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Zero plastic waste policy will hurt economy: MEI

Longview News-Journal 01 Jul 2022
The federal government's zero plastic waste policy will hurt Canada's economy, says a recent study by the Montreal Economic Institute independent think tank ... The MEI study says the policy puts Ottawa "in opposition to current and potential innovations that are coming out of the plastics industry.".
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How COVID-19 put poverty reduction back on the agenda

Phys Dot Org 01 Jul 2022
This made the adoption and implementation of anti-poverty measures possible for the first time in a decade," says Professor Daniel B�land of the Department of Political Science, who also serves as a Director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada ... was published in Policy and Society.
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Where do the ingredients for your chocolate, smartphone and clothes come from?

Phys Dot Org 01 Jul 2022
In the Nature commentary, you and other authors formulate research needs for global supply chain policy ... The few existing studies generally focus on legal aspects and ignore policy-relevant issues ... In our paper, we identify six research priorities on which future studies should focus.
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Research reveals the complexity of loneliness during lockdown

Phys Dot Org 01 Jul 2022
The study, published in Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy and by researchers from the University of York, gathered stories of lockdown loneliness from 70 participants aged between 17 and 73, in order to explore how various forms of loneliness affected people in different ways.
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Mining's effect on fish warrants better science-based policies

Phys Dot Org 01 Jul 2022
It is the first comprehensive effort by an interdisciplinary group of experts that explicitly links mining policy to our current understanding of watershed ecology and salmonid biology ... For the study, experts integrated and reviewed information on hydrology, river ecology, aquatic toxicology, biology and mining policy.
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Lower Fecundability With Residence in Disadvantaged Neighborhood

Hibbing Daily Tribune 01 Jul 2022
... with reduced fecundability, according to a study published online June 30 in JAMA Network Open ... "If confirmed in other studies, our results suggest that policies and programs that address socioeconomic inequities may reduce infertility in local communities," the authors write.
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Telangana: Aao-Dhekho-Seekho, says KTR in his letter to PM Modi

The Siasat Daily 01 Jul 2022
KTR went on to say that the real agenda of their meeting is to spread hatred and not talk about any innovative policies and schemes ... BJP should study Telangana, says KTR. Prime Minister Modi should study the Telangana model of development, its policies, schemes that could be implemented in BJP ruled states which are being troubled by double engines.
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How Much Health Insurers Pay for Almost Everything Is About to Go Public

Elko Daily Free Press 01 Jul 2022
Wildfire reported in Goshute wilderness study area CTE meat lab cost estimate doubles, board wants options ...Maybe at best this will reduce the wide variance of prices out there,” said Zack Cooper, director of health policy at the Yale University Institution for Social and Policy Studies.
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Australian bushfire season 27 days longer than 40 years ago: report

China.dot.org 01 Jul 2022
... Australia every year has increased significantly over the past 40 years, a study has found ... "Our study demonstrates the importance of understanding how trends in fire weather can help first responders, policy makers, and the community better prepare for, and respond to bushfires.
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Government Statistician advocates establishment of Data Policy Institute

Ghana News Agency 01 Jul 2022
He made the suggestion at the National Census Policy Dialogue, which was part of activities to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS) of the University of Ghana ... “This is to emphasis that data policy transitioning should be a measurement and for that matter a metric centered approach and not a rhetoric.
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How China is making Hong Kong more “Chinese”

Economist 01 Jul 2022
Around that time, party officials in the city were ordered to study an article that outlined a policy known as “keep Hong Kong but not its people”, according to Ching Cheong, a journalist who has studied the Communist Party in Hong Kong for five decades.
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Australian bushfire season 27 days longer than 40 yrs ago: Report

Suryaa 01 Jul 2022
Pep Canadell, CSIRO researcher and author of the study, said the increase in extreme weather ... "Our study demonstrates the importance of understanding how trends in fire weather can help first responders, policy makers, and the community better prepare for, and respond to bushfires.
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Biden has no policy to deter illegal immigration, but the fight isn’t over yet

New York Post 01 Jul 2022
Unlike every previous president, Joe Biden has no policy to deter illegal entrants ... Andrew Arthur is a former INS associate general counsel, congressional staffer and staff director, and immigration judge who now serves as the resident fellow in law and policy at the Center for Immigration Studies.
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Black homeowners are being overtaxed in Detroit and Wayne Co., complaints allege

Longview News-Journal 01 Jul 2022
According to a 2020 study from the Center for Municipal Finance at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy, average assessments in Detroit have fallen since 2016 but “the Detroit property tax burden still falls disproportionately on the city’s lowest-income homeowners.”.
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Mattis: Putin Goes to Bed at Night 'Fearful'

Beijing News 01 Jul 2022
Mattis was speaking at a forum organized by the Seoul Forum for International Affairs, the Korea Society, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He has made relatively few public comments since resigning as Pentagon chief in 2018 over a foreign policy disagreement with former U.S.

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In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Emergency Service, a damaged residential building is seen in Odesa, Ukraine, early Friday, July 1, 2022, following Russian missile attacks
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