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Even companies struggle to assess carbon emissions that come from the whole life cycle of their products, she said.
TRYING TO SHOP SUSTAINABLY? HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO CONSIDER.SARAH KAPLANNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
To estimate further back in time, the researchers assessed ease of harvesting by recording how long it took to dig up bulbs at six of those sites, plus an additional one.
THESE PLANTS SEEM LIKE THEY’RE TRYING TO HIDE FROM PEOPLEJONATHAN LAMBERTNOVEMBER 20, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
A committee of advisors will meet in December to assess Pfizer’s data documenting how well the shots worked.
PFIZER WANTS AUTHORIZATION TO START DISTRIBUTING ITS VACCINE BY CHRISTMASANTONIO REGALADONOVEMBER 20, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The order assesses eligibility based on the age of an inmate and whether the prisoner is nearing the end of his or her sentence.
MD. GOVERNOR SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER TO ALLOW EARLY RELEASE FOR PRISONERS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUSOVETTA WIGGINSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Neben said the change is “a huge move” because it will make it easier for brands and ad agencies to assess the size of someone’s Snapchat audience when developing branded content campaigns.
‘A DIFFERENT ATMOSPHERE THAN COUPLE MONTHS AGO’: HOW THE INSTAGRAM-TIKTOK RIVALRY FOR CREATORS HAS COOLEDTIM PETERSONNOVEMBER 16, 2020DIGIDAY
Minnesota is assessing a special licensing fee between $55,000 and $250,000 on opioid manufacturers.
PATIENTS STRUGGLE TO ACCESS PRESCRIPTION OPIOIDS AFTER NEW YORK TAX DRIVES AWAY SUPPLIERSLBELANGER225NOVEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
They may not have been responsible for the bad polling — they assess the quality of polls and aggregate their wisdom — but that doesn’t necessarily absolve them of contributing to our collective freakout.
IT’S NOT YOU, NATE. IT’S US. (AND MAYBE A LITTLE YOU.)BEN TERRISNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST