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Humans are wasteful (sorry, we know that’s hard to hear). Today, we’ll focus on our food waste. That’s because it constitutes about 10% of the excess bad stuff in the atmosphere that’s making us all so miserable, like carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4). Since
Many of our positions have been rebounding so robustly that some investors scared by last year’s bear market are having uncomfortable flashbacks. “Is this a bubble,” they ask themselves. “Are these stocks swelling up too fast for their fundamentals to support?” In my opinion, the
In the eastern Libyan city of Derna, heavy rains cause mass flooding, displacing thousands. In Greece, record rainfall impacts the islands of Crete and Evia. Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil sees sweeping waters touching the lives of over 100,000 people. Japan reels from pummeling
After the Great Recession in 2008, the subsequent boom saw a heap of drive-thru places install a second window to process more folks. According to the National Restaurant Association, the number of fast-food restaurants with two windows went up by 20% in the five years