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The Report



The World Happiness Report was written by a group of independent experts acting in their personal capacities. Any views expressed in this report do not necessarily reflect the views of any organization, agency or program of the United Nations.




The Report


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The report finds that only an urgent system-wide transformation can deliver the enormous cuts needed to limit greenhouse gas emissions by 2030: 45 per cent compared with projections based on policies currently in place to get on track to 1.5C and 30 per cent for 2C. This report provides an in-depth exploration of how to deliver this transformation, looking at the required actions in the electricity supply, industry, transport and buildings sectors, and the food and financial systems.


In Power BI Desktop and in the Power BI service, the report editor is where you design the reports your consumers see, with charts, tables, maps, and other visuals. It's similar in the two environments. Typically you start creating a report in Power BI Desktop. Then you publish it to the Power BI service, where you can continue modifying it. The Power BI service is also where you create the dashboards based on your reports.


After you create your dashboards and reports, you distribute them to your report consumers. Depending on how you share the reports, your end users can interact with them in Reading view in the Power BI service, but not edit them. Read more about what report consumers can do in the Power BI service.


In the Power BI service, the report editor is only available in Editing View. To open a report in Editing view, you must be a report owner or creator, or have at least a Contributor role in the workspace that houses the report.


The ribbon is the only part of the report editor that's not the same in Power BI Desktop and the Power BI service. The actions available from the ribbon vary, depending on what you have selected on the canvas. New actions are being added all the time. For information about a particular action, use the Power BI documentation table of contents, or the Search box.


The report canvas is where your work displays. When you use the Fields, Filters, and Visualizations panes to create visuals, the visuals are built and displayed on your report canvas. Each tab at the bottom of the canvas represents a page in the report. Select a tab to open that page.


Three panes are visible when you first open a report: Filters, Visualizations, and Fields. The first two panes, Filters and Visualizations, control what your visualizations look like: type, colors, filtering, and formatting. The last pane, Fields, manages the underlying data being used in the visualizations. The content displayed in the report editor varies by selections you make in the report canvas.


Use the Filters pane to view, set, and modify persistent filters to your reports at the page, report, drillthrough, and visual-level. Yes, you can do ad-hoc filtering on report pages and visuals by selecting elements of the visuals or by using tools like slicers. Filtering in the Filters pane has the advantage that the state of the filters is saved with the report.


The Filters pane has another powerful feature: you can filter using a field that isn't already in one of the visuals in your report. When you create a visualization, Power BI automatically adds all the fields in the visualization to the visual-level filters area of the Filters pane. If you want to set a visual, page, drillthrough, or report filter using a field that isn't in the visualization, drag it to one of the Filter's buckets.


Power BI uses many different icons to indicate the types of fields in a report. When you recognize them, you understand better how they act in different visuals. For a complete list, see the Field list section of Use the Field list in Power BI Desktop.


The technical report is the latest product of the Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flood Hazard and Tools Interagency Task Force. Twenty-three co-authors contributed to the development of the report, representing senior scientists and experts from academic institutions and the following agencies:


These Summary Findings represent a high-level synthesis of the material in the underlying report. The findings consolidate Key Messages and supporting evidence from 16 national-level topic chapters, 10 regional chapters, and 2 chapters that focus on societal response strategies (mitigation and adaptation). Unless otherwise noted, qualitative statements regarding future conditions in these Summary Findings are broadly applicable across the range of different levels of future climate change and associated impacts considered in this report.


The scope of CO2 emissions in this report includes emissions from all uses of fossil fuels for energy purposes, including the combustion of non-renewable waste, as well as emissions from industrial processes such as cement, iron and steel, and chemicals production. Estimates of industrial process emissions draw upon the latest production data for iron and steel, clinker for cement, aluminium, and chemicals. CO2 emissions from the combustion of flared gases are also included in estimates of global energy-related greenhouse gas emissions.


All subsequent mentions of CO2 emissions refer to CO2 emissions from energy combustion and industrial processes, unless otherwise specified. Further details about methodology are at the end of the report.


In contrast, communities in the northern Bering and southern Chukchi Sea region reported higher-than-expected seabird die-offs for the sixth consecutive year. Tracking the duration, geographic extent, and magnitude of seabird bird die-offs across Alaska's expansive and remote coastline is only possible through well-coordinated communication and a dedicated network of Tribal, State, and Federal partners.


Messages that your Microsoft 365 email account marks as junk are automatically moved to your Junk Email folder. However, spammers and phishing attempts are continually evolving. If you receive a junk email in your inbox, you can use the Report Message add-in to send the message to Microsoft to help us improve our spam filters. If you find an email in your Junk Email folder that's not spam, you can use the Report Message add-in to mark it as a legitimate email, move the message to your Inbox, and report the false positive to help Microsoft improve our spam filters.


The 21st annual American Lung Association "State of Tobacco Control" report evaluates states and the federal government on the proven-effective tobacco control laws and policies necessary to save lives. The report serves as a blueprint for what state and federal leaders need to do to eliminate the death and disease caused by tobacco use. In the report, the Lung Association assigns letter grades, A through F, to the state and federal policies best proven to prevent and reduce tobacco use.


As an Editor or Administrator, you can customize a detail report to create a curated view of the data in your property. Then, you can add these reports to the left menu for easy access or for different internal stakeholders.


You can apply a filter so anyone who uses the custom report sees a filtered view of the report data. For example, you could apply a filter to show only the data from websites and filter out data from mobile apps.


Anyone with access to a property can remove a filter at the top of a report temporarily, but Analytics adds the filter back when they leave the report. If you want to hide data from some users completely (for example, regional data), consider using subproperties instead. Learn more


Summary cards are the cards that appear in overview reports. The cards summarize information about one or more dimensions and metrics from a detail report. For example, each of the following cards are summary cards from detail reports:


If you want to surface data from a detail report in an overview report, create a summary card in the detail report. Then, when you customize an overview report, you will see an option to add the summary card.


A report that is based on a report template will automatically receive updates when Google changes the report template. For example, if Google adds a dimension to the User acquisition report, the dimensions will appear in all linked User acquisition reports.


Discover more details about the report and its new listings below. Also, check out the Data Exploration Dashboard, which provides an easy-to-understand visual breakdown of all substances listed in the document and their associated cancers.


WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today released its 2022 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) Part 1 to Congress. The report found 582,462 people were experiencing homelessness on a single night in January 2022. COVID-19 and its economic impacts could have led to significant increases in homelessness, however investments, partnerships and government agency outreach resulted in only a .3% increase in the number of people experiencing homelessness from 2020 to 2022. The Biden-Harris Administration intends to not only stop but reverse the post-2016 trend of rising homelessness and reduce it 25% by 2025, as stated in All In, The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness, which was released today by the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness. Compared with 2020, homelessness among people in shelters declined by 1.6%, while homelessness among people in unsheltered settings increased by 3.4%. The rate of overall homelessness due in large part to a robust federal response that prevented evictions through Emergency Rental Assistance distributed to more than three million households, expanded resources for vulnerable families through the Child Tax Credit and provided other financial transfers through stimulus. 041b061a72


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