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The hotels are situated in 29 nations throughout six continents and a represent a variety of kinds from safari lodges and luxury seashore resorts to stylish metropolis escapes, wellness retreats and getaways that supply quick access to nature. The It List contains 30 properties in the United States, including Leisure six in California and five throughout New York state, in addition to in destinations such as Denver, Des Moines, Chicago, … Read More

OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Haaland courts moderates during tense confirmation hearing | GOP’s Westerman looks to take on Democrats on climate change | White House urges passage of House public lands package

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Setting the stage… Just as Rep. Deb HaalandDeb HaalandImage of Deb Haaland

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Moscow City Council approves change to landlord, tenant code

Feb. 17—The city of Moscow should be able to save thousands of dollars in unpaid utility bills by tenants and in the staff time used to manage the process after the City Council’s action Tuesday night.

Moscow loses $41,250 on average each year in unpaid bills and staff time and the cost is spread across all Moscow utility users.

The Moscow City Council approved a resolution authorizing a revised process

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The gaming industry isn’t diverse enough. This Philadelphian is trying to change that

“I wasn’t immediately into gaming because at first, I was trying to just understand my environment. But when I started, it connected me to things I’d never known about.”

First, Madehdou played individual games, but as he grew more comfortable, he competed with other people. In this way, video games became an immersive way to navigate a new culture and make friends.

Now he creates space for other young people
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Biden aims for most ambitious US effort on climate change

Washington – In what would the most ambitious U.S. effort ever to stave off the worst effects of climate change, President Joe Biden is aiming to cut oil, gas and coal emissions and double energy production from offshore wind turbines through executive orders Wednesday.

The orders awaiting his signature target federal subsidies for oil and other fossil fuels and halt new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters.

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Yellowstone science forecasts climate change crunch for amphibians | Montana Untamed



Columbia spotted frog

The Columbia spotted frog went locally extinct at a wetland near Fishing Bridge. A scientist’s 1950s study of the population provided the baseline data for future scientists to document the frog’s decline.




Mention Yellowstone National Park and amphibians aren’t likely to leap to mind. Yet the frogs, toads and salamanders that live in the 3,500-square miles of protected landscape are indicators of the park’s health, as

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Yellowstone science forecasts climate change crunch for amphibians | Outdoors



Columbia spotted frog

The Columbia spotted frog went locally extinct at a wetland near Fishing Bridge. A scientist’s 1950s study of the population provided the baseline data for future scientists to document the frog’s decline.




Mention Yellowstone National Park and amphibians aren’t likely to leap to mind. Yet the frogs, toads and salamanders that live in the 3,500-square miles of protected landscape are indicators of the park’s health, as

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Be the Change

Newswise — At the California State University, every campus offers students the chance to make a difference in their communities—​from local service opportunities to voting support. But the ultimate goal is to prepare them to continue working on behalf of their neighborhoods, their state and their world after they graduate.

Discover a few ways the CSU is empowering students to be the change they want to see.​

Getting Out the

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Halloween events change in Branson following downpour

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Answers to your questions about how climate change affects winter recreation in Maine

Maine has long been a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts who in winter have gone downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. But as climate change makes sub-freezing temperatures and sufficient snowpack less consistent, and as tourists seek out new kinds of experiences, traditional winter outdoor recreation businesses in Maine are having to adjust.

Some ski resorts have suffered through slow winters due to a relative lack of snow, while opportunities

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Public comments change plan for Bison Gulch | Kris Capps

Public comments can make a difference.

After receiving online citizen comments on a proposal that would change the trailhead for the popular Bison Gulch Trail just south of Healy, the decision was made to leave the current parking area, but also continue with plans to build a new, safer parking area at Antler Creek.

“Public comment does matter, especially while we are in the design phase,” said Danielle R. Tessen

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McSally and Kelly discuss climate change, public land management in online forums

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Senate candidates Martha McSally and Mark Kelly laid out their visions of public land management for Arizona on Friday in two separate online forums hosted by the Arizona Trail Association.

The online forums took place ahead of their only scheduled debate on Tuesday and today’s voter registration deadline.

Climate change starkly contrasted the candidates, McSally continued her rhetoric of qualifying the scientific consensus that human emissions

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How it will change life for baby boomers, seniors

Bruce Horovitz, Kaiser Health News
Published 6:00 a.m. ET Aug. 1, 2020 | Updated 10:10 a.m. ET Aug. 3, 2020

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Pressure to create a coronavirus vaccine is increasing by the day, but for a safe vaccine to enter the market, it takes time.

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Imagine this scenario, perhaps a year or two in the future: An effective COVID-19 vaccine is routinely available and the world is moving forward.

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The ultimate guide to coverings as England’s rules change on Friday

We have all your questions about face masks answered including how to wash them, masks for children and where to buy them: iStock
We have all your questions about face masks answered including how to wash them, masks for children and where to buy them: iStock

The coronavirus pandemic has meant that face masks and coverings will become part of daily life. The UK government and the World Health Organisation (WHO) have both advised wearing face coverings in a bid to reduce the infection transmission of Covid-19.

It was recently announced that from

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COVID forced these restaurants to change completely. Here’s why locals are loving it

A sleek Japanese cocktail lounge with caviar fondue is now baking pizza.

An upscale Miami seafood raw bar has turned to delivering saucy veal parmigiana and homemade meatballs.

And the kosher Wywood bakery known for some of Miami’s best bread is staying open late for a falafel-and-beer street food pop up.

The coronavirus pandemic, which closed restaurant dining rooms on and off throughout the last three months, has forced some

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We Need to Change How We Share Our Personal Data Online in the Age of COVID-19

A few months into the coronavirus pandemic, the web is more central to humanity’s functioning than I could have imagined 30 years ago. It’s now a lifeline for billions of people and businesses worldwide. But I’m more frustrated now with the current state of the web than ever before. We could be doing so much better.

COVID-19 underscores how urgently we need a new approach to organizing and sharing personal

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Will Arielle Charnas’ Something Navy Be a ‘Catalyst for Change?’

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Arielle Charnas is bringing her much-talked-about brand to market. Will it find its footing in a time of great uncertainty?

In March, when the world began to buckle under the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, Charnas shared a series of Instagrams showing her taking a COVID-19 test. She had secured the test through personal connections at a time when New York was limiting

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Climate change ‘as urgent’ as coronavirus

Greta Thunberg says the world needs to learn the lessons of coronavirus and treat climate change with similar urgency.

That means the world acting “with necessary force”, the Swedish climate activist says in an exclusive interview with BBC News.

She doesn’t think any “green recovery plan” will solve the crisis alone.

And she says the world is now passing a “social tipping point” on climate and issues such as Black

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7 Ways the Pandemic Will Change College Forever

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The pandemic will force major changes in higher education — not just in the fall but for years to come, as colleges and universities face steep budget cuts, enrollment challenges and new types of competition.

Adapting won’t be easy, and institutions that don’t embrace change will likely suffer. Many schools will be forced to shut down or merge. Two hundred or more institutions, mostly very small schools, could

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How Robert F. Smith, the Wealthiest Black American, Is Making Change

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From Town & Country

The software titan Robert F. Smith and his wife Hope were supposed to be in Malibu in late March. They own two properties there, an $18 million beach house and a $19 million blufftop mansion, more than enough room for their family, which just expanded by two: Identical twin girls Zuri and Zya were born, by surrogate, in

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