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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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David Y.Ige | DLNR press release: SPECIAL SHEEP CONTROL HUNTING LĀNAʻI MOUFLON 2022

DLNR press release: SPECIAL SHEEP CONTROL HUNTING LĀNAʻI MOUFLON 2022 Published on March 15, 2022 in Latest news from the department, Press room (Lānaʻi City) – The DLNR (DOFAW) Forestry and Wildlife Division announces a special Lānaʻi Mouflon sheep control hunt in 2022. Hunting days will be Saturdays and Sundays …

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9/11 Trail Through Bucks County Gets Designation

PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn speaking Friday. Credit: AP Internet News Service On Friday, state and local authorities celebrated the official designation of the National September 11 Memorial Trail as a major statewide greenway. During the morning event at Washington Crossing Park, on the …

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Death of a natural resources pioneer | Country News

Well Considered: Bill O’Kane with his dogs Aussie and Bella in August 2020. Photo by Rodney Braithwaite The funeral of former Goulburn Valley Chief Natural Resources Officer Bill O’Kane was held at St Brendan’s Church, Shepparton on Friday March 11. Mr O’Kane died in Shepparton on Monday March 7, along …

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Drought conditions reported in Hawaii

Most of Hawaii is experiencing drought conditions when more rain is expected, the state Department of Lands and Natural Resources said. This is the time of year when rain should be plentiful, DLNR said in a news release today, but all of the major Hawaiian islands are experiencing at least …

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Mayslake Peabody Estate will close in May for renovations

The century-old Mayslake Hall at the Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook is set to close for exterior renovations. The 1920s Tudor Revival mansion will largely close for a year from May 31. The DuPage Forest Reserve District has operated Mayslake and its surrounding 89-acre Forest Reserve since 1993. According …

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New bill to tackle western wildfire crisis

A federal infrastructure bill passed last year will help solve the “wildfire crisis” in the West, including Mount Charleston, officials said Friday. Speaking at a news conference at the Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway, Homer Wilkes, undersecretary of agriculture for natural resources and the environment, said wildfires were a “major” concern …

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Protect the ocean, land

The mouth of the Yellow River is home to wetlands of international importance and has been designated for World Heritage status. It is a key spawning, wintering, feeding and migrating area for marine species, as well as a breeding and wintering ground for rare and endangered birds such as the …

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Stop the invasion of carp in the Great Lakes

As congressional committees begin to debate the Water Resources Development Act, our representatives must keep in mind the need to address the looming threat of invasive carp to the Great Lakes – the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth and one of our country’s greatest natural resources. Invasive carp, …

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Tajikistan to protect its natural resources and increase its climate resilience, with support from the World Bank [EN/RU] – Tajikistan

$45 million investment will support landscape restoration, sustainable use of natural resources and climate change mitigation practices WASHINGTON, February 25, 2022 – The Board of Directors of the World Bank today approved $45 million in grant financing from the International Development Association (IDA) for the RESILAND CA+ Program: Tajikistan Resilient …

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Trans Mountain Oil expansion costs jump 70%, but government pledges to continue

The construction cost estimate for the half-completed Trans Mountain (TMX) pipeline expansion has jumped 70% to C$21.4 billion ($17 billion) and its completion target has been delayed almost a year until the end of 2023. The Canadian government-owned oil conduit attributed the increase and decrease in the schedule, disclosed Friday …

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New Mexico reaches tentative agreement on Gold King mine spill

FARMINGTON — The New Mexico attorney general’s office said an agreement in principle has been reached to settle the state’s claims in the lawsuit filed in 2016 over the Gold King mine spill. On February 16, the US Department of Justice notified the US District Court in Albuquerque of the …

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David Y.Ige | DLNR Press Release: KAUA’I VISITORS BUREAU AND DLNR HOST A VIRTUAL SEMINAR FOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS

DLNR Press Release: KAUA’I VISITORS BUREAU AND DLNR HOST A VIRTUAL SEMINAR FOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS Published on February 18, 2022 in Latest news from the department, Press room (LĪHUʻE) – After filing countless complaints over several years regarding illegal or unauthorized wedding photography on county and state lands, commercial photographers …

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Natural Resources Committee – Week 6, 2022

