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How gas interests have slowed Chile’s clean energy transition

RIO DE JANEIRO (AFP) – Chile positions itself as a world leader in climate change. Roughly 22% of Chile’s electricity is generated by solar and wind farms, putting it well ahead of the world average, 10%, and United State, by 13%. It was one of the first countries to announce a renewable energy target in … Read more

Check out what the universe has in store for you on Friday

Today, some zodiac signs will see financial gains from some great real estate deals, while others may see a raise in their salary or praise for their outstanding work. Representative image. News 18 Here is your horoscope for today. On May 20, some zodiac signs will see financial gains from some big real estate deals. … Read more

What’s in your cannabis? You might be surprised

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Labels like indica, sativa and hybrid — commonly used to distinguish one class of cannabis from another — tell consumers little about what’s in their product, and can be confusing or misleading, suggests a new study of nearly 90,000 samples across six states. Published on May 19 in the magazine PLUS … Read more

Aviation researchers find another layer hiding in the code of life

Drosophila larvae glow as green fluorescent protein (GFP) is expressed by rare codons in the fly genome. Only two tissues, brain (left) and testis (right) are able to express this version of GFP. Credit: Fox Lab, Duke University A new examination of the way different tissues read information from genes has discovered that the brain … Read more

Kaiser mental health doctors during Maui strike: ‘They pushed us into this’

Kaiser Mental Health Physicians are participating in a statewide strike to improve mental health care today outside the Maui Lani Clinic in Weloko. PC: Kehaulani Cerizo Kaiser doctors wave signs calling for improved mental health care for Maoists and other Hawaiians during today’s strike in Wailuku. PC: Kehaulani Cerizo It’s not uncommon to see mental … Read more

7 easy rituals that make us feel balanced

The “balance” is different for everyone. We all walk this earth with different lives, responsibilities, and priorities. For me, maintaining balance is an ongoing process – one that will never feel linear or ‘over’. But, collectively, we can all agree that there are activities that help us maintain happiness. We discussed this topic at length … Read more

The CDC urges use of Pfizer Booster for children ages 5 to 11.

Children ages 5 to 11 should get a booster dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday, after approval by an advisory panel. The hope is that an extra dose will enhance protection for young children like infection again increasing. “Primary series vaccination among this age group has lagged … Read more