Stuck by the energy crisis, the Spanish coal-fired power station which was to close is set ablaze

AS PONTES, Spain, November 24 (Reuters) – Soaring demand for electricity in Spain, where a cold snap is worsening the energy crisis, has prompted the electricity company Endesa (ELE.MC) to restart a power plant in coal which has been inactive since July and The shutdown is planned as part of …

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Quad-Cities prepares to welcome more refugees than ever | national news

When Hope Nyanduhura relocated to the United States as an African refugee, she encountered people who forged a similar path to America. Alongside nonprofits and resettlement agencies, the former refugees helped translate as she navigated through medical appointments, housing and paperwork and made her feel more at home. comfortable in …

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Best Chicago Businesses to Support for Small Businesses Saturday 2021

Shopping in small businesses often means that you are reinvesting your money directly in your community. Supporting the locals who had a dream and a few dollars, who could be your neighbors, friends and family, is always a great way to go. Local entrepreneurs who go all out in their …

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The State of food and agriculture 2021: making agrifood systems more resilient to shocks and stresses – World

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of agrifood systems to shocks and stresses and has led to increased food insecurity and malnutrition around the world. Actions are needed to make agrifood systems more resilient, efficient, sustainable and inclusive. The State of Food and Agriculture 2021 presents national indicators …

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Thank you for this year and prepare for the coming agricultural year

Haley Zynda As Thanksgiving Day approaches, you have undoubtedly been asked what you are grateful for. The typical answers I usually give are my family, my friends, the freedom to do whatever I want, and a career that I love. This year, I am also grateful for the bountiful harvest. …

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Alabama Power buys Calhoun plant despite rising gas prices

Alabama Power has asked the Alabama Civil Service Commission to purchase a 743 MW gas-fired power plant in Calhoun County, Alabama, despite its parent company’s net zero emissions goal and strong increase in gas prices which risk pushing up customer bills. Alabama Power’s decision to purchase the plant, which is …

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Reduced soil contamination from splashing fine beans

A A consortium of leading horticultural companies and researchers is investigating solutions to ‘splash soil’ contamination of fine beans grown by commercial and smallholder farmers in Kenya for export to the UK. The group, which received funding from Innovate UK in 2019, is undertaking on-farm research in Kenya to assess …

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LSU Garden News: Amaryllis and Paperwhites Bulbs May Be Forced to Flower | Home & Garden

Can you trick a flower into blooming early? Yes. Spring flowering bulbs can be encouraged to break dormancy by manipulating their environment, prompting them to share their beauty before they are naturally ready. Nowadays, you can buy bulbs that are already forced, but gardeners who like a challenge will want …

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Meet the team helping farmers in India

Now that the 2021 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge winners have been officially announced, we want you to learn more about each winning team and the story behind each innovation. The Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is an annual competition that awards cash prizes to entry-level technology entrepreneurs who solve …

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Crop insurance attracts more farmers to non-delta districts

About 6.65 lakhs of farmers registered on November 15, about 2.1 lakhs more than on the same date last year Districts in the non-Cauvery Delta recorded an increase of more than 45% in the number of farmers registered under the revised Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana this year compared to …

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