Daily Archives: September 23, 2022

Lawrence: Trump Could Now Lose Everything Including His Freedom

Sep 21, 2022

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell analyzes the latest loss Donald Trump has faced in the Justice Department’s classified documents investigation and explains why the worst two days in Donald Trump’s life are the day he lost the 2020 election and today in light of that court decision and the lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

FBI ‘Planted’ Evidence? Trump Has Until Sept. 30th To Back Up Claims

Sep 23, 2022

Former President Trump’s attorneys have been asked to detail any documents the Justice Department may have falsely claimed to have retrieved from Mar-A-Lago.

This comes after Trump’s repeated claims that the FBI “planted” evidence in a court of law. Washington Post reporter Perry Stein joins the conversation to break down Judge Dearie’s request and what’s ahead in this special master review.

How Racism, Climate Change, & Conflict Lead to Displacement

NowThis News Sep 23, 2022

‘There cannot be peace if there is institutional rampant, violent racism’ — Here’s how racism, climate change, and conflict are fueling poverty and displacement, and what we can do differently

Africa Speeches at the 77th United Nations General Assembly 2022

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Day 4 of the General Debate is taking place as part of the 77th United Nations General Assembly at UN HQ in New York City, on Tuesday September 20. UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, will begin the talks with his annual report on the organisation’s activities. High-level delegations will then have the opportunity to discuss global affairs. The General Debate continues until September 26.
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Ascension Island – Wikipedia

Ascension Island is an isolated volcanic island, 7°56′ south of the Equator in the South Atlantic Ocean. It is about 1,000 miles (1,600 km) from the coast of Africa and 1,400 miles (2,300 km) from the coast of South America. It is governed as part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha,[2] of which the main island, Saint Helena, is around 800 miles (1,300 km) to the southeast. The territory also includes the sparsely populated Tristan da Cunha archipelago, 2,300 miles (3,700 km) to the south, about halfway to the Antarctic Circle.

Named after the day of its recorded discovery, Ascension of Jesus, Ascension Island was an important safe haven as a coaling station to mariners and a refueling stop for commercial airliners back in the days of international air travel by flying boats. Ascension Island was garrisoned by the British Admiralty from 22 October 1815 to 1922. During World War II, it was an important naval and air station, especially providing antisubmarine warfare bases in the Battle of the Atlantic.[3]

The island is the location of RAF Ascension Island, which is a Royal Air Force station, a European Space Agency rocket tracking station, an Anglo-American signals intelligence facility and the BBC World Service Atlantic Relay Station. The island was used extensively as a staging point by the British military during the Falklands War. Ascension Island hosts one of four ground antennas that assist in the operation of the Global Positioning System (GPS) navigational system (the others are on Kwajalein Island, Diego Garcia, and Cape Canaveral). NASA operates a Meter Class Autonomous Telescope (MCAT) on Ascension Island for tracking orbital debris, which is potentially hazardous to operating spacecraft and astronauts, at a facility called the John Africano NASA/AFRL Orbital Debris Observatory.[4]

Flood Protection Investments Offer Strong ROI | World Resources Institute

April 23, 2020 By Samantha Kuzma and Tianyi Luo

Flooding has already caused more than $1 trillion in losses globally since 1980, and the situation is poised to worsen: Analysis from WRI’s Aqueduct Floods finds that the number of people affected by floods will double worldwide by 2030.

According to data from the tool, which analyzes flood risks and solutions around the world, the number of people affected by riverine floods will rise from 65 million in 2010 to 132 million in 2030, and the number impacted by coastal flooding will increase from 7 million to 15 million. This is not only a threat to human lives, but to economies: The amount of urban property damaged by riverine floods will increase threefold — from $157 billion to $535 billion annually. Urban property damaged by coastal storm surge and sea level rise will increased tenfold — from $17 billion to $177 billion annually.

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