Listen: Lisa Lanzi, Julia Louis Dreyfus, Mark Twain discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Paris economic think-tank issuing a warning about the world's consumption of raw materials, the organization of economic cooperation and development projecting that by twenty sixty the amount of raw materials consumed globally each year will nearly double economists at Lisa lanzi with OECD says the increase will likely come from a growing population and better living standards, and while that is positive it. Also means one thing is climate change and CO two emissions now that will cause course climate impacts with repercussions. She says one way to mitigate that for countries, especially with the merging economies to recycle raw materials as much as possible. Mark Remillard, ABC news and award for. Connick TV actress in Washington DC, she has been acting for thirty five years. Julia Louis Dreyfus was Elaine, Benetton Seinfeld and the foul mouth vice president Selina Meyer on veep. She was honored Sunday night with the Mark Twain prize for lifetime achievement in comedy. The fifty seven year old actress got a stream of testimonials from celebrities. Dreyfuss accepted the award with an extended comedic and a few shots at new supreme court Justice bread cavenaugh the show airs next month on PBS, Dave Schreiber, ABC news Prince, Harry and the former Megan Markle now duchess of Sussex have scaled back their tour of Australia and the South Pacific the four month pregnant duchess taking it easier while the prince attended events focusing on environmental issues there on day seven of this trip."