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Wildlife groups sue to stop Wisconsin wolf hunt

Posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. Updated 1 hour, 10 minutes ago MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – A coalition of wildlife groups filed a lawsuit Tuesday to stop the Wisconsin wolf hunt this fall and strike down a state law requiring annual hunts, arguing the statutes won’t allow no latitude for wildlife officials to review population estimates. The ...

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Leaders of Nonprofits Create Black Executive Director Alliance of Detroit to Empower Each Other, Youth

DETROIT – Black executives came together to create a new alliance to empower themselves and empower young people. They are executive directors of several nonprofit organizations in Detroit. Their nonprofits are all designed to help children. “We were having conversations and just talking about the lack of support for the well-being of the city’s black executive directors and then long-term ...

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Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 officially announce alliance for football and basketball programming and more

COLUMBUS, Ohio – There is no signed document linking the Big Ten, Atlantic Coast, and Pacific-12 conferences to the alliance they officially announced on Tuesday. Pac-12 commissioner George Klivakoff described the collaboration as “an agreement between three gentlemen” – himself, ACC commissioner Jim Phillips and Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren. All three said the need to collaborate on common interests ...

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Student organizations every UMKC student should know about

Whether you are a new student or a current student at UMKC, it can be shocking to learn that UMKC has 300 student organizations. The variety of student organizations ranges from multicultural groups to recreation with many of them. A full list of UMKCs is available here. Here is a small sample of student organizations that students should consider joining: ...

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Nevada groups focus on climate impact on diverse communities

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Several Nevada organizations led by women of color have come together to shed light on how low-income and diverse communities in the state are disproportionately affected by climate change and pollution . Advocacy groups create website, Breathefreenv.com, which aims to raise awareness about climate change and the actions that can be taken to reduce pollution and ...

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Seeno Companies to Be New Lead Developer for Concord Naval Weapons Station

CONCORD – In a split vote, city council on Saturday gave a group of developers, including the controversial Seeno Companies, an exclusive chance to possibly oversee one of the most ambitious real estate developments in East history Bay. The board voted 3-2 to enter into an exclusive trading deal with Seeno Companies, Discovery Builders, Inc., Lewis Group of Companies and ...

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Melanie Santiago-Mosier appointed Deputy Director of the Clean Energy Group and the Clean Energy States Alliance

Respected leader to bring solar and energy justice expertise to two national non-profit organizations Vermont Business Magazinee Clean energy group (CEG), a national non-profit advocacy organization focused on building a just and clean energy transition, announced that Melanie Santiago-Mosier will join CEG and its sister organization, the Clean Energy Alliance of States (CESA), as Deputy Director in mid-September 2021. Santiago-Mosier ...

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In Jersey City, progressives band together to face Team Fulop

If you are going to face the big kids in the neighborhood, it is worth having friends by your side. This appears to be the strategy of a group of candidates from Jersey City challenging the slate of candidates led by Mayor Steven Fulop. A first indication of this informal alliance came on July 27 when Council general candidate Chris ...

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Exxon kicked out of carbon tax alliance after lobbying scandal

Exxon Mobil Corp. was suspended from the Climate Leadership Council, a pro-carbon tax group backed by conservation groups and some of the world’s biggest companies. The move comes just weeks after an Exxon lobbyist was secretly recorded by Greenpeace saying the oil giant expressed support for a carbon tax only because it knew such a policy would be nearly impossible ...

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