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First international yacht exhibition opens in HCM City

  An yacht at The Nautical Show which opens in HCM City on Friday. — VNS Photo by Thu Ngân HCM CITY — The first international yacht exhibition, known as The Nautical Show, debuted in HCM City on Friday, featuring yachts from several global brands.  Organised by Tam Sơn Yachting, the three-day exhibition follows the blueprint of prestigious …

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Japanese Seafood Culture: How to Fillet a Horse Mackerel

Japan boasts a distinct food culture, especially when it comes to seafood. Cuisine like sushi has become world renowned, but there is so much more to enjoy. Step into Japan’s long history of sustainable seafood culture with this tutorial on how to fillet aji, or horse mackerel, Japanese style. Aji (horse mackerel) Position the fish with the head on the …

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These Are All The States That Could Ban Gas Cars In 2035

Stinky tailpipes may be a thing of the past in these states. Photo: Marijan Murat/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images (AP) Time is running out for gas-powered cars as lawmakers around the world implement new measures to outlaw their sale in the coming years. This week, New Jersey joined the long list of American states that have announced such laws, with a ban on …

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Just 12 Billionaires Produce More Emissions Than 2 Million Average Homes

Bill Gates speaks at a climate summit, in a talk presumably titled Do As I Say, Not As I DoPhoto: Bennett Raglin (Getty Images) Billionaires love the planet. They have to, right? They spend so much money on developing green tech and combatting climate change, it all must mean something to them. They’re in it for the good of humanity, …

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EVs Get Easier Fix Thanks To Feature Gas Cars Had For Decades

California is proposing regulation mandating an industry standard diagnostic system for EVs. The standardized system is set to debut in 2026 in the Golden State but could usher in the creation of something like OBD-II for EVs, which is currently lacking. EVs have some diagnostic capability now, but they are not subject to an industry standard for OBD. They all …

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Texas oyster season is off to a bad start — again

Sign up for The Brief, The Texas Tribune’s daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. TEXAS CITY — The dreary, gray weather on Monday matched oysterman Johny Jurisich’s mood. This time of year, when workers prepare boats ahead of the Nov. 1 start to Texas’ oyster season, used to feel exciting. Now, it …

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Bombardier’s third-quarter results surpass estimates on strong private jet demand

Open this photo in gallery: A Bombardier office in Zurich, Switzerland, on Feb. 28, 2019.ARND WIEGMANN/Reuters Canada’s Bombardier BBD-B-T reported third-quarter results on Thursday that beat analysts’ estimates, helped by robust demand for pricier business jets and strength in its aftermarket business. Demand for corporate jet makers is holding strong after the industry witnessed unprecedented orders during the pandemic when …

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This year, the Man did not Burn at Burning Man — but people took notice of the event’s environmental impacts | Columns & Letters | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander

click to enlarge Duncan Rawlinson/CC BY-NC 2.0 DEED photo Burning Man’s “city” emits nearly 100,000 tons of carbon every year. In September, about 70,000 people gathered on a dry lakebed, or playa, in northwestern Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the annual Burning Man festival. The environmental consequences of the event have long been a point of debate, and this year …

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