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Airport Metro line to be reworked to cut costs

Deccan Chronicle | 2022-11-29, 11:51

Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Airport Metro Limited (HAML) has decided to change the alignment of the Airport Express Metro line, as it is expected to cost the government Rs 1,250 crore more. An officials aid of the HAML, which is building a 31-kilometre high-speed

From Africa to the World:Landmark Event Presents Circular Economy Solutions for Green Growth,Climate

Business Ghana | 2022-11-29, 11:48

The 6th World Circular Economy Forum WCEF2022 (www.WCEF2022.com) will take place 6–8 December in Kigali, Rwanda. This year’s forum will focus on how the circular economy can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, support climate change adaptation,

Speakers urge for fisheries data collection through digital tools

Urdu Point | 2022-11-29, 11:44

KARACHI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 29th Nov, 2022 ) :Data collection through modern digital technology is key to managing and conserving fisheries resources in Pakistan. Standard data about fish stocks, their abundance, and diversity would help

In Mexico, birdwatching offers fragile lifeline for nature, economy

FX Empire | 2022-11-29, 11:41

By Carolina Pulice JOSE CARDEL, Mexico (Reuters) – Every year millions of birds glide the air currents between Mexico’s Sierra Madre Oriental mountains and the Gulf of Mexico in a spectacle dubbed the “river of raptors” that attracts hundreds of foreign

China Covid-zero puts its climate action on ice 

Hong Kong Standard | 2022-11-29, 11:14

Frustration with China’s Covid Zero policy is coming to a head, as lockdowns, testing and other restrictions spur historic protests across the country. On the ground, the country’s strict Covid controls are also playing out in another

Mangroves: Environmental guardians of our coastline

Phys Dot Org | 2022-11-29, 11:12

They are the salt-tolerant shrubs that thrive in the toughest of conditions, but according to new UniSA research, mangroves are also avid coastal protectors, capable of surviving in heavy metal contaminated environments. The researchers found that gray

Solar Energy Generation Industry: Leaders Create a Sustainable Future--an ESG Perspective

PR Newswire | 2022-11-29, 10:35

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Growth of the solar energy generation industry will depend on the proactive and relentless efforts of forward-looking companies to navigate the risks posed by climate change. Current and predicted issues

Rare Royal Turtle with severely fractured shell rescued in SW Cambodia

Xinhua | 2022-11-29, 10:20

PHNOM PENH, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- A fisherman living along the Sre Ambel River in southwest Cambodia's Koh Kong province has recently spotted a nearly extinct Royal Turtle with a severely fractured shell, a conservationist group said on Tuesday. The Wildlife

Sonos Reports Progress Made Against Climate Action Plan, Restates Commitment to Product Longevity and Sustainability

no EC Hastings Tribune | 2022-11-29, 09:35

SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 29, 2022-- Today, Sonos (NASDAQ: SONO) released its annual Listen Better Report, offering a comprehensive overview of the company’s ESG efforts. Included in the Report are actions made against Sonos’ Climate Action

Great Barrier Reef Should Be Listed As ‘In Danger,’ UN Mission Reports

Huffington Post | 2022-11-29, 09:26

A delegation from the United Nations recommended Tuesday that the Great Barrier Reef be listed as a World Heritage site “in danger,” urging the world to act quickly to rein in climate change or risk losing the planet’s largest coral ecosystem. The UN mission,

Sibling unease dogs Prince William's 'Earthshot' US trip

no EC The Star Democrat | 2022-11-29, 09:02

LONDON (AP) — Prince William and the Princess of Wales will be looking to focus attention on their Earthshot Prize for environmental innovators when they make their first visit to the U.S. in eight years this week, a trip likely to be dogged by tensions with

Wadden Sea youth starts off global UNESCO environmental DNA campaign (UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)

Public Technologies | 2022-11-29, 08:02

) From 21 to 26 September 2022, nearly 100 youth from local schools collected environmental DNA (eDNA) samples across the Wadden Sea World Heritage area as part of a global UNESCO initiative to better understand how climate change is affecting marine

From Africa to the World: Landmark Event Presents Circular Economy Solutions for Green Growth, Climate ...

