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Amy Nguyen One critical factor is to stimulate the research agenda in the hope of amplifying the voices of the marginalised as well as speaking directly to vulnerable communities on the ground.  This could help inform a bottom-up approach that guides successful intervention strategies. The Carbon Brief study puts forward that the climate research community must broaden its horizons to include new experts and encourage a diverse range of perspectives. A means to do so is through healthy research collaborations of academic institutions between the global north and south. Tandon adds nuance to this stating “Colleagues from developing countries must be treated as equals, and there needs to be a focus on building capacity in developing countries rather than simply extracting resources and leaving.” Lack of diversity in climate research mirrored in country representation at COP26 The inequitable nature of the academic community extends beyond research and into key climate discussions. COP26, to be hosted in November, has come under fire for the lack of diversity in attendees. So much so that in September, over 1500 NGOS called on the negotiations to be delayed as nations in the global south struggle with the roll out of their vaccination schemes and to travel to Scotland in line with host country regulations. Whilst the tangible and accelerating effects of runaway climate change become visible in everyday life across the globe, delaying the conference for another year would be a controversial decision.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/amynguyen/2021/10/15/women-and-global-south-underrepresented-in-climate-science/

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Injustice Watch hosted a virtual town hall with public officials Wednesday night to discuss the massive criminal justice reform bill passed earlier this year by the Illinois legislature — and the road ahead for criminal justice reform in Illinois. The event featured Illinois State Sen. Robert Peters, D-Chicago, and Cook County Public Defender Sharone Mitchell Jr., who were instrumental in the passage of the Illinois Safety, Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today Act, which Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law in February. The SAFE-T Act ends the use of cash bail, puts stricter limits on police use of force, and allows judges to override sentencing minimums in some cases, among many other provisions. Investigations that expose, influence and inform. Emailed directly to you. The town hall was moderated by Injustice Watch Editor-in-Chief Adeshina Emmanuel and Executive Director Juliet Sorensen, who asked questions submitted by community organizations ahead of time and attendees at the event.

https://www.injusticewatch.org/news/2021/criminal-justice-reform-town-hall/

The median sales price in Manhattan in the last three months was $1,115,000, up 1.4 percent from the same period last year, and up 8.8 percent from the same time two years ago, Mr. Miller said. One-bedroom co-ops and condos, which make up the largest share of sales, sold for a median $800,000, up 3.6 percent from a year ago. Competition is once again tightening. In the resale market, sellers cut an average 2.6 percent off their last asking price, the smallest discount in almost four years, according to Brown Harris Stevens. Bidding wars are also returning, and the share of all-cash buyers, after falling to a seven-year low of 39.3 percent at the start of the year, is up to 48.6 percent of all sales, in line with the longtime average, Mr. Miller said. But the market is far from fully recovered. There were 7,694 active listings in Manhattan, about 17 percent more than the 10-year average for the third quarter, Mr.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/05/realestate/new-york-real-estate-sales.html

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On Tuesday, October 5, members of the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team executed a search warrant at a large scale illicit marijuana growing operation in the 9000 block of Days Creek Cutoff Road in Canyonville. The activity was being conducted on two parcels of historical farmland along the South Umpqua River just a few miles east of Canyonville.  There were two residences involved along with numerous outbuildings, RV's and barns. The operation consisted of more than 100 “hoop house” style greenhouses, most of which were full of illegal marijuana. Police officers contacted and interviewed numerous individuals at the scene, most of which were low level immigrant workers who were released.  31 year old Carlos Flores Santacruz, who lives at the site, was arrested and lodged at the Douglas County Jail on charges of unlawful possession and unlawful manufacture of marijuana.     In total, DINT seized over 66,000 live marijuana plants, and over 11,000 pounds of processed marijuana.   Approximately two weeks ago in a related investigation, DINT seized over 56,000 live marijuana plants at a nearby location in the 4,000 block of Tiller Trail Highway. The two locations are similar in nature and operated by the same individuals. The investigation is ongoing and further arrests are anticipated. This operation, like many others in southern Oregon, was designed to look like a legal hemp cultivation business since it is difficult to distinguish between legal hemp and illegal marijuana.  Black market marijuana producers regularly hide behind the legal hemp market as camouflage for their illicit activity.  Hemp producers are required to be permitted, and are regulated by the Oregon Department of Agriculture.  None of the locations had legitimate hemp permits through the ODA.  Marijuana can also be legally grown in Douglas County through the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program. OMMP permit holders are allowed to grow small amounts of marijuana for personal use, based on medical need.  There were no OMMP permits for these sites.

https://theworldlink.com/news/local/marijuana-operation-busted-in-douglas-county/article_c366357c-2d18-11ec-a2d1-b3fd2db8aa51.html