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"I think there will still be a steady stream. It may not be as busy as the past 12 to 18 months," Ms Marquis said. "The incentives are worth waiting for, but you need to be able to do your job and move around. "If people are coming from the US, they need to be able to bring their families or go home simply and get back in." Chris Hemsworth has been on the Gold Coast shooting Escape from Spiderhead. She said job offers were now coming in for major projects in the US but she would prefer to stay here. "It's the perfect place to be, we just have to be accessible for everybody," she said. Writer and director Sarah Spillane has been in Australia for six months to shoot True Spirit but has plans to return to the US as soon as filming wraps up. The award-winning Australian said she would love to stay but there was more work in America.

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Spanish-language research has seen less of a decline: although its share of Web of Science papers among the output of countries like Argentina and Mexico has fallen in recent years, the proportion in SciELO has remained relatively stable. However, English-language research has overtaken both Spanish and Portuguese to become the most used language in SciELO, with almost 20,000 papers indexed in 2020, as opposed to about 17,000 in Spanish and fewer than 9,000 in Portuguese. “English has become the dominant ‘lingua americana’ of science,” says the report, with “growing international collaboration” and the benefits of “enabling access of research findings to a global network of researchers” a key driver of the trend. At the same time, the report says that such collaboration is focused on working with researchers outside Latin America – especially the US, Spain, Germany, France, the UK and, increasingly, China – with in-region collaboration being “uniformly low”. It says that regional collaboration as a share of research output for Latin America was less than 2 per cent in 1981 but had only risen to around 3.3 per cent in 2020. This was even lower than the Middle East,  another global region that has struggled to foster local collaboration . Even in Brazil, the most collaborative country in Latin America according to the report, out of 127,400 papers involving collaboration, 10,000 had a regional co-author but only one-quarter of these were authored solely within Latin America. Jonathan Adams, chief scientist at the ISI, said it was “most concerning” that research collaboration within Latin America remained so low given the common challenges faced by nations in the region. Similar to the Middle East, he suggested that regional funding coordination could aid the situation.

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It’s going to create opportunities for those that want to get into the space from a job creation, entrepreneurship perspective. CEJA is also going to reduce, significantly, the amount of pollution in underserved communities.”  CEJA sets a goal of 2045 for Illinois to have all its energy from carbon-free sources.  “Because web site of what we’re talking about, the magnitude of what we’re talking about here in the energy space — I mean we’re talking about powering the entire state of Illinois using green energy. Windmills, solar energy. This is something that’s going to be taking place, dare I say, over the next 30+ years,” State Rep. Will Davis, D-Hazel Crest, said.  Davis said there aren’t currently enough people working in the sector, period – and especially people of color work.  A report by E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) found that people of color made up about 27% of Illinois’ clean energy industry.  Revamping the energy sector’s presents an opportunity to change that.  “In the next 10 years, renewable energy businesses are going to create more than 50,000 new jobs: Building projects in every corner of the state,” said Nakhia Crossley of the Solar Energy Industries Association . “We are proud of the diversity and equity commitments in this legislation and we look forward to making sure that as the renewable energy industry grows, it fully reflects the diversity of Illinois.” Among the equity initiatives included in Public Act 102-0662 are: — The creation of a “green bank” to provide seed money to help Black and Brown contractors who may otherwise have a hard time raising capital  — Training support for helping formerly incarcerated individuals to enter the clean energy sector  — Setting reporting requirements to make sure the intended diversity goals are met; Illinois will beefing up the renewables industry through financial incentives, but only contractors that meet diversity thresholds will be able to access them — The allocation of $80 million a year paid by ratepayers to be spent on development programs for individuals from “equity-focused communities”  “We have 13 workforce hubs that will be providing training. They will be providing support for workers, they will be providing things like tools and placement services and retention services and travel stipend and for those that need them, child care,” Gillus said. “There also are going to be workforce hubs that will be providing pre-apprenticeships as well, so that those that are interested in getting jobs in the solar industry, especially from underserved communities, will have access to a plethora of training options and support.”  Other programs are intended for a “just transition,” supporting workers who will lose their jobs when fossil fuel-powered plants close, such as scholarship, health care coverage and employment education.  While CEJA mandates the closure of carbon-emitting plants, many are closing on their own due to market forces. NRG is closing a pair of coal-fired plants in summer 2022, something for which Clean Power Lake County leader Dulce Ortiz has spent years fighting.  According to the U.S. Census bureau, Waukegan has a 17% Black and 55% Latino population.  “I am a Mexican immigrant and having the basic human right to breathe clean air, have clean water and clean soil, and equitable access to the clean energy economy is deeply personal to me,” Ortiz said at the bill signing ceremony last week.

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he said Ascension, Aspirus locations getting new names WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) – Ascention Wisconsin locations will have new names, following the health care provider’s August merger with Aspirus Health. In a news release, Aspirus officials said new signs would begin going up at the affected locations starting Oct. 4, with the official changes going into effect Dec. 1. Ascension Behavioral Health Residential Treatment Center - Stevens Point Aspirus Behavioral Health Residential Treatment Center - Stevens Point Ascension Koller Behavioral Health - Rhinelander Aspirus Occupational Health - Stevens Point Ascension Medical Group - Tick-Borne Illness Center of Excellence Aspirus Wausau Clinic - Westwood Center Boulevard Ascension Medical Group - Wisconsin Rapids Aspirus Wisconsin Rapids Clinic - E Riverview Expressway Ascension Medical Group - Woodruff (Dr. Kate Clinic) Aspirus Rhinelander Clinic - N Shore Drive Aspirus Behavioral Health Clinic - Stevens Point - E Maria Drive Aspirus Stevens Point Clinic - Hoover Road Ascension St. Michael’s - Illinois Avenue Aspirus Stevens Point Clinic - Illinois Avenue Ascension St. Michael’s - Prentice Street Aspirus Behavioral Health Clinic - Stevens Point - Prentice Street Aspirus Stevens Point Clinic - Stanley Street Ascension St.

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