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. Dina Dramaretskaya shares her insights from the European Refining Technology Conference on how the energy transition and need to decarbonise is changing the refining industry.As Ontario reached the two-year mark of the pandemic earlier this year, it secured another grim milestone: the province’s surgical backlog had pushed past a million procedures.

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Here are Paste’s picks for the best movies of 2022. A leap of faith that paid off — it would be a crime against our children and our grandchildren not to continue and enhance this relationship. For women around the globe, the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic brought more health challenges than the first.

America has been sold a lucrative myth. The largest study on the mental health and well-being of college students in Scotland has revealed more than one-third (37%) experienced food insecurity in the previous 12 months, according to the report published by the Mental Health Foundation today. .

Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial health ministers claim they agree the country’s health system is facing a crisis, yet even that failed to light enough of a fire under them to reach a deal to make things better. . In his first State of the Union, the President spoke directly to the American people about his vision to build a better America. He reminded the country.

. National testing data released this morning reveals severe damage inflicted on student math and reading performance, reaffirming COVID-19’s ongoing educational toll. Even as some states have shown evidence of academic recovery this year, federal officials cautioned that learning lost to the pandemic will not be easily restored. Eighth-grade math scores on the National Assessment of. . .

. . National sovereignty is here to stay, but a new worldview grounded in ecological realism could help close the distance between the political and natural worlds.

. . Critics of school closures undermine the two groups who could do the most to help students recover—parents and teachers.