World Vol.6


North Carolina Vol.10

@NCdotGov
@NCPolicyWatch
@oldnorthstpol
@NCSBE
@NCCommerce
@nceda_
@LeadNC
@BusinessNC
@ncmep
@NCarolinaExport
@ManufacturedNC
@edpnc
@InnovateNC
@NCTA
@NCSTI
@CEDNC
@ncbiotech
@ncidea
@NCGrowth
@NCAGO
@NCDOL
@NCInsuranceDept
@ncdhhs
@NCPublicHealth
@NCAgriculture
@NCFarmBureau
@RecycleMoreNC
@NorthCarolinaEE
@NCDEQ
@NCSHP
@NCNationalGuard
@NCEmergency
@NCDOT
@NC_By_Train
@NCRailroad
@NCPorts
@NCAviation
@NCDIT
@NCArchives
@ForEverythingNC
@NCmuseumhistory
@ncculture
@NCArtsCouncil
@create_unc
@ourstatemag


@theobserver
@newsobserver
@fayobserver
@JournalNow
@NewsandRecord
@StarNewsOnline
@asheville

@MeckCounty
@CLTgov
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@ASCCharlotte
@cltcheap
@GoUptownCLT
@SouthEndCLT
@CBJnewsroom
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@thecharpost
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@cl_charlotte
@GoUptownCLT
@CharlotteMag
@WakeGOV
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@Raleigh4u
@RaleighPlanning
@raleighchamber
@DowntownRaleigh
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@visitRaleigh
@SpecNewsRDU
@InnovateRaleigh
@HQRaleigh
@TheRTP
@GoTriangle
@trianglexplorer
@TriangleRegion
@WorkTriangleNC
@WeLoveDowntown
@RaleighCitizen
@yesweekly
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@GuilfordCounty
@greensborocity
@gsochamber
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@DurhamCounty
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@TheHerald_Sun
@durhammag
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@wschamber
@VisitWS
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@Lowes
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@Hanes
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@BBT
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@FoodLion
@ODFL_Inc
@SASsoftware
@UniversalFurn
@RedHat
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@CatoFashions
@Bojangles1977
@ThomasvilleFurn
@SonicAutomotive
@LowesFoods
@DebbiesStaffing
@PlyGem
@QorvoInc
@HendrickAuto


Washington Vol.9

@WAStateGov
@WA_OFM
@WAStateDOR
@lniwa
@WA_DOL
@WAStateCommerce
@WSDAgov
@WAFarmBureau
@waDNR
@WADeptHealth
@EcologyWA
@Conserve_WA
@ConservationNW
@WDFW
@WildlifeRec
@WAStatePks
@ExperienceWA
@waEMD
@wastatepatrol
@wsdot
@wsferries
@awbolympia
@waroundtable
@WashingtonCOG
@WRCresearch
@WashingtonBus
@StewardshipP
@HistoryLink
@HistoryMuseum
@burkemuseum
@WAPolicyCenter
@TVWnews
@Crosscut
@cityofolympia
@downtownolympia
@ShiftWA
@OlympiaWatch
@PierceCo
@CityofTacoma
@Tacoma_Chamber
@SouthSoundBiz_
@TacomaArtMuseum
@MuseumofGlass
@metparkstacoma
@TravelTacoma
@Grit_City
@thenewstribune
@weeklyvolcano
@SouthSoundMag
@SouthSoundTalk
@PSPartnership
@PugetSoundInst
@PSETalk
@WASeaGrant
@SoundSalmon
@KingCountyWA
@OfficeofMayor
@SeattleCouncil
@CityofSeattle
@SeattleEconomy
@SeattleChamber
@hubsea
@SEACityLight
@SeattleFire
@seattledot
@SeaTransitBlog
@WaterfrontSEA
@PortofSeattle
@SeattleSDCI
@SeattleParks
@SeattleHSD
@SeaNeighborhood
@seattlecenter
@SeattleWorks
@SeattleCityClub
@SeattleChannel
@FuseWA
@THSEA
@SeattleFdn
@sustainseattle
@greenseattle
@seattlebusiness
@tilthalliance
@SeattleFarmMkts
@PCC
@MetMarket
@EaterSeattle
@MOHAI
@TheStranger
@seattletimes
@SeattleMet
@Seattlemag
@PSBJ
@jseattle
@RavennaBlog
@Roosiehood
@westseattleblog
@southlakeunion
@seattlepi
@spokanecounty
@SpokaneCity
@Spokane_Council
@GreaterSpokane
@NorthernQuest
@DowntownSpokane
@MeetSpokane
@SpokaneArts
@spokanerising
@VisitSpokane
@TheInlander
@SpokesmanReview
@SPRlocalnews
@SpokaneJofB
@valleychamber
@CityofSV
@VancouverUS
@Vancouver_USA
@portvanusa
@CREDC_Clark
@GoPlayVancouver
@VanWafarmersmkt
@HistoricTrustWA
@ClarkCoWA
@thecolumbian
@bellevuewa
@BellevueChamber
@BellevueDotCom
@DTBellevue
@BelReporter
@425Business
@425Magazine
@cityofkent
@snocounty
@EverettCity
@EverettHerald


