Monthly Archives: September 2021

Following the approval of the long-term development plan, the campus invites local leaders to collaborate on a framework for sustainable implementation

UC Santa Cruz called on city and county leaders to help develop a sustainable implementation framework after UC Regents approved the 2021 Long-Term Campus Development Plan today. Chancellor Cynthia Larive said UC Santa Cruz will continue to work closely with elected officials to balance the need for access to education for California students with community concerns, especially around housing, to …

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Riverkeeper chooses new leader at pivotal moment

People look out over the Hudson River and New York City. | AP Photo ALBANY – Riverkeeper, a historic organization that started with a patrol boat to catch polluters on the Hudson River, has selected its first female leader. Tracy Brown, regional director of water protection at Save the Sound, will become president and Hudson Riverkeeper of the nonprofit on …

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Recycle collection changes to adapt to supply chain challenges

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Waste Management is making changes to adapt to supply chain issues caused by the pandemic. As part of these changes, the company has decided to conduct a recycling collection every two weeks. It’s a change that public sector director John Blessing says will ease the demands for trucking on the streets. “We have been able to …

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The environment affects baseball. These players want to help.

Flying all over North America every week is part of Major League status. The Milwaukee Brewers, for example, have traveled as far as San Diego and Miami as part of their 162-game regular season this year. Now multiply that by 30 teams in Major League Baseball. Brewers reliever Brent Suter can’t help but think about the amount of fuel burned …

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Building the foundations for successful green diplomacy

Taking concrete steps to improve the environmental footprint of the Tri-Mission in Rome is smart diplomacy. BY KENNETH L. MEYER This “green” parking lot made of grass and cobblestones helps disperse heat and makes it easier to manage rainwater during stormy events.US Department of State / Tri-Mission Italy President Joe Biden has made tackling the climate crisis a national security …

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Irish Water approves modernization of 21 wastewater treatment plants

Irish Water has approved work to modernize 21 wastewater treatment plants, which the utility says will unlock growth and development in small towns and villages across the state. The upgrade of small wastewater treatment plants follows repeated fines against the company for incidents involving wastewater discharges in recent years. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), raw sewage from more …

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Tampa Bay Nutrient Red Tide Algae Study Gets Financial Support

Scientists studying how to reduce the nutrients that fuel algal blooms in Tampa Bay will soon start collecting data, and they now have funding to help fund their research. Members of University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences have been in partnership with Mote Marine Laboratory for months to prepare for their study on nitrogen in rainwater, stormwater …

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Beginning of trade on the UK-Norway power cable, with both markets facing constraints

Workers lay a NordLink submarine interconnect power cable to connect Norway and Germany in the Vollesfjord fjord near Flekkefjord, Norway, May 31, 2018. REUTERS / Lefteris Karagiannopoulos // File Photo OSLO, September 30 (Reuters) – Nordic power exchange Nord Pool will hold its first auction on Thursday to trade electricity on a recently launched interconnector between Norway and Britain as …

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Waste, (WM) gains 1.12% to close at $ 151.60 on September 29

Last prize $ Last trade Switch $ Percentage of change % Open $ Previous Close $ High $ moo $ 52 weeks high $ 52 weeks low $ Market capitalization P / E ratio Volume To exchange WM – Market data and news To exchange Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM), a Houston, Texas firm, gained to close at $ 151.60 …

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