SF-2138 – Turkey hunting with shotguns SF-2138 requires the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to allow a person who hunts turkeys with a license that authorizes the use of a shotgun to use a .410 caliber shotgun or a caliber shotgun 28 to only fire shots no smaller than size 10. …

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Meet Arizona’s “Lizard Lassoer”: Dr. Earyn McGee

The UArizona scientist is studying how man-made drought affects lizards while opening up access to the field for other black women. TUCSON, Ariz. — The Grand Canyon State lizard lassoer is working to break down barriers preventing other black women and girls from entering the field themselves. “I’ve always been …

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Larimer County Natural Resources Announces $21,419 in Small Grants to Support Community Projects

Germination. Photo by Anne Genson. The Larimer County Department of Natural Resources (LCDNR) is proud to announce $21,419 in grants to support eight community and neighborhood projects that help educate and connect people to the land. The awards were given to a wide range of organizations in Larimer County through …

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How W.Va. Oil and Gas Helps US Foreign Policy | News, Sports, Jobs

The energy sector is fundamental to our nation’s economy, creating good jobs for American workers and providing innovative solutions to modern challenges. As one of the top five energy producers, what we do right here in West Virginia, whether it’s generating, transporting or using our natural resources, makes …

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Department of Natural Resources: This Tax Season Helps Protect Wisconsin’s Threatened Resources

MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages the public to give back to nature by donating to the Endangered Resources Fund on your Wisconsin income tax form. The Endangered Resources Fund helps support important conservation efforts for rare plant and animal species in Wisconsin, many of …

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Republican bills seek to limit power of citizen environmental councils

Following the State Air Pollution Control Board’s denial of an air permit for a compressor station that would anchor an offshoot of the Mountain Valley Pipeline, Republicans are proposing to limit the powers of citizens’ councils that oversee major Virginia decisions in matter of water, air and waste. Proponents, including …

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Conservation groups celebrate long-awaited IWILL funding proposal

Conservation groups have welcomed a Senate Republican tax proposal that would fund the Iowa Water and Land Legacy Project, an initiative to protect Iowa’s natural resources. Legislators approved the creation of the Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund in 2008 and 2009. The following year, Iowa voters amended the …

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commercial forestry program has advantages | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by MNR Loggers working on a commercial forest property. By Kathleen Lavey Michigan Department of Natural Resources LANSING – Charles E. Nebel likes to talk about forests – from planting jack pine on 40 acres of family land owned a quarter of a century ago, to planting red pines …

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Oil and Gas Revenue Surpassed $1 Billion in Fiscal Year 2021, State Officials Say | Local News

Oil and gas royalties, taxes and lease payments contributed more than $1 billion in revenue for Alaska in fiscal year 2021, natural resources officials told lawmakers Friday. “Active management of the state’s oil and gas resources is a tremendous source of revenue for Alaska and is responsible for our nation’s …

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Georgia’s artificial reefs create underwater oases from old bridges, reservoirs and subway cars

There’s a lot of trash piled up in the ocean off the Georgian coast, including battle tanks, World War II freighters and New York City subway cars. It is not gigantic waste. They have been put there on purpose over the past 50 years to accommodate more habitats for sea …

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Legislation on reforestation centers passes unanimously in first committee

With wildfires destroying millions of acres each year in the western United States, reforestation efforts are essential to help restore landscapes and protect water resources, experts who spoke to the the House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee. The committee unanimously passed a replacement version of a bill introduced last …

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What Lies Beneath: Stories of the Detroit River Emerge Through Schooner Voyages, Boat Building

By: Greta GuestSource: Michigan News It’s Michigan, the tall ships. Detroit. The schooner Inland Seas takes Detroit and other students on a sail along the Detroit River. Students, with the help of staff and volunteers, conduct scientific tests and learn about local history. Credit: Eric Bronson, Michigan Photography. Helping to …

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Maryland is giving itself B-minus to adapt to climate change in coastal areas

Maryland Environment Secretary Ben Grumbles called Maryland’s Coastal Adaptation Report Card “groundbreaking” and “one of the most important steps we can take to track coastal resilience and accelerating climate progress in Maryland.” This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s press partners at Maryland Matters. Register for Free Maryland Matters …

