IT: Find out how you can help the victims of Hurricane Fiona, and... How do you feel about big oil's misleading "green" claims?
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Welcome to Friday, September 23rd, Neptunes and Jupiters...
Hurricane Fiona strengthened into a Category 4 storm on Wednesday. Here's how you can help.
At least four people were killed in Puerto Rico, and the entire island is without power. The storm dropped up to 30 inches on the island, triggering rock and mudslides.
Poll: Help Choose Who Gets Our Voting Swag Donations
Someone fought for your right to vote. Use it.
To remind Americans of the historical (and ongoing) struggle to be represented, we created a series of images that will soon be available on shirts & swag. The front features a date in voting history, the back a quote that pertains to it.
We're donating all proceeds to a voting rights non-profit. Which? That's up to you...
Big Oil Spends Millions on "Green" Claims, Analysis Finds
A think-tank analysis found that major oil companies are spending millions to portray themselves as taking action against the climate crisis while their investments, lobbying activities, and expenditures are inconsistent with their public claims and advertisements.
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It's the International Day of Sign Languages, a day to support and protect the linguistic identity and cultural diversity of all deaf people and other sign language users, and highlight the unity generated by our sign languages. How will you be participating?
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New Trials Find a Four-Day Workweek to Be Successful - Are You Interested?What’s the story? New trials of a four-day workweek have been called “a resounding success.” Almost all companies who attempted Jobs
IT: 🏛️ The Supreme Court will review Biden's student debt relief plan, and... 🌎 Are you ready to take action against climate change?Welcome to Friday, December 2nd, pathos and ethos... The U.S. Supreme Court will review the legality of President Biden's
Supreme Court to Review Biden’s Student Debt Relief PlanUpdated December 2, 2022 The U.S. Supreme Court will review the legality of President Biden's student debt relief plan. Oral Loans
Precision Fermentation: The Future of Sustainable Agriculture?What’s the story? COP27 ended with no significant action from world leaders, leaving environmental activists and experts beyond Environment