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Tech & Science Green-backers: Countries making money fighting climate change

00:05  03 december  2019
00:05  03 december  2019 Source:   lovemoney.com

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The country is still among the better performing nations when it comes to saving the planet, but The only non-European country to make it into the top bracket, Morocco takes the number one spot in No country is doing enough to prevent dangerous climate change ." As global temperatures and sea

So—with climate change high on the global agenda—almost every nation signed the 2015 Paris Post-Hurricane Katrina, for example, a huge amount of time and money was spent rebuilding New The issuance will fund green infrastructure including weather-resilient schools and hospitals, and

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If you’ve been dreaming about moving your Facebook photos and videos to another service, you may want to wait a bit longer. Facebook is about to make this process a lot easier than today’s technique: downloading all your data, sorting through your media, and sitting there while your computer takes forever to upload it to another cloud storage service.

The company recently announced an upcoming feature that will let users transfer all of their Facebook photos and videos to other photo services, starting with Google Photos. The tool is still in the testing phase, and will first be available in Ireland before expanding to the rest of the world throughout 2020.

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Climate change is a proven fact. Global warming has caused serious changes to the planet, such as rising sea levels 6. Make demands from the government. Demand that they take measures toward a more It seems that most of the countries globally are not doing something about it, they should be

Since climate change is global, the benefits of mitigation anywhere accrue to people everywhere. And if countries with rapidly developing economies Paris made its own contribution to the Green Climate Fund, the first city to do so. There is no reason California, Washington, New York, and other states or

While an explanation of how the transfer works—and how long it may take—will have to wait until the tool is officially available, it sounds like the whole thing will happen within Facebook’s interface. You should be able to easily and “immediately” move your photos and videos to other services, likely after you’ve linked them with your Facebook account.

Facebook didn’t offer any scintillating security details for the transfer process in its announcement post. Additional data privacy information about Facebook’s push for data portability is included in a white paper the company published back in September. The paper details information Facebook says it learned from its “conversations with policymakers, regulators, academics, advocates and others” that will inform its future data portability tools and policies.

As for the photo transfer feature itself, we’ll keep our eyes out for more information and will be sure to post about the tool once it’s available next year. In the meantime, it’s probably best to hold off on any big data migrations until Facebook unleashes its tool for everyone to try.

Education system crumbling 'before our eyes' due to climate change hysteria .
Sky News host Chris Kenny says our education system is crumbling “before our very eyes” due to “facts, basics and knowledge” being devalued in favour of “political fashion, environmental campaigns and progressive social causes”. Results from an international student assessment revealed Australian students were falling behind other developed countries in reading, maths, and science.With consistent declines over an 18-year period occurring despite an extra $20 billion being pumped into education, Mr Kenny said the “distractions here are so obvious”.

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