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booning: The BETOOTA ADVOCATE Palaszczuk Says Coral Bleaching Low On List Of Priorities After Rise Of Graffiti In Brisbane OVERELLIE ditor I CONTACT problem Our government -but the Premier soysthey to provide jobe to the environmental funding Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has hac decided to stall all are Just geeing it up ople of India and thate today declared the catastrophic damage being untilvve can find a way ·I dont know what these co- caused to the Great Barrier tostop this rise in Reef bycoalmining is nothing hideous street artagainst me but they really track we can look at it compared to the demage being cavsed to Brisbanes the reef is going to have coor said Palaszczuk. trendy inner-city Suburbs to wait by street artists exactly what Il do called scientists have "Maybe further down the need to stop being so anti once I get enough politicel points out of funding a Palaszczuk eayo mabeher onment, might be able to near obsolete Industry back onto its feet, maybe then we can talk Gueensland scientists "If you think coral bleach say that two thirds of the do something about the coral about this precious coral -ing wss bad you need to largest natural living bleching if she can get and the precious tourism take a look at The Valley organism has now boon enough vstes out of the cool operatoro up north nowadays. The Innor-city devastated by severe coral mine to gat elected again. steet art is a complete bleaching, with the most Voters need to remember eye pore She said. Intense damage oecuring that im not on S2ook a further South ths yoar year to do nothing Ipromised iE's actually wite a The future of Australian journalism is not online. It is on two-storey walls in Fortitude Valley. Thanks to the guerrilla artist @scottie.marsh and Queensland Police for only arriving when he was adding the finishing touches.
booning: The BETOOTA ADVOCATE
 Palaszczuk Says Coral Bleaching Low On List Of
 Priorities After Rise Of Graffiti In Brisbane
 OVERELLIE ditor I CONTACT
 problem Our government -but the Premier soysthey to provide jobe to the
 environmental funding
 Queensland Premier
 Annastacia Palaszczuk has hac decided to stall all are Just geeing it up ople of India and thate
 today declared the
 catastrophic damage being untilvve can find a way ·I dont know what these co-
 caused to the Great Barrier tostop this rise in
 Reef bycoalmining is nothing hideous street artagainst me but they really track we can look at it
 compared to the demage
 being cavsed to Brisbanes the reef is going to have coor said Palaszczuk.
 trendy inner-city Suburbs to wait
 by street artists
 exactly what Il do
 called scientists have "Maybe further down the
 need to stop being so anti once I get enough politicel
 points out of funding a
 Palaszczuk eayo mabeher
 onment, might be able to
 near obsolete Industry
 back onto its feet,
 maybe then we can talk
 Gueensland scientists
 "If you think coral bleach say that two thirds of the do something about the coral about this precious coral
 -ing wss bad you need to largest natural living bleching if she can get and the precious tourism
 take a look at The Valley organism has now boon enough vstes out of the cool operatoro up north
 nowadays. The Innor-city devastated by severe coral mine to gat elected again.
 steet art is a complete bleaching, with the most Voters need to remember
 eye pore She said.
 Intense damage oecuring that im not on S2ook a
 further South ths yoar year to do nothing Ipromised
 iE's actually wite a
The future of Australian journalism is not online. It is on two-storey walls in Fortitude Valley. Thanks to the guerrilla artist @scottie.marsh and Queensland Police for only arriving when he was adding the finishing touches.

The future of Australian journalism is not online. It is on two-storey walls in Fortitude Valley. Thanks to the guerrilla artist @scottie...

booning: This University's Resident Elotero Now Takes Venmo, and People Are Flooding Him With Donations Source: Remezcla hoto: Mark Lasa/The Bott Lin 😍👍🏽👏🏽Messages like “I respect the hustle,” “Every time I see you, I’m reminded of my neighborhood” and “thank you for all your hard work” filled his feed. Camacho sweetly liked or replied to many of the messages. A picture of Camacho went viral after @manukmusic alerted Twitter that the elotero takes Venmo as a payment method. “Raspado guy changing da game,” he wrote, adding a picture that clearly shows Camacho’s blue street cart with a sheet of paper that display his Venmo username. Before becoming internet famous, student’s knew him as Isla Vista’s resident elote man. But the tweet has been a boon to his business. On top of perhaps notifying UCSB students to Camacho’s cart, users from around the country decided to pitch in. They sent him donations and applauded his efforts. For the past 20 years, Camacho has served Mexican treats – elotes, raspados, mangoes, and tostilocos – to the IslaVista community. The Oxnard resident – who makes the more than 30-mile drive to SantaBarbara every day with his wife (who runs her own cart in the area) – starts his day at 3 a.m. This gives him enough time to drive to LosAngeles, which is double the distance from Santa Barbara to Oxnard, to buy fresh produce from the markets. He and his wife don’t have any days off, because the carts are their sole source of income. [Read more: See link in bio @undocumedia]
booning: This University's Resident
 Elotero Now Takes Venmo, and
 People Are Flooding Him With
 Donations
 Source: Remezcla
 hoto: Mark Lasa/The Bott
 Lin
😍👍🏽👏🏽Messages like “I respect the hustle,” “Every time I see you, I’m reminded of my neighborhood” and “thank you for all your hard work” filled his feed. Camacho sweetly liked or replied to many of the messages. A picture of Camacho went viral after @manukmusic alerted Twitter that the elotero takes Venmo as a payment method. “Raspado guy changing da game,” he wrote, adding a picture that clearly shows Camacho’s blue street cart with a sheet of paper that display his Venmo username. Before becoming internet famous, student’s knew him as Isla Vista’s resident elote man. But the tweet has been a boon to his business. On top of perhaps notifying UCSB students to Camacho’s cart, users from around the country decided to pitch in. They sent him donations and applauded his efforts. For the past 20 years, Camacho has served Mexican treats – elotes, raspados, mangoes, and tostilocos – to the IslaVista community. The Oxnard resident – who makes the more than 30-mile drive to SantaBarbara every day with his wife (who runs her own cart in the area) – starts his day at 3 a.m. This gives him enough time to drive to LosAngeles, which is double the distance from Santa Barbara to Oxnard, to buy fresh produce from the markets. He and his wife don’t have any days off, because the carts are their sole source of income. [Read more: See link in bio @undocumedia]

