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3 websites a smart job hunter checks every day

There are tons of sites on the internet that can help you land a good job. But you'd better be careful, or you'll find yourself wasting all your time surfing the web instead of actually applying for roles. So, which sites should youShow More Summary

Paul George deserves better than the Pacers

His prime is being wasted by a team competitively stuck in no man’s land. You can’t blame him for looking elsewhere. On a night that Paul George had 36 points, 15 rebounds and 9 assists, the Pacers blew a 25-point halftime lead to the Cleveland Cavaliers to lose the third game of the series. Show More Summary

EPA chief visits Indiana waste site amid proposed budget cuts

EAST CHICAGO, Ind. (Reuters) - The head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) toured his first hazardous waste site on Tuesday amid proposed budget cuts that could devastate efforts to clean up contaminated land and water around the country.

Spring is an Apt Time to Reflect on MS and Hope

T.S. Eliot’s opens his masterwork The Waste Land with four stunning lines of verse: April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing  Memory and desire, stirring  Dull roots with spring rain.  It seems odd to say that April is cruel. Show More Summary

A Contemporary Take on “The Waste Land” at Knockdown Center

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

A collaboration between artist Liliya Lifanova, composer Hiroya Miura, and choreographer Davy Bisaro debuts this week with open rehearsals and a performance. The post A Contemporary Take on “The Waste Land” at Knockdown Center appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Mike Swick: I’m doing everything in my power to land Matt Hughes fight

When former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion Matt Hughes announced he’d be open to coming out of retirement for another fight, fellow mixed martial arts (MMA) legend Royce Gracie wasted no time in campaigning for the fight. Show More Summary

Land of Talk - This Time

Sounds like: Sharon Van Etten, Torres, Courtney Barnett, Laura Gibson Song: Land of Talk - This Time What's so good? "I don't wanna waste it this time," Elizabeth Powell bluntly begins on the latest track off Land of Talk's upcomingShow More Summary

Escaping the Waste Land: On Flannery O’Connor and T.S. Eliot

Eliot delivers the ruins. O’Connor preserves them, navigates them, and then, inspired by Catholicism, discovers in them an original form of grace. The post Escaping the Waste Land: On Flannery O’Connor and T.S. Eliot appeared first on The Millions.

Ready to tank? New York Jets scour quarterback market, sign 37-year-old Josh McCown

The New York Jets wasted three valuable picks on quarterbacks over the last four drafts, and still had to go find a new quarterback for 2017. The Jets landed on veteran Josh McCown, who will be 38 for Week 1. They signed him to a one-year deal for $6 million according to multiple reports. Show More Summary

Singer Fletcher's 'Wasted Youth' Video is For Fearless Females

Check out the latest music video from the talented up-and-coming singer Fletcher! The N.J. native (real name Cari Fletcher) landed on Spotify’s 2016 Spotlight list with her debut EP Finding Fletcher, and just recently dropped the video for her song “Wasted Youth.” “I think that ‘Wasted Youth’ is my favorite song off the EP because [...]

Morning Skate: Poking fun at southern NHL crowd sizes is a waste of time

It won’t land Quebec City a new team. So stop. You love hockey. You love SB Nation. You love reading hockey at SB Nation. Search your feelings. You know these things are true. But life's too busy to browse the whole network for news....Show More Summary

Rubicon’s Smart-Waste Platform to Benefit Santa Fe Businesses

In a move that is expected to improve commercial waste services for New Mexico businesses, Rubicon Global, a smart waste and recycling startup whose customers include many Fortune 500 companies, has landed another municipal contract with the city of Santa Fe. The post Rubicon’s Smart-Waste Platform to Benefit Santa Fe Businesses appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Don't Waste an Inch: Ideas for Using a Really Narrow Room

Have you got a landing, a spare room, a bit of hallway—any particularly small sliver of space in your home that's searching for its purpose? Narrow rooms can pose a special challenge, but this doesn't mean that you can't make the most of that space. Here's a little inspiration for getting the most out of a (really, really) narrow room. READ MORE »

It’s time we face it: Fossil fuels are killing us

When we think of pollution, we think of our planet: stripped forests paved asphalt black, sterile red rivers, brown-gray skies and creeping slums over once virgin land. We imagine massive dumps of civilized waste, the extermination of species and temperatures which bake the earth like a neglected oven. We mourn the global home in which […]

Republicans Want to Let Oil Companies Waste Gas on Public Lands

GOP lawmakers support the removal of a rule that requires companies to capture and reuse wasted methane from their drills, which could cost taxpayers $23 million in lost revenue annually.

$1.5 Billion and Counting: Real Time “Waste Ticker” Reveals Value of Publicly Owned Gas That Private Companies Waste

Across the country, oil and gas companies allow massive quantities of natural gas, worth billions of dollars, to leak into the air — and when it happens on federal lands, it’s the American public who loses. A new interactive tool lets users see, in real time, just how much American-owned gas private companies waste every second.

Congress Plans Back Door Tactic to Scrap Methane Pollution Rule — and These Are the Oil Companies That Will Benefit

Republican leaders in Congress say they’ll use an obscure rule called the Congressional Review Act ( CRA ) to roll back the Methane Waste and Prevention Rule as early as next week. The rule, finalized by the Bureau of Land Management...Show More Summary

US: Cities, Suburbs are Requiring Too Much Parking Near Transit Stations, Study Says

Auto-centric standards and zoning requirements have led to too much parking being built around transit stations, leaving many parking spaces empty and wasting valuable land that could be better used, according to a study.

Climate Change Is Impacting Food Spoilage, and Technology Is Coming to the Rescue

Click here for reuse options! The U.S. and Europe are responsible for approximately 60 percent of all food waste—with more than a fifth arising from spoilage. Farmers are starting to rethink spoilage. Climate change, increasing land,...Show More Summary

10 landscape design projects that turned neglected spaces into incredible parks

Landscape architects frequently work to transform areas that contain industrial and toxic waste, infrastructure no longer in use, or land affected by war, natural disaster or disuse. These neglected places, while often having a negative impact on the environment and surrounding community, are simultaneously part of our cultural heritage. Show More Summary

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