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At least 17 dead after explosion in Ghana’s mining region

ACCRA, Jan 21 (Reuters) – At least 17 people were killed and dozens injured when a truck carrying explosives to a gold mine in western Ghana collided with a motorbike, triggering an explosion that razed a rural community, the government announced on Friday. As rescuers searched the site for survivors, …

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These four universities are spearheading sustainability in natural resource management

If you are wondering how you can take action to contribute to the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations, why not start with a university degree? The study of the natural environment requires a solid theoretical foundation of natural systems and an astute understanding …

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Youngkin’s cabinet has more fossil fuel ties beyond Trump’s EPA chief

Elected Governor of Virginia Glenn Youngkinlast week’s nomination Andrew Wheeler be its natural resources secretary drew backlash from Democratic state lawmakers and climate activists, who have expressed concern about the former lobbyist’s ties to the coal industry and his environmental record under the former president donald trump. As secretary of …

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DNR urges snowmobile safety after reported fatalities and crashes this season – WCCO

MAPLE GROVE, Minn. (WCCO) – With a blanket of fresh snow covering parts of Minnesota, snowmobilers were out in force this weekend. Law enforcement reported multiple crashes, including a possible impaired driving accident in Chisago County near Rush City early Saturday morning. Later that morning in Becker County, sheriff’s deputies …

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Proposed budget includes $841,000 for UAM Forestry

Governor Asa Hutchinson’s proposed budget includes $841,000 for the University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Forestry, Agriculture and Natural Resources. During Hutchinson’s balanced budget presentation to the joint state budget committee on Tuesday, he offered funding for the UAM program, according to a news release. “We have $841,000 in …

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Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE: CNQ) PT raised to $ 66.00 at Royal Bank of Canada

Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE: CNQ) (TSE: CNQ) saw its price target raised by Royal Bank of Canada equity researchers from $ 60.00 to $ 66.00 in a research note issued to investors on Wednesday, Target equity advisor reports. The company currently has an “outperformance” rating on shares of the oil …

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TeraWulf Launches Philanthropic Foundation Focused on Improving Social Health, Environmental and Sustainability Initiatives

EASTON, MD., January 10, 2022 / PRNewswire / – TeraWulf Inc. (Nasdaq: WULF) (“TeraWulf”) today announced the establishment of the TeraWulf Charitable Foundation, a private philanthropic organization focused on funding and participating in social health programs, d environment and sustainable development. The Foundation’s efforts will place special emphasis on protecting …

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More equipment coming to help boaters contain invasive star algae on Minnesota lakes

Starry Stonewort is Minnesota’s newest invasive aquatic horror story – a grass-like spider algae that loves high-quality water, destroys fish spawning habitat, and forms dense mats that smother vegetation native and tangled the propellers of boats. He’s out there now, growing under the ice. According to the state’s official count, …

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Several large island organizations receive funding to help conserve natural resources

January 6, 2022, 4 p.m. HST * Updated January 6 at 3:34 p.m. Seven Big Island groups have received funding to support programs and projects they are working on to help preserve the island’s natural resources. The Hawai’i Tourism Authority and the Hawai’i Community Foundation recently announced $ 1.575 million …

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New Years, New Fees for Visitors to Popular Hawaii Sites

HONOLULU (KHON2) – The Department of Lands and Natural Resources (DLNR) has said it will continue to require reservations and paid parking systems at popular sites across the state in 2022. According to AJ McWhorter, communications specialist for DLNR, the charges were authorized by an administrative rule change in 2020 …

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Liquefied Natural Gas Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Liquefied natural gas market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Liquefied Natural Gas report shows the …

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Indiana DNR warning residents of camping scam

Finding a campsite at this time of year is not very difficult as most parks have many openings when the weather gets colder. However, as any camping enthusiast knows, if you want to ensure you have a spot for more popular camping weekends such as Memorial Day, July 4th, and …

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Writer Captures Johnstown’s Resilience | News, Sports, Jobs

Saint Francis University professor Pat Farabaugh’s book “Disastrous Floods and the Demise of Steel in Johnstown” was published in October. Courtesy photo On the night of July 19, 1977, the residents of Tanneryville in Johnstown “Fell asleep that night without knowing what was going to happen” said Pat Farabaugh, professor …

