Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission will host a one-day conference in Chicago on June 15, 2016, on how companies can secure their products, services, and networks. The event will focus on guidance for startups and other small and medium-sized businesses about how to make security considerations a part of their companies’ culture.
Washington, DC - Today, we’re turning the table on some healthcare professionals. Don’t worry. We’re not asking an anesthesiologist to count back from ten, or even telling an ENT to say “ah.” We’re offering an eye exam for eye doctors:
Washington, DC - Today, Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues Cathy Russell travels to Los Angeles to speak at a public forum, hosted by the University of Southern California Center for Public Diplomacy, honoring the 2016 recipients of the Secretary’s International Women of Courage Award.
Washington, DC - According to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), just twelve crops provide 75 percent of the world’s food. Three of these crops, rice, maize, and wheat contribute to nearly 60 percent of the protein and calories obtained by humans from plants. Since the beginning of the 20th century, some 75 percent of plant genetic diversity has been lost.
Ecosystem Restoration Projects Generate Jobs and Business Activity in Local, Regional, and National Economies
Fort Collins, Colorado - From restoring the sagebrush sea to rejuvenating watersheds and landscapes after fires, ecosystem restoration can bear substantial economic fruit for local, state and national economies, according to a USGS study published today.
Imperial, California - El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents rescued two distressed male Mexican citizens who were lost in the desert northwest of Imperial after they illegally entered into the United States on Tuesday.