New COVID vaccine flyers and infographics for dental practices made possible by government funding

The latest government data shows that in July 2022, unvaccinated people were 2.6 times more likely to contract COVID-19, three times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19, and 3.6 times more likely to die from COVID-19 than individuals who were vaccinated with at least one primary series. Meanwhile, reports …

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UMass Dartmouth Opens New $1.2M Biodegradation Laboratory – New Bedford Guide

“The lab, established through a collaboration between Commonwealth and private partners, will study the biodegradation of plastics in the environment. UMass Dartmouth recently opened its newest state-of-the-art research, learning and product development laboratory at the School for Marine Science & Technology. The Biodegradability Laboratory supports the development of biodegradable and …

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Reverse Mortgage Advisor Highlights Origination Issues to Resolve

Reverse mortgage counseling is an important part of the process of the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) program sponsored by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and although the industry and regulators have done much to past years to solve the persistent problems, there are still some problems that need to …

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Empire State Development announces application windows

Startups from around the world are encouraged to apply if their technology uses optics, photonics or imaging The OPI Accelerator competition is supported by Finger Lakes Forward – the region’s comprehensive strategy for revitalizing communities and growing the economy ROCHESTER, NY, Sept. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Empire State Development …

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We must think globally and act locally to meet future timber demand – Stuart Goodall

As I have said many times, the UK is the second largest net importer of timber in the world after China. In general, we have also always adopted a worldview – we have recognized an interest and responsibility for what is happening beyond our borders. In the face of global …

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New COVID Vaccines in Champaign, Macon Co.

CENTRAL ILLINOIS, Ill. (WCIA) – New COVID-19 vaccines are now available in Champaign and Macon counties. Following approval by the Food and Drug Administration and recommendation by the CDC, new vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are rolling out across the country. The difference between these vaccines and those given a …

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Morning News Call – India, September 12

To access a PDF version of this newsletter, please click here https://share.refinitiv.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_09122022.pdf If you would like to receive this newsletter by email, please sign up at: https: // solutions.refinitiv.com/MNCIndiaSubscriptionpage INDIA TOP NEWS • India says it has discovered fraudulent shell companies with links to China Indian authorities announced on Sunday …

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Creating further economic growth in the top-end region

The Territory Labor Government and the Top End Regional Economic Growth Committee have released a long-term plan to stimulate the economy, increase job opportunities and improve quality of life in the Daly, West Arnhem, Top End Rural and Unincorporated and Tiwi Islands areas. The plan came from the Territory Economic …

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The world’s least protected biome

The Eastern Cape has been plagued by grassland degradation since the mid 1990s. Research from 1995 indicates that the Ciskei and Transkei areas, largely farmed and grazed by settlers, are particularly vulnerable. The grassland biodiversity in South Africa is considered one of the most endangered biomes. Factors affecting grassland degradation …

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Questions and Answers: What Oklahomans should know about bivalent COVID vaccines | local news

Oklahomans have shared questions before newly recommended bivalent COVID-19 vaccines arrive here. Among beneficiaries statewide, about 61% have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Who is Eligible? The bivalent vaccines are approved for people aged 12 and over who have already received at least one mRNA injection …

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Pollution Solution – Los Alamos Reporter

Ocean scene from Genevieve BY GENEVIEVE AND MILLYBoy Scout Troop 10074 Pollution enters our oceans. Pollution can include sewage, chemicals and fertilizers, but one of the main problems is plastic. Plastic doesn’t decompose. So if it ends up in our ocean, it could stay there forever. Plastic is everywhere and …

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Financial industry drives economic growth

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Scientists solve mysteries of Mount Everest’s wildlife using eDNA

This study was the first comprehensive eDNA biodiversity survey conducted on Mount Everest. From just 20 liters of water collected in one of the harshest environments on Earth, researchers find evidence of 187 taxonomic orders. A team of scientists led by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Appalachian State University …

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NCL fights plastic pollution with new partnership – Travel Weekly

Norwegian cruise line (NCL) is partnering with Take 3 for the Sea in Australia to support the organization’s work to reduce plastic pollution in Australia’s oceans. Take 3 for the Sea is a non-profit organization fighting litter pollution that is campaigning for everyone to take 3 pieces of litter with …

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Cushman & Wakefield and Greystone Strengthen Joint Multi-Family Platform with Addition of Premier Financing Team in Denver | United States

