Publications in FAROE ISLAND


Eunomia To Review Waste Regulations In Nordic Nations
International environmental consultancy Eunomia, along with subcontractors, has been appointed by the Nordic Council of Ministers Waste Group (NWG) and the Swedish EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to analyse the existing regulatory framework f
physorg.com
6/20/2018

The Faroe Islands' ritual pilot whale hunt is not only highly controversial, eating the whale meat also poses a health hazard, public health authorities in Denmark's autonomous North Atlantic territory warn, advising against eating it.

A think-tank has claimed quotes will still be needed for the UK fishing sector after Brexit. Changing Europe’s recommendations for a quota system will be another blow for hard Brexiteers, who still hope for less red tape by coming out of the EU Comm

The Uist Economic Taskforce Working Group was addressed by a senior member of the Faroese Government in the UK. Áki Johansen, the Head of Representation of the Faroese Government in the UK, stimulated a wide-ranging discussion that touched on key is

The recently closed fourth Faroese licensing round for hydrocarbon exploration attracted one application. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore RSS Feed

By Nastassja Salem Director Mike Day’s film the Islands and the Whales offers a stunning portrayal of a multi-layered ethical dilemma. In a world where many different facets of life collide, we are faced with an assessment of what we value mos
EcoWatch
2/27/2018

How France Exterminates Its Dolphins
From January through March, an average of 6,000 dolphins are killed each year on France's west coast by large industrial trawlers and vessels fishing in pairs (nets dragged between two trawlers). That number could be as high as 10,000, according to
WKNP
9/11/2017

France's busiest port , Boulougne-sur-Mer, sits just across the English Channel from Britain, in the Calais region. Seagulls glide above scores of brightly painted boats docking to unload the catch of the day — mainly sole but also cod, roussette, c

Background: Methylmercury (MeHg) is a known neurotoxicant. Emerging evidence indicates it may have adverse effects on the neurological and other body systems at common low levels of exposure. Impacts of MeHg exposure could vary by individual suscept

Whales and dolphins all over the world are threatened by human activities. They become entangled in fishing gear, collide with boats, and are affected by pollution from coastal development. Overfishing depletes their food source, threatening some wi



Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar solar-plus-storage microgrid in Kansas City

Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar


Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification

Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification


Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New, Green Shine

Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New,


Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China

Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China


New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout strategy

New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout