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Governments gather in Canada in bid to boost biodiversity

no EC Citrus County Chronicle | 2022-12-06, 14:27

BOSTON (AP) — Amid warnings that biodiversity is in freefall, environmental leaders will gather in Montreal to hammer out measures aimed at shoring up the world's land and marine ecosystems and coming up with tens of billions of dollars to fund these

Biodiversity Conference

no EC Citrus County Chronicle | 2022-12-06, 14:27

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Colorado to Release Draft Gray Wolf Plan This Week

Pagosa Daily Post | 2022-12-06, 14:22

NOTE: This article makes extensive use of information from a December 2 story by Sam Brasch on CPR.org. Two years ago, Colorado voters approved a ballot measure, Proposition 114, directing the state to reintroduce gray wolves. The voters instructed state

Ofwat attacks water firms’ lack of investment to cut sewage discharges

The Guardian | 2022-12-06, 14:21

Regulator calls spending on network improvements ‘extremely disappointing’ after companies undershot budgets Ofwat has criticised water companies for failing to invest enough in treatment plants to stop the overuse of raw sewage discharges. The water regulator

Queensland royalty rises for coal now expected to provide $3bn windfall

The Guardian | 2022-12-06, 14:21

Treasury had initially predicted the new system would increase revenue by $765m this financial year Get our morning and afternoon news emails , free app or daily news podcast The Queensland government’s decision to increase royalties on record-high coal prices

Rackspace Technology Hosted Exchange Environment Update

Nasdaq Globe Newswire | 2022-12-06, 14:19

SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rackspace Technology® (NASDAQ:

Sports Nutrition Pro Busts Myths About Dairy and Health, Environment with Farm to Training Table Story

no EC Longview News-Journal | 2022-12-06, 14:15

TRACY, Calif., Dec. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --�Real California Milk�partnered with�Jordan Mazur, MS, RD,�sports dietitian for a California-based professional football team, to spotlight where the real dairy foods that athletes eat for performance come from.

Happy Wanderer: S.F.’s Presidio a gem of an urban national park

East Bay Times | 2022-12-06, 14:13

It’s one of America’s smallest national parks — with one of the most photographed structures on Earth. San Francisco’s Presidio is just 1,491 acres, but its sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge draw more than 5 million visitors a year. The Spire, one of

What does Elon Musk's brain chip company Neuralink do?

The Times of India | 2022-12-06, 14:04

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Industry Supplier Expos Announced for Empire Wind and Beacon Wind Projects

Business Wire | 2022-12-06, 14:04

ALBANY, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Equinor and bp, will kick-off a three-part

Videoconference of the Polish-Ukrainian Working Group for Energy (Ministry of Climate and Environment of the Republic of Poland)

Public Technologies | 2022-12-06, 14:04

) Videoconference of the Polish-Ukrainian Working Group for Energy 06.12.2022 Cooperation in the energy sector between Poland and Ukraine was discussed during the meeting of the Polish-Ukrainian working group for energy, held on 28 November 2022 by

Conclusion of the COP27 climate summit (Ministry of Climate and Environment of the Republic of Poland)

Public Technologies | 2022-12-06, 14:04

) Conclusion of the COP27 climate summit 06.12.2022 In the early hours of Sunday 20th November 2022, the UNFCCC COP27 climate conference came to an end in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Polish delegation was actively involved in agreeing the outcome of the summit

EU Council of Energy Ministers: Poland's firm voice in favour of energy price cuts (Ministry of Climate and Environment of the Republic of Poland)

Public Technologies | 2022-12-06, 14:04

) EU Council of Energy Ministers: Poland's firm voice in favour of energy price cuts 06.12.2022 "Today, the key issue is to reduce the price for gas. Here there is no room for discussion or interpretation," said Anna Moskwa, Minister for Climate and

Talk between the Environment Ministers of Poland and Germany (Ministry of Climate and Environment of the Republic of Poland)

