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The Great Reboot · June 17, 2021 · 5:13 PM UTCStung by pandemic and JBS cyberattack, U.S. ranchers build new beef plants
U.S. cattle ranchers and investors are sinking hundreds of millions of dollars into new beef plants after temporary closures of massive slaughterhouses at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic left farmers with nowhere to send animals destined to be turned into meat.
Sustainable Business · June 17, 2021 · 10:22 PM UTCNew Maine law marks U.S. first on fossil fuel divestment
With their governor's signature making it law, Maine legislators have become the first in the United States to order state officials to sell fossil fuel assets.