DENVER, Colo. – September 8, 2022 – Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services company, and Greystone Servicing Company LLC, a leading national commercial real estate finance company, jointly announced that an experienced equity, debt and structured finance (EDSF) led by Vice President Craig Branton, MS joined the …

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European soils hold potential for stronger climate action — European Environment Agency

The EEA briefing “ground coal” provides an overview of carbon stocks and greenhouse gas emissions from Europe’s organic and mineral soils, based on 2019 data. EU Member States reported carbon loss from organic soils, equivalent to about 108 megatons of carbon dioxide (Mt CO2) emissions in 2019. In the same …

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Researchers identify antibodies that could make coronavirus vaccines obsolete – ScienceDaily

A scientific breakthrough from Tel Aviv University: A team of researchers from the university has shown that antibodies isolated from the immune system of recovered COVID-19 patients effectively neutralize all known strains of the virus, including the Delta and Omicron variants. According to the researchers, this discovery could eliminate the …

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City of Goleta wants to ban single-use plastic and Mylar balloons

The city of Goleta will ban the sale and distribution of certain single-use products made of plastic, polystyrene and Mylar balloons through June 2023, city officials announced Wednesday. City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to pass one of the most comprehensive plastic pollution reduction guidelines, titled Plastic Waste Reduction Regulations …

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CIT provides $100 million in funding to Stonegate Capital

NEW YORK, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CIT, a division of First Citizens Bank, today announced that the Specialty Finance unit of its Asset based lending supplied company $100 million in financing to Stonegate Capital, a middle market asset-based lender primarily focused on vertical and opportunistic consumer credit. Stonegate Capital, …

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Promoting economic growth through development initiatives – New Telegraph

The development finance initiatives of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) have played a key role in helping the country record seven consecutive quarters of real gross domestic product (GDP) following the 2020 COVID-19-induced recession, TONY CHUKWUNYEM writes Although the latest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data released by the National …

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Consequences of human activity in the mighty ocean

Climate change poses an extreme threat to Africa and other parts of the world, where they experience negative impacts such as increased temperatures, landslides, drought, crop failures and floods. These impacts can be seen in the world’s oceans, where storm intensity and rising sea levels have exacerbated coastal degradation. A …

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UK taxpayer clinging to billions lost on Covid business loans

More than £1billion in taxpayer-funded loans made under the UK government’s Covid ‘bounce-back’ scheme have been identified as potentially fraudulent, official data showed on Monday. UK banks have also claimed or received £3.8billion in public funds to cover defaults under the scheme – a sign of the vast sums that …

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OPEC+ surprises energy markets with a small production cut

The OPEC logo on a sign at the group’s headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images A group of some of the world’s most powerful oil producers agreed Monday on a small production cut from next month, surprising energy markets at a time of significant turmoil. OPEC …

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The monkeypox outbreak may be slowing in the US, but health officials are advising caution

Updated September 2, 2022 at 6:23 p.m. ET More than three months after the monkeypox outbreak in the United States, a welcome phrase is slipping from the lips of the health officials steering the country’s response: cautious optimism. The change in tone reflects “recent signs the growth rate is slowing,” …

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Top Headlines: Indian Economic Growth To 2029, ED Raids Paytm & More

India expected to become third largest economy by 2029: SBI report India is likely to become the country’s third-biggest economy by 2029 – up seven places from 2014, when the country was 10th, according to a report by the State Bank of India on Saturday. India is currently …

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Soaring interest rates prompt ICS Mortgages to take a cautious approach to new loans – The Irish Times

Dilosk, the first lender to enter the Irish mortgage market after a string of exits in the wake of the property crash, has held back – for now, at least – just as new home lending is on track this year to hit highs. levels last seen in 2008. The …

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Polio immunization rate for 2-year-olds in the Monroe area is 31%

Only 31% of 2-year-old children in the Monroe zip code were vaccinated against polio at a time when the dangerous virus was known to be circulating among unvaccinated people in the area. The state Department of Health and Human Services released polio immunization rates for Orange County ZIP codes Friday, …

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch Paradox >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

The Ocean Cleansing is a non-profit organization that develops and scales technology to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. Her focus was on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP), an area between Hawaii and California that represents the world’s largest accumulation of marine plastic. Shaped and sustained by currents, The …

