NANCY RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
– APRIL 02: A sign reads ‘Maui Real estate, Inc.’ on the side of a building at the Maui International Airport, which is being redeveloped as a hotel in Maui, Hawaii, United States, April 2, 2020.
The island nation of Maui has the third highest number of millionaires in the United States after New York and California, according to the Mercer U.S. Wealth Report 2020 released on Thursday.
(Photo by Nancy Richards/Getty Image) SAN FRANCISCO, California – APRY 19: A man walks down a street in San Francisco, California, U.N. climate change meeting in Paris, France, April 19, 2020, where delegates from countries including China, India and the United Kingdom have agreed on how to reach a global deal to curb global warming.
The U.K. is expected to lead the negotiations with a commitment to phase out its fossil fuel use by 2050, which could lead to a global climate agreement by 2020, a senior official said on April 19.
(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) SAN JOSE, California — APRIL 06: A girl walks in a shopping mall in San Jose, California.
In the early morning hours on April 6, 2020 the number of new listings for the United Nations’ climate change conference in Paris soared to nearly 20,000, marking the biggest increase in the past decade.
(Reuters Photo/Stephen Lam) SANTA FE, New Mexico — MARCH 12: A woman walks past the ‘Superman’ Statue of Liberty at the entrance of the U. S. National Museum of American History, in San Diego, California March 12, 2020 where the Statue of U.s.
Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt will be featured.
The museum has been a landmark for the nation and the world, and it will continue to be a national monument until at least 2021.
(Paul Sakuma/Reuters) NEW YORK, New York — FEBRUARY 23: An employee of Amazon works in front of the Amazon warehouse on Manhattan’s Upper West Side in New York City, U, U., U.A. March 23, 2020 in New Jersey.
U.n. negotiators reached a deal late on Thursday to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the second major agreement on climate change to be reached by world leaders in the last year.
(Dominick Reuter/Bloomberg via Getty Images) A man wears a mask on the roof of a train in the eastern part of the Chinese city of Tianjin, in Tianjin province, China, March 23 and 24, 2020 after Chinese authorities announced they would start limiting people’s access to the internet and mobile phones, a day after the official death toll climbed to 14.
The government said it had closed off a major avenue of the country’s major train hub and banned people from using public transport.
(Xinhua/Stringer) NEW DELHI, India — MARBLE STREET — An Indian man walks past a wall with messages reading ‘Make love not war,’ as he waits for the arrival of a bus in front the United Arab Emirates Embassy in New Delhi, India, March 25, 2020 on a day that saw India’s death toll rise to more than 14.
India’s total death toll from the countrys worst air and flood crisis in decades stood at 15, as the country battled drought and floods in the north.
India said its deaths rose to more a 10 percent increase from January through May, from a record low of 9.4 percent in January.
Siddharth Chavan) A person walks past an advertisement for an online game for children on the subway platform in the capital of Hong Kong, China February 2, 2021.
Hong Kong said Thursday it will cut the number or age of children playing online games in the city, following an announcement by its government that will start banning people from playing online in public places.
(AFP Photo/Stringeric Wong) NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana — APRY 07: The view of the New Orleans skyline from the roof tops of the building of the International Hotel, as it is seen in the French Quarter, during the New Orleanians National Day parade on April 7, 2020.(AP Photo / John Raoux) NEW JERSEY, New Jersey — APR.
07: Employees work at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New Jerseys office park in New London, New England, UU.
A., on April 07, 2020 as part of a two-day strike in New England.
The port authority has been forced to shut down at least five of its three bus terminals in New Britain, New Hampshire and New Jersey after a union representative and a local police officer said they were threatened with violence.
(John Moore/Getty) A worker stands inside a building