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Warming up your car in cold weather is actually illegal

Although the winter has been generally mild, nighttime and morning temperatures have steadily dropped to 30 and 40 degrees. Those cold mornings might prompt some to warm up the car before setting off. But if you have a habit of leaving it unattended in the aisle, you might want to …

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E-commerce product releases: January 2, 2022

Here is a list of product releases and updates for the end of December from companies that offer services to online merchants. There are updates on next day and zero emissions deliveries, in-app referrals, video content creation, early stage funding, and non-fungible tokens. Got an ecommerce product version? Send an …

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Carbon Capture Dominates Energy Developments in North Dakota in 2021 | State and regional

2021 should be dubbed the Year of Carbon Capture in North Dakota. The technology took a step forward this year when state regulators cleared the state’s first project to capture carbon dioxide from an industrial facility and store emissions underground in the state. Many other projects are underway. The effort …

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COVID and climate change worsen Germany’s financial outlook

One of the first official acts of the new German finance minister, Christian Lindner, was something of a turnaround. Five days after being sworn in, Lindner – the chairman of the neoliberal Free Democrats (FDP) – presented a supplementary budget bill to parliament that a few months earlier, while still …

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The future of work is about people, not technology

A World Economic Forum survey indicates that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased demand for greater adoption and integration of digital technology among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). However, they face many barriers to adopting the technology at a critical time. While 97% of global companies have accelerated technology adoption to …

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TransAlta (TAC) to build 300 MW wind power plant, targets 2 GW target

This story originally appeared on Zacks TransAlta Company TAC has signed two long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs) for the offtake of 100% of power produced from the 300 MW (megawatt) White Rock wind power project in Caddo County. With this project, TAC is moving closer to its clean electricity growth …

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(Korea Herald EDITORIAL December 23)

Bias assistance-Although Moon has sworn political neutrality, the government supports Lee with policies- The Moon administration is actively responding to demands from Lee Jae-myung, the presidential candidate for the ruling Democratic Party of Korea, while pushing politicians to curry favor with voters. On the surface, the administration says it makes …

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Omicron now accounts for 73% of COVID-19 cases in the United States

NEW YORK (AP) – Omicron has moved ahead of other variants and is now the dominant version of the coronavirus in the United States Federal health officials said on Monday that omicron accounted for about 73% of new infections last week. Figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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Authorities Need Your Help Track Missing Monroe County Woman

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has issued an Endangered Money Advisory for a missing woman from Monroe County. Early Saturday morning, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department issued an advisory regarding a missing adult in rural Holliday, Missouri. Authorities say Betty Hayes, 88, was reported missing from her home at 17040 …

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Who was missing at COP26 and why it’s a problem

Winner of Sustainable Cities: Net-zero Transition Photobioreactor, by Simone Tramonte, taken in Reykjanesbær, Iceland. A photobioreactor at Algalif’s facility in Reykjanesbaer, Iceland, produces sustainable astaxanthin using clean geothermal energy. Presented at the New York Times Climate Hub, Glasgow (2021). by Layla MartinMonday, December 13, 2021 I attended the United Nations …

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