanian is a student-run non-profit organization. Please support us by disabling your ad blocker on our site. The Philadelphia Department of Health recently updated the city’s COVID-19 dashboard to reflect correct adult and child immunization rates. Credit: Chase Sutton Philadelphia officials on March 9 corrected errors in the …

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That’s why Whole Foods doesn’t use plastic bags

Whole Foods co-president and chief operating officer AC Gallo cited the retailer’s core values ​​and commitment to its communities and the environment for the decision, saying in a Notice published on Earth Day 2008: “More and more cities and countries are beginning to seriously restrict single-use plastic grocery bags because …

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The crypto mortgage is coming (at a price)

One thesis you hear from cryptocurrency advocates is that often baffling price volatility is a function of asset immaturity, low liquidity (compared to, say, the $119 trillion global bond market dollars) and the scarcity of price signals. As the market matures and scaffolding around crypto is erected, the thesis is …

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Nigeria: Use of Local Materials in Housing Projects Stimulates Economic Growth – Fashola

Labor and Housing Minister Babatunde Fashola said the promulgation of Executive Orders 3 and 5 had resulted in the use of local materials in the construction of federal government housing projects, thereby stimulating Nigeria’s economic growth. Fashola, speaking at the 35th Annual Assembly of Quantity Surveyors Registration Board of Nigeria …

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“Clean air support program will be based on performance”

NEW DELHI : The National Clean Air Program (NCAP) was made performance-based, meaning the funds allocated to it depend on how well a city or municipality implements this program, Leena Nandan, Secretary, Union Department of Environment, Forests and Climate Change,” he said in an interview. She also said her ministry …

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As a return to ‘normal’, children too young to be vaccinated – and their parents – are being left behind

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Moderna cans stand alongside Pfizer cans for 12- to 15-year-olds beginning their COVID-19 vaccination Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at the Mountain America Expo Center in Sandy . By Ellen Pritchard | The public forum | March 13, 2022 at 1:00 p.m I can’t …

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The container return program benefits recycling and the oceans

Sunday March 13, 2022 2:27 p.mPress release: Green party The work of Green Ministers over the last term is making itself felt with today’s announcement that the government plans to introduce a drink container return scheme. As Deputy Environment Minister of the Greens Eugenie Sage started the work To design …

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Experts assume sustained economic growth in 2022

Experts have forecast sustained economic growth into 2022 after the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reported that Nigeria’s economy grew 3.4% year-on-year in 2021, with an estimated real value of 72.39 trillion N. which is an uptrend from the 1.92% contraction recorded last year. This was explained by people most …

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We don’t yet know enough about deep-sea mining to practice it safely

Serious concerns have been raised about the potential impact of deep-sea mining if it begins, particularly given the large number of unknowns and the major environmental damage it can cause. Now, for the first time, scientists have compiled an overview of the knowledge gaps about the targeted sea areas, showing …

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COVID-19 vaccine is offered at weekly county vaccination clinics

OSWEGO COUNTY – The Oswego County Health Department continues to offer COVID-19 vaccines to county residents and integrates the service with weekly immunization clinics. Since early last year, Oswego County Health Department officials have set up immunization clinics at locations in every corner of the county to make the COVID-19 …

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CooperVision expands industry’s first plastic-neutral initiative in the United States

(PRESS RELEASE) NEW ORLEANS – CooperVision announced that its entire portfolio of silicone hydrogel daily disposable contact lenses is now net plastic neutral1 in the United States, expanding the company’s sustainability leadership and increasing the environmental impact of this groundbreaking initiative. The MyDay family of daily lenses now joins the …

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IMF warns war between Ukraine and Russia is likely to slow global growth

The war in Ukraine and related sanctions that countries around the world have imposed on Russia are likely to prompt a downgrade in the International Monetary Fund’s forecast for global economic growth, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Thursday. The Ukraine crisis is another shock to a global economy …

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Relocate farmland to reduce carbon emissions and protect biodiversity

Researchers at the University of Cambridge, UK, have created a world map showing where farmland should be located to minimize environmental impact and maximize production. This could eliminate freshwater consumption, increase biodiversity and sequester large amounts of carbon. The “new” world map includes, among other things, large growing areas for …

