National Review on Trump in 2024: ‘No’

President Donald Trump listens during an event on Operation Warp Speed in the Rose Garden of the White House, Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

The editorial board of The National Review is rejecting former President Trump as a candidate for the Republican nomination for president in 2024. “A bruised Donald Trump announced a new presidential bid on Tuesday night, an invitation to double down on the outrages and failures of the last several years that Republicans should reject without hesitation or doubt,” reads the editorial from the conservative

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Sustainability — Synthetic fibers soil ‘pristine’ Antarctic environment

Sustainability — Samples taken from the Antarctic Weddell Sea have returned riddled with synthetic microplastic fibers, scientists have revealed in a new study.   The researchers identified fibrous polyesters, primarily from textiles, in the air, seawater, sediment and sea ice they sampled during a 2019 expedition. They published their findings this week in Frontiers in Marine Science.  While all of these sources

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Kita Rustemi: Degradation, destruction have always been and will always be the first solution, the construction of everything is a daily war and not for everyone

Kita Rustemi is a Freelancer Assistant, Production, and Cinematography Photography. What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?Everything unimportant to humanity, but the essence of humanity.  What turns you off?The fact of being the only person who can not live in the midst of slander. What is your favorite virtue?To be real, everything that is created in this world is

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The billion-dollar market for junk carbon offsets

Rising acceptance that the world needs to cut carbon emissions fast has coincided with a parallel rise in ineffective solutions to the problem. There’s now real danger that tools meant to slow global warming may end up allowing more emissions. A prime example of that risk is carbon offsets. These promissory notes offer buyers an accounting power: Emitters of planet-warming pollution

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Saudi Crown Prince receives honorary doctorate for sustainable development efforts

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman received an honorary doctorate degree from Thailand’s Kasetsart University in land knowledge for sustainable development, the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Saturday. The Crown Prince, who was on a visit to Thailand, received the degree during a ceremony that was held at his residence in Bangkok. The ceremony

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National Review on Trump in 2024: ‘No’

The editorial board of The National Review is rejecting former President Trump as a candidate for the Republican nomination for president in 2024. “A bruised Donald Trump announced a new presidential bid on Tuesday

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