😍👍🏽👏🏽Messages like “I respect the hustle,” “Every time I see you, I’m reminded of my neighborhood” and “thank you for all your hard work”...

booning: All electric trains in the Netherlands are now 1oo% wind-powered !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!IHI!!!!!! ns ni groemetre in @seek the trut ScienceAlert.com- The Netherland's national railway company, NS, has announced that all of its electric passenger trains are now 100 percent powered by wind energy. NS first announced their target for a wind-powered train fleet back in 2015, but they've hit their target a year earlier than planned - way ahead of their 2018 goal. "Since 1 January, 100 percent of our trains are running on windenergy," said NS spokesman, Ton Boon, in a press release sent to the AFP. "So we in fact reached our goal a year earlier than planned." In 2015, NS partnered with Dutch electricity company Eneco. Their goal was getting NS's entire electric train fleet wind-powered by January 2018. Half of the fleet was already wind-powered, but in order to get the entire system away from fossil fuels, they needed to either build more local wind farms or buy in wind energy from neighbouring countries, such as Denmark. But thanks to an increase in the number of wind farms around the country, and off the coast of the Netherlands, the collaboration has achieved that target early. According to a joint NS and Eneco website, around 600,000 passengers every day are now travelling thanks to wind energy. The Dutch have a long history with wind energy, and have been using windmills to drain water and mill grain since the 17th and 18th centuries. But now the nation is using more sophisticated wind turbines to generate electricity. According to Eneco and NS, one windmill running for an hour can power a train for around 200 km (120 miles). And although trains are usually thought of as pretty environmentally friendly compared to fuel-heavy cars, the NS fleet annually consumes 1.2 billion kWh of wind energy from Eneco - equivalent to the amount of electricity consumed by all households in Amsterdam in a year. "Mobility is responsible for 20 percent of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands, and if we want to keep travelling, it is important that we do this without burdening the environment with CO2 and particulate matter," Eneco account manager Michel Kerkhof told Railway Technology back in 2015. renewableenergy
booning: All electric trains in the
 Netherlands are now 1oo%
 wind-powered
 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!IHI!!!!!!
 ns ni groemetre in
 @seek the trut
ScienceAlert.com- The Netherland's national railway company, NS, has announced that all of its electric passenger trains are now 100 percent powered by wind energy. NS first announced their target for a wind-powered train fleet back in 2015, but they've hit their target a year earlier than planned - way ahead of their 2018 goal. "Since 1 January, 100 percent of our trains are running on windenergy," said NS spokesman, Ton Boon, in a press release sent to the AFP. "So we in fact reached our goal a year earlier than planned." In 2015, NS partnered with Dutch electricity company Eneco. Their goal was getting NS's entire electric train fleet wind-powered by January 2018. Half of the fleet was already wind-powered, but in order to get the entire system away from fossil fuels, they needed to either build more local wind farms or buy in wind energy from neighbouring countries, such as Denmark. But thanks to an increase in the number of wind farms around the country, and off the coast of the Netherlands, the collaboration has achieved that target early. According to a joint NS and Eneco website, around 600,000 passengers every day are now travelling thanks to wind energy. The Dutch have a long history with wind energy, and have been using windmills to drain water and mill grain since the 17th and 18th centuries. But now the nation is using more sophisticated wind turbines to generate electricity. According to Eneco and NS, one windmill running for an hour can power a train for around 200 km (120 miles). And although trains are usually thought of as pretty environmentally friendly compared to fuel-heavy cars, the NS fleet annually consumes 1.2 billion kWh of wind energy from Eneco - equivalent to the amount of electricity consumed by all households in Amsterdam in a year. "Mobility is responsible for 20 percent of CO2 emissions in the Netherlands, and if we want to keep travelling, it is important that we do this without burdening the environment with CO2 and particulate matter," Eneco account manager Michel Kerkhof told Railway Technology back in 2015. renewableenergy

ScienceAlert.com- The Netherland's national railway company, NS, has announced that all of its electric passenger trains are now 100 perc...