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Emergency WASH biweekly update – October 15 2019

Sanitation Updates

Dear Colleagues: This biweekly update includes an upcoming webinar and recent reports on water trucking and other topics. Also included is a

10/15/2019

FEMA Awards South Florida Water Management District More Than $4.1

Department of Homeland Security

ORLANDO, Fla. – FEMA has approved $ 4,101,135 for the State of Florida to help the South Florida Water Management District defray the costs of

10/15/2019

Faster Smarter Accurate EHS Compliance Arrives with ehsAI and Intelex

Intellix

Let’s explore how a collection of smart tools, algorithms and the most advanced EHSQ platform in the world combine to solve important problems

10/15/2019

How uncertainty in scientific predictions can help and harm

physorg.com

The more specific climate scientists are about the uncertainties of global warming, the more the American public trusts their predictions,

10/15/2019

Soil scientists determine how abandoned arable land recovers

physorg.com

Soil scientists from RUDN University have found that the rate of accumulation of organic carbon in wild, cultivated, and abandoned soils depends

10/15/2019

FCCC/SBI/2018/3/Add.1

United Nations

Capacity-building work of bodies established under the Convention and its Kyoto Protocol. Compilation and synthesis report by the secretariat.

3/13/2018

FCCC/SBSTA/2018/2

United Nations

Outcomes of work under the Nairobi work programme on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change since May 2016. Synthesis report by

3/26/2018

Utilities Are Promising Net Zero Carbon Emissions But Don t Expect Big

Inside Climate

While the utilities tout ambitious mid-century climate goals, most plan to rely heavily on coal and natural gas for decades. That's a

10/15/2019
Clemson researcher developing perennial grasses that could reduce water use and be fuel source

Clemson researcher developing perennial grasses that could reduce

Clemson University

CLEMSON, South Carolina — Clemson University College of Science professor Hong Luo has received a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of

10/15/2019
Clemson field tours to show alternatives to using invasive species for erosion control

Clemson field tours to show alternatives to using invasive species for

Clemson University

Aiming to increase education about the potential consequences of introducing invasive species in forestry applications, Clemson University has

10/15/2019

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Clemson researcher developing perennial grasses that could reduce water use

Agriculture

Clemson researcher developing perennial grasses that could reduce water use

Clemson field tours to show alternatives to using invasive species for

Natural Resources

Clemson field tours to show alternatives to using invasive species for

Piedmont Learning Center installs Solar at its Gwynn Falls location.

Solar Power

Piedmont Learning Center installs Solar at its Gwynn Falls location.

Social Accountability International and Center for Sustainable

Prevention

Social Accountability International and Center for Sustainable

Queensland gives go-ahead for $350m wind farm

Wind Power

Queensland gives go-ahead for $350m wind farm

Brick-laying robot to build pilot homes

Robotics

Brick-laying robot to build pilot homes