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Why Delmedico is Losing The Storm, Why I missed Hunter’s RoofCon and the future of Roofing Events! [Video]

Honest talk about RoofCon and my relationship with Hunter Ballew, why I stopped attending Win The Storm 3 years ago, the future of roofing events, Antony Delmedico Controversy and why he is not the one to fight insurance companies, and why many have left and keep living SVG because of shady practices, bad culture, broken promises and unethical behavior. Comment below your experience with Win The Storm, RoofCon and Roofing Process Conference if you attended last two years! We listen to constructive criticism and make changes!Roofing Insights Podcast available:Spotify: https://sptfy.com/roofinginsightspodcastApple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3ort4Q5Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/roofinginsightspodcastFor more information about Roofing Insights visit https://roofinginsights.comFor business help and exclusive content check out https://roofing-school.comFind the best roofing contractors in your area: https:/directorii.comRoofing contractors from the list are backed by a $20,000 guaranteeHelping Roofers Become Successful Business Owners. Want have a better understanding and learn how to operate a business? If you answered yes to the following question you’re in the right place, this is the top roofing channel on YouTube where you can apply everything from product reviews to commonly made mistakes others have made so you don’t make them.===========================Roofing Insights Amazon Store: http://bit.ly/RoofInAS============================Let’s Connect:Facebook: http://bit.ly/RoofInFBTwitter: http://bit.ly/RoofInTWInstagram: http://bit.ly/RoofInIGPinterest: http://bit.ly/RoofInPINTumblr: http://bit.ly/RoofInTB============================#Roofer#Roofing#RoofingInsights

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Energy

Mining towns prepare for energy transformation | Special Report | ABC News [Video]

Queensland’s coal belt unsure of repercussions as world discusses fossil fuel phase-out in Glasgow climate talks.Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE Read more here: https://ab.co/3Ec5XBmWhile the biggest names in world politics shake hands and make calls on the future of global emissions next week, in Queensland’s coal belt life will quietly continue. Dinner is going on the table, small businesses are reconciling the books and the first coffees of a night shift are being brewed.World leaders will meet in Glasgow for the most ambitious climate talks since 2015, with an agenda that includes securing global targets to reach net zero emissions, which would involve investment in renewables and accelerating the “phase-out” of coal.Australia is the world’s largest exporter of metallurgical coal (used in steelmaking) and second-largest exporter of thermal coal (used for electricity generation) and prices for both have surged recently amid global energy demand and supply issues.Using data supplied by its members, the Queensland Resources Council has calculated that the coal industry provides more than 32,000 full-time jobs directly and indirectly supports an estimated 270,000 jobs. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) forecast last month that if China, Japan and South Korea stick to their stated targets to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, it could mean Australia’s coal exports decline significantly by 2050.The RBA does predict a lower risk for metallurgical coal producers because of the strong global demand for its use in steelmaking until greener alternatives are more widespread.The central Queensland town of Moura, a few hours’ drive south-west of Rockhampton, is home to the Dawson Mine — an open-cut metallurgical coal mine that also produces some thermal coal as a by-product. Originally this tiny town was a farming community and agriculture still plays a large role — as does gas and a local ammonium nitrate facility — but the mine, now a joint venture between Anglo American and Mitsui Holdings, is one of the state’s longest-running operations, having been established in 1961.In Moura’s main street stands a sombre memorial for 36 people killed in underground mining disasters in 1975, 1986 and 1994.Underground operations ceased after the final disaster, but today the mine still employs more than 1,300 people, including a large portion of residents in Moura and the surrounding Banana Shire.Moura is on the southern end of the Bowen Basin, a major coal-producing region that spreads from the Banana Shire, which includes Moura, to the Central Highlands, Isaac region and the Whitsunday coast.A lot of the coal from this region is exported through the multi-commodity port at Gladstone.The industrial city has its eyes on new, greener industries — with big investments in green hydrogen planned by mining magnate Andrew Forrest, as well as several Japanese conglomerates — one in partnership with a state-owned energy generator.ABC News provides around the clock coverage of news events as they break in Australia and abroad, including the latest coronavirus pandemic updates. It’s news when you want it, from Australia’s most trusted news organisation.For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZYWatch more ABC News content ad-free on iview: https://ab.co/2OB7Mk1Go deeper on our ABC News In-depth channel: https://ab.co/2lNeBn2Like ABC News on Facebook: http://facebook.com/abcnews.auFollow ABC News on Instagram: http://instagram.com/abcnews_auFollow ABC News on Twitter: http://twitter.com/abcnewsNote: In most cases, our captions are auto-generated.#ABCNews #ABCNewsAustralia

