By Josh Brodesky Updated 11:08 pm CDT, Saturday, May 4, 2019 City of San Antonio Solid Waste Management Department employee Henry Flores sets up recycling and trash bins along Broadway Thursday April 24, 2014. City of San Antonio Solid Waste Management Department employee Henry Flores sets up recycling and trash bins along Broadway Thursday April 24, 2014. Photo: San Antonio Express-News Photo: San Antonio Express-News Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 City of San Antonio Solid Waste Management Department employee Henry Flores sets up recycling and trash bins along Broadway Thursday April 24, 2014. City of San Antonio Solid Waste Management Department employee Henry Flores sets up recycling and trash bins along Broadway Thursday April 24, 2014. … [Read more...] about Why is it so hard to fix Bexar’s trash problems?
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As the petition to release Iceland's TV Christmas advert tops a million signatures, we look at why palm oil is so controversial. Last week, it was announced the supermarket's main Christmas advert would not make it to air.The Greenpeace-made advert chronicles the plight of the critically endangered orangutan, whose habitat is being destroyed by the production of palm oil.It was blocked by Clearcast - the body responsible for clearing ads before broadcast - for being too political.Clearcast says on its website: "An advertisement contravenes the prohibition on political advertising if it is:"An advertisement which is inserted by or on behalf of a body whose objects are wholly or mainly of a political nature."Voiced by actress Emma Thompson, the animated short film talks about the destruction of the rainforest.Earlier this year, Iceland committed to remove palm oil from all its own-brand foods by the end of 2018.Claire Bass, UK executive director of Humane Society International, told Sky … [Read more...] about What is palm oil and why is it damaging?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper U.S. | Voters Widely Support Public Schools. So Why Is It So Hard to Pay for Them? Supported by ByDana Goldstein Nov. 14, 2018 If it were going to happen any year, it should have been this one. After a wave of teacher walkouts fired up people on both sides of the party line, the time seemed ripe for big investments in public schools. In reality, the results for school funding after the midterm elections last week were mixed, and illustrate a paradox in how Americans view education. Polls showed that the public supported the picketing teachers across the country who protested low pay and classroom funding. And a diverse group of candidates, Democratic and Republican, were elected after casting themselves as education champions. But many voters, particularly in conservative and swing states, were unwilling to open … [Read more...] about Voters Widely Support Public Schools. So Why Is It So Hard to Pay for Them?