Tag Archives: Change

Pipeline Opposition Impedes Climate Change Mitigation

Environmental advocacy groups have enjoyed considerable success in recent years in their efforts to block construction of new gas pipelines and electricity transmission lines. For example, they have significantly delayed, and risked cancellation of, a number of proposals to construct … Continue reading

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Could Brexit Mean a Change for PMA Acceptance in the UK? (Spoiler: Probably Not)

MARPA spent last Thursday and Friday participating at the Certification Management Team quadrilateral meeting in Washington DC.  The CMT brings together the FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, ANAC Brazil, and representatives from industry to discuss the status of current initiatives and … Continue reading

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Nursing Homes: Change of Ownership Can Be a Red Flag; Signify Problems

A 2016 Harvard University study found that nursing homes across America have been changing ownership at an alarming rate. On average, 1,500 nursing facilities were sold to a different corporation per year between 1993 and 2010. While change of ownership … Continue reading

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Study – Climate change is destroying our national parks at an alarming rate

Washington Post: “…By 2100, visitors walking the grounds of California’s Joshua Tree National Park may view exhibits showing what will have been lost — the spiky yucca palms that inspired the park’s name, dwindled to a few rare husks. Climate … Continue reading

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Of Memes and Monetizing: Could the EU Directive on Copyright Change the Way We Speak Internet?

Do you like getting your news online, sharing videos or tweeting memes? A little piece of legislation known as The European Union Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market may signal the end of some of the internet’s simple … Continue reading

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