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KB HOME: Entering into a Material Definitive Agreement, Creating a Direct Financial Obligation or an Obligation Under an Off-Balance Sheet Arrangement of a Registrant (Form 8-K)

Section 1.01 Entering into a Material Definitive Agreement. On August 25, 2022, Knowledge base home (“Company”) has entered into a senior unsecured term loan (“Term Loan”) with the party lenders thereto (“Lenders”), pursuant to which the Lenders have agreed to lend to the Company until $310,000,000. The Company did not …

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Photo source: ANI NEW DELHI, 31st August 2022 (ANI): The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Nepal in the field of biodiversity conservation to enhance India-Nepal cooperation to promote two countries in the …

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Oakland Pride receives monkeypox vaccines before events

OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) — Oakland Pride returns this weekend, receiving major reinforcements from the White House to fight the spread of monkeypox. The Biden administration plans to ship thousands of vaccines to places where LGBTQI events are held, including right here in the Bay Area. Suspect who robbed Walnut Creek …

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New Gainesville ordinances aim to reduce plastic waste and protect the environment

City of Gainesville press release GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The first of several new solid waste ordinances approved by the Gainesville City Commission is scheduled to go into effect Friday, September 2. In June, the commission approved three new zero-waste ordinances, renewing the city’s commitment to protecting the environment through sustainable …

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American Financial Resources, Inc. expands partnership with Tavant and adds contactless documents

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tavant, a leading Silicon Valley-based digital lending solutions provider, and American Financial Resources, Inc. (AFR), a national mortgage lender, operating in the wholesale, correspondent and retail origination channels, have in partnership with improve the lender’s digital mortgage experience, end-to-end. Benefit At Tavant Contactless Loan™AFR’s correspondent lenders, mortgage …

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Projected economic growth of 5.3-6.3 percent achievable, says PM Ismail Sabri

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob attends a meeting with officials at the Putrajaya International Convention Center on Aug. 30, 2022. — Picture by Shafwan Zaidon Tuesday, August 30, 2022 2:07 PM MYT KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 30 – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob is confident the country’s …

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South Africa: Minister Barbara Creecy publishes revised National Biodiversity Framework 2019-2024 for implementation

Download logo The revised National Biodiversity Framework (NBF) 2019 to 2024 was published by the Minister for Forestry, Fisheries and Environment, Mrs. Barbara Creecy, for implementation. The revised framework was published in accordance with the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act in Government Gazette 46798 (Notice No. 2423) on August 26, …

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Novavax COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available for Service Members > Department of Defense > Department of Defense News

The Department of Defense is now offering Novavax as an option for COVID-19 vaccinations. On August 19, the Food and Drug Administration updated its July 13 emergency use authorization for the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine to include people ages 12 and older. “We now have a range of COVID-19 vaccines available …

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Encouraging healthy growth of the real estate sector, which is vital to the economy

Image courtesy of Tang Tengfei/Global Times Some foreign media have begun to throw cold water at China’s real estate sector, saying that the “housing crisis” is at the heart of China’s “economic woes” as more and more urban homebuyers become angry at some stalled or halted housing projects Places to …

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Back to school checklist: pens, notebooks, vaccines

Comment on this story comment Yessenia held onto her mother’s waist as the needle entered her left arm. After much pleading and persuasion from DC Health staff, the 12-year-old finally received her first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. “I cried about that?” she asked. The middle schooler got a back-to-school …

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Scientists address marine crisis debate 150 years after ‘extraordinary’ expedition oceans

In a few days, several hundred researchers will gather in the UK to discuss ocean crises – and to pay tribute to the expedition that brought them to scientific study for the first time. Exactly 150 years ago, the Challenger Expedition began a shift in our understanding of the oceans. …

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Sid Valley Biodiversity Group: Butterfly Census

Released: 5:00 p.m. Aug. 27, 2022 Charles Sinclair writes for the Herald on behalf of the Sid Valley Biodiversity Group. Charles Sinclair – Photo credit: Charles Sinclair From the end of July to the beginning of August, volunteers were out and about in fantastic weather and counted the butterflies in …

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LendingClub Bank Review 2022 | NextAdvisor with TIME

