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The spectre haunting San Francisco
And the ideas, conveniently, allow us to extend the apparently limited life of natural resource reserves seemingly indefinitely.
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Resegregation in the American South
The Brown ruling did not hinge on the inferior resources allotted black students under many segregated educational systems.
Earthquake in 60 seconds? Local experts: Benefits of advance warning system ...
While Humboldt State University Geology Department professor Lori Dengler said she thinks the system is �terrific� for promoting safety and preventing damage in large urban areas, she said the direct benefits to Humboldt County would be �limited ...
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Growing-Season Burns a Natural Ecological Process in SC
If you see or smell smoke near one of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources' heritage preserves or wildlife management areas this spring and summer, it may be coming from a prescribed fire.
Dream big or go home
We know Australia's economy is far too reliant on our all-too-finite resources and tourism industries. These are plagued by fluctuating commodity prices and currencies, and weather -- factors that we have little positive control over.
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Insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea
At the subregional level, ECCAS countries adopted a maritime safety and security strategy in 2008, which aims to ensure security by protecting offshore oil resources, fisheries, and sea routes.[15] Central African states of the Gulf of Guinea have ...
Segregation Now: The Resegregation of America's Schools
Though its resources were not as rich as those of the all-white Tuscaloosa High, Druid was a source of pride within the city's black community.
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR: What's Happening, April 17 - April 23
Seating is limited and advance registration for this free series is required. Contact Susan Era 707-671-5939 or e-mail erasu@sbcglobal.
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Tight job markets spark higher wages
While some people will move for good-paying careers over time, migration can be limited by poor information about opportunities, houses with mortgages more than the value of the properties and an aging population, Holzer said.
Tight Job Market in US Cities Prompts Higher Pay  Businessweek
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Renewable energy rises, but IPCC authors warn that nuclear power must also ...
Over the past decade and a half, countries around the world have taken unprecedented steps to shift their energy dependence from fossil fuels to alternative resources. ... "A mix of low-carbon energy from renewables, nuclear, or fossil fuels with ...
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