The recently elected One Nation senator from Queensland, Australia, Malcolm Roberts, fervently rejects the established scientific fact that human greenhouse gas emissions cause climate change, invoking a fairly familiar trope of paranoid theories to propound this belief.
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It is inevitable that job seekers experience a bad interview during their job search. The good news is that you can learn valuable lessons from less-than-stellar experiences when meeting with potential employers. Learn how to turn these interview mistakes into opportunities to improve your strategies to better prepare yourself for the job market. Show More Summary
Operating California’s Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant past its 2025 license expiration would cost more than twice what many had anticipated, and significantly more than replacing it with energy efficiency and renewable resources, according to an analysis submitted today to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) by the plant owner.
Nuclear power has a powerful advocate: James Hansen, the grandfather of the climate change movement. His latest move is to step on behalf of Pacific Gas & Electric's Diablo Canyon, which is set to retire in 2025.
The human resources department performs vital functions for employers, including setting hiring budgets, creating benefits packages, posting jobs and recruiting top talent. One major, yet poorly understood, aspect of HR involves workforce planning. Show More Summary
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Water technology company Xylem this week announced it will buy smart meter manufacturer Sensus for $1.7 billion — a deal that could be a game changer for the water industry.
Harley-Davidson will pay $15 million and stop selling illegal devices that increase air pollution from motorcycles, under a settlement with the EPA and US Department of Justice.
The recent announcement by energy major BP saying it is looking to divest 50% of its stake in its Chinese petrochemicals joint venture SECCO raises two questions: One, is BP’s move a prelude to a wave of divestments by global producers...Show More Summary
Climate change: Netherlands on brink of banning sale of petrol-fuelled cars; 'We need to phase out CO2 emissions and we need to change our pattern of using fossil fuels if we want to save the Earth,' says a Dutch Labour Party member Jess...Show More Summary
Britain's vast national gamble on wind power may yet pay off Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, 14 August 2016 (UK Telegraph) “…Opposition to wind power from the conservative press, Tory backbenchers, and free market economists dates] to the 1990s...Show More Summary
India’s solar dreams, too, are made in China Soumya Sarker, August 17, 2016 (Quartz India) “The Indian solar energy sector is in the middle of unprecedented growth, fed by rapidly declining tariffs, improved technology and a global oversupply...Show More Summary
Costa Rica Ranks High In Geothermal Energy Production; Costa Rica ranked 3rd in America and 11th in the world for production of geothermal energy August 15, 2016 (Costa Rica News) "Costa Rica ranked third [among North and South America...Show More Summary
If consumers are shopping for smart-home products, security is likely top of mind.According to The NPD Group’s Connected Intelligence service, four out of 10 consumers who are at least somewhat interested in a smart home ranked making their home more secure and safe as the top reason driving their interest. Source: 61% Of Smart-Home Revenue […]
The smart home is gaining ground, but it’s still a muddle of confusing standards, competing platforms, and gadgets that don’t do what you might expect. But the promise of products that can make your life a little easier is hard to resist, so I’m here to answer the inevitable questions that arise.Whether it’s figuring out […]
The workforce is rapidly changing as millennial workers impact the modernization of business processes. Your company may benefit significantly from the innovative ideas and adoption of new technologies stemming from this generation. Managing millennials can maximize your productivity and profits to enhance your business. Show More Summary
I started my career at Entergy’s Palisades Nuclear Power Plant in Southwest Michigan 11 years ago as a security officer. After seven years, I moved on to become a supervisor of Document Control and Records Management. Now, I’m a senior emergency planner, thanks to the encouragement of my nuclear mentor, Otto Gustafson. Show More Summary
Lahore Qalandars, Pakistan Premier League’s most avidly followed cricket club and Jazz, the Nation’s beloved telecom brand, have announced ‘The Jazz Rising Stars’ initiative across Punjab. This move has been made to further the development of grass roots cricket in the country by providing youth a platform to further hone and showcase their skills. Show More Summary