Editorial independence We want to help you make more informed decisions. Certain links on this page – clearly marked – may direct you to a partner website and allow us to earn a referral commission. For more information, see How we make money. Good for communicating LendingClub Bank Review Editor’s …

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Robust economic growth gives the RBI more leeway to…

(MENAFN-KNN India) Robust economic growth gives RBI more room to hike rates: report New Delhi, Aug 26 (KNN) The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be given more scope for further rate hikes on a strong economic outlook, according to a report by DBS Group Research on Thursday. “The central …

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Indore receives “Tree Ambulance” for protecting its biodiversity

The tree ambulance is equipped with all facilities for the care and health of the trees around the city. This ambulance was made in the workshop of the municipality itself and treats diseased, worm-infested trees and plants. Inside: Madhya Pradesh’s Indore now has a ‘Tree Ambulance’ that provides all the …

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India’s digital lending rules cause disruption, companies plan to push back

Amazon and Flipkart logos are seen near mockups of Slice and Uni credit cards in this illustration taken August 25, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register India’s booming digital lending industry faces tougher regulations India wants borrowers to deal with banks, not middlemen Fintech …

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The decline in childhood immunizations is worrying local health officials

“We find the decline in vaccination rates very worrying. Mainly because we now have children out there who are at risk,” said Dr. Jonathan KenKnight, General Pediatrician at Essentia Health. dr Jonathan KenKnight says vaccination rates for younger age groups are slowly falling in the north. And with the school …

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The UN agreement could help ban plastic grocery bags

Maria IvanovaNortheastern’s new principal at the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs wishes for a future where her students and their children aren’t bogged down in plastic and trash. As a member of the Rwanda delegation to the United Nations Environment Assembly, she is helping move the world in …

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How to repay $100,000 in student loans

Our goal at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, hereafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are our own. Paying off …

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El Paso Economic Indicators – Dallasfed.org

August 24, 2022 El Paso continued to see strong economic growth in July. Metro’s business index rose, unemployment remained low, U.S. auto production and sales rose, and the job market was finally recovering from jobs lost to the pandemic. However, El Paso’s housing market cooled. economic index The El Paso …

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Shooting of deer in Scotland to protect forests and crops

A licensed hunt for deer is due to begin next week as part of the management of Scotland’s deer population to protect forests and crops. Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) is currently culling female deer as the annual economic impact of deer damage on land managed by FLS is estimated …

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Health experts say childhood immunizations have fallen in Texas – Houston Public Media

A 17-year-old receives a first dose of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine at a mobile immunization clinic during a back-to-school event offering school supplies, Covid-19 vaccinations, face masks and other resources for children and their families, Weingart said East Los Angeles YMCA in Los Angeles, California on August 7, 2021. Health experts …

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Demand in the zero-waste packaging market fueled by urgent needs

NEWARK, Del., Aug. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to FMI, the global zero-waste packaging market is expected to be reached $2,289.1 Mn by 2032 and showing growth at a CAGR of 8.8% from 2022 to 2032. The global market is expected to grow by 2.3x in the period 2022-2032. …

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Here is how to avail a loan against commercial property in India

If you are in dire need of finance, consider opting for a property loan for immediate sanction and competitive interest rates. Additionally, you can even offer your commercial property, such as a retail store or commercial building as an asset if you are unsure about pledging your residential property. Using …

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Developed economies are postponing their governance deficits

A man counts Turkish lira on August 14, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey. [Photo/Xinhua] On August 18, the Central Bank of Turkey decided to cut its reference repo rate by 100 basis points to 13.00 percent. The announcement drew close attention from markets around the world as it ran counter to …

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The weirdest and most beautiful nature photos will be awarded in a competition

A ravenous bat, a group of elephants taking shelter and a lizard breathing bubbles are just a few of the photos in an amazing presentation of nature’s wondrous creatures revealed in this year’s BMC Photo Contest. However, it is the photo of a fly infected with the “zombie” fungus that …

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Vaccination status is no longer relevant to some federal occupational safety protocols

Agencies have been ordered to suspend all requirements for staff to document their vaccination status. Image: Sam the Leigh/Shutterstock.com Whether a federal employee is vaccinated against the coronavirus is no longer considered in some workplace safety protocols, under new guidance from the Biden administration that reflects the CDC’s recent general …

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RePLAST OECS project reaches important milestone

