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By Center for Analysis of Science in Policy
The Center for Analysis of Science in Policy ( Has Originated and Developed Integrative Propositional Analysis (IPA), a Means of Forecasting the Effectiveness of a Policy During its Development as Well as Pointing to Remedial Aspects...
By New England Clean Energy
Most people going solar in Massachusetts have household incomes (HHI) of less than $150,000, according to a survey conducted by New England Clean Energy, president Mark Durrenberger announced today.
By SeaLight Enterprises
How can government and large companies help bring more women into technology, entrepreneurship and leadership? How can they help educating new generations of women in skills in high demand now and in the future?
By Scandalous Arab
Legalizing Death Penalty for Smokers, when is it taking place, and where ! know now ! After bumming a cigarette from a colleague at the office and smoking it over small talk, I sit at my desk and write this post!
The Maryland DC and Virginia Solar Energy Industries Association will be hosting their 2014 Solar Focus Conference titled: “Power to the People: Celebrating 30 Years of Solar Advocacy” on November 17-18 at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill Hotel.
The DC PSC is under increased pressure to release draft regulations for the Community Renewable Energy Amendment Act of 2013 (CREA 2013).
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a precautionary health warning about cell phone radiation on June 9, 2014 and retracted the warning ten weeks later.
By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
The German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI) invites you to a panel discussion on Tuesday, June 17, in Washington, D.C., on best practices in sustainable workforce development with German companies investing here in the US.
By Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council
Annual Meeting also features 16 Michigan Energy Industry Leaders, 2 MPSC Commissioners and Governor Snyder's Top Energy Advisor
CASBAA and the NCC look into the future of Taiwan's pay-TV regulatory system. Drawing on examples from elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region, they look at NCC reform proposals and what they will mean to various players in the industry.
By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Experienced lobbyist and former congressional staffer, Margaret Carvin, joins Fight Colorectal Cancer to train advocates and advance colorectal cancer policy on the Hill.
By The Edmunds Group International, LLC
Anton Edmunds confirmed today his consulting firm’s expansion of services to Africa.  Edmunds, born on the Caribbean island of St.
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
Richard Davis has been selected as the Policy Partner Program Manager of The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental...
By Council on Black Minnesotans
The state Council on Black Minnesotans will hold both an Open House and a Legislative Development Discussion on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the 1st National Bank Building in Saint Paul, Minn.
J. Neal Insley Recognized for Efforts to Enforce State Alcohol Laws and Promote Public Safety
By Institute for Local Self-Reliance
A new report covers 8 powerful policies and practices that cities have employed to reduce energy use, save money, and create local jobs, all on their own initiative.
By Work Doctor, Inc
Self-guided program on DVD for employers of all sizes leads to the creation of a comprehensive, defensible policy to prevent and correct workplace bullying from the recognized originator of the workplace bullying consulting field in North America.
By Big Vision Media Group
Kansas City, Missouri - Local Business owners from the Business Alliance for a Sustainable Economy met with Corey Dillon from Senator Claire McCaskill’s office this week to discuss the need for Congressional action on climate / clean energy issues.
Beginning in September, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior launches a second semester of the JNEB Journal Club. Journal Club consists of weekly webinars featuring authors from the issues of Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
By IHS Energy Publishing
Australia’s peak mining bodies have quickly responded to the calling of a federal election on September 7 by setting down a bucket list of issues for a future Commonwealth government to implement. IHS Coal has more.
By IHS Energy Publishing
Amid a common perception that a domestic coal shortage is limiting India’s economic growth, analysts and industry insiders believe regulatory uncertainty and lack of policies will only worsen the situation in the coming years. IHS Coal has more.
By Signalman Publishing
New book, "Germany's African Slaves: The untold story of African refugees in a hostile climate", documents the plight of African refugees in Germany and is an important resource for those interested in this vast but under-reported movement of people.
By Terasem Movement, Inc.
The workshop is an exchange of scholarly views regarding the risk/benefit management of nanotechnology across geographic spaces, including the impact of its use on others, the accessibility of it to all.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has released a new version of its thresholds for imported coal to be covered by a ban, following comments from market participants, according to sources. McCloskey China Coal Report has all the details.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The Chinese government may add more conditions to the earlier proposed ban on low-quality imports during the upcoming amendment, market sources have indicated. McCloskey China Coal Report looks at the new conditions and their implications.
By Insurance Onus
Who determines the success rate of your claims being approved? A study shows consumers are trusting reviews left by users rather than insurance companies when deciding on a new policy.
By PPSS Group
Following six months of intensive planning and preparation, the final program for this year’s LONE WORKER SAFETY Conference has been releases today.
By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
All eyes this week and over the next few weeks will be on a report to be submitted to the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) on a ‘compensatory tariff’ for Adani Power and Tata Power. Indian Coal Report has the details.
By Smart Grid Today
Trio of heavyweights is Gen Hayden, Hébert, Tierney -- story originally published in Smart Grid Today
By We Are 1776
Every morning, afternoon, and evening, it is a common practice for millions of people to take time out of their days in order to catch up on current political affairs.

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