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Energy bills are high and not coming down soon. Here are ways to cut costs. | Siouxland Homes [Video]

If you havent examined your monthly utility bill lately, brace for a shock when the cost of air-conditioning comes due in the next few weeks. If the AC bill doesnt

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US Open Solar Panel Midterms Top Distribution Price Action [Video]

The Globalist Corporate Hostile Takeover of USA Government is complete. The 4 Branches of Globalists Owned Corporate INFLUENCE Media have usurped the 3 branches of our Federal Government. NOTE: My comment about “mass shootings” is said quickly and is based on my wondering “why can’t anyone realize that these terrible and horrific shootings always happen when the left is totally screwing things up, handing our sovereignty over to the united nations, and need a topic to run on so that they can finally take the guns?” ARE YOU AWARE that 17 innocent civilians were lined up in Mexico and shot to death by a drug cartel on the same day that the latest school shooting (where police went it late once again) happened? Probably not because it does not profit the China Invested majority share owners of all our Corporate influence Media Networks to report on that incident.DISCLOSURE: This video brought to you by Caravan Financial Advisors, NOT, is for entertainment purposes only. These statements are not investment advice, are not medical advice, and should not be used for the basis of any investment or health care decision. The opinions expressed in this video are strictly that of the video producer and quite possibly Conspiracy Theory. A Conspiracy Theory is any theory that is not accepted by the Mainstream News Media Networks that are all owned by the same majority shareholding global investment firms. In the event that anything projected here might actually happen, it must be considered a mere coincidence. Any stocks mentioned in this video are NOT a buy or sell recommendation. The producer of this video is not a licensed trained financial adviser. Before making any investment decisions in the stock market you should consult with a licensed trained financial adviser. The producer of this video cannot even golf.

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Pringle Nature Center offers Spring Break programs | Local News [Video]

BRISTOL The Pringle Nature Center, located at 9800 160th Ave. inside Bristol Woods County Park, is hosting free, self-guided activities for families from April 16 through 23.

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Energy

Coal + Ice: Food, Culture, and Crisis [Video]

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 23, 2022 — A group of distinguished panelists assesses the threat of climate change on the global food system and outlines possible solutions. Participants included Corby Kummer, executive director, food and society at the Aspen Institute; Michael Pollan, author, journalist, and Knight Professor of science and environmental journalism at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, who participated via video; Ricardo Salvador, senior scientist on food and environment at the Union of Concerned Scientists; and Alice Waters, founder of Chez Panisse and The Edible Schoolyard Project. (1 hr., 26 min.)—Subscribe for more videos like this: http://AsiaSociety.org/YouTube—We’re in this together with you. Be #InThisTogether with us. Support Asia Society today: http://AsiaSociety.org/Donate—Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsiaSociety Instagram: http://instagram.com/AsiaSociety Twitter: http://twitter.com/AsiaSociety

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Energy

The Long Conversation: Dialogue on U.S.-China Climate Change [Video]

March 21, 2022 — In the second The Long Conversation, a collaboration between Asia Society Northern California and the Long Now Foundation and part of Asia Society’s COAL + ICE exhibition, experts and leaders from climatology, journalism, energy policy, and U.S.-China relations participate in a relay of two-person dialogues focused on the climate crisis. Speakers included Kevin Rudd, president and chief executive officer of Asia Society; Orville Schell, Arthur Ross director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society; Jennifer Holmgren, chief executive officer of LanzaTech; Fan Dai, executive director of the California-China Climate Institute at the University of California, Berkeley; Chenjian Li, university chair professor at Peking University; Bin Ouyang, associate director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society; and Zander Rose, executive director of The Long Now Foundation. Topics covered by the speakers included the current state of U.S.-China relations, differing attitudes towards climate change in the U.S. and China, climate policy in action, key technological developments in combating climate change, how the Ukraine crisis is impacting China, and why there is still hope for the future and younger generations. (1 hr., 46 min.)Subscribe for more videos like this: http://AsiaSociety.org/YouTube—We’re in this together with you. Be #InThisTogether with us. Support Asia Society today: http://AsiaSociety.org/Donate—Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsiaSocietyInstagram: http://instagram.com/AsiaSocietyTwitter: http://twitter.com/AsiaSociety

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Nature

KC organization helping to support local minority business owners | News [Video]

The Porter House KC, located in the 18th and Vine District, offers programs to give minority business owners support they need. While the organization is only five years old, their

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SNAP Card to Ride Supports Equitable Bike-Sharing Ecosystem The Heights [Video]

On the street below the seventh-floor office of the Boston Department of Transportation (BTD) adjacent to City Hall Plaza, busy Bostonians are seen rushing across the street, hailing taxis, and checking their phones for the next bus to arrive. A row of bikes docked at a nearby station promises an ecologically friendly way to get from point A to point B, yet only a few passersby decide to take them for a spin. Boston is special in its demographic diversity, but oftentimes the benefits of living in the city are shared disproportionately. Today, according to a report presented by the BTD, only 1 percent of residents utilize Bostons bike-sharing program for their commute, but this may be due to their inability to pay rather than their disinterest in the service.