@amazon
@Starbucks
@BoeingAirplanes
@Microsoft
@Nordstrom
@TMobile
@Expedia
@AlaskaAir
@EXPD_Official
@REI


North Dakota Vol.4

@ndgov
@EnergyND
@EnergyofND
@NDagriculture
@NDGrainGrowers
@NDSoybean
@FarmRanchGuide
@agweekmagazine
@PFSeed
@NDResponse
@NDDPI
@NorthDakota
@NDLegendary
@ExperienceND
@PrairieBiz
@emergingprairie
@ndcounties
@cityoffargo
@DowntownFargo
@cityofmoorhead
@FargoMoorhead
@FMAmbassadors
@FargoUGND
@FMWFChamber
@westfargo
@inforum
@fargomonthly
@BismarckNDGov
@bismancedc
@DowntownBisND
@bismarckparks
@bistrib
@GrandForksCity
@GFREDC
@thechambergfegf
@DowntownForks
@visitgrandforks
@GrandForksParks
@gfherald
@EGrandForksMN
@VisitMinot
@MinotDailyNews
@dickinsonpress
@WillistonEcon
@willistonherald
@jamestownsun
@wahpeton
@SCHEELS
@stallionoil
@TitanAg
@Basin_Electric
@BorderStates
@MBIEnergy
@EideBaillyTech
@rdoequipment
@FisherSandG
@butlermachinery
@WanzekConst
@DakotaSupply
@BlackGoldFarms
@DiscoveryBen
@ESGWND
@BNCBank
@GateCityBank
@Ulteig


Science and Technology Vol.9

https://twitter.com/ZonePhysics/status/1188702462292779009


https://twitter.com/wef/status/1189119686127960064


https://twitter.com/ENERGY/status/1086069419967565826
https://twitter.com/LivioFilice/status/1120980446605651969


https://twitter.com/jellsmoor/status/1162287960089169921


https://twitter.com/HECParis/status/1181626174419681280


https://twitter.com/zsk/status/1138705246656638977


https://twitter.com/LboroSBE/status/1176051825767833600


https://twitter.com/MSCActions/status/1157259753602633734

https://twitter.com/ERC_Research/status/1155811825092460544


https://twitter.com/AMCprizes/status/1163908584226402311


Nevada Vol.6

@NevadaPolicyRI
@DiversifyNevada
@NVSOS
@NVNationalGuard
@NVAgriculture
@nevadamilk
@NevGOE
@Renew_NV
@NVEnergy
@NevDCNR
@nevadamining
@NVFilmOffice
@nevadadot
@NDOTProjectNeon
@ProtectNevada
@NVEmergencyMgmt
@NevadaFloods
@NVTourism
@NVStateParks
@friendsofnvwild
@getoutdoorsnv
@HistoryNevada
@NevadaCurrent
@SNWA_H2O


@OneNevada
@RetailNV
@ForOurFutureNV

@CityOfLasVegas
@lvchamber
@LVGEA
@LVCVA
@WTCLasVegas
@DTLVAlliance
@Bellagio
@CaesarsPalace
@MandalayBay
@MResort
@Palms
@fremont
@goldcoastcasino
@orleanscasino
@redrockcasino
@suncoastcasino
@stationcasinos
@TIvegas
@BallysVegas
@CircusVegas
@CircaLasVegas
@theDlasvegas
@FlamingoVegas
@HarrahsVegas
@PlazaLasVegas
@WynnLasVegas
@AriaLV
@BinionsLV
@Cosmopolitan_LV
@FSELV
@GoldenNuggetLV
@MarqueeLV
@4QueensLV
@samstownlv
@southpointlv
@TheMirageLV
@VdaraLV
@GoldSpikeDTLV
@SmithCenterLV
@DTContainerPark
@LasVegasNFR
@FSLasVegas
@LasVegasLocally
@BestofVegas
@TheBestOfLV
@LVA_Tweet
@stratvegas
@FirstFridayLV
@VegasFoodWine
@lifeisbeautiful

@cityofhenderson
@HendersonEcDev
@HCC_Nevada
@Visit_Henderson
@cityofreno
@TahoeNorth
@TahoeSouth
@cityofsparks
@RSChamberNV
@CarsonCityGov
@VisitCarsonCity
@CNLV
@NVNACO
@ClarkCountyNV
@RegionalFlood
@washoecounty
@LYONOEM
@CountyofDouglas
@nyecounty

