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UF administrators slam faculty over free speech controversy

As concerns about academic freedom at the University of Florida grow, with a petition signed by hundreds of faculty members, UF board members said on Friday the school had done nothing. poorly and expressed their displeasure with the reports and faculty members who spoke. outside. Mori Hosseini, the chairman of …

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More people worry about the health of the Great Lakes, poll finds

More Great Lakes residents in the United States and Canada think the Great Lakes are in poor condition than those who think they are in good shape. The Great Lakes Water Quality Board survey asked 4,500 people to rate the current state of the environmental health of their favorite Great …

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Petition against closure of Gallows Corner overflight warned

Posted: 12:00 p.m. November 30, 2021 A petition opposing the potential closure of the Gallows Corner flyover has garnered nearly 1,300 signatures. Last week, Transport for London (TfL) warned it may have to shut down the flyby if it does not receive additional government funding. More than £ 4bn has …

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School Board Passes Climate Change Curriculum Resolution – Berkeley High Jacket

The Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) school board discussed the new Coaching Boys into Men program, Title IX office and the climate literacy resolution at its November 3 meeting. The public comment section of the meeting was filled with students, parents, teachers and members of the Berkeley community voicing their …

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Indian Gen Z don’t think COP26 was a success

Climate change activist Aakash Ranison says the problem is closer to home and maybe structural. He tires of politicians who think and plan for the short term and proclaims that the way the crisis is handled allows the regime in power to disempower itself. “The attitude is, ‘How can I …

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Occidental Petroleum sued for air pollution in Permian Basin

One of the Permian Basin’s major oil and gas producers could be sued by an environmental group in New Mexico who claimed the company illegally released air pollutants at facilities in the southeastern corner of the state. Santa Fe-based WildEarth Guardians on Nov. 18 filed a notice of its intention …

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Consumer Watchdog publishes public comment on Treasury notice

WASHINGTON, November 20 – Carmen balber, Executive Director of Consumer Watchdog, Los Angeles, California, posted a public comment on the Treasury Department Opinion entitled “Request for information from the Federal Insurance Office on the insurance sector and climate-related financial risks”. Comment was written on November 15, 2021, and posted on …

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The world is entering a new era of great government

20 November 2021 “KEXHAUST YOUR eye on one thing and only one: how much is the government spending, ”Milton Friedman once said. Today his eyes would burst. Governments spent $ 17 billion on the pandemic, including loans and guarantees, for a combined total of 16% of the global total GDP. …

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New minister says natural resources must evolve to include renewables and biofuels

RCMP said the body of a woman was found in a landslide on Highway 99 near Lillooet, B.C., following historic rains as search continues for others who could be buried in the debris. Staff Sgt. Janelle Shoihet said on Tuesday that the total number of people and vehicles missing had …

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