The RePLAST OECS pilot plastic collection project has collected over 150,000 pounds of PET and HDPE plastic bottles since operations began in January 2021. The plastic collection activities of the RePLAST OECS project started in January 2021 and were supported by the French government, the government of Saint Lucia, the …

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NEDA: The private sector is crucial for sustainable, inclusive growth

Louella Desiderio – The Filipino star August 21, 2022 | 12:00 noon MANILA, Philippines – The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) emphasized the important role of the private sector in achieving sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Minister of Socio-Economic Planning Arsenio Balisacan told members of the Management Association of …

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Priest is leading plans for a Climate Action Park in Galway

A priest is leading plans for a municipal ‘green park’ on church land in Aughrim, County Galway. Rev. John Godfrey is the Rector of Aughrim and Creagh Parish and hopes the park will engage the local community on the issues of climate change and biodiversity loss. “We were inspired back …

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Kansas chiropractor charged with PPP loan fraud | USAO-KS and more Latest news here

WICHITA, KAN. – A federal grand jury in Wichita has indicted a Kansas man on multiple charges for alleged crimes related to the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, which is a federal law providing financial assistance to businesses suffering losses economic due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Under …

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Pediatric COVID-19 immunizations in Alberta lag behind

It’s been a busy summer for so many families in Alberta, but you might be forgetting one thing to cross off your to-do list. Child vaccination rates are abysmal in the province, although experts warn that extra protection when school starts could be crucial. “This would be a …

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These nets prevent plastic from entering our oceans

As the world continues to battle the endless plastic that seems to be choking our oceans, a new trash net project is trying to clean things up. This project in Cape Town targets stormwater runoff along the Atlantic Seaboard, scooping up piles of plastic waste flowing out of the ocean. …

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Buyout issue leads the way despite choppy M&A market | White & Case srl

Key points to remember 01 In the United States, redemptions totaling $235 billion were announced in the first half of 2022, well above pre-pandemic levels, year-over-year, dating back to 2007 02 Loan issuance for buyouts increased in the first half of the year, reaching US$94.5 billion 03 High-yield buyouts had …

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Ørsted is seeding corals on Taiwanese offshore wind turbines in a world-first attempt

Sponsored Content: If successful, the method will support the long-term survival of corals and improve global ocean biodiversity Global green energy major Ørsted is trying to grow corals on offshore wind turbine foundations in a world-first proof-of-concept attempt. Coral reefs are home to 32% of all known marine species and …

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Vaccination and other precautions have successfully limited the spread of COVID-19 on campus, the study said

Listen to the article 4 mins This audio is automatically generated. Please let us know if you have any feedback. diving letter: A combination of COVID-19 vaccination and other risk reduction measures can be highly effective in limiting the spread of disease at large universities and reducing the risk of …

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Sea plastics find a new life as Jenga, Barbies, Skateboards and more

Placeholder when loading item promotions At least once a week, Tess Felix goes to a beach near San Francisco to get art supplies. The artist fills her grocery bags with Barbie doll shoes, pens, toothpick dental floss, sand shovels, toy cars, and other trash that has washed ashore. At home …

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Analysts emphasize that different sectors need to be diversified in order to achieve economic growth

Analysts emphasize that different sectors need to be diversified in order to achieve economic growth Bilal Azhar Kayani (Prime Minister’s Coordinator for Business and Energy): Increasing exports and tax revenues are crucial for sustainable growth. Unfortunately, when economic growth occurs, the current account deficit increases. However, the government’s top priority …

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A balancing act | Borneo Bulletin Online

Contributed by the ASEAN Center for Biodiversity Wetlands are wonderful ecosystems. These inland waters act as a buffer against strong winds and flooding from heavy rains and sea level rise. Mangroves protect our coasts and coastal communities from storm surges and contribute significantly to local food security. Bogs like those …

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Downtowner News: EV Stations, Walkability, Safe Dating, and School Vaccines

Adams Morgan Street is regularly closed for events  To aid foot traffic, 18th Street between Columbia and Kalorama streets will be closed on some Sundays for the next three months. The closure is part of the Streets for People Grant Program announced by Mayor Muriel Bowser. The multi-million dollar grants …

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Next round of negotiations on the High Seas Agreement in full swing – Oceanographic

