Monthly Archives: November 2022

Installations challenge humanity to loosen their grip on the planet

A series of dramatic maps, draped like tapestries across the walls of the main ballroom of the historic Sinel de Cordes palace in Lisbon, Portugal, depict the myriad ways that humans have carved—highways, railroads, shipping lanes, power lines, undersea cables, etc.—the earth to tame and exploit. Characterized by a dense …

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Global Economic Outlook Report: Impact of War in Ukraine – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–That “Global Economic Outlook: Effects of the War in Ukraine” Report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The global economy is expected to see slower growth and higher inflation amid the war in Ukraine and the imposition of economic sanctions on Russia. The main impact channels would be accelerated energy …

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Overcoming the Eczema Stigma: Effects, Types, and Resources

Eczema is a chronic skin condition that affects approximately 7.5% of Americans. Although most cases of eczema are considered mild, people with moderate or severe cases often experience a poor quality of life due to symptoms such as redness, swelling, and itching; poor self-esteem; and the stigma that comes with …

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City of Pasadena announces new police chief

PASADENA, Calif. — After a robust and inclusive selection process, City Manager Miguel Marquez has announced the appointment of Eugene Harris as Pasadena Police Commissioner effective January 3, 2023. Chief Harris has served as the City of San Gabriel Police Commissioner since 2016. He is also President of the Los …

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Dog owners in Las Vegas claim online pet sitting app is responsible for dog loss

LAS VEGAS, NV (KTNV) – The holiday season is upon us. For many, that means traveling out of town and leaving our furry family members behind. But before you book a boarding house for your pet, 13 Investigates warns families looking for a pet sitter online. “He loves people and …

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Abramowicz and Aguilar win bronze on day two of UGA Invite

ATHENS, Ga. – Florida State’s #19/24 Swim and Dive Teams continued to compete in the Georgia Invite at Gabrielsen Natatorium. “We had a great day,” said FSU head coach Neal Stud. “I thought overall we had some good swims and we have a great vibe. Everyone supports their teammates and …

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“COP27 has not solved the problems. It matters what happens next.

The recent floods in Pakistan were a topic of discussion at this year’s COP27 We still have a huge problem to solve. Climate change is not going away and reports show there is a 50/50 chance that global temperature rise will exceed the 1.5°C threshold by 2030. I’m an optimist, …

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Valley News – The Fair for affordable energy resources provides information and helps reduce costs

Published: 11/17/2022 22:20:47 Modified: 2022-11-17 22:20:48 WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — As the Upper Valley enters a costly heating season, a group of nonprofits will host what it calls the Affordable Energy Resources Fair on Saturday. The free event, co-hosted by Vital Communities, Efficiency Vermont’s Button Up Campaign and Listen Community …

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Morgan named semifinalist for Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award

University of Minnesota quarterback Tanner Morgan was named a semi-finalist for Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year today. Morgan is one of 20 semifinalists for the award and is a semifinalist for the second year in a row. Now in its sixth year, the award is the first college …

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Read between the lines on insurance premium tax – and why it shouldn’t be in the news this month

Raising the IPT rate again is the wrong move in a livelihood crisis. As the public, under the influence of inflation, seeks to cut costs wherever possible, every item of expenditure in the household treasury is checked for value. With known pressures from utility bills and food inflation, households are …

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The City provides informational sessions and resources to Hingham residents seeking mental health-related help

For Immediate Release HINGHAM – Executive Health Officer Susan Sarni and Community Crisis Response Clinician Aileen Walsh would like to share resources available for mental health issues with members of the Hingham community. Aspire Health Alliance will hold a special face-to-face meeting for adult residents (ages 18 and older) seeking …

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SMTD’s technical director has a long history with Pokémon

As the COVID-19 pandemic sent the nation into quarantine, people dived into hobbies and activities to help them cope with lockdown isolation. Richard Lindsay, technical director of university productions and lecturer in drama at the School of Music, Theater & Dance, found his outlet in Pokémon Go. As often as …

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Students appointed to the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council

LINCOLN — One way the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is supporting the next generation of agricultural leaders is through the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council (NAYC), a group of college students who work together to share their passion and knowledge of agriculture to share condition with young people around the …

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Vilsack highlights USDA climate initiatives and investments at COP27

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT, November 12, 2022 – At the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2022 (COP27) this week, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack highlighted the US Department of Agriculture’s initiatives and investments in climate-friendly agriculture and forestry, noting that global food security depends on the skills of farmers and producers …

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Local Advocates, Researchers Fight Alzheimer’s Disease | Regional News

LARAMIE — November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, a time when advocates work to spread the word about a disease that for many is still shrouded in uncertainty. For members of the Wyoming chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, the work has multiple goals: to help provide research and resources for people …

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Scout leader Edward Basar dies in Walled Lake, aged 82

Edward John Basar II, a retired Detroit physical education teacher and popular Boy Scout leader, inspired generations of boys – and more recently girls – to attain the highest rank in Boy Scouts, Eagle Scout, and cheered them on with his catchphrase: “You have to believe!” Mr. Bazaar, as his …

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On the frontlines of the pandemic

Ashley Bayne, assistant director of public health, recalls and documents the Herculean effort led by UND Ashley Bayne, associate director of the UND public health program, says there was no question what she had to do when UND received the call for …

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12 ways to make friends in midlife and beyond

Source: Image by Stockvault/Pixabay, CCO. Conventional wisdom holds that making friends gets harder as you get older. Is that true? It’s not a trivial question. Friendships are an important indicator of happiness and longevity in old age. A strong social network reduces the risk of early death by about 45 …

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Heidi Straughan – Agent magazine from Atlanta

With over eight years of experience behind her, Heidi Straughan has found her home at Keller Williams Chattahoochee North after a long and successful career as the owner of her own home staging company. Always pushed into real estate by her husband, who has been a real estate developer for …

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Gov. Abbott Expands State Response, Recovery Efforts After Severe Storms Hit Northeast Texas | Texas Governor’s Office

November 5, 2022 | Austin, Texas | press release Gov. Greg Abbott today extended the state of Texas’ response and recovery efforts following severe storms in northeast Texas throughout Friday and overnight into Saturday. Earlier this week, the governor directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to deploy state …

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Fall 2022 MBCC Program Highlights Recipients

Montana Board of Crime Control The Montana Board of Crime Control is pleased to announce the recipient of the fall 2022 program highlights: Hi-Line Help for Abused Spouses, Inc. The goal of Hi-Line’s Spouse Abuse Assistance is to provide each victim with a resource, a safe place, and emergency …

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The National Farm Census kicks off this month which is key in providing vital information on farming and farming in Michigan, USA

LANSING — The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) this month initiated the 2022 agricultural census for Michigan’s 46,000 producers, as well as the approximately three million U.S. producers. The USDA will be mailing survey access codes to producers across the country in late November. …

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Clearwater Valley News: Regional Craft Fairs for the Month of November | community

CLEARWATER VALLEY – Fall high school sports are ending and winter sports are beginning. Over the weekend, four cross-country runners from the Valley competed in Saturday’s State 1A Finals in Lewiston. CVHS’ Evelyn Ward placed 49th out of 62 runners. Dayton Mitzkus and Wyatt Anderberg from CVHS and Charlee Denmark …

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