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film and TV productions Posted: Oct 01, 2021 5:28 PM ET | Last Updated: October 1 The International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is taking a harder line in contract talks with film and TV producers on quality-of-life issues for production crews by asking for a strike mandate. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) More than 60,000 people who work behind the scenes on U.S. film and television began casting ballots on Friday on whether to give their union a strike mandate, which could lead to a mass walkout and Hollywood's biggest disruption to production since the 1940s. The vote was announced after months of talks broke down between the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) over two agreements covering U.S. film and television productions.  The union has been negotiating for better quality-of-life conditions — longer breaks during a workday, shift turnaround provisions and assurances that members won't have to work so many consecutive hours on set that they become exhausted. Messages from union members, writing anonymously, have been pouring in via social media, describing onerous working conditions. "I was the prop master on a big budget network show.

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The Wurrmbu Creek flowing through the Daintree Rainforest in northeastern Australia. Daintree Forest in Australia Is Returned to Indigenous Owners The rainforest is among nearly 400,000 acres of land in northeast Australia that were handed back on Wednesday to Aboriginal people who have lived in the region for thousands of years. The Daintree Rainforest in Australia — a world-famous travel destination and, at an estimated 180 million years old, one of the world’s oldest forests — was one of four national parks returned to their traditional owners on Wednesday under an agreement signed with the Queensland state government. Nearly 400,000 acres of land in northeast Australia, consisting of dense forests, sprawling mountain ranges and white sand beaches, was handed back to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people, believed to have lived in the area for more than 50,000 years. “The Eastern Kuku Yalanji people’s culture is one of the world’s oldest living cultures and this agreement recognizes their right to own and manage their country, to protect their culture and to share it with visitors as they become leaders in the tourism industry,” Meaghan Scanlon, the Queensland environment minister, said in a statement . In addition to Daintree, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Ngalba-bulal, Kalkajaka and the Hope Islands National Parks will be managed together by the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people and Queensland government. The government said in a statement that the parks would “eventually be solely and wholly managed by the Eastern Kuku Yalanji” people. As the government handed the land over, Ms.

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The website does not include which peer institutions the university looked at. Comparisons can be helpful, Lazaroff said, but the stipend questions are more about livelihood and fair compensation than what another university pays. While there might be amounts the union will agree to for this contract, the union will continue to fight for better future contracts, Addemir said.  Members of the ISU Graduate Workers Union hold a banner at the State of the University Address on Tuesday, Sept. 21. The union has more actions, including a picket, planned for next week, while it is holding a strike vote.  The stipends should only be compared to other schools with graduate workers unions, Lazaroff said, including the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, University of Illinois Chicago and Rutgers University.  Public labor contracts show  Rutgers provides graduate workers with year-round compensation, while nine months is the norm for most universities. There is also a $33,999 minimum salary for the 2021-22 school year. UIUC has a minimum salary  for half-time employment of $19,300. UIC is in negotiations. District 87 approves new teacher's contract The union membership will have a chance next week to provide their input on the university’s last proposal. Voting begins Monday and will run through Oct.

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Nature has this wonderful way of designing the whole ecosystem in the most efficient way as possible and humans do the same type of thing.” Then, as a manufacturing company gets up and running, Holycross said it becomes about how from an air, water, waste and energy standpoint it can be optimized most efficiently — ideally, with the lowest emissions possible. “One of the neat things about Kentucky and Tennessee and the Midwest is that there are a lot of renewable energy that is available,” he said. “That is one of the things that attracted us to this area is the potential to use an abundant amount of renewable energy for electricity that will power the plant.” When it comes to the waste that can be generated from manufacturing processes, Holycross said one of Ford’s longstanding goals is to have what they call “zero waste to landfill.” “Any waste that comes from the plant is either recycled or url reused but not otherwise transferred into landfills,” he said. According to Holycross, the environmental studies combined with all the engineering analyses for the ultimate construction of the facilities have to come together before they keep progressing. “The idea is to get started on the overall process sooner rather than later,” he said, estimating the environmental assessment could take place over the next several months. “We’re just so excited. This is not just about building a new plant. It’s really about the long-term future of transportation in this country. These battery plants are going to be building batteries for zero emissions vehicles.

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