Regina Wildlife Rehabilitation Center launches campaign to raise funds for new space

Regina Wildlife Rehabilitation Center launches campaign to raise funds for new space

A registered charitable wildlife rehabilitation and education center in Regina admits and cares for more than 1,500 wild birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians each year at a 600 square foot clinic. Salthaven West is running out of space and has launched a fundraising campaign for a new clinic. The manager said they usually have 40 … Read more

Seeking air permit increases, Nucor falls victim to EPA violations | Environment

Seeking air permit increases, Nucor falls victim to EPA violations |  Environment

When Nucor Steel built its $750 million iron ore purification plant in St. James Parish in the early 2010s, the facility was touted as having an innovative design that would minimize greenhouse gas emissions. greenhouse compared to the older methods of the traditionally coal-dependent steel industry. At the time, Nucor envisioned a five-phase, $3.25 billion … Read more

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

Empowering the Women’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Empowering the Women's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Many widespread social values ​​support the patriarchal system that does not create an environment conducive for women to work unless there is a necessity. Women have always been trying to shed this traditional mould. Recently, more women … Read more

30th Global Environment Awards celebrating Sekisui House’s work on biodiversity

30th Global Environment Awards celebrating Sekisui House's work on biodiversity

On April 28, the award ceremony for the 30th World Environment Prize Grand Prix, sponsored by Fujisankei Communications Group, was held at Meiji Kinenkan in Moto-Akasaka, Tokyo. Certificates and trophies were presented to the recipients in the presence of His Imperial Highness Crown Prince Akishino and Her Imperial Highness Princess Kako, who attended the ceremony. … Read more

WWF report says online wildlife trade is on the rise in Myanmar | Scientific News

By ELAINE KURTENBACH, AP Business Writer BANGKOK (AP) — A report from the World Wide Fund for Nature shows that illegal online wildlife purchases are on the rise in Myanmar, threatening both public health and endangered species. The report released on Friday found that enforcement of bans on such transactions has weakened amid political unrest … Read more

Retrofitting flood control systems could help beaches

Retrofitting flood control systems could help beaches

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. — Scientists watch beaches erode, and as cities, state and other entities search for potential ways to help fill the disappearing sand to protect shorelines, a researcher from the University of California, Irvine, said help could lie in flood control systems. What do you want to know The researcher said that while … Read more

Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Release date: Week of April 1, 2022 stream/download this segment as an MP3 file East Antarctica is generally considered to be very stable; The recent sea ice breakup is the first humans have seen in half a century since satellites began imaging Antarctica. (Photo: NASA, public domain) On this week’s journey beyond the headlines, host … Read more

Big Bang gas could be trapped inside the Earth

Big Bang gas could be trapped inside the Earth

A team of researchers recently reported that just over 4 pounds of helium-3 leaks from Earth each year, an indication that our planet formed in a solar nebula. Helium-3 is a very old isotope of helium gas; virtually all of the helium-3 emerged from the Big Bang, although some also came from the radioactive decay … Read more