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Ontario group stalks trumpeter swans

Trumpeter swans. Photo: Ontario Trumpeter Swan Restoration Group Dec 25 2021 – Trumpeter swans return to Ontario. The Ontario Trumpeter Swan Restoration Group (OTSRG) has been trying to restore the species in Ontario for over 30 years. Early Jesuit missionaries recorded sightings of trumpeter swans in their journals. Due to …

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McCann and Rogers Introduce Bill to Boost River Cleanup Efforts | WKZO | All Kalamazoo

KALAMAZOO, MI (WKZO AM / FM) – On Tuesday, Sen. Sean McCann (D – Kalamazoo) and Representative Julie Rogers (D-Kalamazoo) introduced bills to strengthen the authority of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) to protect Michigan’s water and natural resources from damage by dam operators. STS …

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ADCNR agents help young people in store with cop events

By David Rainer, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Last week’s Shop with a Cop events at three Academy Sports + Outdoors locations in Alabama got off to a somewhat hesitant start, but it wasn’t because of a lack of funds or product availability. Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Officers …

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Representative Sherrill visits Superfund sites with EPA regional administrator and NJDEP commissioner after announcement of new national remediation plans made possible by bipartite infrastructure law

Fairfield, New Jersey–– Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) joined Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regional administrator Lisa F. Garcia and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP) Commissioner Shawn LaTourette for a visit to two sites Superfund at Unimatic Manufacturing Corp. and Caldwell Trucking Co. in Fairfield. Between tours, she held …

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Holiday week: recycling Christmas trees

ANDERSON, SC (WSPA) – Once the holiday season is over, you may be wondering what to do with your living Christmas tree. One green option is to recycle your tree in a lake. Natural Resources Department Deputy Regional Director William Wood said the first step to recycling your tree is …

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Conroy Gold & Natural Resources Plc

Conroy Gold and Natural Resources plc (“Conroy Gold“or the”Society“) December 14, 2021 Notice of change of location of AGA and AGE Conroy Gold and Natural Resources PLC wishes to announce that the location of the Annual General Meeting (“AGM“) and the Extraordinary General Assembly (“AGE”) Of the Company on 22 …

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It’s time to move on to an organic and regenerative future

A staff member at Sang Lee Farms harvesting organic ginger, in Peconic, New York; the third generation farm grows over 100 varieties of organic specialty products We know that organic and regenerative agriculture – that is, paying special attention to the health of soils and ecosystems above and below soil, …

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Districts endowed with natural resources should also get richer: Masiung | Daily Express Online

Districts endowed with natural resources should also be enriched: Masiung Posted on: Wednesday 08 December 2021 Text size: Kota Kinabalu: Kuamut assembly member Datuk Masiung Banah urged the state government to take responsibility for the districts that produce natural resources. “In Sabah there are eight districts: Kudat, Pitas, Kota Belud, …

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One-of-a-kind sustainability framework empowers the data center industry to take control of sustainability goals

Rising digital demand and increased pressure from key stakeholders are driving the need for standardized environmental impact reporting for data centers Schneider Electric’s framework offers five key impact areas to address with 23 key metrics in the Beginner, Advanced and Leader categories MISSISSAUGA, ON, December 6, 2021 / CNW / …

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Florida to get more money from BP oil spill fund

Alabama, Florida and Mississippi receive more than $ 103 million in oil spill settlement funds from BP for new and ongoing coastal projects. “These projects, combined with existing investments, continue to advance our goal of protecting and restoring species and habitats affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010,” …

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Appointment of a non-executive director and an appointed chairman

Kenmare Resources plc(“Kenmare” or “the Company” or “the Group”) December 3, 2021 Board update – Non-executive appointment director and President-elect Kenmare Resources plc (LSE: KMR, ISE: KMR), one of the world’s leading producers of titanium and zircon ores, announces the appointment of Andrew Webb as non-executive director and president-elect. Mr. …

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New appointments announced for state health and liquor departments and the Natural Resources Council

From left to right: Elizabeth Bundock, Wendy Knight, Andrew Collier and Sabina Haskell. Photos courtesy of the Vermont Department of Health and the Governor’s Office A series of appointments to key positions in the state government were announced on Monday, including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Alcohol and …

