As many as 89,000 households have left San Francisco since March, the latest sign of an exodus spurred by the pandemic



a group of people standing on top of a mountain: San Francisco. JOSH EDELSON / Contributor/Getty Images


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San Francisco. JOSH EDELSON / Contributor/Getty Images

  • As many as 89,000 households have left San Francisco since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, according to San Francisco-based site Public Comment.
  • Public Comment worked with the United States Postal Service to track requests for a change of address between March 1 and November 1, 2020.
  • The data showed that 124,131 households requested a change of address during that period with at least 34,803 of those requests for moves to a different neighborhood within San Francisco. 
  • That means as many as 89,328 households left the city altogether. Those who left relocated to Las Vegas, Florida, the Denver region, and a city near Portland, Oregon, according to Public Comment. 
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As many as 89,000 households have moved out of San Francisco since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Food and Beverage Disinfection Market Growth Spurred by Spike in Demand for Clean-Label Foods: Future Market Insights

Key players are entering non-traditional markets across Latin America & Middle East, due to increasing cases of food-ingested infections, therefore extending expansion prospects.

DUBAI, UAE / ACCESSWIRE / November 26, 2020 / Future Market Insights: According to a recent study published by FMI, the global food & beverage disinfection market is projected to record a moderate to steady growth pace over the forecast period 2020-2030. The key aspect driving the market growth is increasing concern for offering clean label foods particularly amid the possibility of the COVID-19 virus transmission via unclean food packets.

“Governments across nations have reinforced legal restrictions concerning food distribution and processing to ascertain that proper edible and quality food is available to all sections of the society. This has prompted widening of market scope for food and beverage disinfectants.” comments the FMI analyst.

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Policy, not tech, spurred Danish dominance in wind energy — ScienceDaily

In emerging renewable energy industries, are producers’ decisions to shut down or upgrade aging equipment influenced more by technology improvements or government policies?

It’s an important long-term question for policymakers seeking to increase renewable electricity production, cost-effectiveness and efficiency with limited budgets, says C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell, associate professor in the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University.

In a new study focused on Denmark, a global leader in wind energy — a relatively mature and low-cost renewable technology — Lin Lawell found that government policies have been the primary driver of that industry’s growth and development.

“Technological progress alone wouldn’t have led to that widespread development of wind energy in Denmark,” said Lin Lawell, the Robert Dyson Sesquicentennial Chair in Environmental, Energy and Resource Economics. “Well-designed policy may be an important contributor for nascent industries like renewables, which need to develop technology and which

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