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What issues matter most for South Carolina voters?

Added: 26.02.2020 3:47 | 3 views | 0 comments

CBS News 2020 campaign reporter LaCrai Mitchell spoke exclusively to four black leaders in South Carolina. They said the top issues voters care about are health care, equal pay, climate change and access to public transportation.

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Climate change finds a foe in ride-hailing services, study shows - Roadshow

Added: 25.02.2020 20:50 | 22 views | 0 comments

Skip the Uber or Lyft if you really want to minimize your carbon footprint and try public transportation.

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| Environmental concerns get top billing in Infrastructure Australia priority list for first time

Added: 25.02.2020 16:30 | 29 views | 0 comments


Protecting against coastal flooding, boosting recycling and ensuring water security are now high priority initiatives
Rising sea levels, water security and waste management are among the environmental challenges that Infrastructure Australia has, for the first time, elevated to the top tier of its priorities list.
In its latest list, to be released on Wednesday, Infrastructure Australia said it was elevating environmental concerns because climate change was altering the water cycle and was projected to cause sea level rises of 0.4 to 0.6 metres. It also cited a renewed focus on “resilience” in the face of natural disasters.


In NSW: the John Hunter health and innovation precinct; Great Western highway improvements between Katoomba and Lithgow; Princes Highway upgrade from Nowra to the Victorian border; and South Creek integrated land use and water cycle management
In Victoria: Cycling access to Melbourne CBD; and Frankston public transport connectivity
In Queensland: national land transport network maintenance, a high priority; and the inland road network upgrade
In Western Australia: regional and rural road network improvements and Perth water security, both high priorities; Great Northern Highway improvements from Broome to Kununurra; Wheatbelt secondary freight network improvements; South Coast Highway improvements from Albany to Esperance; South West Interconnected Systems transformation; a liquefied natural gas research facility; and Port Hedland port capacity.

Rory Stewart: London must consider whether to restrict travel over coronavirus fears

Added: 25.02.2020 12:58 | 13 views | 0 comments

The capital should prepare for a potential coronavirus outbreak and consider the possibility of having to impose restrictions on public transport, independent mayoral candidate Rory Stewart said today.

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