Will the markets hold or improve? Markets are looking to start climbing again. They tanked on Tuesday when I was in DC to celebrate the IRA. Crude is steady. Asian markets are rebounding. I cannot fully process the IRA yet, because most of the markers won’t hit until next year and beyond. I would like…

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Late blooming storms of the season. Bit later than usual. We should have a sense by midweek as to the status of these disturbances. FPL has new gear to track storms and conduct damage assessments. Via Power Grid International Florida’s primary energy provider is ready to launch a powerful new technology, just ahead of the…

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Yesterday the United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution on the right to a healthy environment. The Deputy Spokesperson for the Secretary-General Farhan Haq stated: The Secretary-General welcomes the adoption by the General Assembly of its historic resolution recognizing the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment. This landmark development demonstrates that Member States…

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Dr. Derald Wing Sue, who is the son of parents who emigrated from China and is a professor of psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, writes about microaggressions in Scientific American. My research and work on what we call “racial microaggressions” began through a series of lifelong experiences and observations of interpersonal racial encounters. For…

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In the opening scene, Kamala Khan fails her driving test. She reverses into her driving examiner’s vehicle. Sana Amanat, one of the co-writers of the original series, was the first Hyderabadi-Punjabi woman I ever met. Super proud of Sana and the team behind this production. Congratulations to the cast and crew!

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