Monday, November 6, 2017

November 6 News Update

How Shanghai would look with a rise of just 2C: the UN
        warned this week of a potential 3C scenario.
From Miami to Shanghai: 3C warming will leave world cities below sea level
The cities that will be drowned by global warming
'There is no convincing alternative explanation'
Slightly warmer temperatures caused Atlantic superstorms
In Antarctica, Two Crucial Glaciers Accelerate Toward the Sea *
A ‘Maritime Forest’ Where Sandy’s Waters Rose *
How Monsanto Captured the EPA
The New AFL-CIO Stand on Climate Change
National Weather Service May Be 'On The Brink Of Failure'

France's Macron targets apprentices in labor market shake-up
Nordic-Style Designs Sit at Heart of French Labor Plan *

Who Does Benefit From the Tax Cut Anyway? *
‘Major, Major’ Tax Cut May Not Be in Store for Middle Class *
Tax Cuts: Its All About Capitalism

Following a rally in Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza Park, hundreds
        of union members march across the Brooklyn Bridge in support of
        IBEW Local 3 (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers),
        September 18, 2017 in New York City. More than 1800 members of
        IBEW Local 3 are entering their sixth month of a strike in a
        contract dispute with Charter Communications/Spectrum.
Seven months long, 1,800 out … epic strike mirrors US unions' fight to survive

Wide impact seen from UAW vote at Fuyao
D.C. Circuit to take up Volkswagen's challenge to 'micro union'
News workers unionized. Days later, they were jobless.
World's witnessing a new Gilded Age as billionaires’ wealth swells to $6tn
November Labor Briefing
Maglev developers ink deal to use union workers for project construction
Teamsters hold public picket against CSX future health benefits
Oregon nurses aid in Puerto Rico recovery
After 41 Years, The Teamsters Reform Movement Is Finally Building Power
Zionism, anti-semitism, and the Balfour Declaration

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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