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Leah Uddeme 18h
Yesterday was by far the hardest and most emotionally draining day of work for me since I became a nurse, so naturally today I’m finding myself inquiring about adopting another puppy.. this is
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MS. L. 37m
When a school’s includes a criticism of Ss THIS needs deep investigation prior to developing a
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Aleena Farishta 16h
One of my projects is getting a lot of coverage! This one will protect NYC from storms via
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MassDER 19h
Undersized culverts are at high risk of washouts during large storms - an increasing risk as climate change brings more frequent severe storms. DER is working with municipalities to help replace undersized crossings.
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Arcadis Jul 15
Vietnam's Mekong Delta faces climate change challenges that puts their agriculture at risk. Find out how such agriculture dependent and densely populated area can become Climate-Resilient 👉
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Lulu Fernandez, M.Ed. 14h
Day 1-Vijay Gupta inspiring Equity Warriors at the GEAR UP Annual Conference
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Performance On Demand 23h
Stress can be good, only in moderation. Our online profiler can help employee
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Mighty Oaks Foundation Jul 13
Chad had the opportunity to speak to a few hundred Marines yesterday on at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, AZ. He was able to meet some incredible Marines who are doing an outstanding job serving our nation 🙏🏻🇺🇸
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Dr. Anne Brown 7h
Becoming a victim is not a choice, becoming a survivor is.
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EIMA 16h
An exterior cladding system that is tested and approved for high-velocity hurricane zone performance is critical to ensure a building can tolerate powerful winds and the impact of windblown debris during a hurricane.
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pasonpower 14h
This weekend’s in NYC illustrates the need for businesses to have a plan for times of outages. Our machine-learning software enables confident deployment of assets. Learn more at
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DK Baseball Jul 10
If you tore your labrum in your throwing arm would you learn to throw opposite-handed to continue playing baseball? That's what 2018 Diamond King Riley DeWolf from Litchfield did. What stories will come out from the 2019 class of Diamond Kings?
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ecoPreserve 17h
The costs of wasted water are easily overlooked. A single faucet that drips once per second will send over 2,000 gallons of water down the pipes within a year. Fortunately, planning and awareness will shut off the dollar drain.
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Alain Airom 5h
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MOFFATT & NICHOL Jul 11
After Sandy, is fighting to increase and mitigate flooding from storms. The city successfully simulated protecting a Department of Education building and a DOT maintenance yard, both of which have flooded in the past, by using Tiger Dams. (Photo by NYC OEM)
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Molly Kennedy Jul 15
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Birch Studio 24h
I'll be moderating the panel on alternate fuel vehicles for resiliency at 2019 Resilient Virginia Conference. Attend, learn, become more resilient.
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Katie Barnes Jul 14
Thinking of our beach nesters out in the elements as Barry continues. Storms have greatly intensified over the last several years, and these birds serve as bioindicators of coastal community health and sustainability.
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CS Jul 10
To ensure within the infostructure of the Wilshire Grand Center, AC Martin’s design team designated CS’ architectural & expansion joint covers for a customized solution. Learn why CS was chosen for this history-making project.
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Matthew L Perks 22h
A lot of buzz about this . Great speakers, critical topic. And it's free. Join us tomorrow as we ask whether grids are more resilient now than in 2017, whether priorities are shifting, and whether we need to re-think our approach to
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