San Antonio’s annual World Heritage festival launched Tuesday despite the pandemic with a series of in-person and virtual activities through Sunday to celebrate the city’s five historic mission sites.
A year before COP26, new report from Energy Transitions Commission highlights actions required by 2030 to achieve zero-carbon economy by mid-century
LONDON, Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A coalition of 45 leaders from global energy producers, energy-intensive industries, financial institutions and environmental advocates – including ArcelorMittal, Bank of America, BP, Development Research Center of the State Council of China, EBRD, HSBC, Iberdrola, Ørsted, Shell, Sinopec Capital, Tata Group, Volvo Group and the World Resources Institute among others – argues in this report that the world can and must achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century, and that in the long term “zero must mean zero”, with no permanent rather than transitional reliance on negative emissions to balance continued large-scale emissions from the energy system and industry. It also lays out steps needed in the next decade to achieve that objective.
In its new report Making Mission
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AI in Transportation Market Research Report by Offerings (Hardware, Software), IoT communication Technologies (LTE, 5G, and LPWAN), Machine learning technology (Deep learning, Computer vision, Natural language processing, and Others), Application (Autonomous truck, Semi-autonomous trucks, Truck platooning, and Others), and Region-Global Forecast to 2023
Market Research Future (MRFR)’s latest report projects that the global AI in transportation market is poised to expand at 18.03% CAGR during the forecast period 2017 to 2023. The valuation of the market is prognosticated to witness a growth of USD 1.87 Bn from 2017 to 2023-end. AI is the next big technological innovation which is forecasted to revolutionize the transportation industry. The adoption of AI in transportation is predicted to enhance driver and vehicle safety. This is likely to drive the growth of the market in
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — When Corey Miller and his wife, Jackie, decided to move from Florida two years ago, East Tennessee was a natural destination.
“Well, we always vacationed here as a kid,” Corey said. “I just kept saying I was going to end up here one day and we decided to make a move and here we are.”
Jackie embraced the move.
“We packed up a 28-foot Penske truck, two trailers, two kids and a Great Dane and made our trek. And we don’t regret a single second of it,” she said.
They are building a new life here in Sevierville and building a new business.
They opened Miller Performance and Restoration in April during a pandemic.
“Our faith has a lot to do with it too, you know, I mean it. It was really scary to try to find a building and then it’s like once you get the