Natural Resources

| RoundupNM fire information after the fire

USFS Southwest Region | September 20, 2022 Punky Moore, [email protected] This roundup is intended to keep you informed of progress on National Forest System lands affected by wildfires in 2022. Primary federal responsibilities for salvage on National Forest System lands rest with the USDA Forest Service (FS) and for private …

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Harvard Award Recognized ColdHubs

NIGERIA: A company that provides solar-powered cold rooms for perishable foods in Nigeria has won an award from Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. ColdHubs Ltd is the winner of the Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership 2022, an award presented biennially by the Environment and Natural …

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Auburn board passes budget with strong support from Auburn employees

Body of the article In a show of significant support for Auburn employee investment, the Auburn University Board of Trustees accepted its largest budget yet — $1.593 billion — for fiscal year 2023 during of its meeting on September 16. The new budget, which begins Oct. 1, is up $64.2 …

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Billionaire owner of Patagonia donates company to fight climate crisis | American News

Setting another example of environmental leadership, the billionaire owner of Patagonia is giving the whole company to fight the Earth’s climate devastation, he announced on Wednesday. Patagonia Founder Yvon Chouinard, Who Turned His Passion For Climbing Into One Of The World’s Most Successful Sportswear Brands, Turns The Whole Company Over …

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Clues to Russia’s Future in South Africa’s Sanctions Past

For a Bloomberg Economics report on 10 lessons from South Africa’s sanctions of the 1980s, please click here. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Allied nations have unleashed a series of sanctions so swift and far-reaching that there are no real precedents. Even, say, restrictions on Iran or Venezuela – two …

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Environmental agencies and volunteers clear Red Sea shores of plastic waste

Employees of the Egyptian Ministry of Environment in the Red Sea Governorate, alongside volunteers, NGOs and the Scouts Association celebrated world cleanup day clearing beaches of plastic waste and debris. The activities included the collection of a large amount of garbage and marine litter and transporting it to the ecological …

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California planned to shut down its last nuclear power plant by 2025. What happened?

Four years ago, California regulators approved a proposal to decommission the state’s last operating nuclear facility, the 2.2 GW Diablo Canyon power plant by 2025. This month, however, lawmakers scrambled during the final hours of the legislative session to pass a bill – Senate Bill 846 – to preserve the …

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Faribault County Receives Update from MRN | News, Sports, Jobs

TERRE BLEUE– Members of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) attended the Faribault County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday to review the department’s activities in the county. “Our mission is to work with the people of Minnesota to conserve and manage the state’s natural resources, to …

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Egypt steps up green initiatives ahead of COP27

CAIRO — Egypt has recently launched a series of environmental campaigns and initiatives as part of its preparations for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), which it will host in Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7. On August 20, the Central Administration for Nature Protection, affiliated with the Ministry …

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2022-2023 Maryland Migratory Game Bird Hunting Begins

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the state’s 2022-2023 migratory game bird hunting seasons. Bag limits, season dates and shooting times can be found in the Maryland Hunting and Trapping Guide. “Hunters in Maryland look forward to September as September marks the start of the fall hunting season,” said …

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Director of Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSE:CNQ) sells C$21,112.00 worth of shares

Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSE:CNQ – Get a rating) (NYSE:CNQ) Director Stephen W. Laut sold 280 shares of the company in a trade on Monday, August 29. The shares were sold at an average price of CA$75.40, for a total transaction of CA$21,112.00. Following completion of the transaction, the administrator …

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Proposal would use $566,000 in settlement funds for ABCWUA sewage disposal project

Settlement funding to remediate groundwater at two Superfund sites in Albuquerque could be used to partially fund the Albuquerque County Bernalillo Wastewater Reclamation Plant Outfall Restoration Project. The Office of Natural Resources Trustee is seeking public comment on a proposal to use $566,000 of remaining settlement money in the Atchison …

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Nebraska Agricultural Innovation | Office of Governor Pete Ricketts

Nebraska Agricultural Innovation By Governor Pete Ricketts August 26, 2022 Governor’s Official Photo here. Nebraska is a land of pioneers. Our state was settled by hardy settlers who ventured across the windswept prairies in search of opportunity. While we often celebrate the courage and determination of these early Nebraskans, they …

