A look back at the new roller coaster species from Universal

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ORLANDO, Florida – Universal Orlando Resort is gearing up for the big day when its newest attraction, the Jurassic World Velocicoaster, opens to the public. While technical rehearsals have been underway since early May, the new roller coaster is slated to officially open on June 10. When the attraction officially opens, thrill seekers will...

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Struggling freshwater taonga species | Mirage News

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Ten of the 18 identified freshwater taonga species are threatened or at risk of becoming extinct, Stats NZ said today. An updated environmental indicator released today also shows population trends for freshwater taonga species, with nine declining, eight not expected to change and one improving. The 18 species of freshwater taonga are a subset...

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As commodity prices rise, Biden administration invests in supply chain and food system • Farm Policy News

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Wall Street Journal writers Tom Fairless, Alistair MacDonald and Jesse Newman reported on the front page of Tuesday’s newspaper that, “Soaring commodity prices cast a cloud over global economic recovery, slamming vulnerable businesses and households and adding to fears that inflation could become more persistent. “The world has not seen such a widespread increase...

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Project manager, Funder Collaborations job with the ClimateWorks Foundation

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Department summary – Collaborations with donors Designed to serve results-driven philanthropy, ClimateWorks leads collaborations that enable donors to strategize, learn and execute new and existing climate initiatives. Our world-class suite of collaborations enables the world’s largest climate funders to increase their individual and collective impact. We facilitate a wide range of international collaborations designed...

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Race to build desert solar energy and protect rare species

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By Tara Lohan The Biden administration gave the green light for a major new solar development in May. the Crimson Solar Project will cover 2,500 acres of public land in the Southern California desert and provide enough electricity to power 85,000 homes. The 350-megawatt photovoltaic installation enables the country to meet the administration’s stated...

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DoT to seek advice from Trai on standards for LEO, Telecom News, ET Telecom players

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Calcutta: The Telecommunications Department (DoT) will soon ask the sector regulator to unveil a full discussion paper on a new licensing framework for operators of low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations, people familiar with the matter said. “The next Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) paper will likely seek industry advice on whether a...

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