@Vegas
@TheNVIndy
@reviewjournal
@VegasNews
@LasVegasNOW
@LasVegasSun
@LasVegasWeekly
@RGJ
@pvtimes
@NNBizView
@nvbizmag
@nevadapress


Canada Vol.26 (universities & think tanks – public policy & election 2019)


https://twitter.com/Pembina/status/1186775488221581329


https://twitter.com/Pembina/status/1186359568781193216


https://twitter.com/Pembina/status/1186300860650799106


US Policy Changes Vol.103 (Economy Vol.16 – including domestic policy, finance, healthcare, safety, trade)

https://twitter.com/Trade__Talks/status/1176823240372760577


https://twitter.com/BlogsofWar/status/1012072763283001344


https://twitter.com/hmtennapel/status/1023194443468427265


Science and Technology Vol.7


https://twitter.com/ERC_Research/status/1155811825092460544
https://twitter.com/ERC_Research/status/1161540465017139200
https://twitter.com/ERC_Research/status/1168848629299372032


https://twitter.com/AMCprizes/status/1163908584226402311


https://twitter.com/JackDAshby/status/1172767109698523136


https://twitter.com/RowenaCB9/status/1159533003674177536


https://twitter.com/GrapheneUCam/status/1171044894623838208


UK Vol.155 (Post-EUref #Brexit Vol.53: No Deal)


https://twitter.com/GracieSamuels/status/1172555761047810049
https://twitter.com/LBC/status/1172426803710840832


https://twitter.com/MitchBenn/status/1171805257833361409
https://twitter.com/chunkymark/status/1173157357158916096
https://twitter.com/chunkymark/status/1172168164878225408
https://twitter.com/chunkymark/status/1172004693943435264
https://twitter.com/Kepilo/status/1172080131424346112


https://twitter.com/EvendenKenyon/status/1168258928712585217


https://twitter.com/Haggis_UK/status/1144655010602672131


Massachusetts Vol.6 (Harvard University)


Massachusetts Vol.5 (Harvard University)

Centers & Initiatives | @Kennedy_School
Programs & Projects | @BelferCenter
Links | @HKS_BizGov
Policy Briefs | @HarvardAsh
OUR PARTNERS | @DataSmartCities
News Business & Practices Research | @ShorensteinCtr
Publications | @harvardcpl
Get Involved | @harvardiop
Ideas | @InequalityHKS
@HarvardBSC | @HarvardCID
PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA | @CarrCenter
Programs & Initiatives | @TaubmanCenter
Research | @wapppHKS
Kennedy School Review | @HarvardKSR

Weatherhead Center for International Affairs | @HarvardWCFIA
Projects & Initiatives | @HarvardCMES
Program on U.S.-Japan Relations | @HarvardUSJapan
Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies | @EuropeAtHarvard
Weatherhead Initiative on Global History (WIGH) / Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations | @GlobHistHarvard
History Department | @Harvard_History

FACULTY & RESEARCH – Initiatives & Projects | @HarvardHBS
BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT | @HBSBEI
DIGITAL INITIATIVE | @digHBS
ENTREPRENEURSHIP | @HBSRock
THE FORUM FOR GROWTH & INNOVATION | @HBS_Forum
GENDER | @HBSGender
HEALTH CARE | @HBSHEALTH
INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGY & COMPETITIVENESS | @MICHAELEPORTER
Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard | @LISHarvard
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE | @HBSSEI
WORKING KNOWLEDGE | @HBSWK
Harvard Business Review | @HarvardBiz

The Case Studies Blog | @Harvard_Law
The Case Studies | @HLSCaseStudies
Center on the Legal Profession | @HLS_CLP
Daily Blog – Program on Negotiation | @HarvardNegoti8
Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program | @HNMCP
Projects – Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society | @BKCHarvard
Environmental & Energy Law Program | @HarvardEELP
Harvard Environmental Law Review | @HarvardELR
Human Rights Program | @HarvardLawHRP
Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review | @HarvardCRCL
American Constitution Society for Law and Policy | @HarvardACS
Harvard Law and Policy Review | @hlpronline
HARVARD LAW REVIEW | @HarvLRev

Harvard Innovation Labs | @innovationlab
Pagliuca Harvard Life Lab | @harvardlifelab
HARVARD CATALYST | @HarvardCatalyst
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences | @hseas
Wyss Institute | @wyssinstitute
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study | @RadInstitute
Degree Programs – Graduate School of Arts and Sciences | @HarvardGSAS
Harvard Science | @HarvardResearch

Advanced Leadership Initiative | @ALIHarvard
Harvard Extension School | @HarvardExt
Office for the Arts at Harvard | @harvardarts
The Harvard Art Museums | @harvartmuseums
The Harvard Crimson | @thecrimson
Harvard Magazine | @HarvardMagazine
Harvard University Press | @Harvard_Press
Schools | @Harvard

Sustainability | @GreenHarvard
Graduate School of Design | @HarvardGSD
Harvard Medical School | @harvardmed
Harvard Health Publishing – Harvard Medical School | @HarvardHealth
Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment | @HarvardCCHANGE
Department of Environmental Health | @HarvardEnvHlth
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health | @HarvardChanSPH
DEPARTMENT of CHEMISTRY & CHEMICAL BIOLOGY | @HarvardCCB
HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOL | @HarvardDivinity


California Vol.21 (industries, companies, etc.)