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Prime Minister Modi emphasizes conservation of natural resources and cites the case of Umngot River in Meghalaya

Hailing citizens for taking action to preserve nature, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at his 83rd Mann Ki Baat session, referred to the image of the Meghalaya floating boat, which appears to be in the air. The PM also pointed out that apart from government projects and initiatives, the efforts of …

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Pioneer Natural Resources Company (PXD) ex-dividend date is scheduled for November 29, 2021

Pioneer Natural Resources Company (PXD) will begin ex-dividend trading on November 29, 2021. A cash dividend of $ 3.02 per share is expected to be paid on December 14, 2021. Shareholders who purchased PXD prior to the ex-dividend date are eligible for payment of the dividend in cash. At the …

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Potential Alliance between FinCEN and Department of Justice Environmental Crimes Unit Presents a Powerful Law Enforcement Combination for Businesses to Watch | Eversheds Sutherland (United States) LLP

As companies continue to focus on improving their ESG benchmarks, they are constantly evaluating their environmental management systems and compliance programs for potential areas of ESG risk. The reason is simple: these internal programs give the organization the tools it needs to assess compliance with environmental laws and regulations. Recognizing …

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Chaco Canyon protections are personal for pueblo leaders

U.S. Home Secretary Deb Haaland is visiting New Mexico’s Chaco Culture National Historic Park on Monday to discuss her agency’s pursuit of a drilling ban on federal lands surrounding the park. (Roberto E. Rosales / Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal For US Home Secretary Deb Haaland, Chaco Canyon …

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Biden administrator quietly releases funds for groups linked to human rights abuses in Central Africa

Thomas catenacci The Biden administration quietly overturned a Trump-era decision ending conservation grants used to indirectly fund human rights atrocities in Central Africa. Although the administration has not publicly acknowledged the change, Home Office officials confirmed this in a private briefing with minority House Natural Resources Committee staff in October, …

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Wisconsin deer gun hunters face ammunition shortage again | Wisconsin News

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Wisconsin kicked off its 170th deer hunting season on Saturday and for the second year in a row some hunters felt ill-equipped. A nationwide ammunition shortage due to supply chain issues affecting other commodities has caused hunters to search everywhere for ammunition first and then fork out …

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University of Guam receives $ 715,000 for aquifer

image: Eliana Walker, research associate at the Western Pacific Water and Environmental Research Institute at the University of Guam, prepares for a drone excursion. Unmanned aerial systems will be used in a $ 715,000 NASA Guam EPSCoR project to collect critical data on the Lens aquifer of northern Guam, the …

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Hotel tax proposal from OK to Oahu by city council committee

Mahalo for his support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! A measure that would establish a 3% hotel tax was put forward for final reading at a meeting of the Honolulu city council budget committee on Wednesday. Under Bill 40, the revenues from the new tax would be …

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Eleven professors appointed in 2021 highly cited researchers | MSU Today

Nine Michigan State University researchers have been recognized in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers List compiled by Clarivate Analytics. Each year, the Web of Science Group identifies the most influential researchers in the world. The list includes those who have been cited the most by their peers over the past …

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Northern Initiatives Fund – 32 projects north of the 49th parallel receive total funding of $ 2.8 million

QUEBEC, November 11, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – Thirty-two initiatives from across northern Quebec will receive funding from the Northern Initiatives Fund (FIN). In total, the selected projects represent an investment of more than $ 6.1 million. Today Mr. Jonatan julien, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources and Minister …

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Canadian Natural Resources Limited announces the acquisition of Storm Resources Ltd.

