Natural Resources

Thor appoints Osam Iyahen to board

NOT FOR UNITED STATES DISTRIBUTION OR FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES WIRE SERVICES VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Thor Explorations Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: THX) (“Thor“or the”Company”) Is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Osam Iyahen to the Board of Directors of the Company, with immediate …

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Northern Michigan wildfire continues to burn on day three, now 78% contained

WEXFORD COUNTY, MI – A wildfire that engulfed hundreds of acres of state forest land continues to burn in northern Michigan for the third day as firefighters work to contain it. As of Thursday afternoon, May 27, the Colfax fire in County Wexford was 78% under control and burned about …

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UPEC presents a conference tonight | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE – The Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition is presenting a conference tonight on “How to avoid replacing our old pollution problems with new ones”, according to a press release from UPEC. “Over 90% of the global economy continues to use natural resources in unsustainable ways. The linear approach to the …

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Biden’s infrastructure plans could boost clean energy deals

United States: Biden’s infrastructure plans could boost clean energy deals To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. On March 31, 2021, President Biden proposed the United States Jobs Plan (“Biden’s Plan I”), a $ 2.3 trillion infrastructure plan to invest in roads, transportation, water, broadband and clean …

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CAC Specialty Recruits Global Energy Group from Beecher Carlson

CAC Specialty hired 14 former employees of Beecher Carlson Insurance Services LLC who worked with its global energy practice, the broker said Tuesday. The new recruits are: -Andrea Ash, Eugene, Executive Vice President based in Oregon, COO of Natural Resources Division of CAC, formerly COO of Global Energy Division of …

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Michigan lawmakers try to block local governments from making energy choices

LANSING – Michigan lawmakers are considering a bill (HB 4575) that would prohibit local state governments from making choices regarding the continued use of fossil gas in homes and buildings, limiting their options to meet needs health, energy and economics of their residents. The bill would prohibit towns and villages …

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Minerva Intelligence, in partnership with 4DM, to design a new national hydrographic data model for Natural Resources Canada

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 25, 2021 / CNW / – Minerva Intelligence Inc. (TSXV: MVAI) (“Minerva” or the “Company”), an artificial intelligence company focused on knowledge engineering, in partnership with 4DM Inc. (“4DM”), is pleased to announce the signing of a contract with Natural Resources Canada (“NRCan”) to design an …

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Wolves scare deer, reduce car crashes by 24%, study finds

WASHINGTON – Environmentalist Rolf Peterson remembers driving isolated stretches of road in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and seeing areas strewn with deer carcasses. But that changed after the arrival of gray wolves to the region from Canada and Minnesota. “When wolves moved in in the 1990s and 2000s, collisions between deer …

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Munezero soaks up a water-centric experience in Nebraska

Lincoln, Neb. —Sarah Munezero, originally from Rwanda, hopes to return to “the land of a thousand hills” to help agriculture thrive while ensuring the sustainability of water resources. Munezero, who graduated in May 2021 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Integrated Science and Mechanized Systems Management, is a self-proclaimed water …

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Newsom government caught between key Democratic blocs over oil setbacks – NBC Bay Area

California Governor Gavin Newsom has set some of the country’s most ambitious goals to wean its state off oil, including a ban on the sale of new gasoline cars by 2035 and ending oil production a decade longer. late. But in the short term, it’s a rule-making process in one …

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