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Government: Small actions make a big difference with Strategic Energy ... - Vancouver Sun

Government: Small actions make a big difference with Strategic Energy ... - Vancouver Sun | Current Events | Scoop.it
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Government: Small actions make a big difference with Strategic Energy ...
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Energy Managers help agencies develop a Strategic Energy Management Plan to meet their energy efficiency targets.

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Maycelle Miller's curator insight, April 25, 2014 3:12 PM

"Interoffice green teams encourage behavioural change by challenging their fellow employees to turn off their monitors at the end of the day and to turn off lights when not in use, among other actions."

This quote I found within the article, give insight to the effect that these Interoffice green teams will have on the environment in the future. 

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Thai Government Faces Challenges as Country Prepares for Polls - Voice of America

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Thai Government Faces Challenges as Country Prepares for Polls
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Pro-government activists and other groups favoring the poll are urging voters to go cast ballots Sunday.
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thank god it's Friday 

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The Government Shutdown and Loans

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The Government shut down! What will happen to my loan?
The big news today is the government shutdown. Everyone is grappling to understand what it means, how it will affect the nation, and how it will affect you, as an individual.

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Travis holloway's curator insight, October 2, 2013 3:27 PM

This article was about how your loans would be affected with the government shutdown.  At first it tells us about how why the government shut down in which it was that both parties could not agree and passed and passed the date on passing the bill. Next they talked about how your loans won't be lost but they will be slowed down and may take a while to go through. But if some of your loans go through the government they have a better chance of not going through and being delayed. 

 

My insight on this is that the government should straighten out and should get this figured out. Also, if you have loans you should not be worried because they will not be canceled  but they will take longer to go through. So everyone should be fine  and should not have to worry about their loans.