local change

local change

[′lō·kəl ′chānj]
(oceanography)
The time rate of change of a scalar quantity (such as temperature, salinity, pressure, or oxygen content) in a fixed locality.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Motivations to try, buy or stay local change depending on the individual making the choice.
In addition to the county-level data, the rankings also features What Works for Health, a database of more than 400 evidence-informed strategies to support local change makers as they take steps toward expanding opportunities.
The grant is part of StriveTogether's Cradle to Career Community Challenge, which seeks to create local change to enable economic mobility.
"We're teaching teens that we all have the capacity to create local change and carry on the legacy of giving back -- a hallmark of our region."
The report includes recommendations for decision-makers on how to tackle climate action and public health issues at the same time, including: policies aimed at reducing carbon emissions and air pollution; the mobilisation of mayors to effect local change; investment in 'climate-smart' health facilities; and the leveraging of the health community as powerful public advocates for climate action.
"Our city is part of the Local Change Action Plan for climate change resiliency, together with the National Resilience Council.
We need to create a huge wave of local change that reaches those in power at the Vatican.
Surprisingly, this local change has the potential to have a longstanding impact on how OEMs and dealers sell cars to women globally, simply because so many dealers will have to face a significant jump in demand from one specific group of customers.
The Government mixed messages on the green belt has to be another reason for the local change of view.
The government's mixed messages on the green belt has to be another reason for the local change of view.
"As the building materials industry leader, LafargeHolcim has a responsibility, the scale and the geographic footprint to enable widespread, positive, global and local change in construction."

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