Clean Waters

House Passes Clean South Florida Coastal Waters Act

A bill to protect Florida’s waterways from harmful algal blooms passed Congress nearly unanimously this week and will now head to the president’s desk. The South Florida Clean Coastal Waters Act will for the first time require a federal task force to research algal blooms in Florida and develop a …

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Miami-Dade is working on a plan to clean up Biscayne Bay | Florida News

By ALEX HARRIS, Miami Herald MIAMI (AP) — Biscayne Bay is in dire straits, with several fish killed in recent summers, disappearing seagrass beds and climate change turning up the heat on Miami-Dade’s blue gem. Now, for the first time, Miami-Dade County is developing a formal, state-controlled plan to clean …

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The race to save Atlantic salmon from extinction heats up

A race to save Atlantic salmon from extinction is heating up. A massive research project in the Highlands will ultimately shape policy aimed at reversing a trend and increasing stocks. Scientists and river managers work together knowing that salmon numbers are barely a quarter of those recorded just 40 years …

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Divers removed 25,000 pounds of trash from Lake Tahoe. Now they want to clean up more Sierra lakes

A first-of-its-kind project to clear underwater trash and trash along Lake Tahoe’s 72-mile shoreline wraps up Tuesday as divers complete the final leg of their trash collection circuit in the waters near Stateline, Nevada, where they started a year ago. The amount of garbage picked up: 25,200 pounds, which will …

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Washington Week Ahead: Congress Seeks Crisis Aid Deal, Vilsack Heads to Hill | 2022-05-06

Senators are trying to hammer out a deal on a new Ukraine extra-spending bill by the end of this week, while Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and other cabinet members head to Capitol Hill to question their spending plans. Also this week, the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers will …

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Johnson families clean up after homes flood

JOHNSON, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Some homes in Johnson are no longer habitable after floodwaters seeped inside. John Albright said he woke up to floodwaters on Thursday morning. The water rose to his chest as he emerged from his home. “I woke up and bent over my bed and I was …

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NJDEP Clean Marina Program Protects State’s Coastal Waterways

“A HEALTHY COAST”: The Department of Environmental Protection created its Clean Marina program to help preserve NJ’s waters and surrounding environments. MarineMax in Brant Beach (above) was certified this year. (Photo by Ryan Morrill) In the years since the New Jersey Clean Marina Program was established in 2005 by the …

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North Carolina officials warn algae bloom likely as weather warms

An algal bloom in the Pamlico River in 2021. Photo: NCDEQ With hot summer days comes the possibility of algae blooms in state waters. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Water Resources Division reminded the public on Monday to avoid contact with discolored water that could indicate the presence …

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bathinda: Contaminated canal water leaves orchards barren in Abohar villages | Chandigarh News

Bathinda: In addition to causing many troubles to humans and livestock, the contamination of the canal waters now poses a threat even to citrus cultivation in the Abohar region of Fazilka district. Alkaline water forces farmers growing citrus fruits to uproot their orchards. Dharangwala, a small village, is one of …

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MWRA failing to protect water quality in Boston Harbor, lawsuit says

The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority has repeatedly failed to enforce requirements that industrial facilities pretreat wastewater containing high levels of cyanide, lead, mercury and other toxic substances that was ultimately discharged into the harbor of Boston and Massachusetts Bay, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. The Conservation Law Foundation …

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Public Notice: Water Quality Certification for the Yakama Simcoe Creek West White Swan Nation Restoration Project

Publication date April 26, 2022 Summary On March 31, 2022, the EPA received an application from the Yakama Nation for a water quality certification under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act for the Simcoe Creek West White Swan Restoration Project ( Seattle District Corps of Engineer project #NWS-2022-0260, applied …

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🌱Will the “Superman” building be affordable? + Injury with hit and run

Welcome back, Providence! It’s Sunday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy. High: 55 Low: 39. Here are the three main stories of Providence today: There are currently no hard and fast rules as to the exact …

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Amendment would give Floridians the ‘right to clean and healthy waters’

Freedom of speech, religion, assembly, work: many Floridians know that these rights are guaranteed by their federal and state constitutions. But the right to drinking water? Not found. A group of clean water advocates are working to change that. On Thursday, they announced a desire to add the “right to …

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The state task force recommends Mass. do more to crack down on PFAS

The recommendations came as part of a report on how to deal with contamination from PFAS, a group of highly toxic synthetic chemical compounds that have been found in many Massachusetts drinking water supplies.. The task force, created as part of the fiscal year 2021 budget, unanimously approved the recommendations …

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Valued at $183.7 billion by 2026, bottled water is set to experience robust growth worldwide

What’s new for 2022? Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 19; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 11623Companies: 230 – Players …

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Drinking soda linked to many health problems | Columnists

Hello again, dear readers, and welcome to the monthly letters column. You’ve occupied our mailboxes, so we’re diving in. — We recently answered a question about whether or not the tea, coffee and juicy fruits and vegetables that someone consumes contribute to hydration. The answer is yes, they do. Now, …

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Wisconsin adds electric vehicle charging infrastructure, microgrids and resiliency upgrades to PACE – Energy and Natural Resources

United States: Wisconsin adds electric vehicle charging infrastructure, microgrids and resiliency upgrades to PACE April 13, 2022 Foley & Lardner To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The State of Wisconsin passed a series of …

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Local staff will observe Conservation District Week | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Children learn about nature during a discussion with the representative of the Clinton County Conservation District. MILL HALL – Recognized by the Pennsylvania State House and Senate, April 10-16, 2022 declared “Conservation District Week.” During this week, district offices across the state will hold events and meet with …

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EXPLAINER: What to do with wastewater from a closed nuclear power plant?