Canadian Natural Resources Limited announces that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Storm Resources Ltd. concerning the acquisition under a plan of arrangement of all issued and outstanding common shares of Storm, for a cash consideration of $ 6.28 per share. The Company will also assume the total …

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Ensign Natural Resources announces purchase of Eagle Ford shale acreage

HOUSTON, November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ensign Natural Resources LLC (“Ensign” or the “Company”) today announced the purchase of assets in Eagle Ford Shale from Reliance Eagleford Upstream Holding LP (“Reliance”). The Reliance acquisition includes approximately 62,000 net acres in Bee, DeWitt, Karnes and Live Oak counties and …

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MKM Partners Reduces Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD) Price Target to $ 247.00

Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD) saw its price target lowered by equity researchers at MKM Partners from $ 251.00 to $ 247.00 in a note issued to investors on Friday, Benzinga reports. The brokerage currently has a “buy” rating on the shares of the oil and gas development company. The …

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House Natural Resources Committee Holds Drinking Water Hearing – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aIWm34KZu8 Oakland News Now – House natural resources committee holds hearing on drinking water – video produced by the YouTube channel with the logo at the top left of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. the House Natural Resources Committee held …

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Michigan DNR body cameras face opposition

LANSING – For many Michigan police departments, turning on a body camera is part of an officer’s daily routine. The Department of Natural Resources could similarly adapt if a recently introduced House bill passes. Representative Beau LaFave, R-Iron Mountain’s bill would require conservation officers to wear body cameras when working …

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Push Back Overbreadth & Defend Alaska In Episode 3 – Mike Dunleavy

November 1, 2021 (Anchorage) – In episode 3 of FirstHand, the podcast, Jason Brune, commissioner of the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), chats with host Patty Sullivan about the walk on the tightrope of defending the health of residents and protecting the environment, while supporting the responsible development of …

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Forks men accused of cutting bridge to sell cedar on black market

PORT TOWNSEND – Trial dates have been set for two Forks men accused of chopping pieces of cedar logs on a state Department of Natural Resources bridge to sell on the black market. Jose Carmen Salinas, 42, and Troy Stephen Crandall, 62, are each charged with first-degree malicious mischief – …

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Wildlife habitat projects seek new funding as hunting licenses decline

Rose Lake State Game Area in Bath Township near Lansing, Michigan. Image: Trail running project. By Kristia Postema The national decline in hunting license sales and the need for additional funding for wildlife conservation have prompted proposals to close the fiscal gap, including one that is stuck in Congress despite …

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California Natural Resources Agency Hosts Virtual Meeting to Present Review Panel on Importing Water to Salton Sea

The California Natural Resources Agency is hosting an online public meeting Tuesday night to introduce the Independent Review Panel on Importing Water. The Salton Sea Management Program (SSMP) is establishing an Independent Review Panel (Panel) to review concepts of importing water into the Salton Sea for its long-term restoration The …

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Canada Boosts U.S. Natga Exports, Drills More As Global Prices Rise

An oil pump cylinder pumps petroleum in a field near Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 21, 2014. REUTERS / Todd Korol CALGARY, Alberta / NEW YORK, Oct. 25 (Reuters) – Demand for relatively inexpensive Canadian natural gas has surged, pushing exports to the United States to three-year highs and prompting Canadian …

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Grant to South West to Support Forestry / Natural Resources Program | Local News

Southwestern Oregon Community College is pleased to announce that the Judith Ann Mogan Foundation has awarded the college a grant to support its forestry / natural resources program. The Forestry Workforce Training Expansion Grant allows the college to hire a temporary specialist to support the current faculty and determine curricula …

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Oklahoma Oil Price and Drill Report for October 22, 2021

Natural Gas (Henry Hub) starting at 3 p.m. EST Friday. Natural gas – $ 5.31 per MMBtu Today’s average AAA Oklahoma gas price at the pump. Running – Regular: $ 3.015; Intermediate level: $ 3,278; Premium: $ 3.503; Diesel: $ 3,287 Yesterday – Regular: $ 3,008; Intermediate level: $ 3,272; …

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Western wildlife agencies honor UW’s Monteith for mule deer research | New

21 October 2021 Kevin Monteith, associate professor and Wyoming Excellence Chair at UW’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources and the Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, stops to take a photo with two mule deer captured during the ‘a research project in western Wyoming. Monteith received the …

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Georgia joins 19-state effort to urge Congress to oppose legislation raising natural gas and oil costs

Attorney General Carr joined a coalition of 19 states urging Congress to reject heavy legislation that would raise costs for power producers and hit U.S. consumers with even bigger price hikes as heating bills rise this winter . The coalition’s letter, sent Thursday, called on the leaders of two US …

