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Business Insider 10/22/2019 14:39
A massive asteroid struck present-day Mexico 66 million years ago. The impact contributed to the extinction of the dinosaurs and 75% of life on Earth at the time. The asteroid crash spurred a mile-high tsunami, wildfires, and the release of billions of tons of sulfur that blotted out the sun and led the planet to cool, . A new study reveals that marine species weren't spared: Acid rain and fallout from the impact acidified the world's oceans in a "flash." That caused marine ecosystems to collapse. . About 66 million years ago, an asteroid more than 6 miles wide struck modern-day Mexico. The impact sparked wildfires that stretched for hundreds of miles, triggered a mile-high tsunami, and released billions of tons of sulfur into the atmospher.
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Of course, I recognize that the nation faces many other serious national security threats—hostile foreign military forces, espionage (including economic espionage), domestic and international terrorism, weapons of mass destruction (including chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapons), hypersonic weapons, climate change and so on.
THE WEEK 10/22/2019 10:15
It's been a rough year for American meritocracy — the idea that talented, hard-working people will naturally rise to the top of our corporate and government hierarchies. The college admissions bribery scandal demonstrated just how far many wealthy parents will go to give their children an advantage in the climb to the top. The rest of us , like parents having their kids' pictures Photoshopped to make it them look like football or water polo stars when they really didn't play at all. But the central problem with meritocracy isn't the outright cheating. It isn't even the perfectly legal ways wealthy parents pave their children's way into the elite with private tutoring and fancy preschools. The trouble is that a society built on people living.
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PR Newswire 10/22/2019 09:13
The Full GREENGUARD GOLD Certification indicates that the UVgel 460 ink lives up to UL Environment's most stringent criteria and safety considerations for chemical emissions.
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DTiNews (Vietnam) 10/22/2019 02:00
The Vietnamese Government has engaged in various international commitments to enhance management and preserve vulnerable and endangered marine turtles, said Director General of the Directorate of Fisheries Tran Dinh Luan on October 21. Tuesday, 22 October 2019 12:24 PM.
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GlobeNewswire 10/21/2019 20:05
Construction of a greenhouse built from recycled plastic bottles was completed for the Primary School in Coranzuli.
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USAToday (United States) 10/21/2019 13:25
Thanks to unusually warm temperatures high above Antarctica this month, the ozone hole shrank to its smallest size on record, scientists reported.
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CIO Magazine 10/21/2019 08:42
real . There are many reasons for focusing on individual action. It is easy for policymakers to pass the responsibility onto the individual and the media loves to run articles on the top 10 ways to eat/shop/travel sustainably. It makes us feel good that we’re doing something. Unfortunately, it’s much more nuanced than that.
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GreenBiz 10/21/2019 03:36
We as sustainability professionals are not only at forefront of changing how society thinks about issues such as climate change, plastic/food waste and equality in the workplace, but we are the vortex of altering the nature of the dialogue as well.
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Energy News 10/21/2019 02:30
Gothenburg, Sweden (SPX) Oct 19, 2019. A research group at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, has developed an efficient process for breaking down any plastic waste to a molecular level. The resulting gases can then be transformed back into new plastics - of the same quality as the original. The new process could transform today's plastic factories into recycling refineries, within the framework of their existing infrastructu.
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Hindu Business Line (India) 10/20/2019 01:33
Only six of Sivakasi’s 1,070 fireworks units have a green cracker licence. But everybody claims to be making eco-friendly fireworks. Meanwhile confusion over the issue has caused Sivakasi a production loss of nearly ₹1,000 crore.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing amendments to the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for the Organic Liquids Distribution (Non-Gasoline) (OLD) source category. The EPA is proposing amendments to the storage tank and equipment leak requirements as a result of the residual risk and technology review (RTR). The EPA is also proposing amendments to allow terminals the option to implement a fenceline monitoring program in lieu of the enhancements to the storage tank and equipment leak requirements; correct and clarify regulatory provisions related to emissions during periods of startup, shutdown, and malfunction (SSM); add requirements for electronic reporting of performance test results
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Financial Express (India) 10/19/2019 06:59
In a country where plastic waste soars to 26,000 tonnes daily, Akshar Foundation School encourages students to bring at least 25 plastic items every week.
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