One of the big problems is that renewable energy costs more than coal. While we don’t have to pay for the sun, or the wind, the technology to capture these types of renewable energy can be pricey. So that would mean price rises for all of us if we moved away from coal.
These pretty insects do have a somewhat unattractive habit they like to feed on roadkill. I once found a big male happily feeding on a very dead possum on a lonely West Virginia forest road. Not the most appealing setting for such a pretty insect, but that’s Nature for you..
Albers is Chief Executive Officer of United States Bakery, a bakery with operations in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, and California. Mr. Albers, who has been in his current position since June 1985, joined United States Bakery as general manager of Franz Bakery in 1975.
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At the same time people are looking at where business going from here on.Shaw noted that global future orders an indicator of demand when adjusted on a constant currency basis fell 2 percent, slightly below the 1 percent to 2 percent rise that most analysts had been expecting.Demonstrating that the shoe giant is not immune to a worsening global consumer environment that has seen shoppers cut back on purchases, revenue fell 2 percent to $4.44 billion, just shy of the $4.48 billion expected by Wall Street.DOWN ACROSS THE BOARD Revenue rose 3 percent in the United States as footwear sales offset declining apparel demand. But turnover fell 14 percent in a region encompassing Europe, and 5 percent in the overall Americas.The only international region that saw growth was Asia, with an 8 percent revenue rise.Revenue from non Nike brands, which include Cole Haan and Converse, rose 1 percent.Nike warned in February it could cut up to 4 percent of worldwide jobs as part of an ongoing effort to streamline its business. That review is scheduled to end May 31.Gross margins fell in the quarter due to higher product costs and markdowns to clear inventories, but selling and administrative costs came down in the quarter as part of the company push to trim expenses.Nike shares, which are down 10 percent this year, fell 4.7 percent in extended trade after closing on Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange at $45.92, up 1 percent.