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age, the books are mostly about challenges faced by Nigerian workers. and the southern half of the region will get much drier,S. seemed important but also a bit besides the point The scientific debate was overand environmentalists believed the time was ready for the US to finally lead on climate change It didn’t work out that way Cap-and-trade stalled and eventually died in the Senate in 2010 and when Republicans took back the House during midterm elections later that year hopes for national climate legislation evaporated While Obama could claim meaningful environmental winstoughening fuel efficiency standards and channeling billions of dollars to renewable energymany environmentalists believed he had turned his attention away from one of the most dire threats facing the country and the world But beginning with his second inaugural address in January 2013 marked by a promise to “respond to the threat of climate change” Obama has renewed his focus on global warming The big showdown will come later this year when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) puts forward controversial rules that will curb greenhouse gas emissions from power plants but this morning provides fresh evidence of the emphasis Obama is now putting on global warming The release of the Third NCA will be marked by one-on-one Presidential interviews with local and national metereologistsstill a trusted source on climate science for many Americans even if they shouldn’t always beand the presence of top White House officials at the rollout later this afternoon The NCA is no longer a sideshowto a White House searching for a climate win it’s the main event Contact us at editors@timecomDouma: Syria’s regime moved closer Sunday to fully retaking the rebel enclave of eastern Ghouta after its Russian ally agreed with rebels to evacuate hundreds of civilians from a final pocket Tens of thousands people are thought to remain in the battered town of Douma the last rebel holdout and their one-time bastion east of the capital Damascus Civilians carry their belongings and leave towns and villages in the eastern Ghouta region AP Russia-backed regime forces have seized more than 95 percent of eastern Ghouta in a six-week air and ground blitz that has displaced tens of thousands from their homes People have fled the fighting into regime-held territory while so far more than 45000 fighters and civilians in total have been bussed out under evacuation deals "A partial agreement was reached to evacuate hundreds of civilians who wish to leave for Idlib" a northwestern province still largely outside regime control a Britain-based war monitor said on Sunday In all around 1300 people would be evacuated from Douma under the deal the head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told AFP adding that talks on the fate of rebels who hold Douma were still underway "Negotiations were continuing for a full agreement including concerning the Jaish al-Islam" rebel faction Rami Abdel Rahman said In other parts of the bastion Russia-brokered accords have already seen thousands of fighters and civilians climb onto buses and head north to Idlib More than 4000 people left the devastated town of Harasta last week under a deal with the Ahrar al-Sham rebel group And more than 41000 evacuated a southern pocket including the town of Arbin this week under another deal with the Faylaq al-Rahman opposition faction ‘No more homes’ But talks have dragged on in Douma with Jaish al-Islam insisting it would not leave the town the main one in eastern Ghouta A civilian committee taking part in the negotiations with Russia on Saturday said a deal had been reached "to evacuate humanitarian cases to northern Syria" It gave no further details nor did it say when the planned evacuations would start As talks have stalled for Douma residents there have grown nervous about their fate "Of course I would rather leave There are no more homes here not a single place to settle" said Abu Rateb 30 "But I won’t go to regime-held areas to join ranks with the Syrian Army" he said adding he would prefer to go to Idlib Haitham 38 a media activist who did not give his surname said he would rather stay in his hometown "To abandon your home is to abandon your soul" he said "But if they give us the choice of dying or leaving it will be another matter" Reports of the planned evacuations come after Syria’s army on Saturday vowed to finish off rebels in Douma the main town in eastern Ghouta A statement said the military would press on with "fighting in the area of Douma to rid it of terrorism" in reference to the rebels That announcement came after Syria’s state news agency SANA reported the southern pocket of eastern Ghouta was "empty of terrorism" as the last buses left it on Saturday afternoon The regime assault since 18 February has killed more than 1600 civilians the Observatory says and devastated entire neighbourhoods Tens of thousands of people have hit the roads with their belongings stuffed into bags or carrying blankets to flee out of the enclave into regime-held territory You might think that on a high-intensity stressful day would cause you to burn more calories but research shows you’d likely be wrong Women who ate a high-fat meal after they were stressed burned calories more slowly according to a new study Our bodies metabolize slower under stress but the types of food we crave when we are stressed or depressed tend to be very high in fat and sugar New research published in the journal Biological Psychiatry suggests how that combination of factors could result in significant weight gain Researchers from Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center interviewed 58 women about stressors they experienced the day before such as arguments with spouses or trouble with kids before giving them a meal of eggs turkey sausage biscuits and gravy containing 930 calories and 60 grams of fat The women then wore masks which were able to measure their metabolism by calculating inhaled and exhaled airflow of oxygen and carbon dioxide The researchers also measured the women’s blood sugar triglycerides (cholesterol) insulin and the stress hormone cortisol The researchers found that women who reported being stressed out during the prior 24 hours burned 104 fewer calories than the women who were not stressed That effect could add up to 11 extra pounds gained over a year of stress-eating they concluded The women who were stressed had higher levels of insulin which contributes to how the body stores fat and can slow down the process of metabolizing calories into energy If fat is not burned it’s stored on the body Previous research shows a similar effect in men It’s important to note that while stress can lead to overeating that is not what this research showed The women in the study were fed high-fat meals as part of the design of the study; they did not choose those foods on their own Regardless this adds to a large body of research suggesting the importance of reducing stress and adhering to a healthy diet Contact us at editors@timecomThe National Security Agency and the British Government Communications Headquarters spied on private German companies according to a report based on documents revealed by NSA leaker Edward Snowden British spies surveilled employees of top German companies in order to develop “in-depth knowledge of key satellite [Internet Protocol] service providers in Germany” German magazine Der Spiegel reported Saturday Three companies listed in the report include Stellar a satellite ground station operator which provided telecommunications for major clients including governments as well as Stellar competitors Cetel and IABG The latter was contracted by the German defense forces Der Spiegel’s report follows earlier allegations that the NSA spied on German Chancellor Angela Merkel by tapping her personal phone That report sparked outrage in Germany chilling typically cordial relations between Washington and Berlin [Der Spiegel] Contact us at editors@timecom“Our candidate will be very well-positioned to take on Kevin Cramer from what we have seen, “The 8th House of Representatives will assert its role in providing leadership in the areas of accountable and transparent government.

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