This week, UN member states and world leaders are meeting in New York to discuss a high-seas treaty that could protect the planet’s last wilderness. In March this year, world leaders met to negotiate the High Seas Agreement, but failed to reach a decision that would provide a legal framework …

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IBORROW PROVIDES FINANCING FOR ACQUISITION AND RENOVATION OF FAMOUS HAMPTONS BOUTIQUE HOTEL ON LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK

I borrowa nationwide private direct lender for commercial real estate, provided financing to a well-known boutique hotel owner and operator to support the acquisition and renovation of Wainscott Inn, a 30-room boutique inn located on the east end of Long Island in Sagaponack, New York. The funding comes at a …

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Despite severe Covid, Indian economy has remained strong: President Murmu

New Delhi: President Droupadi Murmu described India as one of the fastest growing economies in the world and said the Indian economy has remained strong and is moving forward at a time when the pandemic has uprooted lives and economies. Ahead of the 76th Independence Day, the President addressed the …

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Heritage Week: “Another Day on the Bog”

“Spend a different day on the moor” and learn about restoration is the call of this year’s National Heritage Week, taking place August 13-21. The main theme this year is sustainability and biodiversity. A look at the Heritage Week website shows that many bog events are planned across the country. …

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The “silent” spread of polio in New York is prompting the CDC to consider additional vaccinations for some people

CNN — A polio case identified in New York last month is “just the very, very last tip of the iceberg” and an indication that “several hundred cases must be circulating in the community,” said a senior US official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CNN on Wednesday. The case …

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Pushing mortgage underwriting further into the digital age

This piece originally appeared in the August 2022 edition of MReport magazine, online now. Homebuyers face major challenges in today’s market: declining housing supply, rising interest rates and pandemic moves are creating strong demand for housing. Other issues plaguing the housing industry include labor shortages, supply chain issues and rising …

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Why isn’t China boosting its economy and what does that mean?

comment For much of the past 10-15 years, the Chinese economy has followed a familiar boom-and-bust pattern, although official GDP data has been suspiciously straight. Central government agencies would flood the market with fiscal and monetary stimulus until activity got too hot, then cut money. Authorities who engage in this …

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Report: Southern California’s Signature River in danger

LOS ANGELES — A new report released today urges decision makers in Ventura and Los Angeles counties to adopt sustainable water management practices for the Santa Clara River, known to the Chumash people as the Utom. The 2022 State of Utom, issued by the Center for Biological Diversity, identifies the …

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Montana is seeking more religious exemptions from immunization requirements

State health officials want to create a religious exemption from routine vaccinations for children and staff at childcare facilities and children in certain nursing homes. Under the two proposed Administrative Rules changes, parents, guardians and child caregivers could provide a notarized affidavit stating that vaccination against diseases such as polio, …

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Improving estimates of microplastic pollution in freshwater

Microplastic (MP) pollution is a global problem. Despite this, there is no standard method for determining the MP concentration in rivers, which are the main points of entry of MP into the oceans. This leads to random sampling and inaccurate assessments. Now, researchers from Japan have proposed a method that …

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Trident Mortgage ordered to pay more than $22 million for redlining

A four-year investigation launched by the Pennsylvania State Attorney General has attracted the support and resources of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to bring places the first-ever redlining application involving a non-bank lender. On July 27, Trident Mortgage Company was ordered …

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Texas lawsuit targets coverage for preventive: gunshots

Research shows that increased access to screening and health insurance has led to an increase in colorectal cancer screening, vaccination, use of contraception, and screening for chronic diseases. Ngampol Thongsai/Getty Images/EyeEm Hide caption toggle caption Ngampol Thongsai/Getty Images/EyeEm Research shows that increased access to screening and health insurance has led …

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Marine Protected Area Ambassador studies impact of microplastics on coral health

Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument coral and fish. (Image credit: Greg McFall/NOAA) In support of dissertation research on the impact of microplastics on coral reef health and resilience, a PhD student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa Graduate Program in Marine Biology was awarded a very competitive price NOAA Nancy …

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X-Caliber Capital named one of Fortune’s Best Small Workplaces of 2022

IRVINGTON, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–X-Caliber Capital, a national direct commercial real estate lender focused on impact lending, today announced that Fortune has honored the company as one of 2022 Best Small Workplaces in America. This is the first time that X-Caliber Capital has been nominated for this prestigious national award. listing of …