Public Technologies | 2022-12-06, 14:04

) Talk between the Environment Ministers of Poland and Germany 06.12.2022 "We are effectively restoring the Oder River ecosystem in order to make the best possible contribution to the recovery of the Oder fish population. This work is being carried out by

Global crackdown on illegal wildlife and timber trade: the World Customs Organization and INTERPOL join forces (WCO - World Customs Organization)

Public Technologies | 2022-12-06, 14:04

) A joint World Customs Organization (WCO) - INTERPOL law enforcement operation has seen hundreds of arrests and the disruption of wildlife and timber crime networks globally. Codenamed "Thunder 2022", the month-long (3-30 October) operation brought

Zombie Virii Trapped in Earth's Ice Have Been Unearthed, Caused by Global Social Warming

Bitchute | 2022-12-06, 13:58

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Farmers urge UK government to fund hedge creation to bolster biodiversity

TheNewsHOOK | 2022-12-06, 13:52

Farmers urge UK government to fund hedge creation to bolster biodiversity ...

‘We are at war with nature’: UN environment chief warns of biodiversity apocalypse

TheNewsHOOK | 2022-12-06, 13:51

‘We are at war with nature’: UN environment chief warns of biodiversity apocalypse ...

Wildlife Protection Act provisions cannot be invoked against actor Mohanlal for possessing ivories, Kerala government ...

The Hindu | 2022-12-06, 13:48

The government submits that the tusks possessed by the actor belonged to a captive elephant that had died naturally ...

Fake poaching case: case registered against forest officials

The Hindu | 2022-12-06, 13:48

A high-level probe by the Forest department reveales that the officials had slapped a false poaching case on a tribal youth ...

EDITORIAL: Environment Head off a sixth mass extinction

no EC Marietta Daily Journal | 2022-12-06, 13:41

Dec. 6—It's a clear and chilling

Climate change ‘the biggest risk for Africa’s food supply’

Business Day | 2022-12-06, 13:41

One of Africa’s biggest producers of agriculture chemicals says erratic rains and water shortages pose the biggest risk to food security on the continent, more than Russia’s war on Ukraine or other supply-chain disruptions. Those water issues — driven by

What the COP15 Biodiversity Conference Must Do

Project Syndicate | 2022-12-06, 13:40

In Montreal this month, governments will

Attack on North Carolina substation spotlights electric grid’s vulnerability — again

The Hill | 2022-12-06, 13:40

Around 40,000 electricity users in Moore County, N.C., were without power after a Saturday night attack on two power substations. Although few details were available, news reports said evidence at the scene “indicated that a firearm had been used to disable

Finite Feeding Frenzy

Resilience | 2022-12-06, 13:28

Share Tweet Print You may be aware that our food industry is heavily dependent on fossil fuels, to the point that it takes about 10 kcal of energy input to deliver 1 kcal of consumed food. The enormous energy multiplier is due to extensively mechanized

Africa Climate Change Fund launches Women and Youth Entrepreneurship Project

APO | 2022-12-06, 13:25

The Africa Climate Change Fund (ACCF) Secretariat has launched a scheme to support mechanisms for climate adaptation finance for women entrepreneurs and youth. The scheme, “YouthADAPT: Empowering Women and Youth for Entrepreneurship and Job Creation in

As a sacred minnow nears extinction, Native Americans of Clear Lake call for bold plan

The Los Angeles Times | 2022-12-06, 13:20

LAKEPORT, Calif.Spring runs of a large minnow numbering in the millions have nourished Pomo Indians since they first made their home alongside Northern California’s Clear Lake more than 400 generations ago. The Clear Lake hitch glinted like

The biodiversity crisis in numbers - a visual guide

The Guardian | 2022-12-06, 13:18

Nature is under threat as never before, but what does that actually mean? We explain what is at stake – and why action at Cop15 is more crucial than ever Despite humanity’s many technological advances, we can only manage a well-informed guess at the true

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