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California is about to switch to clean vehicles

WASHINGTON — California regulators are expected to vote tomorrow on the new Advanced Clean Cars program, which would put the nation’s most populous state on a path to 100 percent emission-free car sales by 2035. California’s action will open the way for other states to adopt these standards as well. …

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Cox cabinet pick expected to resign Utah House seat

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah Democrats are demanding Governor Spencer Cox’s pick to head the Department of Natural Resources resign his legislative seat and withdraw from the November ballot, saying it violates the state’s constitution. state for him to serve in both roles. Cox chose Republican State Rep. Joel …

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White House taps UNM law professor as senior EPA adviser: UNM Newsroom

UNM Law School professor Cliff Villa was invited by the administration of President Joe Biden to serve as a political appointee to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As a senior adviser to the EPA’s Office of Land and Emergency Management, Villa’s expertise will come into play around the …

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Murkowski and Sullivan congratulate Santos on his decision to invest in the Pikka project

16.08.22 U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan (both R-Alaska) released the following statements today welcoming Santos’ announcement that he has approved a $2.6 billion investment for Phase 1 of his project Pikka on the North Slope of Alaska. “This is great news for Alaska that will strengthen our economy …

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Four new professors join the College of Natural Resources and the Environment | VTX

In the spring, Elizabeth “Beth” Nyboer, a freshwater ecologist and conservation social scientist, will join the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation as an assistant professor. Nyboer’s research explores how anthropogenic stressors affect freshwater ecosystems and the fish, fisheries and fishing communities they support. “My specific areas of interest include …

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Harriet Hageman: From friend to foe to Liz Cheney, Trump candidate takes command of Wyoming race

“I’m going to reclaim the only congressional seat in Wyoming from this Virginian who currently holds it,” Hageman likes to say, putting aside the Cheney family’s deep roots in the state and suggesting the three-term congresswoman is better off. comfortable in the suburbs of Washington. These days, signs of trouble …

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Press Release: State and Federal Agencies Announce New Signatories to Agreement to Improve River and Landscape Health 8.11.2022

For immediate release:August 11, 2022 Sacramento – Five other local water agencies have signed an agreement to provide water flows and new habitat to help improve conditions in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta watershed, adding momentum at the state level to adapt to a new climate reality. In March, leaders …

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Egypt does not face energy shortage, has sufficient reserves to meet needs: ministry

CAIRO – August 10, 2022: The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity has affirmed that Egypt does not face any energy shortages and has sufficient reserves to meet energy needs. The ministry’s remarks come after the government announced a strict plan to rationalize energy consumption, including reducing street lighting and regulating the …

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Department of Lands and Natural Resources

08/05/2022 – NEW DESIGNATED NATURE AREA RESERVE IN SOUTH KONA Posted on August 5, 2022 in Forestry and wildlife, Press releases, slider DAVID Y.IGEGOVERNOR SUZANNE D CASEPRESIDENT For Immediate Release: August 5, 2022 NEW DESIGNATED NATURE AREA RESERVE IN SOUTH KONA Waiea is the first new reservation established on the …

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New executive director encourages protection of area’s natural resources – St George News

ST. GEORGE- A passion for the outdoors led the new executive director of Conserve Southwest Utah to give up her career and move to St. George. Although a successful civil engineer specializing in water resources engineering in California, Holly Snow Canada felt something was missing. Holly Snow Canada and her …

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Canadian Natural (CNQ) will publish its second quarter results: what are we waiting for? – August 2, 2022

Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNQ Quick QuoteCNQ – Free Report) is expected to release second quarter results on August 4. Zacks’ current consensus estimate for the quarter to report is earnings of $2.08 per share on revenue of $7.8 billion. Let’s take a look at the factors that may have …

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David Y.Ige | DLNR Press Release: Polihale State Park to Reopen for Overnight Camping

DLNR Press Release: Polihale State Park to Reopen for Overnight Camping Published on Jul 29, 2022 in Latest news from the department, Press room (HONOLULU) – More than two years after closing, due to COVID concerns and issues of overuse and abuse, Polihale State Park will reopen to overnight camping …

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Husqvarna and GreenSight Partner to Launch First Major Golf and Sports Course Management Software Integrating Autonomous Mowing Systems