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The Move It Up initiative is working to provide COVID-19 vaccinations in ZIP codes with low immunization status

More than a year since the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine, UC Davis Health is using federal funds to bring vaccines to underserved areas through the Mobilizing Organizations Via Equitable Immunizations and Testing through Unified Partnerships (Move It Up) initiative, which works with 5 U.S. Funded by millions of dollars …

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Rules an ocean of plastics EJINSIGHT

Images of plastic pollution in the sea and on beaches are now commonplace, and the problem is likely to get worse. Last week, the OECD’s first-ever Global Plastics Outlook revealed a dramatic increase in plastic waste entering waterways. This report comes just a month after the World Wildlife Fund for …

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Simplified cross-border financing

Lendai, a fintech company changing the way foreign investors access U.S. financing without the need for a credit history or U.S. residency, announced $35 million in equity funding and by loan. The round was jointly led by Meron Capital and Cardumen Capital, with participation from Discount Capital, Skywell Capital Partners, …

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Agricultural Productivity as Key to Sustaining Nigerian Economic Growth

Efforts by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to boost agricultural productivity are one of the main reasons the country’s economy has posted five straight quarters of positive growth since the 2020 recession, writes TONY CHUKWUNYEM According to the National Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Q4’21 report released last month by …

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2022 Biodiversity Field Trip Grants will help more than 3,300 Illinois students learn about the state’s natural heritage

SPRING FIELD – This year, more than 3,300 students will visit Illinois state parks, natural areas, museums and other natural resource locations to learn about nature and conservation thanks to grants from the Illinois Biodiversity Field Trip Grant Program. Colleen Callahan, director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, today …

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LA Community Clinics vaccinate the most vulnerable. A year later they are still not paid.

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered weekdays. Some Southern California community health clinics say they have not been paid for millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses they have administered to vulnerable residents over the past year. Clinics have been the backbone of coronavirus vaccination efforts …

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Apollo Provides $212 Million Refi to Brookfield’s DreamWorks Animation Studios

Apollo, on behalf of its insurance platform, provided $212.2 million in refinancing for Brookfield Real Estate Income Trustit’s DreamWorks Animation studios Campus in Glendale, Calif., Commercial Observer may report first. The seven-year loan was a straightforward deal, with no brokers involved. In November, Brookfield made her studio debut when she …

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Keith Hudson: Small businesses are key to economic growth – Washington Daily News

By Keith Hudson In North Carolina, entrepreneurs and small business owners are an important cornerstone of our state’s economy. In rural, urban and suburban areas, small businesses are essential to the fabric of our communities and important engines of local economic development. Small businesses account for 44% of economic activity …

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The unnamed locust sparks a taxonomic debate

The failed attempt by researchers to describe a new scientific species of grasshopper using only photos has sparked debate about established taxonomic conventions. The locust was photographed in northern Peru in 2008, and researchers from Croatia have since rejected their attempts to officially describe it from journal after journal. In …

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The pandemic still looms over those too young to be vaccinated

Published: 03/06/2022 20:00:45 Modified: 03/06/2022 20:00:11 Chances are, dear reader, you’re slowly — or perhaps quickly — “getting ahead” from the pandemic as the state’s COVID-19 numbers continue to improve. Unless you live with a carpet rat or two. The lack of a vaccine for under-fives leaves parents and carers …

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Residents of uMhlanga want to make a splash for nature conservation

There is no mistaking uMhlanga resident Keira King with her passion for marine conservation. As a member of the Umhlanga Rocks Surf Lifesaving Club, the 15-year-old sees the impact plastic pollution is having on the oceans and marine life on an almost daily basis. This has prompted them to swim …

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European bank stocks fall as war in Ukraine escalates

European bank stocks were under outsized pressure on Friday amid a market sell-off as Russia stepped up its attack on Ukraine with the bombing of a major Ukrainian nuclear power plant. Major US and European stock indices fell on uncertainty surrounding economic growth due to the Ukraine crisis, the resulting …

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China’s emissions cuts will take a back seat to economic growth this year, experts say