Industries That Advanced California’s 2014 Economy (05/16/2019) | @Investopedia
Professional and Business Service, Educational and Health Services, Financial Activities, Leisure and Hospitality, Retail Trade, Manufacturing, Construction, Information, Farming
Industry Specific Reports | CACT
Top Industries in California (04/08/2018) | @Livability
Agriculture, Tourism, Technology, Education, Forestry, Pro Sports, Airports and Seaports
Top 5 Industries in California: Which Parts of the Economy Are Strongest? (25/02/2015) | @newsmax
Computer products, Agriculture, Aerospace, Service industry (Tourism), Motion picture industry
The new Fortune 500 list is out. These California companies made the cut (06/07/2017) | @latimes
100 BEST TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES TO WORK FOR IN CALIFORNIA | @ZippiaInc

California Agricultural Production Statistics | @CDFAnews
Dairy Products, Milk – $6.56 billion; Grapes – $5.79; Almonds – $5.60; Strawberries – $3.10; Cattle and Calves – $2.53; Lettuce – $2.41; Walnuts – $1.59; Tomatoes – $1.05; Pistachios – $1.01; Broilers – $939 million
California Agriculture | @FarmFlavor
Current issue and featured articles | @ucanr
Where California Grows its … (08/23/2018) | @westcenter
Agriculture | @UC_Newsroom
CALIFORNIA’S CENTRAL VALLEY IS DESIGNING THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN AGRICULTURE (07/11/2019) | @PacificStand
@CAFarmBureau
@CalAgToday
@cagrownofficial
@famfarms
@calclimateag
@AgCouncilofCA
@CA_FarmLink
@SacValleyCA
@CA_Avocados

2019 Best Tech Startups in California | @thetechtrib
Uber; Lyft; Faraday Future; Instacart; Pinterest; Fair; AppLovin; Wish; Katerra; Slack
Top Software Companies in California and Silicon Valley’s Success (18/10/2018) | Diceus
RainforestQA; LaunchDarkly; CircleCI; Diceus; Cyber Infrastructure; Intellectsoft; Iflexion; iTechArt Group; Sunflower Lab; CallFire; Inktank; Convertro; Predixion Software
2018 Year in Review for Southern California Tech (01/01/2019) | @medium
Upfront Ventures; Cornerstone OnDemand, Riot Games, Demand Media; Abbot Kinney; Oculus VR, BlackLine, Lynda.com; LegalZoom, ServiceTitan, Age of Learning; Snap; Sonos, Luxtera, Ring, Cylance, Obsidian Security; Bird Scooter; Index, Sequoia, Accel, CRV; B Capital, Greycroft, Lead Edge, Upfront Ventures, Pritzker Group, Sound Ventures; Lime; Spotify; Hollar, HopSkipDrive, ProducePay; Floqast, Papaya, Cargomatic, Next Trucking
Menu | @CADeptTech
Walters: Can Gov. Gavin Newsom finally fix California’s tech woes? (04/22/2019) | @mercnews
CALIFORNIA DREAMING | @accenture
Tech is (still) concentrating in the Bay Area: An update on America’s winner-take-most economic phenomenon (12/17/2018) | @BrookingsInst
29 Top Tech CEOs of 2018 | @inc
California-based high-tech company Xactly making Denver its “center of gravity” (12/24/2018) | @denverpost

California International and Major Airports | Wright Realtors
Airports in the Bay Area of California (03/15/2018) | @USATODAY
2017 Economic Impact Study Update: San Francisco International Airport (PDF; 07/2017) | @flySFO,@sfgov,@EDRGroup
Check out the top 25 busiest airlines in the Bay Area (03/20/2018) | @bizjournals
THE AVIATION INDUSTRY FINALLY DISCOVERS SILICON VALLEY (04/06/2017) | @wired
Inland Empire airports cleared for economic takeoff (05/06/2017) | @ivdailybulletin
How the aviation industry shaped Los Angeles (07/08/2019) | @CurbedLA
Report: LAX is an economic powerhouse in Southern California (04/21/2016) | @DailyBreezeNews
How San Diego International went from ‘little airport’ to global stop (04/16/2017) | @sdut