Husqvarna, a world leader in the design and manufacture of outdoor equipment, pioneered robotic mowing and changed the way professionals maintain their lawn with the iconic Husqvarna Automower.Ⓡ and Husqvarna CEORA robotic mowers. GreenSight, a leader in robotics for agriculture and defense, defines the benefits of everyday drone imaging in …

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Musang King Farm Violates Terms of Gunung Inas Forest Farm Project, Minister Says

Energy and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan speaks during a question and answer session at Dewan Rakyat in Kuala Lumpur on July 20, 2022. – Bernama pic By Radzi Razak Tuesday, July 26, 2022 11:57 AM MYT KUALA LUMPUR, July 26 – Musang King was not one of …

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Forest Stewardship Bill to Overturn ‘Cottonwood Decision’ Passes Senate Committee

Touted by the Montana congressional delegation as a top forest management priority, a move to overturn a federal appeals court decision known as the “Cottonwood decision” has been passed by a key committee of the US Senate, signaling a potential reversal of the 2015 mandate according to critics. has had …

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WTW strengthens its North American natural resources arm

Matt Gelotti has been named Managing Director and Growth Leader, Natural Resources, CRB North America. Gelotti was previously a business development manager at Aon’s office in Houston. Chris Mulvey joins the company as Managing Director and Head of Client Management, Natural Resources, CRB North America. Mulvey was previously responsible for …

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Fishing mentorship offered by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Fishing mentorship offered by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources July 20, 2022 Students and young adults can benefit from free instruction and equipment Photo by Tristan Bapst The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invites students and adults ages 18 and older to free supervised fishing training and practice …

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Alberta responds to federal government proposal to cap oil and gas emissions – Red Deer Advocate

The Alberta government has responded to the federal government’s proposal to cap oil and gas emissions. The federal government is proposing to use an industry-specific cap-and-trade system or a modified carbon pricing system to cap emissions from the oil and gas sector and reduce them by nearly 40% by by …

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Fishing in downtown Des Moines seems as old as the city

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Anyone with at least a casual understanding of fishing knows that places where one stream meets another tend to be productive spots. One of them is where the Raccoon River joins the Des Moines River – what the locals call the confluence. Centuries before they …

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Minister ignores concerns of Wolastoqey chiefs as he unveils new protected Crown land

The New Brunswick government has identified 90,000 hectares of Crown land that it says is now protected from timber harvesting, agriculture and mining. But the selection of 84 sites unveiled Thursday by the Minister of Natural Resources and Energy Development, Mike Holland, is already under fire from Wolastoqey chiefs, who …

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North Platte NRD Set to Host Annual Water Expo | Education

Jackson Swank, 6, blows a giant bubble at the North Platte Natural Resources District Water Show in August 2019. Kamie Stephen/Star-Herald The North Platte Natural Resource District (NRD) is gearing up for a free day of family fun and learning on July 16th. The annual Water Expo will be held …

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Q2 2022 EPS estimates for Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSE:CNQ) reduced by Stifel Firstegy

Canadian Natural Resources Limited (IS: CNQ – Get a rating) (NYSE:CNQ) – Equity researchers at Stifel Firstegy cut their Q2 2022 earnings per share estimates for Canadian Natural Resources shares in a research note released to investors on Thursday, July 7. Stifel Firstegy analyst R. Fitzmartyn now expects the company …

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SWOT Analysis of Anthracite Mining Market by 2028

New Jersey, United States – The Anthracite mining market The research report aims to provide a quick overview of the overall industry performance and important new trends. Important information, as well as conclusions, latest key drivers and constraints, are also described here. A wide range of quantitative and qualitative techniques …

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Invasive plant disease identified in Michigan poses threat to beech trees

LANSING, Michigan – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is alerting residents to an invasive plant disease detected in the state. We are told that beech leaf disease was discovered in St. Clair County in the spring. The DNR explains that beech leaf disease is linked to a microscopic …

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State Director of Natural Resources implores Rainbows to employ Leave No Trace

Colorado Department of Natural Resources Executive Director Dan Gibbs, far right, speaks during a stop in Pearl Lake during a drought impacts tour highlighting the dangers of wildfires in forest in August 2021.Suzie Romig / Steamboat Pilot and Today Colorado Department of Natural Resources Executive Director Dan Gibbs said Friday …

