A 20-year study authored by Global Health Institute researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that climate change could have profound public health consequences. While such a sweeping statement can be hard to put into perspective, a glance at today’s headlines shows repercussions already affecting the health sector.
Arthur Sulzberger Jr., publisher of the New York Times, which lost $14.3M in Q1 and has roiled bridge and chess fans by dropping both columns, will discuss “NYT’s future” June 15 at Hunter College. It wonders about its ‘sustainability.”
Heather Rim, who leads global corporate communications for labeling giant Avery Dennison, is moving to $20B infrastructure firm AECOM in Los Angeles as chief communications officer for the Fortune 500 firm.
An article headlined "Do We Need Libraries?" was on the agenda of the May 16 Quogue Library board meeting. "Who needs a library when it is possible, without even getting out of bed, to read almost any book or article that has ever been published?" the article began.
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