Author: Jacqueline Moody

Author: Jacqueline Moody

Krill Fishing : Environmental Scientists Warn of Krill’s Fragile Ecosystem

Krill, the shrimp-like marine creatures with which seals, whales and other sea animals thrive on to survive, currently exist in a fragile ecosystem. Although the US already imposed a ban on krill fishing in the country’s territorial waters, fishing for krill in Antarctica has beeecologyn ongoing for the past decades and up to the present.

Why North Node Taurus Politicians Must have Awareness of the Predictions for 2022

According to astrologers, when Taurus is positioned as the North Node of a lunar nodal cycle, Taureans must have collective awareness of what makes sense. We should take advantage of the period by gravitating to stabilizing conditions and choices, in order to enhance the security of our present situation. Currently, since January 18, 2022, the

Haarlem, A Champion to Holland’s Push for a Circular Economy

Haarlem is a mid-sized city in the province of Noor Holland that has a big reputation for being a robust supporter of The Netherlands‘ circular economy goals. Winner of the 2020 Procurement Initiative Award bestowed by the European Procura + organization, Haarlem is a frontrunner in embracing the integration of Corporate Social Responsibility in innovative

Understanding a Computer Science Discipline Known as Computational Politics

Computer science is so broad and diverse that its application is also in use in the political arena as an analytical skill known as computational politics. Basically, the primary step in computational politics is the mining of data about a particular political topic or agenda. The data is then computationally analyzed usually for use of

Etsy Sellers to Form a Union after Holding a Successful Week-Long Strike

After thousands of Etsy sellers waged a weeklong strike to protest a recent 30% increase in transaction fees, they’re now organizing themselves to form a union. Kristi Cassidy, who led the strike by posting a call to action at Reddit, said the strike had brought sellers together, which made them realized they share many concerns

Strategic Cost Analysis : Avoiding the Impact of Inflation

As the aftermath of the economic recession caused by COVID-19 led to inflation, companies try to avoid its impact by making adjustments on manufacturing costs. However, when doing so in times of inflation, it would be more advantageous to perform strategic cost analysis to be able to offer cheaper alternatives that do not sacrifice quality

Digital Marketing Benefits that Can Help Small Businesses Grow

Prior to the shutdown of nonessential business caused by the ubiquitous COVID-19, many startup entrepreneurs believed they didn’t have to compete online. As a result, some subsequently scrambled to set up their online stores, while others used their social media accounts to connect with their regular customers, assuming they’ll get by after one or two

The Gender-Lens Companies and Their Impact on ESG Investing

Gender equity is fast advancing as a focus in the social, environmental, and governance investing movement as the gender-lens has been receiving much attention. Gender-lens investing favors companies that have high representations of women in management positions and in boards. It also takes into consideration companies that value pay equity and other workplace policies that

House Painting : Don’t DIY, Hire a Full Service Contractor Instead

If you’ve been planning to have your house painted, now is the right time of the year to get things done because early fall offers the best weather conditions. That being the case, you should already look for a house painting contractor as the best ones have had their hands full since early summer. While

A Brief on the Driver Shortage Problem Faced by the U.S. Trucking Industry

Driver shortage has been a growing concern in the trucking industry, which became more pronounced after the pandemic made online purchasing a norm for consumers. Higher wages, lowering of age requirement for interstate driving and shorter routes are the most recommended solutions to address the problem. Although the first two recommendations are feasible, their implementations

Biden Administration to Work with Environment Responsible, Metal-Producing Allies

The Biden administration acknowledges that China is a major source of electric vehicle and battery materials, but also recognizeshttps://www.a-pln.org/how-wow-in-china-was-affected-by-local-politics/ that so are other countries. As President Biden resolved to continue to correct the lack of reciprocity in US-China trade deals, the White House announced that the U.S. will work with allies instead, in the country’s

Covid Cases Rise in 21 States Where Govs Eased Mitigation Measures

COVID-19 Infection cases are increasing in 21 U.S. states as governors have eased up on lockdown restrictions over businesses like gyms, restaurants, and bars. Even at the rate by which citizens are getting vaccinations, other emerging variants of the disease continue to spread quickly across the affected regions. The 21 US.states include: Connecticut, Hawaii, Alabama,

Trump Faces Another Impeachment This Time for Incitement of Insurrection

Donald Trump has been impeached again, as the House of Representatives passed articles seeking to ban him from holding any public office in the future. The charges are based on speeches that encourages his whitw supremacist supporters to act seditiously by forcing their way into the Capitol Hill building in Washington D.C. The ensuing riot

Trump’s Erratic Behavior Drawing Attention to the 25th Amendment

Trump’s erratic behavior while undergoing heavy drug treatment as a Covid-19 patient has been drawing attention to the U.S. 25th Constitutional Amendment. Currently, questions are being raised about succession, in the event that any President becomes mortally ill, or deemed not mentally fit to carry out his leadership functions. That is why, it is widely

Trump ‘s Conflicting Claims about Intel Report on Russia Bounties

Trump claims reports about Russia’s offer and payment of bounties for the killing of American soldiers in Afghanistan is a complete hoax. However, it appears that Republican lawmakers are not going to let it go at that. Some are supporting Democratic House Speaker Pelosi’s call for an investigation of the matter. In fact the calls

Biden on Track to Win Democratic Prez Nomination

Results of the Democratic primary elections held during March 10’s SuperTuesday continue to show that Biden is on track to win the presidential nomination. To date, former Vice President Joe Biden is ahead with 858 delegates; claiming victories in the states of Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi and Missouri. Biden bested Sander even in Michigan, where Sanders’

Russia and China Continue to Show Military Partnership in Joint Military Exercises at Tsentr

Russia is carrying out another large-scale military exercises with China, this time inviting forces coming from India, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Russia research experts like Mathieu Boulegue, of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at Chatham House, perceive the military drills as Moscow’s way of sending a message of power to the West. Actually,

Major Hotel Companies Make Known Their Refusal to Take Part in ICE Deportation Actions

When the announcement was made that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents will push through with immigrant deportation actions on July 13, use of hotels was made mention as potential temporary detainment facilities for those who will be arrested. In response, the major hotels made it clear that they have no intention of allowing

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