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→  October 3, 2013

‘Brutal Truths’ In Jackson Trial Updated: 11:55pm UK, Wednesday 02 October 2013 By Greg Milam, US Correspondent The behind-the-scenes world of “King of Pop” Michael Jackson was laid bare during five months of evidence and “ugly” testimony in the civil trial between his family and final concert promoter. The star’s son Prince, ex-wife Debbie Rowe […]

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EMERYVILLE, Calif., Oct. 1, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ — The Oddar Meanchey REDD+ Project in Cambodia is the first project in the world to earn the verified “Triple Gold” distinction under the Climate, Community and Biodiversity (CCB) Standards for its avoided greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. SCS Global Services (SCS) independently verified the avoided emissions based on […]

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By Alistair Bunkall, Defence Correspondent Ministers’ plans to replace tens of thousands of full time soldiers with reservists risks creating a new wave of veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, campaigners have warned. In an interview with Sky News, Andrew Cameron, chief executive of Combat Stress, said members of the Territorial Army (TA) who serve […]

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By Jon Craig, Chief Political Correspondent David Cameron will round off the autumn party conference season with a pledge to create a “land of opportunity” in Britain. The Prime Minister will vow that the Conservatives will “finish the job” the coalition has started in “clearing up the mess” created by Labour. In his speech at […]

→  October 1, 2013

Related Links Voluntary Carbon Markets Funneled $42 Million Into Clean Cookstoves in 2011: Report Cookstoves Program Aims To Spread Devices Across Africa And Asia <!– Related Links Voluntary Carbon Markets Funneled $42 Million Into Clean Cookstoves in 2011: Report Cookstoves Program Aims To Spread Devices Across Africa And Asia –> Carbon offsets financed half of […]

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Summary: Prepare content and material for greenhouse gas accounting documentation and follow-up. Analyze survey and performance testing data in Excel and provide summary statistics and reports. Conduct literature review on various country conditions (e.g. access to piped and clean water, common stove types, fuel types, demographic data, etc.) Support ongoing project development and management activities […]

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A £50m trial to encourage longer GP surgery opening hours has been unveiled by the Prime Minister in an attempt to cut the pressure on overstretched AE departments. Up to half a million patients are expected to be covered by the pilot project in areas across England which could see surgeries open from 8am to […]

→  October 1, 2013

US Government Shutdown QA Updated: 5:51am UK, Tuesday 01 October 2013 :: Why is this happening now? Normally the US federal budget is decided in March. Although it is proposed by the executive, headed by the president, it has to be put into law by the legislative branches of government – the House of Representatives […]