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Why are Indians consuming less calories?

In a research published in the November 2017 issue of The Economic Journal, researchers Josephine Duh and Dean Spears have tried to unpack India’s Calorie Paradox… 743 more words

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Bromance of Lencho Lata and Abadula Gemeda: Tell me this is not historic.

an establishment that doesn’t remain an establishment), organization, movement, never a stagnant dogma.

If it is a dogma, it is a dogma in a sense that it isn’t.

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New state forest camping rules adjust fees, honor veterans

Also limit stay duration, test reservations.

Recent rule changes adopted by the Oregon Board of Forestry adjust camping fees in state forests, provide additional benefits to qualifying military veterans and active duty service members, revise overnight stay limits on state forests and initiate a pilot campsite reservation program at a Clatsop State Forest campground, the agency said Monday. 11 more words

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Judge orders Eagle Creek fire starter to pay over $36M, acknowledges teen can’t pay full sum

A judge has ordered a teen who admitted to starting a fire that swept through the Columbia River Gorge last year to pay over $36 million but acknowledges the teen can’t pay the sum in full. 20 more words

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Oregon trees are showered with beetles instead of rain

Recent drought causes weak trees that are more susceptible to attacks from bark beetles.

It rains a lot here, but lately it’s not enough to meet the needs of thirsty trees. 13 more words

Portland Tribune

Oregon's economic vitality relies on forest industries | Opinion

Oregon’s economic diversity is a strength worth celebrating — perhaps nowhere more so than in Lane County, where we find such thriving sectors as travel and tourism, higher education, high-tech and natural resources.Unfortunately, Ed Whitelaw and Winston Hovekamp, authors of a May 11 guest column, fail to recognize that the natural resources sector remains one of the state’s core economic strengths and see a need to throw forestry, and the commodity commission that represents it, 9 more words

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