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Sustainability and Circularity Matters – Contact Center Growth Opportunities under the ESG Umbrella – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added the report “Sustainability and Circularity Matters – Contact Center Growth Opportunities under the ESG Umbrella”. ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. This growth opportunity study examines the efforts and actions that solution providers in the contact center industry are taking as part of broader ESG plans. It describes existing ESG efforts and …

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Community Forests: Government announce £44m increase in tree planting

The Government late last week announced a big boost to its plans to significantly increase the UK’s forest cover, confirming £44.2million has been awarded to projects expected to provide around 2,300 hectares of new trees – the equivalent of around 3,220 soccer fields. The awards represent the latest £750 million …

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Go Negosyo is launching a campaign to encourage more booster shots

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship, or Go Negosyo, continues to urge more Filipinos to get COVID-19 booster shots after launching its “Isa Pa” campaign. In a statement yesterday, Go Negosyo said the campaign, depicting the importance of having another vaccine to protect life and livelihood, will span …

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A fragmented world is not sustainable

The International Monetary Fund revised its most recent economic outlook, lowering its baseline forecast for economic growth in 2022 by 0.4 percentage points to 3.2%, down from 6.1% a year earlier. Tighter monetary policy in the United States and further lockdowns in China led to downgrades in those countries, while …

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Earth Mama Organics is going plastic neutral to fight the plastic epidemic

Earth Mama Organicsan Oregon-based brand with a mission to do no harm to people and the planet is now Certified Plastic Neutral. The company has partnered with rePurpose Global to fund the recovery of as much natural plastic waste as it uses in its packaging and distribution. This bold …

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The Nature Fund awards £47,500 for water level control at RSPB Scotland Loch of Strathbeg Nature Reserve

The nature reserve near Crimond is Britain’s largest dune lake and an important wintering ground for up to a fifth of the world’s pink-footed geese. It is also home to a wide variety of wetland wildlife such as B. nesting terns and gulls, migratory shorebirds and wintering wild birds. RSPB …

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How to get monkeypox vaccines and tests in Colorado

Since mid-May, Colorado, like many states, has seen a steady increase in cases of monkeypox. The state’s health department has logged a total of 79 cases, with 66 reported in July alone (although experts say that’s likely an undercount). The current outbreak of the virus has alerted members of higher-risk …

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EOS ENERGY ENTERPRISES, INC. : entering into a material definitive agreement, creating a direct financial obligation or an obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a registrant, disclosure of settlement FD, other events, financial statements and exhibits (Form 8- K)

Section 1.01 Entering into a Material Definitive Agreement. Senior Secured Term Credit Agreement As stated earlier, on July 29, 2022 (the “Closing Date”), Eos Energy Enterprises, Inc.a Delaware company (the “Company”), has entered into a senior secured term credit agreement (the “Credit Agreement”) with ACP Post Oak Credit I LLC, …

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500 million tons of plastic waste disappeared: The flow into the oceans is just the tip of the iceberg

Plastic has become an integral part of modern human life. Marine plastic waste – improperly disposed of plastic waste entering the oceans – has become a global problem. Using computer simulations to predict the whereabouts of this plastic waste over the past 60 years, a team of researchers from Kyushu …

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Daily Oil Price Fundamentals forecast – under pressure as rising interest rates slow global economic growth

US West Texas Intermediate and international benchmark Brent crude futures rise Thursday after reversing earlier weakness. The early price action suggests that bullish traders may be defending a key area of ​​support through to the July 14th low. After prices rose last week on worries about tighter supply, prices have …

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Exploring biology beyond the classroom: Off-campus courses at Ole Miss provide students with hands-on opportunities at biodiversity sites

AH Published on 08/03/2022 | from the University of Mississippi Sign up now and receive weekly TLV shipments to your inbox. Biology students at University of Mississippi broaden their horizons by taking courses in the Caribbean, Hawaiiand Arizonataught by professors …

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Cyprus beaches are at high risk from plastic pollution

What are cookies As usual with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “Side? site“) uses cookies, small files that are downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. We also …

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Whit Merrifield, second baseman for the Kansas City Royals, traded to the Toronto Blue Jays

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Whit Merrifield said last month he might be willing to get the COVID-19 vaccine if it meant playing for a competitive team, though he declined to get the shot while he played for last place Kansas City Royals. He has to make that decision now. In …

