Project manager, Funder Collaborations job with the ClimateWorks Foundation

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Department summary – Collaborations with donors Designed to serve results-driven philanthropy, ClimateWorks leads collaborations that enable donors to strategize, learn and execute new and existing climate initiatives. Our world-class suite of collaborations enables the world’s largest climate funders to increase their individual and collective impact. We facilitate a wide range of international collaborations designed...

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Race to build desert solar energy and protect rare species

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By Tara Lohan The Biden administration gave the green light for a major new solar development in May. the Crimson Solar Project will cover 2,500 acres of public land in the Southern California desert and provide enough electricity to power 85,000 homes. The 350-megawatt photovoltaic installation enables the country to meet the administration’s stated...

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DoT to seek advice from Trai on standards for LEO, Telecom News, ET Telecom players

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Calcutta: The Telecommunications Department (DoT) will soon ask the sector regulator to unveil a full discussion paper on a new licensing framework for operators of low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations, people familiar with the matter said. “The next Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) paper will likely seek industry advice on whether a...

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Chinese commodity market growth slows in May

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Growth in China’s bulk commodities market was moderated to a five-month low in May, with sales, supply and inventories contracting month-over-month, industry data showed. The China Bulk Merchandise Index, an indicator of the growth of the domestic bulk commodity market, was above the 100% to 100.2% expansion or recession line in May, down from...

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The DOJ and CFTC are focused on tackling commodity fraud, do you? Suggestions for preparing your organization – Finance and Banking

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United States: The DOJ and CFTC are focused on tackling commodity fraud, do you? Suggestions for preparing your organization To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. In recent years, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) have worked closely to target businesses and individuals for violating...

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PC-DMIS 2021 User Group Series to be Held at Hexagon’s Virtual Smart Manufacturing Open House

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summary The PC-DMIS community can access over 8 hours dedicated to user training, new features, overviews and meeting with top software experts from June 14-16, 2021. PC-DMIS 2021 User Group Series to be Held at Hexagon’s Virtual Smart Manufacturing Open House June 3, 2021 – hexagonThe Manufacturing Intelligence division of today announced that it...

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Carbon as an agricultural product

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Agriculture continues to become more complex every year. Farming families are no longer content with just cultivating the land, planting the seeds, watching them grow, harvesting and selling or using the harvest. Today it’s about science, technology, marketing, water quality and environmental stewardship, global trade and emerging markets – and the list could go...

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Creatd (CRTD) increases stake in Plant Camp from direct-to-consumer health food company

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Receive instant alerts for news on your actions. Claim your 1-week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Creatd, Inc. (Nasdaq CM: CRTD) (the “Company” or “Creatd”), the parent company of Vocal and Creatd Partners, announced today that they have completed the purchase of an additional 56% stake in Plant Camp, LLC (“Plant Camp”), through...

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The future of the species is at stake

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Through Juana Pérez Montero This is one of the statements that Dr Carlos Ferreyra, Argentinian medical epidemiologist and climate activist, made in an interview he gave to Pressenza on the occasion of the 74th World Health Assembly, and in as a promoter of the 1st Citizens’ Assembly for Global Health, which will start on...

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Western Magnesium intends to return the manufacturing of this key strategic product to the United States.

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A world-class metallurgical technology company The technical team consists of world authorities in the production and research of magnesium Pilot plant commercialized about to start production soon What Western Magnesium does: The Western Magnesium Corporation () () aims to become the world’s low-cost producer of high-quality, environmentally friendly magnesium – a strategic metal. Currently,...

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Bob Baffert suspended: Churchill Downs says Kentucky Derby is bigger than his biggest coach

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“YOU mingled with the primitive forces of nature. And YOU will atone. —Arthur Jensen in Network Jensen’s character in the 1976 Oscar-winning film was played brilliantly by Louisville native Ned Beatty, and let’s just say that Churchill Downs Incorporated channeled the famous on-screen screed of his homeboy when he spoke to thoroughbred trainer Bob...

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Accenture Interactive Expands Experience-Based Transformation Services in Southeast Asia with Acquisition of Award-Winning Entropia Agency

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KUALA LUMPUR, Singapore – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Accenture (NYSE: ACN) today announced the acquisition of Entropia, marking the first acquisition by Accenture Interactive in Southeast Asia. Entropia, one of the fastest growing international agencies1, will complement and extend Accenture Interactive’s unique position in the experience-based transformation services market. Founded in 2016 and based in...

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Hot product before the heat wave: air conditioners

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Air conditioners are flying off the shelves as warmer temperatures approach our region. MONROE COUNTY, PA – There is still a good supply of air conditioning units here at Steele’s Ace Hardware near Tannersville. But with a possible heat wave heading our way, these boxes might not be around for long. That’s why Ron...

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Steve Wozniak’s long hunt for fish species

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ST. PETE BEACH, Fla .– Of course, there are plenty of fish stories about who escaped. But this one concerns the thousands who did not escape. “I’ve had 1,999 in Mexico,” angler Steve Wozniak (not Apple co-founder) told ABC Action New sports anchor Kyle Burger. Wozniak is on a worldwide quest to land the...

