7 Cryptos That Are on Red Alert As China’s Ban Shifts the Paradigm

InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Over the last several days, the biggest ripple in the cryptocurrency sphere has been China’s move to officially make blockchain-derived digital assets illegal. Naturally, both major cryptos and alternative coins and tokens have suffered choppy and volatile trading, leading manyContinue Reading

Red Hat Joins OS-Climate, Lends Open Source Leadership to Financial Services Industry Effort to Address Climate Change

RALEIGH, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that it has joined OS-Climate (OS-C), a Linux Foundation-backed open source project that intends to build the breakthrough technology and data platforms needed to more fully integrate the impacts of climate change in global financialContinue Reading

Red Tide is further offshore. Thank the wind and sea currents.

MADEIRA BEACH — Late last week, Mayor John Hendricks felt encouraged but still nervous for his small beachfront city. Conditions on the shore had improved. There weren’t so many dead fish everywhere. But Red Tide, the toxic algae bloom that has darkened Tampa Bay’s summer, still lurked a few milesContinue Reading

Keep Environmental Red Tape Out of Outer Space

The American space industry is booming. This explosive growth has been fueled by advances in technology and innovative thinking from the private sector,REF spurred by the Trump Administration’s focus on easing regulatory burdens.REF So far, even if the Biden Administration may emphasize different priorities, it appears to be inclined toContinue Reading

Environmentalists urge DeSantis to declare Red Tide emergency

PALMETTO — Decades of progress cleaning up Tampa Bay could disappear in a couple of years without vigilance, two top estuary management officials warned Friday, as a toxic Red Tide bloom torments the region. They held up the Indian River Lagoon on Florida’s East Coast as an example. The lossContinue Reading

Environmentalists urge DeSantis to declare Red Tide emergency

ST. PETERSBURG — More than two dozen environmental organizations joined calls for Gov. Ron DeSantis to declare a state of emergency for the Tampa Bay area as Red Tide continues to leave dead fish along the coast and disrupt business across the region. An executive order would help organize andContinue Reading