Tuesday, September 23, 2014
 
 
by Clip Syndicate
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Monday warned about the potential "catastrophe" if global warming was not dealt with in a "powerful" way. Duration: 01:08   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Police and climate-change activists clashed on Wall Street on Monday during a protest over corporate and economic institutions' role in the climate crisis. Hundreds of activists gathered in Lower Manhattan's financial district for Flood Wall Street, where they chanted, carried signs and — in some places — sat down in the street. At one point, activists struggled with police to gain control of metal barricades.   [READ MORE]
Hilltop Skilled Nursing
by Clip Syndicate
 
Charleston - Building a bridge rehabilitation. Hilltop Skilled Nursing shows us how they use virtual reality to help get people moving faster.   [READ MORE]
 
In one of the company's most detailed discussions of global warming to date, Apple CEO Tim Cook told business executives and political leaders that Apple sees taking action on global warming as a core value at a New York event on Monday. Cook said at a launch event for Climate Week New York City,“Apple has a very core value of leaving the world better than we found it, sponsored by the nonprofit organization The Climate Group.   [READ MORE]
 
Scientists first noticed the dangerous effects of carbon dioxide emissions back in 1896; the press started reporting on rising temperatures in 1930. And yet, more than 80 years later, the nations of the world still haven't passed sufficient legislature to curtail the disastrous effects humans have on the planet. Felipe Calderón, the former president of Mexico said, recent studies show that the next 15 years of climate-related decisions, will "determine the future of the world." The message is clear: If we don’t implement the difficult but necessary changes to reduce the effects of climate change, it will be all but impossible to turn back.

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A day after an estimated 310,000 people took to the streets of New York to call for action to combat global warming, Secretary of State John Kerry along with other high-ranking officials sought to harness the momentum, saying the U.N. Climate Summit on Tuesday offers a crucial opportunity for making progress. Speaking at the launch event for The Climate Group's annual Climate Week NYC, Kerry compared climate change to other transnational threats the U.S.   [READ MORE]
 
Apple quietly updated its Apple TV set-top box last week with fresh software that includes a new, more iOS 8-like design — and, for the first time, Beats Music. In June, Apple paid north of $3 billion dollars for Beats Audio, which includes the hardware earbud and headphone business as well as the still relatively new Beats Music subscription service. Since then, we haven’t seen or heard much from Beats founders and new Apple employees Dr.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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