Economic Benefits | @californiaports
Bay Area ports could face capacity ‘stress’ (07/23/2019) | @AmericanShipper
Brief History of the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach (01/25/2014) | @KCET
Port Index – California has 40 ports | World Port Source
Welcome to the Port of Los Angeles: America’s Port | @PortofLA
The Port of Los Angeles (PDF; 2014) | @LoyolaMarymount
The Future of Global Trade: A Visit to the Port of L.A. (02/05/2016) | @PacCouncil
SECURING PORTS AND SHIPPING (PDF; 06/2006) | @PPICNotes
Must Reads: In Trump’s trade war with China, L.A. ports are ground zero (06/09/2019) | @latimes
Trade/Commerce | @portoflongbeach
Port of Long Beach Balances Rapid Growth with Sustainability (03/14/2019) | @Mar_Ex
Port of Long Beach Economic Impact Study Turns Heads in Southern California (21/03/2019) | @EDRGroup

CALIFORNIA’S MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES: EMPLOYMENT AND COMPETITIVENESS in the 21st Century (PDF; 2014) | @LAEDC
3 Trends Impacting California Manufacturers | @IDREnvServices
Advanced Manufacturing (PDF) | @CalCommColleges
@cmta
AEROSPACE MANUFACTURING AND SUPPORT INDUSTRIES IN CALIFORNIA (PDF; 2010) | @CalCommColleges
CALIFORNIA AEROSPACE INDUSTRY ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (w PDF) | @cerritoscollege,@ATKearney
Los Angeles, America’s Future Spaceport (05/17/2018) | @TheAtlantic
Welcome to @FilmCalifornia
FILM PRODUCTION COMPANIES IN CALIFORNIA | @ProductionHUB
Economic Impact of Film Industry in California | @FilmLA


Southern Europe Vol.1 (Italy Vol.3 / Spain Vol.6 / Portugal Vol.1)

Italy
Italy


https://twitter.com/IAIonline/status/1163474815740776448


Spain
Spain


https://twitter.com/CFR_org/status/1044714438023172097


Portugal


https://twitter.com/AkwyZ/status/1064472017704050689


https://twitter.com/MSEurope/status/1134367565692776449


Ireland Vol.51 (universities, etc.)


https://twitter.com/ucddublin/status/1159052121888702464


https://twitter.com/UL/status/1130548422623334400

https://twitter.com/ucddublin/status/1139520618548858881


https://twitter.com/ucdsocscilaw/status/1115289820287389696


Ireland Vol.49 (Brexit: tourism, port, airport, etc.)

Get Brexit Ready | @Failte_Ireland
Get Brexit Ready | @Failte_Ireland & @CroweIreland
Brexit and the Irish Tourism Sector | @CroweIreland
Failte Ireland says a hard Brexit could cost €380m | @marketing_ie
Failte Ireland Announces €5 Million Fund To Support Tourism In Advance Of Brexit. (01/18/2019) | @kfmradio
Failte Ireland predicts tourism growth of up to 5pc next year despite concerns over Brexit (11/13/2018) | @IndoBusiness
Tourism officials want to know how to attract more wealthy jet-setters (09/12/2017) | @Fora_ie
BREXIT: Failte Ireland helps Cork tourism businesses with Brexit problems (12/10/2017) | @TheCork_ie
Implications of Brexit for Tourism Sector: Failte Ireland and Tourism Ireland (07/11/2018) | @OireachtasNews
New strategy unveiled to grow tourism from GB (NI version) (06/06/2019) | @TourismIreland
Brexit | @NITouristBoard
Tourism Ireland spending €7m to reassure UK citizens Ireland ‘is still open for business’ (07/15/2019) | @IndoBusiness
Tourism Ireland warns hard Brexit could cost industry €390m a year (07/15/2019) | @IrishTimes
Northern Ireland tourism more vulnerable to Brexit due to British market reliance (11/29/2018) | @irish_news
Tourism industry ready for a Brexit battle as UK visitor numbers fall (31/07/2019) | @SouthernStarIRL
Ireland’s tourism chief talks U.S. visitor growth, VAT, Brexit (02/01/2019) | @travelweekly
Fears Brexit and VAT hikes will have major impact on Irish tourism (28/12/2018) | @IrishMirror
Ireland Releases ‘Sobering’ Contingency Plan for No-Deal Brexit (21/12/2018) | @nytimes
New Research Quantifies Brexit Impact on Irish Exports and Tourism From Changing UK Consumer Behaviour (04/12/2018) | @IoDIreland
How Brexit Could Affect Irish Tourism (12/05/2016) | @AIBIreland