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2021 is Minnesota’s deadliest boating season in 16 years, says DNR – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources calls 2021 the deadliest boating season in 16 years. They ask end of season boaters to take extra precautions on the water. READ MORE: Artistic tribute to Bob Dylan mounts outside Hibbing High School So far this year, there have been …

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“Climate change fundamentally alters” Colorado River: States and tribes grapple with drought

Colorado River Basin states are adjusting to the reality that their rights exceed available water by nearly a third, state and tribal leaders told a congressional panel on Friday. The situation will likely only get worse as the climate changes, leaving states and tribes to compete for their most vital …

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Land and Natural Resources Department Says Kauai Wedding Photo Company Complied With Cease-and-Desist Order

State officials said one of two commercial wedding photographers who had received cease and desist orders from taking photos in unauthorized areas of Kauai was now in compliance. The state’s Department of Lands and Natural Resources last week issued cease and desist orders to Bradyhouse Photographers on Kauai and The …

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Commentary: Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss

What are the latest moves to force Procter & Gamble to stop using virgin forest fibers for its toilet tissue products? Walking down the toilet paper aisle, we are faced with a serious decision: three layers or ultra-plush? For consumers, factors like price, size and comfort always come first to …

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Permit for Ameren Missouri’s Labadie coal-fired power plant legally issued, commission says • Missouri Independent

The Missouri Clean Water Commission agreed on Tuesday that environmental regulators were correct in issuing a permit allowing the state’s largest coal-fired power plant to dump superheated water into the Missouri River despite claims by environmentalists that the utility that operates it should invest in newer technology. The committee’s vote …

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Why Goldman Likes 8 Oil Stocks But Cools Down On Conoco

A Hess gas station Joe Raedle / Getty Images Text size The price of oil keeps rising, and so do the stocks of oil companies. Now some analysts believe the strategy of how to play the rebound is also changing. For much of the past two years, investors and analysts …

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Federal State Receives Federal Ultimatum Over Oilfield Injection Problems | New

The United States Environmental Protection Agency has issued an ultimatum to the California oil and water agencies that have been years behind in their efforts to bring the state’s oilfield injection program into line with the federal law on the safety of drinking water. A September 16 letter from the …

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Natural Resources Police Reward Officers for Exceptional Service

Natural Resources Police Reward Officers for Exceptional Service October 7, 2021 Conservation officers cited for going above and beyond the call of duty Col. Adrian Baker (left) and Lt. Col. Robert Kersey (right) presented a Superintendent’s Commendation to Sgt. Benjamin Lillard, accompanied by his partner K-9 Rider. Lillard also received …

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Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD) price target raised to $ 192.00 at Morgan Stanley

Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD) saw its price target raised by Morgan Stanley stock research analysts from $ 184.00 to $ 192.00 in a research note released Wednesday, Benzinga reports. The company currently has an “equal weight” rating on the shares of the oil and gas development company. Morgan Stanley’s …

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In Huntington Beach, Governor Newsom discusses emergency response to southern California oil spill

HUNTINGTON BEACH – Governor Gavin Newsom visited Bolsa Chica State Beach today for a briefing by the US Coast Guard, the Governor’s Emergency Services Office and officials from the California Natural Resources Agency on the emergency response to the oil spill off Huntington Beach. Governor Newsom yesterday declared a state …

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California lawmakers demand a ban on offshore drilling following the spill

An oil spill that released more than 144,000 gallons of crude along the southern California coast has prompted key lawmakers to renew their calls to block the state’s coasts from all federal oil and gas production. The momentum comes as Democrats seek to protect the provisions of their budget reconciliation …

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Georgia NRCS Announces EQIP Registration Deadline

Courtesy of USDA / NRCS USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) in Georgia announced the statewide shutdown for fiscal 2022 Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) funding. All agricultural producers and landowners in Georgia who wish to be considered for this year’s technical and financial assistance must apply by November 5, …

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Crystal Lake Club event features shooting, boater safety and duck calls

GULFPORT, Ill. – Siblings Natalie Blindt and Rodney and Lonnie Brent got to watch their parents’ legacy play out in full swing on Saturday as kids and volunteers descended on the hidden gem of Gulfport, Ill. Beyond vacant buildings that once housed closed nightclubs and on a normally closed road, …

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