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Partners Leverage Resources to Improve Recreation Access and Opportunity in Georgia

TGOF forged the partnership between the USDA Forest Service, Georgia Recreational Trail Riders Association (GARTRA), and Yamaha Motor Corporation which provided funding for its Outdoors Access Initiative (OAI). Yamaha has also encouraged its employees, company-wide, to participate in the six (6) volunteer work days scheduled until the last Saturday in …

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Air Products to Showcase Industrial Gas Solutions at Specialty & Agro Chemicals America

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa., June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Air Products (NYSE:APD) will showcase industrial gas solutions and technologies for the agrochemical and specialty chemical markets at Specialty & Agro Chemicals America in June 28-30 at Belmond Charleston Place at Charleston, South Carolina. Attendees are invited to stop by Air Products …

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The best bird watching in Windy City Chicago

Along Lake Michigan, Chicago’s iconic skyline, beaches and parks not only attract millions of visitors each year, but also millions of birds, especially during spring and fall migrations. The city ranks among the best bird watching destinations in the country due to its abundance of fresh water and its location …

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Secretary Vilsack directs USDA Forest Service to take bold action to restore forests, improve resilience and curb climate change

WASHINGTON, June 23, 2022 – Today, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack issued a memorandum to the USDA Forest Service directing the agency to take bold steps to restore forests, improve resilience and address the crisis climatic. Secretary Vilsack made his announcement in recorded remarks at the first 1t.org US Chapter Summit …

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Reviews | Pass the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

We are not apart from nature. We are part of it. Whatever happens to the air spotted owls breathe, the water and soil that feed the forests they live in, it also happens to the air we breathe, the trees that filter the carbon we we produce, to the water …

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Thinking About Trading Options – GuruFocus.com

NEW YORK, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — InvestorsObserver issues critical PriceWatch alerts for AAPL, GE, HES, CI and PXD. Click on a link below, then choose between a detailed options trade ideas report or a stock score report. Options Report – Ideal trading ideas on up to seven different options …

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Anne Arundel, state officials stress water and boat safety as many head to bay and rivers – Baltimore Sun

As residents of Anne Arundel County seek relief from the heat by swimming and boating in local lakes, rivers and beaches, the risk of drowning is heightened, renewing the importance of community safety. water and boats, county and state officials say. Last year, Maryland reported six fatal boating accidents, down …

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Flooding and bridge collapses reported at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness National Park

ONTONAGON, MI – Severe flooding is affecting one of Michigan’s most popular state parks. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reports flooding on many roads inside and outside Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, as well as several washed-out bridges throughout the park in Ontonagon and Gogebic. The DNR is asking …

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Young people play an important role in the protection, conservation of natural resources

Cambodia’s rich biodiversity and natural resources need to be nurtured and protected by the people of the country, especially the Cambodian youth. In addition to the participation of the people and the youth, national and international organizations have also contributed to the maintenance and protection of natural resources in Cambodia. …

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Faculty, students leased to UAM

The University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Forestry, Agriculture and Natural Resources (CFANR) recently celebrated the outstanding contributions and achievements of its students, staff, and faculty. The honors were presented at the CFANR Outdoor Picnic at the Clippert Forest Resources Annex. “Student awards were based on faculty votes on …

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DCNR Highlights How Stimulus Funds Could Help Address Bald Eagle State Forest Infrastructure Needs

Coburn, Pennsylvania – Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Assistant Secretary John Norbeck visited Bald Eagle State Forest in Center County today to highlight the need to rehabilitate the Coburn Pedestrian Bridge in across Penns Creek and draw attention to how using federal stimulus funds could address outdated facilities …

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MNR will temporarily close the East Bay Hubbard Lake boating access site in Alcona County starting Monday

The East Bay Hubbard Lake boating access site in Alcona County will temporarily close starting Monday, June 13 for site improvements that will make it safer for boaters to enter and exit Hubbard Lake. some water. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will replace all deteriorated concrete ramp boards. Work …

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PA House leader calls for corporate tax reform in new state budget

