What are your thoughts? What would you do if you were put in a room and a person that you didn’t know was there?
You’re a writer. If you’re reading these stories, they are yours, to play with or discard as you see fit.
Do you have the answers?
It’s my story, and so many others were made in the shadow of death, of loss.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has ordered the USDA to stop issuing National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) reports on the farm animal or animal products sector, including egg production.
NASS, along with other statistical agencies like the Department of Commerce and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), provide information to policymakers and to the farmers themselves about the health of the livestock and the animals that consume it.
The agency says its mission is to collect and analyze the statistical information from the thousands of farms and ranches across the U.S. that produce more or less of the nation’s food supply.
It is also supposed to be an accurate and transparent monitoring system, keeping a record of the nation’s food supply.
Nasa is one of the U.S. government’s top sources for data on weather and climate change, which it uses to inform public policy on climate change and air pollution.
To meet the USDA’s new direction, the agency had to pull data out of its archives, or remove data they no longer wanted to share and remove data that already existed elsewhere.
That means that the agency was forced to release the report on egg production because the U.S. has had it listed publicly since 2001 and has no plans to change that status, said Michael Taylor, a USDA spokesman.
The United States has joined the European Union in announcing new targets for greenhouse gas emissions. By cutting emissions in the power sector – not by burning fossil fuels, but by transforming an old-fashioned energy system with cleaner alternatives – the U.S. can help cut air pollution – at a time when most Europeans have decided against it.
One big problem: a lot of Europe has no electricity. The E.U., meanwhile, is taking no action to address its fossil-fuel crisis. And America, by itself, doesn’t even try – to a point.
As I’ve noted many times in the past, the E.U. is one of the worst places for climate action. The Continent’s reliance on fossil