APO | 2022-11-29, 07:34

The 6th World Circular Economy Forum WCEF2022 (www.WCEF2022.com) will take place 6–8 December in Kigali, Rwanda. This year’s forum will focus on how the circular economy can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, support climate change adaptation,

Odisha byelection: Prestige fight for BJD; BJP goes all out to wrest Padampur seat

Financial Express | 2022-11-29, 06:44

Buoyed by the win in the Dhamnagar bypoll on November 6, the BJP is also leaving no stone unturned to wrest the rural constituency from the party led by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. Follow Us After the BJD tasted its first “bypoll defeat” since 2009 earlier

Parties agree on COP15 core content, structure

China.dot.org | 2022-11-29, 05:47

Photo taken on Oct 13, 2021 shows a view of the Dianchi International Convention and Exhibition Center in Kunming, Southwest China's Yunnan province. [Photo/Xinhua] Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity have essentially agreed

EAD and FAO join to revive the pearl industry in Abu Dhabi

Gulf Daily News | 2022-11-29, 05:32

The Environment AgencyAbu Dhabi (EAD) has partnered with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations in a joint effort to revive the heritage and traditions of the Emirate’s pearl industry. The ‘Abu Dhabi

China steps up protection of rare Yangtze River mammal

People Daily | 2022-11-29, 05:04

BEIJING, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- China has made progress in protecting Yangtze finless porpoises, an iconic species in the Yangtze River, the country's longest river, the Ministry

Farm outfits that opposed agri laws join protests against GM mustard as SC to hear matter on transgenic crops today

The Times of India | 2022-11-29, 04:46

NEW DELHI: Most of the farmer organisations that had participated in the during 2020-21 have joined hands with groups opposing transgenic crops in the country, and written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to reject the approval given to for its

RSPO Certification grows from three countries in 2008 to 21 in 2021, representing 4.5 million ...

The Associated Press | 2022-11-29, 04:40

RSPO 2022 Impact Report charts continued sustainability efforts by the palm oil industry towards mitigating climate change, improving smallholder livelihoods and ending exploitation of workers, among other important themes on positive impacts. KUALA LUMPUR,

China calls for ambitious, pragmatic biodiversity deal

News24 | 2022-11-29, 04:40

China will lead talks to secure an "ambitious and pragmatic" new global pact to preserve biodiversity at a UN meeting that begins next week. ...

RSPO Certification grows from three countries in 2008 to 21 in 2021, representing 4.5 million hectares of sustainable oil palm plantations

PR Newswire | 2022-11-29, 04:31

RSPO 2022 Impact Report charts continued sustainability efforts by the palm oil industry towards mitigating climate change, improving smallholder livelihoods and ending exploitation of workers, among other important themes on positive impacts. KUALA LUMPUR,

'Smart forests' help corporate net-zero ambitions take root

North Shore News | 2022-11-29, 04:06

This article was originally published in BIV Magazine's Philanthropy issue. Sustainability – it’s a buzzword we’ve all heard a million times. As the climate crisis worsens, and uncertainty for the future grows, companies have

Science, technology development key to sustainable agriculture

Vietnam News | 2022-11-29, 03:47

Science and technology not only contributes to increasing productivity, quality and value of agricultural products, but also improves the lives of farmers and significantly change the face of Việt Nam's rural areas. HÀ NỘI — The development of

EdgePoint marks second anniversary with introduction of new 360˚ Sustainable sites

Vietnam News | 2022-11-29, 03:29

EdgePoint marks second anniversary with introduction of new 360˚ Sustainable sites Advancing EdgePoint’s ESG Commitment; 360˚ Sustainable Sites concept to be applied to 20 new sites by the end of 2023 SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 29 November 2022 - EdgePoint

Transfer and promotion orders issued

The Times of India | 2022-11-29, 03:25

Chennai: The state environment department issued transfer and promotion orders to , , presently deputy conservator of forests (on compulsory

No Guests at Hygam Wetland

Kashmir Observer | 2022-11-29, 03:09

Hygam wetland visit. Picture by author. Hygam Wetland needs special attention from the Govt having been declared as Ramsar site SINCE the last two weeks, I have been eagerly waiting to visit Hygam Wetland Reserve near Sopore. A Srinagar based Environmental

A look at the best public college in every state

no EC Dothan Eagle | 2022-11-29, 02:48

Stacker compiled a list of the best public colleges in every state using Niche's 2023 Top Public Universities in America ranking. Best public colleges in every state Best public colleges in every state Public colleges and universities can come with far less

Mussel survey 'a warning for world's freshwaters'

China Daily | 2022-11-29, 02:08

A dramatic slump in mussel populations found in the River Thames highlights a worrying deterioration in its ecosystem over the last six decades, say scientists in the United Kingdom. A survey, carried out in a section of the river west of London near the town

“No country can fix climate change on its own”: PM

Vietnam News | 2022-11-29, 01:04

Speaking at GEFE 2022, the PM said all solutions to global warming require global cooperation, and people must be a central pillar of any successful climate change strategy. Bồ Xuân Hiệp HCM CITYClimate change is a global issue which requires

Big task: How to purge pests from NZ’s biggest subantarctic island

NewstalkZB | 2022-11-29, 01:04

Clearing mammalian pests from the largest of New Zealand’s subantarctic islands could be done, an expert says – but it’d require a hugely-challenging, decade-long effort costing about $80m. Lying some 465km south of Bluff, within the wild and windswept

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