The late US Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis has called states the “laboratories of democracy”. That still being the case, Harrisburg policymakers would do well to note how the current situation is being rated by other state governors — and, in turn, chart a new course by enacting growth-friendly tax …

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NOTICE: We only have one Earth! Let’s act together to preserve resources, decarbonize the economy and make the transition to sustainable development

The theme for this year’s World Environment Day – “One Earth‘ – was also the slogan of the 1972 Stockholm Conference – the first world conference on the environment. Fifty years from now, as we face the climate emergency, the actions we take today will determine how our future generation …

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How nature could change the way we do business

A hot cup of coffee is the perfect start to the day for millions of people around the world. But taking that first sip, it’s easy to forget all the work that went into bringing it to the table. From farmers growing and harvesting the coffee plants to milling and …

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Alfa Laval and SSAB join forces to produce the first heat exchanger made from fossil-free steel

LUND, Sweden, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Alfa Laval has signed an agreement with SSAB, Sweden’s global steel company, to collaborate in the development and commercialization of the world’s first heat exchanger to be made from fossil-free steel. The goal is to have the first unit made with low hydrogen …

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It’s time to seize the hint

Why do Bomoseen Lake Association board members continue to pursue herbicide treatments for our water bodies while ignoring the opposition of thousands of local and state residents? Selection committees in Castleton, Fair Haven, Hubbardton and now Shrewsbury have voted against the use of chemicals in our natural resources, and that …

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Know Before You Go! NM Fire Information

As we come together to honor our fallen heroes this Memorial Day weekend and throughout the summer, support firefighters and protect your community by preventing any further wildfires. We know of historic levels of fire danger and restrictions and closures are in place in many areas of the state to …

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EPA, Biden Admin Block Alaska Rights, Threaten Alaska’s Entire Mining Industry – Mike Dunleavy

The Biden administration’s latest action under the federal Clean Water Act against Project Pebble would prevent the project from even having a chance to go through a fair and comprehensive permitting process. Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy is warning Alaskans of the implications for Alaska’s mining industry as a whole. “Mining …

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Wyss Conservation Scholars Program Offers Renewed Commitment to Land Conservation in the United States – The NAU Review

Created out of deep respect for the landscapes of the American West, the Wyss Foundation renews its commitment to support NAU graduate scholarships in the Master of Environmental Science and Policy program. This conservation leadership program has supported 35 NAU graduate students, and this new award will support three more …

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Passion in the spotlight on May 28 and 29 | News, Sports, Jobs

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth and final in a series for the Art Trail Hub Crawl, which takes place May 28-29. As artists, we do personal work. The annual studio and gallery tour of the Chautauqua Lake Erie Art Trail is an opportunity to visit places where we live …

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Lebanese designer Alexandra Hakim uses natural resources to make jewelry

BELGRADE: “I like the idea of ​​not having too many chances.” Thorben Beeken, the German half of electronic music duo Shkoon, relishes the visceral and spontaneous nature of the live performance. His teammate Ameen Khayer, who met Beeken in Hamburg in 2015 after seeking asylum as a civil war refugee …

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Blue Lakes Fire now 60% contained; estimated at 2,710 acres | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy photo Smoke from the Blue Lakes Fire billows from the forest in an aerial image taken by a fire spotter aircraft. A wildfire in Montmorency and Cheboygan counties is approximately 60% contained today, as Michigan Department of Natural Resources fire crews and local partners …

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SC Department of Natural Resources: Leave the ‘lost fawns’ alone

SC Department of Natural Resources If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, according to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. His mother did not abandon him; she’s probably nearby. Removing a fawn from the forest is also illegal because the animal is taken …

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Tribute to current conservation officers who died during National Police Week; memorial dedication tuesday in roscommon

Serving as a Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer is a physically and mentally demanding career that requires tremendous commitment from officers and their families. During National Police Week (May 15-21) – and especially National Day of Remembrance for Peace Officers this Sunday – the DNR is proud to …

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Michigan Recycling Coalition EGLE Celebrates Progress Over 40 Years

From the Bottle Bill to the Trash-O-Meter to expanding curbside recycling, the Michigan Recycling Coalition (MRC) is celebrating its 40and milestone year this year. The anniversary will be celebrated today at the MRC’s 40th Annual Conference at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing. The MRC is committed to fostering sustainability …

