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Source: Washington Post

How to be green without giving up life’s luxuries

12-Feb-2018

• Green power: If you live in one of the states that have deregulated their power companies, you can choose one that promises green power.

As hard as we try to reduce it, we cannot exist without one,” said Leigh Stringer, author of “The Green Workplace” and “The Healthy Workplace.” Stringer has been collaborating with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, which is trying to change the conversation from reducing our footprint to increasing our “handprint” — our positive influence on the environment.

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Source: DW

Ivory Coast: a country still deeply divided

Tuesday 11:48 GMT

With the skyscrapers and heavy traffic in the business quarter Plateau of the economic capital Abidjan, Ivory Coast seems to be moving forward.

That's not good, says Abraham Denis Yaurobat, President of the human rights organization APDH (Action for the Protection of Human Rights, in Ivory Coast).

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Source: Fox News

Trump administration's North Korea trap is set

Wednesday 16:23 GMT

The Trump administration has laid out a nicely crafted trap for Kim to fall into – either he is willing to talk about the dismantling of his nuclear program or not and this is all a sham.

On the way back from the games aboard Air Force Two, seasoned foreign affairs reporter Josh Rogin sat down with Vice President Pence to discover that the Trump administration has a plan to turn the tables on the roguest of rogue regime on planet Earth.

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Source: NBC News

Fake news is still a problem. Is AI the solution?

Friday 16:23 GMT

“All of the current systems for tracking fake news are manual, and this is something we need to change as the earlier you can highlight that a story is fake, the easier it is to prevent it going viral,” says Delip Rao, founder of the San Francisco-based AI research company Joostware and organizer of the Fake News Challenge, a competition set up within the AI community to foster development of tools that can reliably spot fake content.

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Source: Fox News

Haley calls for UN to act after report finds Iranian weapons in Yemen

Saturday 20:56 GMT

“This report highlights what we’ve been saying for months: Iran has been illegally transferring weapons in violation of multiple Security Council resolutions,” Haley said in a statement.

“Iran's arms shipments to Yemen don't just violate U.N. restrictions directly related to Yemen, but also the U.N. resolution about the nuclear deal,” Omri Ceren, an Iran expert and managing director at The Israel Project, a Washington-based organization that works with journalists on Middle East issues, told Fox News.


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