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Jamie Lee Curtis wasn’t so down with FIJI Water girl’s photobombing efforts

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The FIJI Water girl meme from the 2019 Golden Globes proved great publicity for the model involved, Kelleth Cuthbert, and of course, the not so environmentally-friendly bottled water brand.

Not so keen on becoming part of an internet trend was Halloween star Jamie Lee Curtis, who said she tried to avoid the promotional reps for FIJI Water and Moet Chandon who were cruising the award ceremony’s red carpet.

“I knew there was a photographer poised & I moved as I didn’t want to be doing advertising for either,” she wrote on Twitter. “The sponsors of events need to get permission from people before they try 2 take their picture with them.” Read more…

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Guess what? U.S. carbon emissions popped back up in a big way

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For three straight years, carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. dropped. But in 2018, emissions of the potent greenhouse gas shot back up. 

A new report by the Rhodium Group — a research institution that analyzes global economic and environmental trends — found that in 2018 carbon dioxide emissions rose 3.4 percent from the prior year. That’s the second largest gain in the last two decades. 

This rise comes at a time when global scientists have repeatedly urged nations to ambitiously cut their carbon emissions, as rising temperatures have stoked prolonged droughts and heat waves while boosting the odds of record-breaking storms. Read more…

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Guess what? U.S. carbon emissions popped back up in a big way

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For three straight years, carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. dropped. But in 2018, emissions of the potent greenhouse gas shot back up. 

A new report by the Rhodium Group — a research institution that analyzes global economic and environmental trends — found that in 2018 carbon dioxide emissions rose 3.4 percent from the prior year. That’s the second largest gain in the last two decades. 

This rise comes at a time when global scientists have repeatedly urged nations to ambitiously cut their carbon emissions, as rising temperatures have stoked prolonged droughts and heat waves while boosting the odds of record-breaking storms. Read more…

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Guess what? U.S. carbon emissions popped back up in a big way

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For three straight years, carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. dropped. But in 2018, emissions of the potent greenhouse gas shot back up. 

A new report by the Rhodium Group — a research institution that analyzes global economic and environmental trends — found that in 2018 carbon dioxide emissions rose 3.4 percent from the prior year. That’s the second largest gain in the last two decades. 

This rise comes at a time when global scientists have repeatedly urged nations to ambitiously cut their carbon emissions, as rising temperatures have stoked prolonged droughts and heat waves while boosting the odds of record-breaking storms. Read more…

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Harley-Davidson just made its first electric motorcycle available for pre-order

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It’s a hog on a diet.

Harley-Davidson announced Monday at CES that its all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, is now officially available for pre-order. It starts at $29,799 and will begin shipping in August.

The iconic motorcycle company first introduced the LiveWire in 2014, but it had been more of a flashy concept than a reality until last year. In 2015, it appeared on screen as the steed of Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Black Widow. And, finally, in the company’s January 2018 earnings call, it confirmed that the bike would ship in the next 18 months — which now appears to be right on schedule. Read more…

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Harley-Davidson just made its first electric motorcycle available for pre-order

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It’s a hog on a diet.

Harley-Davidson announced Monday at CES that its all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, is now officially available for pre-order. It starts at $29,799 and will begin shipping in August.

The iconic motorcycle company first introduced the LiveWire in 2014, but it had been more of a flashy concept than a reality until last year. In 2015, it appeared on screen as the steed of Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Black Widow. And, finally, in the company’s January 2018 earnings call, it confirmed that the bike would ship in the next 18 months — which now appears to be right on schedule. Read more…

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Harley-Davidson just made its first electric motorcycle available for pre-order

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It’s a hog on a diet.

Harley-Davidson announced Monday at CES that its all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, is now officially available for pre-order. It starts at $29,799 and will begin shipping in August.

The iconic motorcycle company first introduced the LiveWire in 2014, but it had been more of a flashy concept than a reality until last year. In 2015, it appeared on screen as the steed of Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Black Widow. And, finally, in the company’s January 2018 earnings call, it confirmed that the bike would ship in the next 18 months — which now appears to be right on schedule. Read more…

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Harley-Davidson just made its first electric motorcycle available for pre-order

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It’s a hog on a diet.

Harley-Davidson announced Monday at CES that its all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, is now officially available for pre-order. It starts at $29,799 and will begin shipping in August.

The iconic motorcycle company first introduced the LiveWire in 2014, but it had been more of a flashy concept than a reality until last year. In 2015, it appeared on screen as the steed of Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Black Widow. And, finally, in the company’s January 2018 earnings call, it confirmed that the bike would ship in the next 18 months — which now appears to be right on schedule. Read more…

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Harley-Davidson just made its first electric motorcycle available for pre-order

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It’s a hog on a diet.

Harley-Davidson announced Monday at CES that its all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, is now officially available for pre-order. It starts at $29,799 and will begin shipping in August.

The iconic motorcycle company first introduced the LiveWire in 2014, but it had been more of a flashy concept than a reality until last year. In 2015, it appeared on screen as the steed of Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Black Widow. And, finally, in the company’s January 2018 earnings call, it confirmed that the bike would ship in the next 18 months — which now appears to be right on schedule. Read more…

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Harley-Davidson just made its first electric motorcycle available for pre-order

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It’s a hog on a diet.

Harley-Davidson announced Monday at CES that its all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, is now officially available for pre-order. It starts at $29,799 and will begin shipping in August.

The iconic motorcycle company first introduced the LiveWire in 2014, but it had been more of a flashy concept than a reality until last year. In 2015, it appeared on screen as the steed of Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Black Widow. And, finally, in the company’s January 2018 earnings call, it confirmed that the bike would ship in the next 18 months — which now appears to be right on schedule. Read more…

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