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Global Environment Report Card Sees Dirty Air, Failing Fisheries

Many countries are making progress on improving water sanitation and protecting marine ecosystems. But air pollution continues as a leading health problem in many nations, and fisheries are deteriorating almost everywhere.

Rates to Perform Musical Compositions in 2018-2022 Published for Noncommercial Broadcasters

Attention, noncommercial educational (NCE, a/k/a “public”) broadcasters! If you have been wondering how much you’ll have to pay to broadcast musical compositions this year (and beyond), wonder no more. The rates for 2018 through 2022 were published in the Federal Register on January 19. For those new to the issue, these rates have been administered...… Continue Reading

TODAY’S STUDY: Global New Energy Right Now

Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2017 January 2018 (International Renewable Energy Agency) Key Findings • After years of steady cost decline for solar and wind technologies, renewable power is becoming an increasingly competitiveShow More Summary

QUICK NEWS, January 23: Do You Know What The Climate Change Monster Looks Like?; Arizona Looks At Big Wind Buy; Trump's Solar Tariff Makes America A Loser Again

Do You Know What The Climate Change Monster Looks Like? Help Us Design a Climate Change Monster; What fictional beasts will our shifting environments bring? Natasha Frost, January 22, 2018 (Atlas Obscura) “…Our changing world will doubtless...Show More Summary

Shutdown Any Unauthorized Use of Trademarks

While many outside the nation’s capital were engrossed in this weekend’s football games, those inside the beltway were engrossed in their own local sport: politics (especially because D.C.’s team – who shall remain nameless even as that name may be trademarked – hasn’t played for the Lombardi trophy in 28 years). Specifically, “Shutdown” was THE...… Continue Reading

The Biggest Little Detectors

Two test detectors being installed and tested at CERN are the prototypes of the much larger detectors planned for DUNE, the biggest international science project ever conducted in the United States and hosted by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Why Are You Leaving Your Job?

If you're currently employed and seeking another job, an interviewer may ask you, "Why are you leaving your job?" It's a fair question, but it's not the easiest to answer because your answer reflects your personality. An interviewer is trying to understand your motives and work relationships with this question. Show More Summary

11 More Things Not to Say During an Interview

The job interview is your primary chance as a job seeker to impress hiring managers with your professionalism and qualifications. However, if you say the wrong things or present yourself in a negative light, you drastically decrease your opportunities. Show More Summary

New Media Ownership Rules Take Effect Feb. 7

The FCC’s final Order on Reconsideration in its media ownership proceeding was published in the Federal Register on Jan. 8.  This latest step in the long-running saga of the FCC’s attempts to reform its media ownership rules relaxes many media ownership rules. Absent Court intervention or Commission reconsideration, those changes will take effect on Feb....… Continue Reading

Josh Newton's Water Jobs and More! 23 January 2018 - Another Record!

16 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

The latest news from Josh: Three things… First, record broken! This week has the most number of jobs in a single week since the website started (159). Second, even with a large number of jobs, this week’s list is still one of the better ones I’ve seen in terms of...

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