Dublin Port Company reaches agreement over site it requires to deal with impact of Brexit (09/08/2019) | @breakingnewsie
Dublin Port Company settles High Court action over site required to deal with Brexit impact (08/09/2019) | @thejournal_ie
Dublin Port takes action over site required for Brexit preparations (07/08/2019) | @rte
‘Mayhem will ensue!’ Ireland panics over no-deal Brexit – ‘Ports not ready’ (07/08/2019) | @Daily_Express
U.K. Seeks Brexit Concessions, Saying Dublin Has the Most to Lose (07/10/2019) | @bpolitics
Dublin Port overhaul to prepare for Brexit (07/10/2019) | @IndoBusiness
Arlene Foster fears Brexit works at Dublin Port ‘damaging’ to Belfast cruise industry (14/05/2019) | @irish_news
Irish shipping industry booming amid Brexit fears (01/04/2019) | @practicenet
Direct shipping of goods between Ireland, continental Europe on rise amid Brexit fears (03/30/2019) | @XHNews
‘No-deal’ Brexit extra ferry services launched (29/03/2019) | @France24
Irish shipping industry booming as boats bypass British ports amid Brexit fears (29/03/2019) | @IrishMirror
‘A waste of money’: Dublin port reluctantly prepares for Brexit (17/03/2019) | @guardian
Dublin Port Seeks to Take Back Leased Land Post-Brexit For Border Checks (03/12/2019) | @marsecreview
How is Dublin Port preparing for a no-deal Brexit (15/01/2019) | @safety4sea
How is Dublin preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit? (12/01/2019) | @BBC
‘This is the border’: Dublin Port, Ireland’s ground zero for Brexit (01/18/2019) | @IrishTimes
Department only sought Dublin Port’s hard Brexit plan last month (12/24/2018) | @IrishTimes
France preparing additional sea ports for Irish freight traffic after Brexit (23/11/2018) | @FranceIrelandCh
‘Our work is on the assumption something awful happens’ – Dublin Port has plans for a ‘hard Brexit’ (07/19/2018) | @Fora_ie
Brexit burns Ireland’s British bridge to EU markets (07/20/2017) | @POLITICOPro
Other EU countries’ preparations for no deal (06/12/2019) | @instituteforgov
Ports across Ireland’s Brexit divide reaffirm unity on UN project (12/04/2018) | @UNCTAD
Discussion Paper on the ‘Impact of Brexit on the UK & Irish Port and Transit Sector (PDF; 04/2019) | @BrIreCham
European ports brace for Brexit (PDF; 06/05/2019) | @ESPOSecretariat
The impact of BREXIT on Dublin Port (PDF; 20/02/2018) | @Europarl_EN,@DublinPortCo
The Implications Of Brexit On The Use Of The Landbridge (PDF) | @IMDOIreland
Customs Brexit Information Seminar (PDF) | @RevenueIE
Preparing for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union – Contingency Action Plan Update (PDF; 07/2019) | @dfatirl
Preparing for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union on 29 March 2019 – Contingency Action Plan (PDF; 12/2018) | @dfatirl

daa Extremely Concerned At Aviation Regulator’s Proposed Charges (05/09/2019) | @DublinAirport
daa Delivers Record Profits As Passenger Numbers Increase (04/30/2019) | @daa
Daa plans €40m development spend for Cork Airport over next four years (04/30/2019) | @irishexaminer
What is No Deal Brexit? Nine ways Irish people will be affected if UK leaves EU with no deal (13/03/2019) | @IrishMirror
Ireland DF status quo report ‘concerning’, says TR lobby (27/02/2019) | @TheTRBusiness
DAA awards Dublin Airport north runway contract to Roadbridge and FCC (01/11/2018) | @Airport_Mag
One third of Irish planes could be grounded by a no-deal Brexit (10/19/2018) | @IrishTimes
Restoring duty-free between Ireland and the UK could bring a €45m post-Brexit boost (07/19/2018) | @Fora_ie
DAA Warns Brexit Will Spell Fewer Flights and Higher Prices To UK (06/08/2017) | @hospitality_irl
Brexit and the consequences for Irish Customs – DRAFT (PDF; 09/2016) | @RevenueIE

CIF: Delays in the south’s infrastructure projects threaten Irish economy (31/07/2019) | @breakingnewsie
Brexit and the Irish Construction Sector (PDF; 03/2019) | @CIF_Ireland,@PwCIreland
CIF: Dublin is taking too much of €6.1bn State spend on major projects (04/03/2017) | @irishexaminer


Canada Vol.21 (University of Waterloo, McGill University, University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, etc.)


https://twitter.com/PALRobotics/status/1143554459110432768


https://twitter.com/uwaterlooARTS/status/1147136005721481217


https://twitter.com/UWaterloo/status/1149028866003996674

https://twitter.com/ChemEngMcGill/status/1103371956567576577


https://twitter.com/sylvain_baillet/status/1146883664992751616


https://twitter.com/mcgillu/status/1146184254885453824


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Northern Europe Vol.1 (universities, etc.)


