Comment on this story Comment Medicare recipients will face automatic benefit cuts starting in 2031 and Social Security won’t be able to make full retirement payments starting in 2033 unless Congress intervenes, according to a new government report released Friday. The latest yearly forecast serves as a warning for lawmakers . . .

Bill Requires Fed to Mandate Big Banks Align Their Financing of Greenhouse Gas Emissions with Science-Based Emissions Targets Bill Text (PDF) | Bill Summary (PDF) | Press Conference (Facebook)

Students register to vote at East Carolina University in North Carolina. Courtesy The Andrew Goodman Foundation. 26 Colleges and Universities Across the US Awarded Grants Ranging from $250,000 to $500,000 (NEW YORK, NY — January 24, 2023) The Mellon Foundation—the nation’s largest funder of the arts, culture and humanities—today announced more than $12 million in funding […]

JustFilms grants over $4 million to support 68 content projects in the United States, Brazil, and more New York, NY (December 19, 2022) – Today the Ford Foundation announced its overall funding for independent documentary film in 2022. One of the largest documentary funds in the world and a part of the foundation’s Creativity and […]

Defining what it means to belong at UNC Greensboro is difficult: everyone has a unique answer. This year, 24 iBelong projects are working to give their own answer with actionable solutions. The UNCG iBelong project started in 2019 with a campus survey intended to find out how the university can better promote an inclusive climate. […]

Jan 5 (Reuters) – U.S. solar and wind projects driven by passage of the Inflation Reduction Act likely will not be seen until late 2023 or 2024, power and renewables construction company MasTec Inc (MTZ.N) CEO Jose Mas said on Thursday.

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.— Tó Nizhóní Ání, Diné Citizens Against Ruining our Environment and the Center for Biological Diversity have filed motions urging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to deny preliminary permit applications for three pump storage projects southeast of Kayenta on the Navajo Nation. “These wildly unrealistic projects would only add to decades of harm from […]

McKissack & McKissack is a national architectural, engineering, and construction management firm with 27 years of experience. Deryl McKissack, founder and CEO of McKissack & McKissack, is the fifth generation of her family to work in design and construction. Her company is a continuation of the nation’s oldest African American design and construction firm and […]

Picture: Embankment Irtysh River in Pavlodar U.S. Embassy Astana’s water management and climate change projects were launched, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Astana’s Regional Environment, Science, Technology and Health office as part of the Central Asia Small Grants and Climate Grants Programs. The Center for Competence in Environmental Technologies will implement a project titled […]

DES MOINES, Iowa – The federal government on Monday announced another $325 million for agricultural projects that are intended to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The latest list of 71 recipients for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Climate-Smart Commodities program primarily involve small and underserved farmers and ranchers. The payments follow $2.8 billion awarded in September […]

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