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A day after a historic biodiversity agreement was reached, countries now face pressure to deliver on the promises.
Negotiators reached a historic deal at a U.N. biodiversity conference early Monday that would represent the most significant effort to protect the world's lands and oceans and provide critical financing to save biodiversity in the developing world.
Negotiators at a United Nations biodiversity conference Saturday have still not resolved most of the key issues around protecting the world's nature by 2030 and providing tens of billions of dollars to developing countries to fund those efforts.
Homelessness is expected to be up when the federal government releases results from an annual count in coming months, the first full tally since the coronavirus pandemic began.
The parks, which for decades were mostly owned and operated like small businesses, have proven an attractive investment for private equity firms and large real estate companies.
Sales of previously occupied homes have fallen for five straight months, during what is generally the busiest time of year in real estate.
The Senate Banking Committee explored the state of housing in the United States in a hearing Thursday, as rising mortgage rates, low inventory and high home and rental prices squeeze consumers.
The U.S. Treasury Department has concluded that more than 80% of the billions of dollars in federal rental assistance during the pandemic went to low-income tenants.
The federal ban, along with a mix of state and federal moratoriums, is credited with keeping millions of Americans in their homes during the pandemic and preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
The Treasury Department says several states and cities have exhausted their federal rental assistance in a sign that spending on a program aimed at averting evictions has picked up speed.
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