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Canada

Cooler weather expected to bring some relief as crews battle wildfires in B.C. Interior | CBC News

The past week has been a difficult one for wildfire fighters in B.C., with more than 100 new fires igniting across the province, but a shift to cooler weather is expected to bring some relief for crews. B.C. Wildfire Service information officer Jean Strong said crews have been able to get the upper hand on most […]

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Science

Igloo ECOCOOL Trailmate 70 Qt: An Eco-Friendly And Tough Cooler

Are any of you still holding on to vintage coolers? Depending on the build quality, storage location, and care, these can virtually last almost a lifetime. For those who own one from Igloo, we bet it’s still in excellent condition. However, when you need to upgrade or add another, we recommend the ECOCOOL Trailmate 70 […]

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Technology

Thoughtworks : and Spotify Developers Accept the “Make the Planet Cooler” Challenge at Spotify Hack Week 2022 with Cloud Carbon Footprint Plugin for Backstage | MarketScreener

By: Lisa McNally, Head of Cleantech and Sustainability and Tim Cochran, Technical Director This year, Thoughtworks developers were invited to join Spotify’s annual Hack Week 2022 focused on projects and initiatives that “Make the Planet Cooler.” In support of that theme, the Thoughtworks and Spotify teams partnered to build a Cloud Carbon Footprint plugin for […]

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Science

Cooler weather forecasted for Victoria starting Tuesday: Environment Canada

(File Photo) As cooling fans and air conditioners ran at full blast, sunshine and heat kicked off the first official weekend of summer in the capital region. While much of the scorching hot weather on Saturday and Sunday continued through Monday, cooler temperatures are on the way, according to Environment Canada. In an updated special […]

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Gaming

Best AIO cooler – the top liquid coolers for your CPU in 2022

The best AIO cooler is one that should make the perfect combination with some of the best gaming CPUs. Despite increases in performance-to-TDP ratios, processors can still get mighty hot these days – especially if you overclock them. If you’ve learnt how to overclock your CPU and want to put these skills to the test, you might […]

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Science

Women Often ‘Feel The Cold’ More Than Men. This Could Be Why

We all have different preferences for when it’s the right time to bring out the winter blankets. And the thermostat’s setting often forms the basis of office arguments between women and men regarding the “correct” temperature for it to be set.   Between the sexes, there are always more similarities than differences. But research does […]

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Entertainment

“Motorized Cooler Bear Run” In Yellowstone Not An Actual Event | Cowboy State Daily

**For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter*** By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily Reports that Yellowstone National Park has authorized a “bear run” to celebrate its 150th anniversary are not true. Cowboy State Daily, on Saturday, received a number of emails from readers wondering about the authenticity of an announcement which describe a […]

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Celebrities

Sky News’ Kay Burley asked for cooler studio amid ‘tricky’ menopause symptoms

“The Belfast Good Friday Agreement was a huge step-change for Northern Ireland in a positive direction. “We’re now seeing that undermined by the fact that the Northern Ireland protocol isn’t working,” the politician told Sky News. Liz had outlined her intention to bring forward legislation within weeks, overwriting parts of the post-Brexit deal, freeing goods […]

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Canada

Conserving water in Metro Vancouver still vital — even with cooler, wetter summer ahead, experts say | CBC News

Although this summer in British Columbia is forecast to be cooler and wetter compared to 2021, experts say the need to conserve Metro Vancouver’s water supply is more important than ever. While a cool, damp spring has made the recent introduction of lawn watering restrictions appear unnecessary, such measures are required to preserve the region’s water supply […]

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Science

Your View: Making urban living cleaner, cooler and greener

One of the key tools for battling climate change is preserving open space. Through outright purchase of land and development rights acquisitions, private nonprofit environmental organizations and various levels of governments set aside millions of acres over the last five decades. As of 2015 there were almost 500,000 square miles of protected areas in the […]