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Jane Goodall joins campaign to plant a trillion trees by 2030

Trees for Jane will support efforts underway, mostly in the developing world, to replenish the earth's tree. Jane Goodall, the renowned primatologist, is launching Trees for Jane on Tuesday, joining a global campaign to combat climate change by planting a trillion trees by 2030. Goodall, a longtime National Geographic Explorer,...
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Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Looking uncertain for Week 3

Coach Jon Gruden said Monday that Jacobs (toe/ankle) is day-to-day and "very questionable" to face the Dolphins in Week 3, Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Jacobs wasn't able to suit up against the Steelers in Week 2, and it looks like he's no lock to return to full health in time to face Miami. Kenyan Drake was out-carried by Peyton Barber in Jacobs' absence Sunday, but neither running back managed much in the way of efficiency on the ground against Pittsburgh's stout defensive front.
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SportsGrid

Derek Carr and Josh Jacobs Questionable vs. Dolphins

Https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1440054610421448706. The Raiders have started the season 2-0, but they’re currently dealing with some critical injuries. Jacobs missed last week’s contest vs. the Steelers, and Jon Gruden told reporters that he’s “very questionable” in Week 3. Jacobs is currently dealing with toe and ankle injuries, and the Raiders’ running game was virtually non-existent in his absence. Peyton Barber and Kenyan Drake combined for just 41 rushing yards on 20 attempts, but Drake did manage to salvage his fantasy stock with five receptions for 46 yards.
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New Haven Register

Is Adidas' "Illegal" Running Shoe a Giant Publicity Stunt?

Earlier this month, Ethiopian long-distance runner Derara Hurisa finished the Vienna Marathon in 2:09:22, edging out Kenyan Leonard Langat by three seconds for first place. But a few days later, Hurisa was disqualified. According to race organizers, Hurisa’s shoes “were not compliant with the rules.”. He ran in a pair...
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click orlando

Dolphins vs. Raiders: How to watch, stream, listen

LAS VEGAS – The Miami Dolphins head to Nevada this weekend to play against the Las Vegas Raiders at 4:05 p.m. on Sunday. Which team is favored to win the game? Las Vegas is a 4-point Las Vegas favorite. What is the total for the game? The total is set...
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airdrietoday.com

Bearspaw resident instrumental in naming, evolution of Calgary’s Jaipur Bridge

More than fifty years since it was first erected, Calgary’s Jaipur Pedestrian Bridge is undergoing some serious rehabilitation as part of a project aiming to revitalize the Eau Claire neighbourhood in the city’s downtown. The bridge has a longstanding reputation for being one of Calgary’s most treaded pedestrian connections, as...
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chatsports.com

​Caf Confederation Cup: Gor Mahia learn their second preliminary round opponent

The Kenyan heavyweights were exempted from the initial round owing to their ranking on the continent. Gor Mahia will play Sudanese side Al-Ahly Merowe in the second preliminary round of the 2021/22 Caf Confederation Cup. The Kenyan heavyweights were exempted from the initial round of the annual competition as they...
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streetregister.com

Power player or poodle? UK-U.S. relations in flux as BoJo meets Joe By Reuters

NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – British prime minister Boris Johnson once worried that his friendliness with Donald Trump would leave him out in the cold when Democrat Joe Biden took over the White House. He can look forward to a warm reception in Washington Tuesday as transatlantic leaders gather for extensive...
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msmagazine.com

Global Women’s Assembly for Climate Justice to Coincide with U.N. General Assembly: “Life Itself Hangs in the Balance”

“Life itself hangs in the balance, and we women are coming together to say that we must make the correct choices for our collective future, now.”. These are the words of Casey Camp-Horinek, matriarch of the Ponca Nation, when speaking of the upcoming Global Women’s Assembly for Climate Justice—a free, virtual, gender-inclusive public forum being held September 25–30, 2021.
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