Conservation North held its second annual Rebellion for Forests rally in downtown Prince George as part of the global Scientist Rebellion week of action. Roughly 50 people came to Wood Innovation Square to celebrate intact old-growth forests as a defense against the climate crisis. “Unfortunately, industrial logging of old-growth for lumber, and other forests for pellets is contributing to
The Daily Beast How ‘Suffs’ Makes a Musical Out of Women’s Right to Vote Joan MarcusThis is a first, because this review accompanies no opening night performance for the much buzzed-about Public Theater musical Suffs (through May 15, at least right now). However, this review is appearing because the theater still sees Wednesday night as
Fires and Floods Webinar When: June 7, 2022, 12pm – 1pmWhere: Online The world is heating up, issuing a rising number of severe storms, droughts and record-breaking temperatures that are wreaking havoc on communities and economies. The price tag to repair recent catastrophic flooding that washed out sections of the Coquihalla highway, as well as
In this article CSGP JLL UMH HHC Americans who are short on cash to make rent may need to face an uncomfortable reality: Conditions will likely get worse before they get better. U.S. housing supply fell to the lowest levels observed in over 20 years, according to the National Association of Realtors. That’s dramatically pushing
U.S. stocks fell today as investors eyed further hawkish remarks from the U.S. Federal Reserve that showed the Central bank remains open to aggressively raise interest rates to bring down demand and elevated levels of inflation. In New York, the Dow Jones fell 144.67 to 34,496.51, the S&P 500 dropped 43.97 to 4,481.15, while the
Once again, UC Davis leadership in the fields of veterinary science, and agriculture and forestry has been recognized — this time in the 2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject released Wednesday. Quacquarelli Symonds, considered one of the most influential international university rankings providers, ranked UC Davis first in the nation and second in the world
A version of this post was originally published on TKer.co Deutsche Bank made waves on Tuesday when its economists became the first of the major Wall Street analysts to say the U.S. economy would soon go into recession. “Two shocks in recent months, the war in Ukraine and the build-up of momentum in elevated U.S.