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Changes to bait regulations improve species sustainability

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Changes to the white bait regulations will improve the sustainability of endangered species while ensuring that Kiwis can continue the tradition of fishing for food from their local river in the future, said the acting Minister of Conservation, Dr Ayesha Verrall. “White baits are a valuable part of Aotearoa’s native biodiversity and are taonga...

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Patiently waiting for June 15 – AgriNews

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It will take 12 to 18 months of near-perfect growing weather conditions in the United States for corn and soybean stocks to eventually return to comfortable levels where the threat of “grain shortages” is no longer a problem. Until then, the key to grain prices rests in Mother Nature’s whims and habits during the...

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Fixing of coupon rates

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TipRanks 2 large dividend stocks at 7%; Analysts say “buy” Let’s talk about defending your wallet. It’s a common impulse for most investors when the economy starts to take a turn for the worse. We are currently in a growth phase, with economic activity rebounding strongly after the corona crisis stops, and with the...

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Westport man sentenced to jail for defrauding investors and making false statements to SEC – The Westport Local Press

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From the Internal Revenue Service Leonard C. Boyle, Acting United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that Barton stuck, from Westport, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer in New Haven to 12 months and one day in jail, followed by three years on probation, for defrauding investors and...

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US Women’s Open could get sponsor, equal price

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As befits an organization whose officers appear to have left the Mayflower in golf spikes, the USGA has always maintained a Puritan aversion to mixing its championships and commercialism. And with few resisters remaining in the sports world, where almost everything that makes sense has been swapped for the highest bid, there is an...

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Lake associations seeking to help prevent the spread of invasive species in Maine waters

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Lake Nickerson, located 10 minutes outside of Houlton in Aroostook County, is known for its narrow crescent shape and pristine water clarity. HOULTON, Maine – Lake Nickerson, located 10 minutes outside of Houlton in Aroostook County, is known for its narrow crescent shape and pristine water clarity. Nancy Putnam, president of Nickerson Lake Wilderness...

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Commodity prices risk a major reversal that could undermine investors’ positioning in the face of rising inflation, according to Societe Generale

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According to Albert Edwards of Societe Generale, commodity prices are at high risk of a major reversal. Edwards noted that a Chinese data point that typically drives commodity prices has just suffered a sharp drop. When prices fall, Edwards expects a “major reversal in inflation sentiment.” According to Albert Edwards of Societe Generale, commodity...

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Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife urges boaters to tackle invasive species ahead of Memorial Day weekend

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The Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife encourages Texas boaters to take invasive species precautions before hitting the water on Memorial Day weekend. (Courtesy of Texas Parks & Wildlife Department) Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of Texas boating season, and the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department urges boaters to take necessary invasive...

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Declaration on Principles of Collaboration in the Dialogue on Forests, Agriculture and Commodity Trade

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1) Agricultural products are important for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, including promoting economic development, reducing poverty, reducing food security and improving the livelihoods of billions of people. At the same time, the expansion of areas of unsustainable agricultural production and other forms of land degradation can pose critical challenges to our environment, the...

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SMa.rt column: Community vs commodity

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The cost of housing in a capitalist society is primarily determined by the owner. While homes can be bought, sold or rented under certain constraints, fees and changing tax laws, the primary agency always remains with the owner. For example in Santa Monica, while the landlord can only increase the rent each year for...

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Delaware Enhanced Global Dividend and Income Fund announces treasury offer for up to five percent of its shares

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PHILADELPHIA CREAM – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Delaware Enhanced Global Dividend and Income Fund (NYSE: DEX) (the “Fund”) today announced that its Board of Trustees has authorized a takeover bid from the issuer to purchase for cash up to 594 367 of its common shares, or five percent of its issued and outstanding common shares,...

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The new species of bacteria killing palm trees in Australia

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The bacteria, which they named Candidatus Phytoplasma dypsidis, were found to cause a deadly wilt disease. This new discovery was reported in the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. In 2016, several ornamental palm trees in a conservatory in the Botanic Gardens in Cairns, Queensland mysteriously died. A sample was taken from one...

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Syndicate 1856 to underwrite new business lines as part of a multi-line transformation | Latest news

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Specialist insurer ERS announced that Syndicat Arcus 1856 was authorized to underwrite new lines of business, supporting ERS plans to transform the syndicate into a (re) multi-line insurer. The insurer has now obtained the necessary approvals to underwrite extensive lines globally, including directive and discretionary ownership, marine and energy liability, political risk, terror and...

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Prism Adaptive Treatment Improves Functional and Cognitive Outcomes in People with Spatial Neglect

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A team of post-stroke neurorehabilitation experts confirmed that the inclusion of prism adaptive therapy in standard care for patients with post-stroke spatial neglect improved functional and cognitive outcomes according to the measure of independence functional.®. The article titled “Prism Adaptation Treatment Improves Inpatient Rehabilitation Outcome in Persons with Spatial Neglect: A Retrospective Paired Control...