BEIJING — Deviating from its usual practice, China has not set a target by how much it intends to reduce its energy intensity this year – a sign that Beijing may prioritize economic growth over emissions cuts for now. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said reductions in energy intensity — in …

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NATURE’S TURN: Gardeners’ new gold standard: abundance of biodiversity

“There’s a difference between chaotic and complex: complexity is overwhelming when you don’t know what you’re looking at. Complexity is much more interesting than simplicity.” Fragment of a flowering meadow, early autumn goldenrod and asters. Quote and photo: Edwina von Gal 5th-18th March 2022 MOUNT WASHINGTON — A gardener’s currency …

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Oswego County residents are encouraged to keep their vaccinations up to date

March 4, 2022 OSWEGO COUNTY — New COVID-19 cases in Oswego County have been declining for the past few weeks, in part due to available vaccines. Oswego County Public Health Director Jiancheng Huang said we can look at data showing vaccines are an effective weapon to prevent hospitalizations and deaths …

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Why marine biologists think ocean cleanups are a bad idea

Last month, a group of marine biologists noticed something fishy in one Video posted to Twitter by a nonprofit called The Ocean Cleanup. “It’s probably a staged video,” says Clark Richards, a researcher at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography. wrote. “That’s nonsense.” In the 25-second clip, a large net appears …

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The Katahdin region group awarded $375,000 to boost the economy and retain young workers

MILLINOCKET, Maine (WABI) – The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston recognized the six winners of the Maine Working Communities Challenge during a virtual news conference Thursday afternoon. The challenge aims to support local teams working together to address key issues in a systemic way. TV5 met with the winning group …

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ACRES COMMERCIAL REALTY CORP. ANNOUNCES RESULTS FOR THE THREE MONTHS AND YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2021

UNIONDALE, NY, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ACRES Commercial Realty Corp. (NYSE: ACR) (“ACR”, “ACRES Commercial Realty” or the “Company”)a real estate investment trust that is primarily focused on originating, holding and managing commercial real estate mortgages and equity investments in commercial real estate through direct ownership and joint ventures, …

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Youth activity day teaches Kirkstall youth about biodiversity

Words: Jayne Young Kirkstall Valley Development Trust held their second Youth Activity Day in February – this time at the KVDT Hub in Flexspace. Led by students and staff from the University of Leeds Education team, the group of young people from the Kirkstall community tried to create their own …

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House passes paid leave for vaccinated teachers |

SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois House passed legislation that would give teachers, professors and other education workers paid leave if they miss work because of COVID-19-related issues, but only if they were fully vaccinated. The House of Representatives voted Tuesday 70-28, with only Democrats voting in favor to move forward House …

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UN panel approves treaty to tackle plastic pollution

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) – United Nations countries have agreed to create a legally binding global agreement to tackle plastic pollution in the world’s oceans, rivers and landscapes. The UN Environment Assembly unanimously voted in favor of a resolution “to end plastic pollution” at its meeting in Kenya’s capital Nairobi on …

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Euro tests support as Ukraine crisis threatens economic growth

The signature of European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi is seen on the new €50 banknote during a presentation by Deutsche Bundesbank (Bundesbank) at its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany March 16, 2017. REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register SINGAPORE, March …

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Politics in small steps towards suburban biodiversity

The bench on the Downer “micro forest”. Photo: Paul Costigan “These small and dense clusters of trees are now likely to be counted as part of the government’s dubious offset regimes and used to justify the destruction of trees and habitat for development,” writes the Canberra Matters columnist. PAUL COSTIGAN. …

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Association between booster breakthrough infections with the SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant and time since vaccination

A recently published study on the medRxiv* Preprint server assessed the diminishing efficacy of BioNTech/Pfizer BNT162b2 messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Omicron variant of concern (VOC). Study: Decrease in Efficacy of Third Dose of BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine. Credit: bht2000/Shutterstock Various studies have …

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The Doctor Game: “Plastic Soup” is a Most Disastrous Meal | guest columns

Why is humanity so intent on destruction? Why so apathetic in the face of devastating warfare, repeated massive oil spills and suffocating urban smog? Equally terrible is the “plastic soup” in our oceans. A picture of a Hawaiian beach reveals the folly of the people. It shows a huge amount …

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