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How Business Leaders Prepare For The Storm

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Sea Levels are rising and there is nothing we can do to stop them. This is the latest Scientific findings from John Englander a US scientist specialising in sea levels.

All things happen in cycles and we are the cutting edge of a 400,000-year ice age cycle. Over this time 4 ice ages have occurred, the last ice age peaked 22,000 years ago. Since then the temperature has warmed 5 degrees, releasing Co2 from the ocean as the oceans warmed, increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from 180 ppm to 280ppm, rising sea levels over 400f

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The Cost Of Climate Change And What We Can Do

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Recent climate change protests in the UK by the activist group Extinction Rebellion have caused the UK government to take action. MP’s approved a motion to declare an environment and climate emergency, the first government in the world to do so. Protests were fueled by anger over inaction on climate change and those the activist group saw who are funding the destruction of the planet.

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3 Keys To Finding And Developing Talent

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One of the top challenges we have found that our clients and leaders have is trouble finding good people, keeping them on board, and developing a succession or talent program. Your people are THE most important asset you have. You MUST take the time to develop and support them in being all they can be. It’s what all people strive for; to grow and develop. This is part of being Human.

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Cycles of Growth: Destruction and Reconstruction In Lives

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Notre Dame the cathedral of Paris and France, where French Kings and Queens have been married for centuries and Napoleon was crowned Emperor in 1804, has survived an extensive fire. The fire started Monday night at 6:30 pm and burnt through the whole of the wooden roof, toppling the central spire before successfully being put out by over 500 firefighters.

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