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REFILE-Yuan appreciation may not be a good way to tackle rising commodity prices – state media

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Bloomberg Yang Mayor quest in New York slips as enemies target inexperience (Bloomberg) – Andrew Yang’s stranglehold on the New York mayoral race is slipping. A series of polls released this week leaves former frontrunner Yang behind rivals. The former presidential candidate is criticized that he has not been educated in the fundamentals of...

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Facebook, Twitter, Koo and other social media platforms must now have a reactive remedy

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Social media companies operating in India will need to implement the new 2021 Information Technology Rules (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Code of Ethics for Digital Media), which are applicable from today. These new guidelines were released in February, giving social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Koo, three months to comply. Among the...

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As one salamander species on the verge of local extinction loses ground to another, WVU researchers attempt to save both | State and region

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Two of West Virginia’s mountain-loving species of salamanders are struggling for resources and space as climate change threatens their habitats. Researchers at West Virginia University’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design have crept in to figure out how to preserve them both. Herpetologist Donald Brown, assistant professor of wildlife and fisheries resources...

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Best Interest Due Diligence Standard for Advisors # 51 | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

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The Ministry of Labor “Fiduciary Rule”, PTE 2020-02 (Part 16): Mitigation Strategies This series focuses on the new fiduciary “rule” of DOL. This article is the 16th in a sub-series dealing with specific compliance issues related to the rule. This article examines compliance with the rule’s mitigation requirements, with a particular focus on dealers...

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Official images and release information

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Mark: DC shoes Model: Lukoda OG Release date: Available now Price: To confirm Buy: DC shoes and some skate shops around the world What we say: DC Shoes got everyone to practice their kickflips down mommy and daddy’s aisle in the late 1990s and 2000s. Going back to the early days of the action...

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WVU researchers try to save two species of salamanders fighting for their territory |

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MORGANTOWN – As two local salamander species battle for resources, researchers at the University of West Virginia seek to save them both. Herpetologist Donald Brown, assistant professor of wildlife and fisheries resources research, explores the effects of climate change on the already threatened Mountain Salamander Cheat, already threatened by the federal government, and its...

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Commodity inflation could pinch sharply in FY22

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Soaring input costs are starting to squeeze profit margins, prompting companies in certain industries to take cautious price increases. However, the uncertainty of demand due to the brakes will make it difficult for some to rise in prices, analysts say. “While consumer durables, FMCGs and automotive original equipment manufacturers pass on much of their...

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Researchers document new species of African violet in Mizoram

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Researchers at the Indian Institute of Education and Scientific Research (IISER) in Bhopal have documented a new species of plant belonging to the African violets family – a popular horticultural choice in herbaria and greenhouses around the world – in Mizoram . The discovery was recently documented in the peer-reviewed journal Systematic Botany (published...

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Internal Note: McCann’s Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Describes June Celebration Extension

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Today marks one year since the police murder of George floyd. Ahead of this grim anniversary, McCann, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Singleton Beato sent an agency-wide email yesterday outlining plans for an extended observance of Juneteenth through McCann. In the memo, Beato recalled that she was already battling the impact of the...

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Ontario’s trees threatened by invasive species

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While the majority will say summer 2021 is welcome after a long winter, lengthened by the occasional lockdown, an extra layer, this season, however, is the return of the gypsy moth. An invasive species introduced to North America in 1860 by a French entomologist who had hoped to cross them with the silkworm, the...

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Algorithm for comparing cells between species

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Cells are the building blocks of life, present in every living organism. But how similar do you think your cells are to a mouse? A fish? A worm? Comparing cell types in different species across the tree of life can help biologists understand how cell types came about and how they adapted to the...

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Edmondson will lead the office of species conservation

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BOISE, ID – Governor Brad Little announced Monday that Mike Edmondson will take over as administrator of the Governor’s Office for Species Conservation (OSC). Click here to sign up for our free last minute alerts delivered to your inbox and mobile devices. You can also download our free Patch mobile app at Android or...

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IISER researchers discover new plant species in Mizoram

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Researchers at the Indian Institute of Education and Scientific Research (IISER) in Bhopal have discovered a new species of plant belonging to the African violet family in Mizoram. Along with other findings by the IISER Bhopal research team in recent years, this finding shows that the biodiversity of the northeastern regions of India is...

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Ancient microbial species never seen before in paleofeces

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Just in the last century, humans have progressed to live longer, and they’ve also gotten taller and fatter. While this physical evolution is clear to scientists, much less is known about the evolution of bacterial ecosystems in the human gut. To better understand microbial communities, an international team of researchers looked at DNA found...

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As inflation concerns persist, turn to commodities ETFs

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As financial markets start to worry about rising interest rates, investors can position themselves to soften the shock with commodities, including the Direxion Auspice Broad Commodity strategy. AND F (COM). “The prices of the building blocks of the economy have skyrocketed over the past year,” said one Wall Street Journal article Explain. “Oil, copper,...

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