Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi launches “Green Industries” environmental labeling program

Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi launches "Green Industries" environmental labeling program

ABU DHABI – Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Sovereign’s Representative in Al Dhafra Region and Chairman of the Board of the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi (EAD), The Agency today announced the launch of the “Green Industry Environmental Labeling Programme. The innovative program is designed based on international … Read more

Clean and green: how to choose a laundry that respects the environment – ​​and you | life and style

A dyer once described his job to me as “being the first clothes recycler”. Although the description is not entirely accurate, I agree with his sentiment. Every time I collect freshly ironed clothes from the dry cleaners, I find a renewed sense of pleasure in each garment. Considering the immense amount of resources required to … Read more

ENVIRONMENTAL VIEW | Lawn Survival Alternatives, Incentives, and Prospects by David Goldstein – VC Reporter

ENVIRONMENTAL VIEW |  Lawn Survival Alternatives, Incentives, and Prospects by David Goldstein - VC Reporter

ON THE PICTURE : Screenshot of John Oliver discussing the idea of ​​the “iceberg in a diaper” on YouTube: https://youtu.be/jtxew5XUVbQ. by David Goldstein On a nationally televised program last week, news comedian John Oliver criticized a local response to the drought. Oliver’s rant, viewed on YouTube more than 2,760,000 times last Tuesday, called the study … Read more

Energy & Environment — Inside punts on the offshore drilling plan

Energy & Environment — Inside punts on the offshore drilling plan

The Biden administration has released its draft five-year offshore drilling plan…sort of. We will dive into the details. More: The Supreme Court gives Democratic Senate Leader Charles Schumer a renewed climate emergency and former EPA chief Andrew Wheeler has a new post. It’s the night of energy and the environment, your source for the latest … Read more

Russia’s War on Ukraine Poses Present and Future Risks – The Organization for World Peace

A photograph of the Memory Candle, a building shaped like a candle and part of a monument to victims of Ukraine's great famine at Soviet hands.

Since May 17e, nearly 4,000 civilians have been killed and 4,000 injured in Russia’s war against Ukraine, with the Kyiv School of Economics estimating total economic losses at $600 billion. The environment is a silent victim of war: the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) estimates that at least 530,000 hectares of land have been affected, … Read more

Environment Committee backs Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

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Breadcrumb Links New Local News A climate vulnerability and risk assessment detailed global climate change, extreme heat and extreme weather events as risks requiring action over the next three years. Ottawa City Hall. Photo by Tony Caldwell /Postmedia Content of the article Idling, Fossil Fuels and the City of Ottawa’s Climate Resilience Strategy were on … Read more

Editorial Office: The Great Pollen Meltdown

Editorial Office: The Great Pollen Meltdown

A bee tries to pollinate a blueberry. Photo courtesy of Jenna Walters, Michigan State University. By Samuel Fromartz Summer has arrived and in Washington, DC, where I am based, the heat is sweltering. In fact, I’m starting to wonder if it’ll smother the tomato blossoms that have bloomed in my garden heralding a summer bounty. … Read more

Environmental campaign receives more praise

Environmental campaign receives more praise

Seventh-day students and teachersAdventist English Secondary School, Lyngiong, plant saplings. SHILLONG, June 6: Praises continued to pour in on Monday for an inspired and effective environmental campaign during the week-long commemoration of World Environment Week.During a program to celebrate World Environment Day here on Monday, East Khasi Hills Deputy Commissioner Isawanda Laloo praised the active … Read more

Environmental Factor – June 2022: Environmental Impacts on Women’s Health Disparities Focus of Workshop

Environmental Factor - June 2022: Environmental Impacts on Women's Health Disparities Focus of Workshop

Differences in women’s health that are influenced by exposures, socio-economic factors and racial disparities were the subject of “Environmental Impacts on Women’s Health Disparities and Reproductive Health”, a virtual workshop of the NIEHS which was held on April 27 and 28. Researchers, community partners and academics from across the country described how environmental stressors can … Read more