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Fido restaurant in Nashville, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit challenging the anti-trans law. – Photo: Facebook. A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking a new law in Tennessee that would have required businesses and establishments that allow transgender people to use facilities matching their gender identity to post anti-transgender signage outside
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New principles of greenhouse crop management have emerged from Dutch horticulture industry experts and scientists from Wageningen University, a Netherlands institution recognized for its agricultural science program. Hundreds of Dutch growers have been trained in greenhouse climate control practices called Growing by Plant Empowerment (GPE), fundamentals of which have been outlined in a 2019 book,
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CBD Isolate and Broad Spectrum CBD allow users to capitalize on the advantages of the effects of CBD along with other forms of cannabis extract. However, neither of these choices utilizes all of the advantageous properties found in the cannabis plant as Full Spectrum CBD Oil does. Offering its users the effects of several cannabinoids,
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With COVID-19 cases continuing to drop and B.C.’s restart plan now in Phase 3, Whistler’s mayor and council rescinded a policy requiring facemasks in municipal facilities at the July 6 council meeting. The policy was first brought into effect in October 2020. Moving forward, the Resort Municipality of Whistler will align with Provincial Health Officer
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Five years ago, I was in the doctor’s office and my blood pressure was high, I was solid hypertension 2.  He urged me to get on blood pressure medication which I would have no part of. That brought us to the next discussion about diet and lifestyle with my beef consumption being one of the
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When Jesse McBride started his meal delivery business mademeals almost five years ago, kitchen space was one of the biggest challenges. He went through different commercial kitchens, but there were “always some trade-offs.” One of them, a once-prominent Brooklyn facility called Pilotwork, even shut out of the blue one day, leaving hundreds of operators, Jesse
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Dear EarthTalk: Has there been any backlash against the installation of rooftop solar panels or the development of big solar farms across the U.S.? —B. Jackson, Longmeadow, MA  Incentives like the Solar Investment Tax Credit and increased affordability in the cost of solar panel installation over the past decade have given renewable solar energy the
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China’s Ambitious Space Programs Raise Red Flags Long March 5 rocket Wiki Commons photo China is making progress with several space-related initiatives that are becoming a growing concern for the United States and its allies.Pentagon officials have grown increasingly worried in recent years about the vulnerability of spacecraft to anti-satellite weapons as Beijing’s space programs
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AGL has confirmed details of its demerger announced in March, with the business to split into two new entities – Accel Energy and AGL Australia. Accel Energy (previously referred to as PrimeCo) will be the new home for AGL’s coal and gas-fired power plants. AGL Australia meanwhile will focus on retail, flexible energy trading, energy
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<img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/07/resize/UKGoogle_16251768138362-300×300-noup.jpg" title="SOURCE: Google Maps&lt/small>” /> The U.K. Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on June 30 announced that the U.K. government will move up the deadline to remove unabated coal from the country’s energy mix by one year, to Oct. 1 2024. The move supports the U.K.’s plans to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas
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East 125th Street Pedestrian Plaza Brings Needed Outdoor Space to the Harlem Community. New York Economic Development Corporation, New York City Department of Transportation, Uptown Grand Central, and GrowNYC celebrated the ribbon cutting of the 125th Street Pedestrian Plaza in Harlem. The plaza and streetscape, situated on Park Avenue from 124th to 126th Streets, reconstructed the underutilized space underneath the elevated Metro-North rail viaduct.
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Beaumont Health, headquartered in Southfield, and Universal Health Systems announces the name of their new behavioral health care facility, Beaumont Behavioral Health. // Courtesy of Beaumont Health Joint venture partners Beaumont Health and Universal Health Services announced the name of their new behavioral health hospital, Beaumont Behavioral Health, which is under construction and is expected
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The Victorian Government has announced a plan to build a $34.9 million world-first battery facility and regional hydrogen hub at Deakin University. The Battery Technology Research and Innovation Hub 2.0 (BatTRI-Hub 2.0) will be based at Deakin’s Burwood campus. It features a testing lab and pilot production line to research and manufacture advanced batteries using
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Reading Time: 4 minutes Many people take power generation for granted, especially because the technology behind it works in the background. Most people who benefit from this readily available energy never see the infrastructure that makes it possible. Even so, digital technology is instrumental in helping power generation stay reliable and up-to-date. Here are some
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After further delays due to the latest COVID-19 lockdown, luxury health and lifestyle club Next Gen Doncaster has opened. Welcoming members from yesterday, the new facility, dedicated to holistic wellness, flexible fitness, rejuvenation and relaxation, Next Gen Health and Lifestyle Clubs’ newest members-only facility is the group’s first in Victoria. Located on the edge of
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View This Article in BOSS Magazine America is a very different place than it was when Jared Bell printed the first large format advertisement in 1835. Measuring 50 square feet, the ads drew New Yorkers to the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and heralded the creation of another spectacle that would outlast the
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Global health authorities have recommended sequencing the viral genomes of 5% or more of all confirmed COVID-19 cases, but most countries are lagging far behind that goal. Choose a dataset for a map of the sequencing progress, caseload or number of genomes sequenced in each nation. PERCENTAGE OF GENOMES SEQUENCED NUMBER OF COVID-19 CASES VIRAL
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With new restrictions on abortion headed to the Supreme Court, many are wondering what it will mean for women if Roe v. Wade is overturned. We looked to other countries for answers. Women in Sierra Leone discuss reproductive health and family planning. In sub-Saharan Africa, where laws are generally more restrictive, deaths from unsafe abortion
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