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Tuolumne County Wood Products Processing Facility Expands

Planned facility for Golden State Natural Resources Jamestown, CA – A group is moving forward with efforts to build a facility at Chinese Camp that will house biomass and produce wood pellets. Golden State Natural Resources is a non-profit organization established in 2018 with the goal of improving forest health, …

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NM Chaco supporters rally for protections against drilling / Public News Service

At a rally today in Santa Fe, thousands of comments regarding a proposed withdrawal of new oil and gas drilling leases near New Mexico Chaco Culture National Historical Park will be submitted to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). After considerable pressure from conservation groups, a proposal to ban future …

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Pioneer Natural Resources posts $2 billion in first-quarter profit

Pioneer Natural Resources reported its highest quarterly profit in more than two years on Wednesday as the price of West Texas crude oil soared, in part due to the war between Russia and Ukraine. . The Dallas-based company – which operates exclusively in the Permian Basin – reported profits of …

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Guyana, Exxon discuss pipeline to bring natgas ashore – minister

HOUSTON, May 3 (Reuters) – Guyana has started talks with Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) to build an offshore pipeline of more than 190 km (120 miles) of natural gas, the Minister of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday. Natural Resources Vickram Bharrat at Offshore. Technology conference in Houston. Guyana, a small …

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Amendments to the natural gas network operating code – natural gas on the energy exchange – Commentary

On December 29, 2021, the Greek Energy Regulatory Authority (RAE) issued a decision(1) on the Seventh Amendments to the Natural Gas System Operation Code (the Code). The Code includes amendments regarding the operation of the natural gas trading platform by the Hellenic Energy Exchange (HEnEx). The modifications were initially proposed …

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MNR expects a “normal” wildfire season for 2022. Here’s what that means

With fire season still months away, the Department of Natural Resources and others are already working to prepare. SEATTLE — The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is preparing for what it expects to be a “normal” wildfire season in 2022, but even so, fire activity is still expected on both …

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Gum arabic: depletion of natural resources or chance for sustainable development?

Also known as acacia gum, this wild-harvested product is added to bind ingredients in many foods, medicines, cosmetics, and even inks and paints. It is made from the hardened sap of various species of acacia, including Senegal Senegal, native to many countries in sub-Saharan Africa. These trees are vital in …

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Swedish insurer replaces natural resource funds BlackRock with Pictet Timber

Swedish insurance and pensions giant Länsförsäkringar ditched two BlackRock natural resource funds over sustainability concerns and replaced them with the Pictet Timber fund. Länsförsäkringar Fondliv, a subsidiary of Länsförsäkringar that offers a selection of funds for personal retirement savers, removed BlackRock World Mining and BlackRock Natural Resources from its fund …

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State Council Approves New Ozone Emissions Rules for Oil and Natural Gas Wells

This article was originally published by NM Policy Report. After a long discussion, the Environmental Improvement Board adopted rules on ozone precursors on April 13. The week-long hearing involved in-depth discussions on each article and rule changes. The EIB voted on each section and definition. These rules apply to oil …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 4.22.22

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Christopher Calfee, 46, of Sacramento, has been named special adviser to the secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency. Calfee has served as assistant secretary for legal affairs and general counsel at the California Natural Resources Agency since 2017. He …

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County Council to hold redistricting hearing | News, Sports, Jobs

NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to review plans to redraw county council districts based on the most recent population figures from the 2020 census. In addition, Commissioners will establish an election cycle to stagger the terms of Commissioners. The public …

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President’s Distinguished Service Award 2022 | Humboldt NOW

Cal Poly Humboldt President Tom Jackson, Jr. honored Eileen Cashman (Professor of Environmental Resources Engineering), Nichole Muñoz-Murillo (Deputy Legislative Secretary in Governor Newsom’s Office), Jason Ramos (member of the Blue Lake Rancheria Tribal Council)and Gary Rynearson (Forestry Instructor) with the 2022 President’s Distinguished Service Award for their meritorious contributions to …

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Screenings organized for the episodes filmed in Arkansas of “America’s Forests with Chuck Leavell”

