Trump’s Tariffs And The Weather Are Making Life Hell For Farmers

For America’s farmers, the bad news just keeps coming. They’ve already been dealing with the fallout from the Trump administration’s trade war with China, which destroyed the market for American soybeans and hurt other crops as well. And now, they’re in the middle of the most catastrophic planting season in living memory. Months of rain have drowned fields across the country. It’s especially tough on farmers who invested lots of money when times were better. Reid Thompson and Arin Rader are two of those guys. They leased a big chunk of land, spent millions of dollars on new technology, and now they’re just trying to pay their debts and keep their operation going. The new round of government payments will help, but what they’re really looking for is a respite from the storm

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An 'embarrassing' plastic bag designed to curb pollution

A Vancouver market is employing an unusual tactic – embarrassment – in an attempt to convince its customers to give up plastic bags. East West Market is handing out several plastic bags emblazoned with the not-so-discrete logos for fake businesses and products most shoppers would otherwise be mortified to show off in public. Single use plastic bags are one of the biggest contributors to plastic pollution and have been the target of regional and municipal bans around the globe. For more info, please go to https://globalnews.ca/news/5357081/vancouver-market-embarrassing-plastic-bags/ Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: Follow Global News on Instagram

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The Yamuna, India's most polluted river

Guardian India correspondent Michael Safi takes a journey along the Yamuna river. Stretching 855 miles (1,375km) across the north of the country, at its source in the Himalayas its water is crystal clear. Subscribe to The Guardian â-º However, once it streams through New Delhi, it turns into one of the filthiest rivers in the world. Rapid urbanisation is partly to blame, but so is lax enforcement of laws against illegal dumping Become a Guardian supporter â-º The Guardian â-º https:// Suggested videos: Erica: Man Made â-º Battle for Mosul â-º Radical Brownies â-º Desert Fire â-º 6×9: experience solitary

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'Zero waste' grocery stores shaking off plastic

Anyone who is concerned about plastic pollution can’t help but be dismayed by the abundance of plastic found in grocery stores. Everywhere you look, you’ll see cling wrap and plastic bags. But plastic-free grocery stores are starting to pop up around the globe. CGTN’s Karina Huber has more on this growing movement.

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HTML Web Programming Tutorial Series – #5 Creating Headings & Horizontal Lines

HTML Web Programming Tutorial Series – #5 Creating Headings & Horizontal Lines This is the fifth of a series of roughly 15 videos with the ultimate goal of teaching you from the ground up, how to create your very own website utilizing HTML, giving you a foundation for what’s to come in the following series teaching you CSS & Javascript. In this episode we will be creating headings with different levels of importance ranging from 1 through 6 allowing you to organize your content better. In addition to that, I also introduce you to horizontal lines & how they can be used to break up content serving as a divider. The tags which I go over in this episode include: H1-6 (Headings) HR (Horizontal Lines) Center (Center Allignment) Notepad++ Download – Resource Page – http://

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Why not all reusable bags are good for the planet | Did You Know?

Plastic bags are now banned from most stores across Australia. How much better are the reusable options? Watch more from the Did You Know? series â-ºâ-º https:// Major supermarkets, and most states and territories in Australia, are banning the single-use plastic shopping bag. So it’s time to find different options. From green bags to degradable bags, hessian bags to cotton totes — are these plastic bag alternatives any better? You’ll need to consider how the bags are produced, how many times you’ll use it, and how you can dispose of it. RESOURCES In full: Here’s how plastic bag alternatives stack up Report: Life cycle assessment of supermarket

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Scientists have created edible water

‘Ooho’ by Skipping Rocks Lab is an edible water bottle created out of 100% biodegradable brown algae that is an environmental-friendly alternative to plastic bottles. READ MORE: FACEBOOK: https:// TWITTER: https://twitter.com/mashable INSTAGRAM: https://

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SoCal Cool Kid Shaun Neff Is Not Your Typical Investor | Adventure Capitalists | CNBC Prime

Don’t let Shaun Neff’s laid-back vibe fool you, the Neff Headwear founder and Sunbum co-founder has been hustling for years. Shaun shares what sets him apart from other investors and explains the type of entrepreneurs he’s looking to invest in. All New Adventure Capitalists Tuesdays 11P ET/PT. » Subscribe to CNBC Prime: About CNBC Prime: By night, CNBC Prime is an entertainment network with a programming slate that is an extension of CNBC’s distinct brand. The entertainment focused block in primetime includes programs such as Shark Tank, The Profit, Jay Leno’s Garage, West Texas Investors Club, Restaurant Startup, American Greed and Secret Lives of the Super Rich. Primetime programming airs Monday through Sunday, 7:00 PM — 2:00 AM. Connect with CNBC Prime O

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My Doll Jewelry Collection- Doll Crafts – simplekidscrafts – simplekidscrafts

Hi guys this is a small preview of my dollhouse doll jewelry . Some of these I made myself others came with my dolls. The collection includes crowns,necklaces,bracelets,chokers,rings, earrings,etc I really love this collection and the videos on how to make some of these items is below: How to make Doll Jewelry: Necklaces, Earrings and Bracelets https:// Enjoy!!! Come Back to Simplekidscrafts Channel Every Day for Fun Easy Crafts and Miniature Dollhouse Accessories, Toys and Rooms for Barbie Dolls. I will wait for you every Wednesday and Saturday with new 5 Minute Crafts and Dolls stories just for you. Simple Kids Crafts (simplekidscrafts) is a video blog where we share crafts for dolls, dollhouse accessories, miniatures and toys for dolls (Barbie

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This Designer Makes Zero-Waste Clothes

Check out more from zero waste daniel at Subscribe to As/Is: https://bzfd.it/2QaN0dR About As/Is: Subscribe for daily videos & series about beauty, fashion, style, body positivity, women’s experiences and lifestyle, and to join a community of incredible women working to empower and inspire each other. We accept you, as is! Connect with As/Is: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: @AsIs https:// Follow us on Twitter: Check out our website: Buy our merch: https://goo.gl/2ny7st Subscribe to the As/Is Newsletter: https:// Credits: https:// MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network White C

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