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Comments Off on Keeping Track of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Progress and Targets in 167 Cities Worldwide   |   Environmental

Keeping Track of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Progress and Targets in 167 Cities Worldwide

Keeping Track of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Progress and Targets in 167 Cities Worldwide Actions in cities shape the outcome of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission mitigation and our climate change response. Accurate and consistent carbon inventories are essential for identifying the main sources of emissions and global comparison of carbon reduction progress and would help […]

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America’s Next Hot Import Might Be Record Energy Prices

America’s Next Hot Import Might Be Record Energy Prices Natural-gas, coal and electricity prices are all running abnormally high, far too early Today’s high energy prices could be a preview of coming attractions—a real horror movie if this winter is cold. Benchmark U.S. natural-gas prices edged above $5 per million British thermal units this month, […]

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Consumer Energy Alliance 2021 Annual Report

Consumer Energy Alliance 2021 Annual Report “As we continue our mission of demonstrating the complexities and impacts of energy policy on the daily lives of American consumers to policymakers, elected leaders, and the public, we will strongly advance one core principle – affordability. History has taught us that consumer choice drives innovation, lowers costs, and […]

Comments Off on Governor Northam Announces Service Center Metals to Invest $101.7 Million in Prince George County, Creating 94 New Jobs   |   General, Workforce Development

Governor Northam Announces Service Center Metals to Invest $101.7 Million in Prince George County, Creating 94 New Jobs

Governor Northam Announces Service Center Metals to Invest $101.7 Million in Prince George County, Creating 94 New Jobs Manufacturing company to construct two new facilities, increase production capacity RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Service Center Metals, a manufacturer of aluminum extrusions, will invest more than $100 million to expand in Prince George County. The […]

Comments Off on AFL-CIO president tells striking Mondelez workers in Henrico that it is ‘fed up with the way you have been treated’   |   General

AFL-CIO president tells striking Mondelez workers in Henrico that it is ‘fed up with the way you have been treated’

AFL-CIO president tells striking Mondelez workers in Henrico that it is ‘fed up with the way you have been treated’ American union workers are fed up with skyrocketing inequality and runaway corporate greed, and they are standing up for their rights, the new president of the AFL-CIO union federation said.   Liz Shuler told about […]

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MSI Announces Partnerships to Enhance Credentials Through Use of AR/VR

MSI Announces Partnerships to Enhance Credentials Through Use of AR/VR MT1 Credential enhances it online materials with Augmentedand Virtual Reality Capabilities provided by Lifeliqe and TRANSFR RICHMOND, VA – The Manufacturing Skills Institute (MSI), the workforce development affiliate of the Virginia Manufacturers Association, announced today that they have enhanced the Manufacturing Technician Level 1 (MT1) Credential […]

Comments Off on Biggest cut of crisis relief money for unemployment trust   |   COVID19, Legislative

Biggest cut of crisis relief money for unemployment trust

Biggest cut of crisis relief money for unemployment trust About 20% of Virginia’s funding from the latest federal coronavirus relief bill will help replenish the fund that pays unemployment benefits, staving off hefty tax increases for employers RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Like many state agencies across the country that administer jobless benefits, the Virginia Employment […]

Comments Off on Virginia board hears differing opinions on proposed changes to the state’s COVID-19 workplace rules   |   COVID19

Virginia board hears differing opinions on proposed changes to the state’s COVID-19 workplace rules

Virginia board hears differing opinions on proposed changes to the state’s COVID-19 workplace rules Virginia’s rules requiring employers to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace technically still remain in place, though many businesses continue to urge a full repeal. And Gov. Ralph Northam has proposed that businesses in compliance with […]

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Governor Northam Announces Administration Appointments

Governor Northam Announces Administration Appointments RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam announced additional appointments to his Administration today. Secretariat of the Commonwealth Board Appointments Auctioneers Board Angela Smith-Mackey* of Fredericksburg, Lead Systems Architect Engineer Linda W. Terry, AARE, CAI, GRI* of Manakin Sabot, Auctioneer/Broker Board for Professional Soil Scientists, Wetlands Professionals, and Geologists Doug DeBerry* of Williamsburg, Professor, William & Mary […]

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Editorial: No discussion, no debate

Editorial: No discussion, no debate Maybe it’s the law of averages, but every blue moon or so a political party leader will make a valid point about governance in Virginia not (entirely) wrapped up in bald partisanship. In a notable instance, reported this week, House Minority Leader Todd Gilbert, R-Woodstock, wondered about the upcoming special […]