"Not only did we have the new implementation of our voting equipment, we had high numbers of absentee ballots," she said. "We dealt with the pandemic that we've never dealt with in our years of elections — so we overcame a lot." Georgia had the largest-ever single rollout of new voting equipment to 159 counties, delayed a spring primary because of the coronavirus and counted more than five million votes three times in the weeks after the November general election. Sosebee said this conference - the first in-person gathering since the 2020 cycle - was a chance for her colleagues to support each other after a difficult year. Georgia in particular saw intense national scrutiny, viral misinformation and threats against election workers for counting the votes from former President Donald Trump and his allies, including an infamous call to Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find" enough votes to alter the outcome in his favor. 'This Was A Scam': In Recorded Call, Trump Pushed Official To Overturn Georgia Vote Unease in the elections sphere has been a nationwide problem since last November, with a recent survey finding one in three election officials feels unsafe doing their job. Despite Raffensperger and other Republicans pushing back against false claims of fraud and misconduct, Douglas County supervisor Milton Kidd said state officials aren't doing enough to keep longtime workers from her explanation leaving. Douglas County Elections Director Milton Kidd says election officials are not doing enough to retain elections workers after a difficult 2020. Stephen Fowler/GPB hide caption Douglas County Elections Director Milton Kidd says election officials are not doing enough to retain elections workers after a difficult 2020.https://www.npr.org/2021/09/04/1034128221/2020-was-tough-but-georgia-election-officials-say-future-elections-wont-be-easie
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REUTERS/David Gray MELBOURNE, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Australia set rules on Friday for the issue of carbon credits for projects to capture and store (CCS) the pollutant, aiming to spur more such projects and help meet the nation's target to cut planet-warming emissions. The conservative government views CCS as essential to the future use of gas and coal, the country's second- and third-largest export earners, as carbon dioxide could be captured from gas fields used to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) and hydrogen and from industries, such as steel- and cement-making, that rely on coal and gas. "Our north Asian trading partners are relying on gas to reduce their emissions and provide affordable and reliable energy to power their economies," Energy Minister Angus Taylor said in a statement. CCS and hydrogen development are the two technologies the Australian government is pushing to cut emissions, while resisting international pressure to set a net zero carbon emissions target for 2050. To meet a net zero emissions target by 2050, the International Energy Agency projects the world would need to capture and store 7.6 billion tonnes a year of carbon dioxide by 2050, up from current CCS capacity of 40 million tonnes a year. Under the new rules, for each tonne of carbon emissions avoided, CCS projects will earn one Australian Carbon Credit Unit (ACCU), which can be sold by auction to the government's Emissions Reduction Fund or sold on the private market. ACCU prices hit a high of A$26 ($19) a tonne in September. However In Europe, with tougher emissions rules, carbon credits have traded above 60 euros ($69) a tonne, raising expectations ACCU prices will eventually climb and make CCS projects profitable. A number of companies, including BP Plc (BP.L) and Glencore Plc (GLEN.L) , are working on CCS projects in Australia.https://www.reuters.com/business/sustainable-business/australia-issue-credits-carbon-capture-2021-10-01/
7, 2021 Free passes for the Coshocton County Fair are available for honorably discharged veterans that reside in Coshocton County. These passes are made possible through the Blue Star Mothers Chapter OH59 and the Coshocton County Veterans Council. Passes are good for one free admission to the fair which runs Oct 1-7. Passes may be obtained from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 13- 29 at the Coshocton County Veterans Service Office. Remember to bring proof of residency and either veterans identification card or DD-214. All passes are numbered and nontransferable. The joint meeting of the Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Knox County Board of Developmental Disabilities is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 15, at Indian Bear Lodge. The zoning and building Codes meeting scheduled for Sept.https://www.coshoctontribune.com/story/news/2021/09/07/local-news-briefs-fair-passes-available-local-veterans/5753310001/