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Career

Ron DeSantis seeks to hire cops who refuse to get vaccinated because it’s ‘scientific’ – Raw Story [Video]

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has invited law enforcement officers around the country to come to Florida if they lose their jobs because they refuse to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.During an interview on Fox News, DeSantis explained that he had “scientific” reasons for hiring unvaccinated police officer…

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Sustainability

GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition side-by-sides show big graphics upgrade [Video]

Rockstar’s new Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition remasters go head-to-head with the original trilogy.

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Career

DeSantis: Covid Vaccine Is A “Personal Choice” And Biden | Video [Video]

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he strongly opposes vaccine mandates, calling it “basically a personal decision,” and said he would welcome to Florida police and firefighters who have been fired over refusal to get vaccines. GOV. RON DESANTIS: Fortunately, we’ve been able to fight back very effectively against mandates imposed by, for example, local governments against police and firefighters. Maria, these people we’ve been hailing as heroes, the nurses we’ve said have been heroes this whole time. They’ve been working day in and day out. They couldn’t do their job on zoom, they had to be there, and they did it with honor and integrity. Now you have people that want to kick them out of their job over this shot? Which is basically a personal decision. And you’re right, what Biden’s doing is unconstitutional. He does not have the authority to do this. But what it will do on a practical level in addition to being unconstitutional, in addition to taking away people’s personal choices, is it will wreak havoc in the economy because even if a small percentage of these folks end up losing their jobs, or voluntarily walking away, you’re going to have huge disruptions in medical, in logistics, in law enforcement. And so in Florida, our policy’s very clear, we’re going to have a special session, and we’re going to say nobody should lose their job based off these injections. It’s a choice you can make, but we want to make sure we’re protecting your jobs and your livelihood…I think it’s important to point out on a scientific basis most of those first responders have is had covid and recovered, so they have strong protection. And is so I think that influences their decision on a lot of in that they have already had it and recovered. So they’re making no accommodations for that. They’re still pretending like that doesn’t even exist, so that’s really, really troubling when you see that. I can tell you, Maria, in Florida not only are we going to want to protect the law enforcement and all the jobs, we’re actually actively working to recruit out-of-state law enforcement because we do have needs in our police and sheriffs’ departments. So in the next legislative session, I’m going to hopefully sign legislation that gives a $5,000 bonus to any out-of-state law enforcement that relocates in Florida. So NYPD, Minneapolis, Seattle, if you’re not being treated well, we’ll treat you better here. You can fill important needs for us, and we’ll compensate you as a result.

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Solar Videos

China emissions: food, energy security must be considered [Video]

China’s cabinet on Sunday outlined measures to achieve its goals of reaching peak carbon emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality before 2060 but said food and energy security must be considered amid those efforts.

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Energy

Hydropower Plant as a Renewable Energy Potential in Ponorogo [Video]

Based on the geographical location of Indonesia which is so diverse with alternative energy sources that can be utilized, it is a challenge for Indonesian researchers to conduct research studies to find alternative energy sources that can be used to meet energy. One of the alternative energy sources that can be developed is hydroelectric power plants. The Ngebel hydropower plant is an alternative to solve this problem. The Ngebel hydropower plant is located in the village of Wagir Lor, Ngebel District, Ponorogo Regency, East Java. PLTA Ngebel is one of the benefits that can be taken from Telaga Ngebel, other benefits are as flood control, irrigation, raw water supply for inland fisheries and as a marine tourism object. The power that can be generated at the Ngebel hydropower plant is 225 MW. The effective volume is 1920 million m3 with a service area capability of 10,000 ha.#RenewableEnergy #SKLPolinema #MatrikPolinema #ProjectAssignment1