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Latham & Watkins advises on financing to support the acquisition of Burke Porter Group by AEA Investors

AEA Investors’ Middle Market Private Equity team announced the acquisition of Burke Porter Group Company, a leading global provider of automated diagnostic, testing and manufacturing solutions serving the life sciences and of specialized industry, with CEL Global Investment Fund, LP Latham & Watkins LLP represented the direct lender to support …

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Global Construction Markets Report 2022: Huge economic growth in developing countries and low interest rates in number of developed countries drive the sector – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added the “Construction Market by Construction Type, by Sector – Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast 2022-2030” report ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. Market definition: Construction market size was estimated at USD 7.28 trillion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 14.41 trillion by 2030, with a CAGR of 7.3% from …

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Walk along Lake Agara for bird and tree watching

Children volunteers and NGOs take children from underprivileged backgrounds on a biodiversity tracking walk It was a Saturday morning well spent Agara Lake. Children from underprivileged backgrounds had the opportunity to connect with their neighborhood lake and understand the biodiversity in the area – courtesy of Ishita and the children’s …

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Influenza vaccination and older hospitalized adults with cardiovascular disease: what are the benefits?

A study published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases found that flu vaccines reduced in-hospital deaths and recurrent hospital admissions for elderly hospitalized patients with cardiovascular disease. Yuangmu Huang, MD, assistant professor and associate researcher at Peking University School of Public Health in Beijing, China, and colleagues conducted the …

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Tic:Toc to Launch Mortgage Brokerage Using AFG Lender Network

About 40% of all mortgage customers have fixed rates; $500 billion will need to be refinanced over the next few years, Jarden estimates. Tic:Toc founder Anthony Baum said this will happen at a time when “refinancing through digital proposals or brokers is easier than it has ever been.” Anthony Baum, …

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Rising inflation is a bigger threat than a possible recession

Neel Kashkari, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Brendan McDermid | Reuters If you’re debating whether or not the US is in a recession, you’re asking the wrong question, according to a senior Federal Reserve official. “Whether or not we’re technically in a recession doesn’t change my analysis,” Minneapolis Federal Reserve …

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More than two-thirds of Auckland’s lakes below biodiversity balance: report

Simon Maude/Stuff Lake Pupuke was among the Auckland Lakes rated Poor. More than two-thirds of Auckland lakes tested by scientists fall below bottom line for biodiversity and native vegetation, a new report shows. The National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) has assessed the ecological status of 15 natural …

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Pakistani army chief reportedly seeks US help in securing crucial IMF loan

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military leader has reportedly asked for US help in securing early disbursement of an International Monetary Fund loan as high energy import prices push the cash-strapped South Asian nation to the brink a payment crisis. General Qamar Javed Bajwa spoke by phone with US Under Secretary of …

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Canada and the US are exploring Clean Ocean Innovation

STEVESTON: Parm Bains, MP for Steveston Richmond East, toured the US Consul General of Vancouver, Brent Hardt, around the Port of Steveston and the facility of the Ocean Legacy Foundation. As part of the roadmap for a renewed U.S.-Canada partnership, the two nations remain committed to working together to accelerate …

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Live News Updates: Procter & Gamble warns of consumer reluctance to accept price increases

©Bloomberg Colgate-Palmolive has raised its full-year guidance after committing to pass on higher raw material and logistics costs through further price increases for its products. The consumer goods group, whose brands include Speed ​​Stick deodorant and soft soap, raised its full-year guidance for organic sales growth by 1 percentage point …

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Bio-Blitz aims to document biodiversity in the Sax Zim Swamp – hometown focus

Nature enthusiasts will watch a show-and-tell demonstration at BioBlitz 2019. Courtesy of Friends of Sax-Zim Bog. The Sax-Zim Hochmoor celebrates its 10th annual BioBlitz event on August 6, 2022. This is an opportunity to learn alongside naturalists as they lead groups into unique habitats of the larger Sax Zim Raised …

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Royal Caribbean no longer requires vaccinated guests to be tested for COVID before select cruises

Royal Caribbean announced Thursday that vaccinated guests will no longer be required to take a COVID-19 test before boarding cruises of six nights or fewer. This protocol will come into effect on August 8th. Cruise officials said all cruise guests departing before then must comply with applicable protocols, which differ …

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