G20 ministers reach agreement on most, but not all, climate issues
The final meeting of climate and environment ministers from the world’s largest economies ended without an agreement or joint statement Friday despite pleas from leading figures for nations to show a united front on climate change as weather records shatter across the globe.
TEA Takeover: Tensions rise at first community meeting as congresswoman addresses crowd, questions go unanswered
The Texas Education Agency is hosting its first of four community meetings Tuesday night, nearly a week after the state announced it would move forward with a takeover of its largest school district.
Public Utility Commission of Texas holds open meeting addressing top-of-mind topics like water and electricity
The Public Utility Commission of Texas, or P.U.C., held a meeting Wednesday with a number of items on their agenda pertaining to the failure of the Texas Power Grid. However, before the meeting kicked off, P.U.C. Commissioner Arthur C. D’Andrea stated the agency’s commitment to serving Texas. Agenda Item 16 stated they would discuss the investigation into the winter storm fiasco. However, no details of any investigation were revealed, although, officials did discuss the plausibility of an audit of energy used and prices paid by consumers.
‘I am not a cat’: Remember the best meme of 2021 with T-shirts and other merch
The famous Zoom meeting with a Texas judge and a lawyer who seemingly had a filter of a cat went viral the moment it happened, and now fans can remember it with merchandise. Fans who loved the “pawfect” meme can now show it off in T-shirts, mugs, and even pillows for your home. We searched for the best on the Internet. You can view them below:Founded on Bonfire, you can wear it loud and proud that you are indeed, not a cat. 'I am not a cat' T-shirt (Bonfire)'Advocat' Mug (Redbubble)'Can you hear me Judge' T-Shirt (Redbubble)Call Cat Lawyer T-shirt (Etsy)
Here are ways to combat pandemic virtual meeting fatigue
If you’re working from home these days, you may find yourself in a lot more virtual meetings – which can be exhausting. “When you go from meeting, to meeting, to meeting, you don’t have a break in between, said Jane Pernotto-Ehrman, a behavioral health specialist with Cleveland Clinic. She said meeting virtually can be tough for some people to get used to. Meeting attendees no longer have that same kind of human interaction and may not be getting as many breaks as before. During this difficult time, she said, we all need to have compassion – and a sense of humor doesn’t hurt either.