Monthly Archives: November 2022

San Diego Unified School District students’ COVID-19 immunization mandate is struck down again in court

A state appeals court on Nov. 22 ruled against the San Diego Unified School District’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for students, which has been on hold for six months. The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with a lower court’s ruling last December that school districts cannot impose their own vaccination …

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Traveling theater shows the coastal fishermen the environmental pollution

By SIAGO CECE Art reflects society, reflects our actions and natural phenomena. So what do creatives do when the oceans rebel? This is what is happening in the world today. Climate change and marine pollution are negatively impacting life on Earth, and there are communities that are affected and don’t …

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How to borrow wisely to make it easier to use credit

Q: I moved from an undergraduate program in college to a two-year degree program at a technical school in order to be more employable while I work on my related degree. However, my college course load was flexible. I lost that with the diploma program. This is a full-time course …

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China is growing “too slowly”: top state economist

BEIJING — China’s economy has been growing too slowly this year and is not within a reasonable range, said Mr. Yang Wemin, a member of the country’s top political advisory body, at the 13th Caixin Summit, stressing the importance of striking a balance between development and find regulation. and economic …

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No farm visits by the Oireachtas Committee prior to the release of the Biodiversity Report

An Oireachtas committee — which has just released a new biodiversity report that includes 15 recommendations on agriculture and land use — has confirmed that not a single member has visited a single farm as part of its “stakeholder engagements.” The Joint Committee on the Environment and Climate Protection has …

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Non-profit Ocean Cleanup not only hits milestone, but “saves two bears” in Sungai Klang

Subscribe to our telegram Channel for the latest stories and updates. The non-profit organization Ocean Cleanup has had two interceptors in Sungai Klang for a number of years. The first was Interceptor 002 and the second was Interceptor 005. Put simply, they want to rid the oceans of plastic and …

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UFB Direct Banking Review | NextAdvisor with TIME

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ACEN Holds Annual General Meeting and Assesses Role in Nigeria’s Economic Growth – THISDAYLIVE

As part of their key role in benefiting society through the application of safer, cleaner and more efficient infrastructure, the Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria (ACEN) has reaffirmed the commitment of Nigerian consulting engineers to the country’s infrastructure development, especially in view of the current economic challenges. On the …

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J&K Biodiversity Council Conducts Stakeholder Consultation Meeting on LBSAP for City of Jammu – Kashmir Reader

JAMMU: The Biodiversity Council of Jammu and Kashmir held a Stakeholder Consultation Meeting today to develop a Local Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (LBSAP) for Smart City, Jammu.Accordingly, LBSAP enables the city to build resilience to climate change and incorporate biodiversity conservation into urban design solutions. The task of developing …

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Covid mortality 14 times less likely in recently vaccinated / Article

Last week, from November 7th to 13th, 2550 new cases of Covid-19 were registered in Latvia. The number of newly identified cases of Covid-19 fell by 16.8% compared to the previous week. The number of Covid-19 cases has decreased in all regions of Latvia. Likewise, the decline in the disease …

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Masood Hails Role of Pakistani-American Entrepreneurs in Accelerating Economic Growth: Masood

Masood Hails Role of Pakistani-American Entrepreneurs in Accelerating Economic Growth: Masood Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Masood Khan says Pakistani American tech entrepreneurs can act as a catalyst to accelerate growth and investment in Pakistan’s IT and start-up sectors. Speaking at the Organization of Pakistani Entrepreneurs’ Organization (OPEN) Annual …

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The French delegation discusses the status of project implementation with the Minister of Assam

Guwahati, Nov 13: A French delegation from Agence Française de Développement (AFD) India on Saturday reiterated its commitment to stepping up the Assam government’s efforts to protect biodiversity and increase green spaces in the state. The delegation, led by its director Bruno Bosle, called on Environment and Forests Minister Chandra …

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Thousands to be vaccinated at Manston migrant center after spike in highly contagious diseases | UK News

Thousands of migrants passing through the Manston processing center will be vaccinated against diphtheria after dozens of cases of the highly contagious disease were confirmed in England, health officials said. The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said it is working with the Home Office to get migrants vaccinated at the …