https://twitter.com/CBIO15/status/1148550697895567361


https://twitter.com/Cobelab/status/1073216440319262721


https://twitter.com/DenmarkinUSA/status/941662416768774144


https://twitter.com/SITEStockholm/status/1144621574563217409


https://twitter.com/interspectral/status/1085523719005585410


https://twitter.com/UiB_HF/status/1145659478999732224
https://twitter.com/ERC_Research/status/1144266640386867200


https://twitter.com/NorwayEU/status/1004268242351935488


https://twitter.com/NATO_MARCOM/status/966947928924393473


https://twitter.com/ERC_Research/status/1144266640386867200


Hawaii Vol.4 (corporations)


https://twitter.com/HawaiianAir/status/1160370443917963264


https://twitter.com/HawaiianAir/status/1157410945896976384
https://twitter.com/HawaiianAir/status/1155962644764876801


https://twitter.com/MauiElectric/status/1160598014345375745
https://twitter.com/OutriggerResort/status/1076312295016288256
https://twitter.com/OutriggerResort/status/1011778892267282433
https://twitter.com/maldives/status/1073132405232349184


https://twitter.com/Zippys/status/1150163146390347776


https://twitter.com/HawaiianAir/status/1136740041101910025


Missouri Vol.8 (University of Missouri)

https://twitter.com/Mizzou/status/1158448081991622656


https://twitter.com/Mizzou/status/1152287739565334528


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https://twitter.com/MizzouFootball/status/1151211572355842048
https://twitter.com/MizzouResLife/status/1156957766465966080


https://twitter.com/MizzouNews/status/1151603932340338690


https://twitter.com/MizzouNews/status/1148955711801401346


https://twitter.com/MizzouNews/status/1146061727974322177


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https://twitter.com/MizzouNews/status/1083013287615315968
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https://twitter.com/MizzouResearch/status/1143635350826303489


https://twitter.com/MizzouResearch/status/1100767289949982721


https://twitter.com/MizzouResearch/status/1097864371810852864


https://twitter.com/MizzouResearch/status/1085921597897232384
https://twitter.com/MizzouResearch/status/1085183008271929344


Ireland Vol.44 (Brexit)

IRELAND & THE IMPACTS OF BREXIT: STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS FOR IRELAND ARISING FROM CHANGING EU-UK TRADING RELATIONS (PDF; 02/2018; prepared for the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation) | Copenhagen Economics

pp.5-6
– A European Economic Area (EEA) scenario, where we assume similar levels of trade costs between the EU and the UK as are currently observed between the EU and the EEA members (Norway and Iceland). The scenario includes duty free trade for most products, though with some tariffs on sensitive products within the agri-food sectors. Border inspections on EU-UK trade will add customs costs. The risk of regulatory divergence for both goods and services is lowest in this scenario.
– A Customs Union (CU) scenario, where we assume that the EU and the UK agree on a traditional customs union agreement. The scenario includes duty free trade for most products, though with some tariffs on sensitive products within the agri-food sectors. Border inspections on EU-UK trade will add customs costs. This scenario implies a higher risk of regulatory divergence for both goods and services relative to an EEA-like scenario, as a standard customs union does not cover regulatory issues for goods and does not address service trade.
– A Free trade agreement (FTA) scenario, where we assume that the EU and the UK agree on a free trade agreement (FTA). We use the effects of an average EU FTA as midpoint estimate, and the scenario includes duty free trade for most products, though with some tariffs on sensitive products within the agri-food sectors. Border inspections on EU-UK trade will add customs costs. As in the customs union scenario, there is a risk of emerging regulatory divergence between the EU and the UK in both goods and services.
– A WTO Scenario (WTO) scenario, where we assume that trade will be governed by WTO rules and other WTO agreements. In this case, the UK and the EU will impose MFN tariffs on each other’s goods where these are not bound by existing plurilateral agreements or arrangements. In addition, we assume that the EU and the UK will continue to use tariff rate quotas both between them and with third countries, which implies that the effective
p.7
– Agri-food, where processed foods, beef, sheep and other cattle meat and dairy are the sub-sectors in which the largest impacts occur, and where trade and production are predicted to fall significantly below the non-Brexit baseline level in 2030. Production in other primary agriculture sub-sectors such as grains, fruit and vegetables, forestry and fishing etc. will also be negatively affected – however, to a smaller extent. Impacts in the agri-food sector are driven by a combination of tariffs, customs costs and the risk of regulatory divergence.
– Pharma-Chemicals, which is the absolute largest export sector in Ireland. Our analysis shows that production in the sector could fall by 1-5 per cent below the non-Brexit baseline production level in 2030. Impacts in this sector are almost exclusively driven by the risk of regulatory divergence and increased border costs.
– Electrical machinery, which includes different types of electronic equipment such as computers, televisions and communication equipment, is another large export sector. Production in this sector is predicted to fall by 5-10 per cent below the non-Brexit baseline production level in 2030. Customs costs and the risk of regulatory divergence are the main factors driving the impacts in this sector.
– Wholesale and retail is an important sector in Ireland. The sector could face new costs in their supply chains as a result of diverging regulatory requirements. The sector will also be negatively affected by an overall drop in consumer demand resulting from Brexit.
– Air transport, which could face substantial challenges on routes to the UK as a result of Brexit.
p.8
… Measured relative to Irish GDP in 2015, the difference between the “best” (EEA) scenario and the “worst” (WTO) is €11 billion in 2030 (in 2015 levels). In a hypothetical situation, where regulatory divergence for goods and services could be avoided and where the Brexit impacts only relate to tariffs and border costs, the theoretical loss to Irish GDP would be further reduced to around 1 per cent of GDP or approximately €3 billion in 2015 terms.
With the objective of minimizing the overall economic loss to Irish GDP, the best possible trade negotiation outcome for Ireland would be an agreement that has an acceptable balance of rights and obligations for all parties and with the following main elements:
– No tariffs
– Large quotas for agricultural products
– Low border costs
– Landbridge transit
– Low regulatory divergence
– Low barriers for service trade

