Spain plans to ban the sale of fruit and vegetables in plastic wrapping by 2023.

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El Pais: “The sale of fruit and vegetables in plastic wrapping will be prohibited in Spain’s supermarkets and grocery stores starting in 2023. This is one of the measures in a decree being drafted by the Ministry for Ecological Transition, according to sources familiar with the initiative. The...

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NOAA Drought Task Force Report on the 2020–2021 Southwestern U.S

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Mankin JS, Simpson I, Hoell A, Fu R, Lisonbee J, Sheffield A, Barrie D. (2021) NOAA Drought Task Force Report on the 2020–2021 Southwestern U.S. Drought. NOAA Drought Task Force, MAPP, and NIDIS.
Using the state-of-science and the collective expertise of the NOAA Drought Task Force, this report addr...
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California Passes Law Targeting Amazon Labor Algorithms

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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed a bill Wednesday that would block Amazon and other companies from punishing warehouse workers who fail to meet certain performance metrics for taking rest or meal breaks. The California Senate approved the me...

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40 permits issued in Appalachian Basin during week ended Sept. 19

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Forty permits were issued to oil and gas drillers in the Appalachian Basin during the week ended Sept. 19. The post 40 permits issued in Appalachian Basin during week ended Sept. 19 appeared first on Shale Gas Reporter.

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Hackers Leak LinkedIn 700 Million Data Scrape

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A collection containing data about more than 700 million users, believed to have been scraped from LinkedIn, was leaked online this week after hackers previously tried to sell it earlier this year in June. From a report: The collection, obtained by The Record from a source, is currently being shared...

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