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Floods: Research shows millions more at risk of flooding

A new study shows that the percentage of the global population at risk from flooding has risen by almost a quarter since the year 2000. Satellite images were used to document the rise, which is far greater than had been predicted by computer models. The analysis shows that migration and...
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Hennepin County, MNPosted by
Terry Davis

Hennepin County trees planting and reforestation projects

HENNEPIN, MN - Hennepin County engages in partnerships with cities, libraries, community organizations, and schools to plant and preserve trees throughout the county. A large percentage of the trees planted by the county are sourced from the Hennepin County Correctional Facility in Plymouth's gravel-bed nursery. The gravel-bed nursery provides county access to hardy, diversified, and cost-effective trees.
Politicsmoneytalksnews.com

10 States With the Best Infrastructure

Editor's Note: This story originally appeared on SmartAsset.com. This summer, President Joe Biden reached an agreement with a group of bipartisan senators for an infrastructure plan that will invest nearly $1 trillion over eight years on roads, water, electricity, broadband internet and other projects. Aimed at revitalizing the American economy, the bill, if passed, would be the largest long-term investment in infrastructure in nearly a century. Keeping this in mind, SmartAsset identified and ranked the states with the best infrastructure in 2021.
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Benzinga

Wednesday's Market Minute: A Closer Look At Turnaround Tuesday

The stock market closed at a new record yesterday, and the session is worth a second look. Of the four major indexes, it was the S&P 500 that posted the biggest gain: 0.84 percent. This alone stands out to some degree because, for the most part lately, the largest moves on any given day have been in either the Nasdaq-100 or the Russell 2000 (more often the former). It’s been rare to see the kind of broad, diverse advance that we saw Tuesday as 10 of 11 sectors climbed. Apple had the first decent showing since its earnings with a 1.5% bounce, but tech as a group was average. Delta variant headlines weighed on some travel and booking stocks, but airlines managed to squeak out a gain, and economically sensitive cyclical groups like energy, banks, and industrials were the best performers.
StocksBayStreet.ca

Respectable Gains at Open

Stocks in Canada’s largest centre fought doggedly up at open on Wednesday, boosted by resource gains, while official data showed the value of domestic building permits rose in June from May. The TSX Composite index gained 19,.54 points to open the mid-week session at 20,385.39. The Canadian dollar picked up...
Advocacypowersportsbusiness.com

Ski-Doo launches Snow PASS grant program

Ski-Doo has announced the launching of a program to support grassroots organizations involved in preserving, renewing and expanding the sport of snowmobiling. The Ski-Doo Snow Protect, Access, Sustain and Support (PASS) grant program will offer up to $5,000 in matching funds to national, provincial, state and local associations and clubs engaged in the many activities that ensure the health of the sport.
Presidential Electionmorningbrew.com

Biden’s electric vehicle goals meet reality

The Biden admin has made big promises with respect to automotive electrification. In the last week, we’ve gotten clarity on some of the specifics, both in terms of supercharging...charging stations…and electric vehicle (EV) sales. A jolt of funding. Later this week, we could experience something rarer than finding a seat...
Berkeley, CAtemple.edu

Klein College establishes Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting

Photography By: — Klein College of Media and Communication will soon launch a Center for Urban Investigative Reporting, thanks to a $1.2 million founding grant from the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation of Berkeley, California. The Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Center for Urban Investigative Reporting will focus exclusively on the issues...
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24/7 Wall St.

So long India; trend toward less business travel appears real

By David Callaway, Callaway Climate Insights I’m not big on the theories that everything will change once we emerge from our Covid hibernation, but one area I’ve been impressed with is the sudden commitment of some global services businesses to slashing business travel for climate reasons. Bain & Co. last week became the latest to […]
Plymouth, MAWicked Local

DPW ready to roll on road repairs with state funding

PLYMOUTH – It’s been a busy summer for the DPW road crew – and it’s about to get busier. The state just approved $1.57 million in Chapter 90 funding for Plymouth road and bridge repairs, greenlighting several important projects around town. “This was anticipated,” said Jonathan Beder, DPW director. “We...
Industryresourceworld.com

Element 29 Commences Drilling at Its Elida Copper Project

Element 29 Resources Inc. (“Element 29” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: ECU | OTCQB: EMTRF) announces today that it has commenced a 4,000 metre (“m”) drill program to further explore the known copper mineralization at its Elida Copper Project (“Elida”) located in central Perú (see Figure 1). The Company also announces the retirement of Brian Booth, President and CEO.
Sturgis, MISturgis Journal

Improvement project for Vinewood/East Congress delayed

An improvement project for Vinewood Avenue and East Congress Street in Sturgis is delayed indefinitely. The city of Sturgis received notice of the delay Aug. 2 from Michigan Department of Transportation. The project had been approved by city commissioners July 28. MDOT's decision stems from the fact a portion of...
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