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NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- To mark World Food Day on October 16, Action Against Hunger, a nonprofit leader in the global movement to end hunger, today released the results of a survey of over 2,000 US adults conducted on their behalf by The Harris Poll showing that 86% of Americans believe global hunger remains a serious problem. An additional 73% of Americans say climate change will increase hunger among the world's poorest communities, and more than half (56%) of respondents say richer countries, like the U.S., should help low-income countries pay for the costs of adapting to climate change.
(The Center Square) – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said Friday he has joined 19 other attorneys general in a letter that asks the Biden administration to stop a policy they say would allow the federal government access to nearly every American’s bank account.
SALAMANCA — After a half-hour discussion about whether or not to allow cannabis sales in the city of Salamanca, much of the Common Council is …
GREAT VALLEY — The Great Valley town board members approved allowing marijuana sales in the town by a 3-1 margin Monday after further discussi…
NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ford Foundation announced today the election of two new members of its board of trustees: Laurene Powell Jobs, president of the Emerson Collective, and former ambassador Richard Verma, general counsel and head of Global Public Policy at Mastercard.
SÃO PAULO, Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Light DeFi (LIGHT) is conquering users worldwide and launching a campaign for the internationalization of Grupo Light's businesses. Thinking about diversity and inclusion, the new advertising campaign shows that anyone can become a holder of the LIGHT token.
NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The prevalence of high blood pressure among Black women is nearly 40% higher than White women in the U.S., posing an even greater risk for heart disease -- the leading cause of death in the nation. Tomorrow, October 16, Homecoming from the Heart, a free virtual event, will honor women across the country on their heart health journey by celebrating all the steps they can take to practice self-care and protect their hearts right now.
Prince Harry has urged oil companies not to “pillage the ecosystem for potential profit” in an opinion piece as part of his campaign with the Re: wild conservation organisation.