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$8.75M in Forgivable Loans Available to Social Equity Cannabis Licensees – The Southland Journal

Advertising $8.75M in Forgivable Loans Available to Social Equity Cannabis Licensees Governor (Chicago, IL) – JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) today announced that $8.75 million in fully state-funded direct repayable loans will be made available available to all conditionally approved social loan applicants …

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Global economic growth slowed to 2.4 percent over the next year on interest rate hikes, Geopolitical Risks: KIEP

SEJONG, Nov. 10 (Yonhap) — The global economy is expected to grow 2.4 percent slower-than-expected next year, a state-run economic think tank said on Thursday, citing the fallout from aggressive monetary tightening in major economies and ongoing geopolitical risks. According to the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), growth …

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Ecology and Biodiversity Refresher Course begins at CMPDI, Ranchi

Indian Council of Forestry, Research and Education (ICFRE) Director-General, Dehradun Arun Singh Rawat on Wednesday opened a two-day ecology and biodiversity refresher course for senior staff at Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI), Ranchi which is a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL). The course, which started on Wednesday, …

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Some employers still require COVID-19 vaccines

About a third of companies still require their workers to receive COVID-19 vaccinations, according to a recent survey. Vaccination policies and exemption procedures must be in place when employers hire new and seasonal workers. Employer immunization requirements fell to 32 percent this year from 34 percent in 2021, Mercer found …

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A Random Environmentalist: The WasteShark in Action – Oceanographic

A new plastic-eating invention is taking a “bite” out of ocean pollution and making a difference in the global fight to clean up oceans and waterways. Inspired by nature and created to preserve nature, the WasteShark’s design and purpose was modeled after slow filter feeding whale sharkone of nature’s most …

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Canada’s More Immigrant Plan aims to increase the workforce, but experts say they will need support

A plan to welcome a record number of immigrants to Canada involves hiring needed workers, but experts and employers say more could be done to help newcomers settle into their new homes and thrive. The federal government aims to see 1.45 million new permanent residents in Canada over the next …

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Zebras, elephants among hundreds of deaths in Kenya due to drought

Comment on this story comment More than a thousand animals have died as a result of a drought in Kenya, including hundreds of zebras and elephants, according to a report released on Friday by the country’s tourism and wildlife ministry. Among the drought-related deaths are 512 wildebeest, 430 zebra, 205 …

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Disney is dropping the COVID-19 vaccination from many TV shows

Walt Disney told a number of its television shows on Friday that cast and crews will no longer need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as hospitalizations ease up. Productions, including first responder drama 9-1-1, will no longer require workers in front of and behind the camera in risk areas of …

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Leaked chemicals from plastic pollution kill key marine microbes: study

Research has found that the chemicals leaking from plastics can change the mix of microbial life in seawater and harm the tiny life forms that are critical to oxygen production in our oceans. A new study has found that the chemicals leaking into seawater from plastic waste can disrupt microbes, …

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Inspiring student developers are key to India’s economic growth

Open source is one of the driving forces behind India’s growing reputation as an international technology powerhouse. The country’s thriving open source developer community has played a prominent role in revolutionizing the economy and strengthening our position on the world stage. It has been instrumental in creating influential global companies …

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The conversation: An attack on indigenous rights is an attack on conservation

Indianz.Com > News > The Conversation: An Attack on Indigenous Rights is an Attack on Conservation Establishing indigenous conservation and conservation areas, such as the Thaidene-Nëné National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories, in compliance with original treaties can help Canada meet its international conservation obligations. Photo by Iris Catholique …

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Blue whales eat a staggering 96 pounds of microplastics every day : ScienceAlert

Blue whales consume up to 10 million pieces of microplastic every day, research estimated Tuesday, suggesting pervasive pollution poses a greater threat to the world’s largest animal than previously thought. The tiny plastic fragments have been found everywhere, from the deepest oceans to the tallest mountains, and even in human …

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17 Capital’s Pierre-Antoine de Selancy: Navigating NAV loans | Features

NAV finance, also called portfolio finance, is a fairly recent innovation and is the prerogative of a few specialized banks and managers. Unlike private credit, which is at the company level, NAV financing is at the level of the private equity fund. The concept is still “relatively young”, as de …

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