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Tech workers switch jobs to help fight climate change

Tech workers switch jobs to help fight climate change

Many tech workers in the U.S. are re-positioning their careers and choosing to focus their efforts on fighting climate change. #climatechange #GAI #WorldOfSustainability #GAISustainability https://bit.ly/3BJzgvo Watch CGTN LIVE on your computer, tablet or mobile http://america.cgtn.com/livenews Subscribe to CGTN America on YouTube Follow CGTN America: Twitter: @cgtnamerica Facebook: @cgtnamerica Instagram: @cgtnamerica …

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Epekto ng climate change sa mga OFW, tinalakay ng Department of Migrant Workers

Epekto ng climate change sa mga OFW, tinalakay ng Department of Migrant Workers

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COVID-19 BC Update, Emergency Benefits for Workers

COVID-19 BC Update, Emergency Benefits for Workers

Finance Minister, Carole James, provides an update on emergency benefits for workers during the COVID-19 crisis in BC. #COVID19 #ProvinceOfBC #COVID #WorkerBenefits #EmergencyBenefits This video was first published onSource link . We are just re-posting and re-sharing. Y Not Freakin’ Recyclable Home climate emergency

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As Oil Industry Swoons, Tar Sands Workers Look to Renewables for Jobs

As Oil Industry Swoons, Tar Sands Workers Look to Renewables for Jobs

In the early 2000s, Brandon Sandmaier worked as a heavy-duty mechanic in Canada’s tar sands, the world’s largest industrial project, located in northern Alberta. He built pipelines and repaired 400-ton trucks that haul thick, oily bitumen through the open-pit mines. But after more than 10 years in the oil and …

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EWG News Roundup (4/24): PFAS Cleanup Will Be Costly, But Necessary, Farm Workers Deserve Protections and More

EWG News Roundup (4/24): PFAS Cleanup Will Be Costly, But Necessary, Farm Workers Deserve Protections and More

In the News This week, EWG published a study in the European water industry journal Water Solutions that found that the removal of the toxic fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS from drinking water costs local communities millions of dollars. “This research reveals that escaping PFAS pollution is nearly impossible,” said Olga Naidenko, Ph.D., …

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EWG News Roundup (4/17): Protecting Our Food and Farm Workers from COVID-19, the Case for Stimulus Investments in U.S. Tap Water Supply, and More

EWG News Roundup (4/17): Protecting Our Food and Farm Workers from COVID-19, the Case for Stimulus Investments in U.S. Tap Water Supply, and More

In the News Congress may soon consider spending billions of dollars in the next coronavirus stimulus package to upgrade our aging drinking water infrastructure. EWG laid out the case this week for investing in cleaning up the contaminants in Americans’ drinking water. EWG broke down what might happen if a …

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400,000 workers needed to meet climate targets

400,000 workers needed to meet climate targets

Hundreds of thousands of people will need to be recruited into the energy sector to reach the goal to cut emissions to net zero by 2050, a report for National Grid shows. The company said its study shows the need to fill 400,000 positions in skilled tradespeople, engineers and other …

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