Supreme Court hears case that could limit EPA’s authority 

[ihc-select-level] [ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”1″ ihc_mb_template=”1″ ] The John E. Amos coal-fired power plant in Poca, West Virginia. The Supreme Court heard a case on Monday that could restrict EPA’s regulation of greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. (CNN)The Supreme Court on Monday heard what could be one of the most consequential cases for climate change and clean air in decades, with Republican attorneys general and coal companies asking the court to strip the Environmental Protection Agency of its authority to regulate planet-warming gas emissions from power plants.During oral arguments for West Virginia v. EPA, which lasted about two hours, not all of the court’s

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If you have great content on your website, why not monetise it?

Thanks to paywalls, any website can now ask visitors to pay if they want to read their content. Prominent examples of paywalls include the New York Times and the Washington Post, who both use paywalls to manage paid subscriptions. And paywalls are growing in popularity — a recent Reuters Study found nearly 70% of digital publishers across Europe and the US now use paywalls as part of their business model.  As more companies begin using a paywalls, the list of paywall providers continues to grow. Crucially, the implementation process is getting simpler, and most of the time you no longer have to hire a

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Ngatia woos University students with business opportunities – Nairobi News

Richard Ngatia addresses college students in Nairobi. PHOTO: COURTESY Richard Ngatia has vowed to use his expertise and connections in the business world to create job opportunities for thousands of graduates should he be elected the next Nairobi governor. He made the promise during a meeting with the representatives of all Universities, colleges and TVTs in Nairobi on Thursday. “Nairobi is one of the most advanced cities in Africa and we will strive to make it better,” he said, amid cheers from the students. “We are ready to support business people and especially those graduating from universities. We have put

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Exhausted’: In rural California, the unvaccinated and ill overwhelm hospital staff.

Richard Ngatia addresses college students in Nairobi. PHOTO: COURTESY Richard Ngatia has vowed to use his expertise and connections in the business world to create job opportunities for thousands of graduates should he be elected the next Nairobi governor. He made the promise during a meeting with the representatives of all Universities, colleges and TVTs in Nairobi on Thursday. “Nairobi is one of the most advanced cities in Africa and we will strive to make it better,” he said, amid cheers from the students. “We are ready to support business people and especially those graduating from universities. We have put

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