James Edward Mills Chuck Leavell, host of “America’s Forests with Chuck Leavell,” right, floats down the Buffalo National River with Arkansas State Forester Joe Fox, left. Two episodes of the PBS series were filmed in Arkansas last year. PBS series episodes filmed in Arkansas The Forests of …

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Watch Now: Don’t Let April Showers Put You Off Outdoor Adventure | Lifestyles

BLOOMINGTON — It’s raining, it’s raining, but staying home is boring. Exploring the outdoors has definitely been a challenge this spring. Even if it’s not raining, the trails are rough with mud holes waiting to suck the shoes off your feet – or so it seems. But if you only …

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ODNR to Honor the State’s Most Dedicated Environmental Defenders | Local News

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is now accepting nominations for the 2022 Ohio Natural Resources Hall of Fame. Applicants must have demonstrated a commitment to conservation and improving the quality of life in Ohio. For more than 50 years, the Ohio Natural Resources Hall of Fame …

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Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Website: https://www.cincinnatistate.edu/Type of college: 2-year community collegeCampus address: 3520 Central Parkway Cincinnati, OH 45223Registration: 110Full-time course (excluding room and board): $5,000 to $15,000 per yearAgricultural specialties: Sustainable Agriculture Management, Sustainable Horticulture, Landscape Management, Turf ManagementMajor natural resources: Sustainable horticultureAg/natural resource majors added in the last 5 years: Sustainable Agriculture Management …

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Natural resources in the treatment of diabetes mellitus

Despite all the therapeutic advances, diabetes remains a significant cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. There are many substances available to maintain and cure diabetes, but no complete recovery from diabetes has been reported. By Maria Daud*1̽, Wafa Majeed1, Ambreen Mehmood Awan1, Mahnoor syed1, Introduction: Different synthetic substances such as …

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Army agrees to $1.5m settlement over pollution at former munitions site

SANTA FE — The U.S. military has reached an agreement with Zuni Pueblo, the Navajo Nation and the state of New Mexico to pay $1.5 million to repair environmental damage to an old munitions dump. The proposed settlement filed in federal court relates to Fort Wingate, a former Army installation …

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Biden will mine oil reserves, hoping to drive down gasoline prices.

“The effect on prices will likely be short-term,” David Goldwyn, who was a senior State Department official in the Obama administration, said of Mr. Biden’s announcement. “But part of the benefit of this release is that it will provide a gateway to new physical supply coming online in the second …

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Alfa Laval wins its largest ever order from one of the world’s largest breweries

LUND, Sweden, March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Alfa Laval has won its largest ever order to supply brewery systems to Golden Brewery, the largest brewery in United States (and the second largest in the world). With a value of 670 million Swedish crowns the order includes a state-of-the-art cold block …

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Open Space Plan for Richmond: Voters, the Choice is Yours | Berkshires Center

RICHMOND – Should the city’s open spaces, including the Berkshire Natural Resources Council’s Hollow Fields reserve, be accessible to the public by right for recreation and for educational and research activities with minimal restrictions? Or should special permits be required for organized and promoted public activities? It’s the controversy to …

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Coal India, ShenHua, BHP Billiton, China Coal Energy, Anglo, Alpha Natural Resources, Rio Tinto, Inner Mongolia Yitai Coal – ChattTenn Sports

the Extraction of coal, lignite and anthracite The report is an in-depth examination of the overall global Coal, Lignite, and Anthracite consumption structure, development trends, sales techniques, and major nations’ sales. The research covers well-known vendors in the global coal, lignite, and anthracite mining industry along with market segmentation, competition, …

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Kuwait, among the hottest places in the world, lags behind on climate action

JAHRA, Kuwait (AP) — It was so hot in Kuwait last summer that birds fell dead from the sky. Seahorses boiled to death in the bay. Dead clams covered the rocks, their shells cracking open as if steamed. Kuwait has reached a scorching 53.2 degrees Celsius (127.7 degrees Fahrenheit), making …

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Barclays adjusts price target on Pioneer Natural Resources to $295 from $236, reiterates overweight rating

Newswires MT 2022 All news from PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES COMPANY Analyst Recommendations for PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES COMPANY 2022 sales 18,867 million – – 2022 net income 6,151M – – Net debt 2022 1,491 million – – PER 2022 ratio …

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