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Resilliance
12/11/2017

For years, environmental justice advocates have been saying that it’s time to shift the focus of the environmental movement from beautiful landscapes and big animals to the people choking on black carbon or poisoned by lead in their water. Now, some

The city of Trujillo, in northwestern Peru, has announced a publicly funded e-scrap collection event for June 5, 2018. The city’s deputy manager of environmental quality, in announcing the event, acknowledged that publicity is starting early, but sh

Siemens appoints CEOs for consolidated Americas region
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has announced the consolidation of its North America and Latin America regions. This move allows us to obtain greater efficiencies and operational excellence. For the newly formed Americas region, the company has name
EcoWatch
12/7/2017

First Ever Tagging of Amazon Dolphins to Boost Conservation Efforts
For the first time ever, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and research partners are now tracking river dolphins in the Amazon using satellite technology after scientists successfully tagged dolphins in Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia, attaching small tra
NOAA
12/7/2017

Healthy coral reef ecosystems pump billions of dollars into the U.S. economy—from supporting millions of jobs to protecting lives and coastal infrastructure. Communicating their value is critical to their conservation. To this end, CRCP and the Offi
CSWire
12/6/2017

In a setback to Chevron’s campaign to evade a $9.5 billion liability owed to rainforest communities, the national indigenous federations of Canada and Ecuador signed a formal protocol today to work together to hold the oil major accountable fo

For the first time ever, WWF and research partners  are now tracking river dolphins in the Amazon using satellite technology after scientists successfully tagged dolphins in Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia, attaching small transmitters that will p
PRWeb
12/4/2017

Transfac Capital Hires Collections Manager
Joseph Vargas to lead collections department at national accounts receivable finance company(PRWeb December 05, 2017)Read the full story at
WWF.org
12/4/2017

For the first time ever, WWF and research partners  are now tracking river dolphins in the Amazon using satellite technology after scientists successfully tagged dolphins in Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia, attaching small transmitters that will p
Grist
12/4/2017

For years, environmental justice advocates have been saying that it’s time to shift the focus of the environmental movement from beautiful landscapes and big animals to the people choking on black carbon or poisoned by lead in their water. Now, som




Singapore awards tunnel contract

Singapore awards tunnel contract


Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much Work Remains

Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much


Neo Solar Power benefiting from domestic Taiwan solar demand

Neo Solar Power benefiting from domestic Taiwan


Bath research project recognised by RIBA

Bath research project recognised by RIBA


Disability and design. At the Smithsonian a recap exhibition

Disability and design. At the Smithsonian a recap






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