1. Trade promotion policies (e.g. helping existing exporters to access new markets, or new exporters to engage in exporting)
2. Enterprise policies (e.g. helping the transition from declining to growing sectors)
3. Skills policies (e.g. supporting skills required by the unavoidable adjustments)
p.11 Figure 1. Ireland-UK trade and investment relation

p.12 Figure 2. Irish trade with the UK and the rest of the world, 2015
p.13 Figure 3. Intensity of trade with the UK
p.14
… Besides both being EU members since 1973, there are many other underlying and historical reasons for why Ireland is uniquely exposed to Brexit:
– Common border and language: First of all, the UK is Ireland’s nearest neighbour and the only country with whom we share a land border. In addition, Ireland and the UK are both English speaking countries
– All Island economy: There is a wellfunctioning all island economy with fully integrated commuting patterns and shopping habits, and a closely knitted value chain across the Island
– Common Travel Area: A common travel area is in existence between Ireland and the UK since the 1920s
– Same consumer taste: In terms of consumer preferences, Ireland and the UK are in many aspects considered as one market with similar tastes and identical products being offered
– Common-law basis of legal systems: The UK and Ireland both have a common-law legal system, which places greater emphasis on previous court decisions, compared to a civillaw legal system, which is in place in other European countries.
– Joint commercial contracts: Commercially, there is a very close integration of business and enterprises across the Irish-UK market. The UK and Ireland are often treated as one market, e.g. in the organisation of many companies, and reflected in many commercial contracts
– UK-only exporters and importers: Like many countries, Irish SMEs are less active in international trade compared to larger enterprises. As a special feature, many of Ireland’s exporting and importing SME’s have the UK as the first and only export/import market and is hence extremely exposed to Brexit
– UK landbridge: Two-thirds of Irish goods exporters make use of the UK landbridge to access continental markets.
p.15 Box 1. UK landbridge is key for Irish trade with the rest of EU
…the agri-food sector where an average of around 40 per cent of exports are destined for the UK. For specific sub-sectors, the UK market accounts for an even greater share of exports, including beef (47 per cent), cheese (60 per cent) and mushrooms (90 per cent)…
…the impact is likely to be more pronounced amongst indigenous firms who account for between 80 and 100 per cent of enterprises in the agri-food sector …
p.16 Figure 4. Exposure to UK market at sector level

p.17 Figure 5. Loss of income due to drop in exchange rate
p.18 Figure 6. UK investment of around €40 bn in Ireland in 2015
p.19 Figure 7. Irish investment in the UK around €90 bn in 2015
p.20
…for the transition period immediately after Brexit in March 2019:
-“Soft Brexit”: This scenario represents a transition arrangement in which duty free trade is continued and no customs clearance procedures are implemented, which in essence means that the UK will remain in the Single Market during the transition period. While this will require a regulatory freeze in the UK and will require the UK to maintain all current regulation aligned to the EU Single Market rules, the scenario assumes a moderate increase in trade costs for both goods and services to reflect the uncertainty around the future trade relationship and the risk of future regulatory divergence.
-“Hard Brexit”: In this scenario, there is no transitional arrangement between the EU and the UK, and both the EU and the UK will implement MFN tariffs on goods, border procedures, and there will be some emerging deviations in regulation for both services and goods. Furthermore, the scenario assumes additional transit costs for Irish goods exported to the European continent across the UK landbridge due to the delays and infrastructural challenges that are expected to materialise in the scenario.
p.21 Figure 8. Future relationship (Barnier slide)

pp.22-23
– EEA:…duty free trade for most products although with some tariffs on sensitive products within selected ag