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The Amazon is reaching a dangerous tipping-point. Beyond this, the rainforest is unlikely to survive

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#Gold #Fed '>Holds Key Support Post #Fed , #Liquidity  Concerns Cushion The Fall ^MS USD #Metals  #XAU  #XAUUSD  #Commodities 

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Advance tax growth so far into the fiscal is the lowest in at least four years. The growth rate was 18 per cent in 2018-19, 11 per cent in 2017-18, and 14 per cent in 2016-17 in the same period.

The tax buoyancy estimated this year at 1.44 is higher than 1.21 achieved last year. In simple terms, it means if nominal GDP expands by 10 per cent, direct tax collection will grow by 14.4 per cent, which appears near impossible in the current situation.

@NBCNightlyNews  lets L.A.'s mayor blame conservatives for making the city's homelessness problem worse

If you work with audio of people speaking, you should have a look at Descript. It does exactly what it says on the tin.

@LesterHoltNBC  lets L.A.'s mayor blame conservatives for making the city's homelessness problem worse

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“We have run out of time. And so we need both the systemic transformations and we also need behaviour changes.” Listen to @CFigueres  in conversation with @KevinClimate  and @edwardleodavey  about mitigating climate change, on "Babbage"

Acronis raises $147 million for tools that back up, protect, and restore data

Conflict in the cabin: Should the window shades stay up or down? And who gets to decide?

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