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They’ve really worked out a good way to tease out very subtle, slow temporal changes.
That’s because coastal wetlands would sop up the excess water, slowing the surge upstream.
In the longer term, of course, we need to slow down climate change.
Restaurant and catering sales fell 7% year-on-year in August, a slower pace than July’s 11% drop and June’s nearly 33% decrease.
Without a vaccine readily available, it has been challenging to get people to engage in enough of the behaviors that can help slow the virus.
Even though people want to do the right thing, their hands get tied sometimes, and it just slows the process down.
Indeed, economists at the firm note “most information on August spending indicates stable or higher consumption”—apart from clothing, which may be impacted due to slower back-to-school sales.
Spending picked up temporarily, but now that the stimulus money is gone, spending has slowed again.
Even if hurricane slowing isn’t eventually conclusively attributed to climate change, it’s still increasing—and that risk that will need to be communicated.
“The sepoys have come in from Meerut,” he announced with the slow tick of the earliest form of apparatus.
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