A million gallons of radioactive water sits inside an old nuclear power plant along Cape Cod Bay and it needs to go. But where is the thorny question, and will the State intervene according to the company’s dismantling of the factory? Holtec International plans to treat the water and release …

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DNR Seeks Public Comment on Certification and Antidegradation Review

DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is seeking comments for Section 401 Water Quality Certification of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regional Permits 34, 39, and 11-02. Regional Permits (RPs) are general permits authorizing certain activities under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, which involve the …

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Ocean Alliance (OACM) hoists the first “white flag” on Lake Zurich, representing plastic-free waters in Switzerland, as a model for the whole world.

OACM Group Ocean Alliance / Keyword(s): Miscellaneous06.04.2022 / 08:00 Ocean Alliance (OACM) raises the first “white flag” on Lake Zurich, representing plastic-free waters in Switzerland, as a model for the whole world. Zurich, March 6, 2022 – The Ocean Alliance (OACM), a conglomeration of global organizations and institutions, companies and …

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Changes are coming to striped bass management, make your voice heard | Hatch magazine

Over the next two weeks, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is seeking public comment on Draft Amendment 7 to the Atlantic Striped Bass Management Plan. This is an incredible opportunity to improve several facets of management, leading to more striped bass in the water in the future. Today, striped …

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Costa Mesa resident hopes to make a splash with art exhibit at John Wayne Airport

From a bungalow that doubles as a studio, Costa Mesa artist Bonnie Matthews worked to create a piece of public art that showcases her whimsical style while delivering a message about the importance of stewardship. ‘environment. And, boy, is this a whale of a project. A wood panel cut out …

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Floods in Australia: more rain adds to the fight for reconstruction | Floods News

Lismore, Australia – In late February, torrential rains battered the northern part of the Australian state of New South Wales, submerging the region in raging floods. Now – with residents still trying to rebuild – the area has been hit again, leaving many desperate. “I think if they had a …

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Florida Department of Health issues toxic algae alert for Lake Washington

Florida health officials are warning not to swim, wade, boat or eat fish from Lake Washington, or let your dog sip the water. The Florida Department of Health in Brevard issued a health alert on Monday about harmful blue-green algae toxins in Lake Washington, after samples were taken in March. …

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Federal government announces proposed settlement with North Slope Borough

A settlement announcement proposed on Wednesday, March 16 by the Environmental Protection Agency will require the Versant Nord borough to make infrastructure investments to comply with solid and hazardous waste management rules and prevention rules. oil spills. The borough will have to hire an independent third-party auditor to ensure the …

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Does “energized” water work?

A North Canterbury company claims great results with devices that use electromagnetic radiation in the form of low-frequency radio transmitters to ‘structure’ or ‘energize’ water for a wide range of benefits. HydroBoost says the devices, when applied to livestock, irrigation or household supplies, have been shown to reduce impurities, promote …

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West Palm Beach needs to think long-term to improve water use and quality

It seems that water supply has become a priority for West Palm Beach – finally. With all the signs that the city is experiencing historic growth, the time is long past for city officials to start paying more attention to this most valuable resource. Give municipal officials credit for taking …

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🌱 MoMa Suspect Stabbed Charged in Philadelphia + 18 Pounds of Cocaine Found

Happy Tuesday, Philadelphia! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day off right. Here are the most important things happening around Philadelphia today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 63 Low: 44. For Financial Planners and Advisors – we are now offering sponsorship opportunities to …

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Lead Contamination Remains a Significant Problem at Outdoor Firing Ranges, Prompt Citizens to File Lawsuits Under Environmental Law | Miles and Stockbridge PC

Spent lead ammunition at outdoor shooting ranges remains an important environmental topic, as accumulated lead can pose a threat to human health and the environment if best management practices are not implemented in a timely manner to minimize the impact. Lead contamination is a known problem in the shooting community, …

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Averting Asia’s Water Crisis – Asian Scientist Magazine

AsianScientist (March 16, 2022) – For many communities around the world, rivers and seas are their lifeline. To meet nutritional needs, fishermen transport their marine catch, while farmers need a constant flow of water to irrigate their farmland. For sanitation, clean water and livelihood security, access to clean water is …

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DVIDS – News – U.S. and Canadian Coast Guards Reaffirm Great Lakes Environmental Response Partnership

The US and Canadian Coast Guards share a long history of collaboration on the Great Lakes. theseinland waters are vital to the economies of both countries, with an estimated 34 million people living in and aroundthe Great Lakes basin on both sides of the border. Keeping these waters clean and …

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Florida’s Best Beaches With The Clearest Water

When it comes to beaches, Florida tops the list on the east coast – but which beaches promise swimming in crystal clear water? For people who enjoy swimming, diving, snorkeling and other water-related activities, clear waters are what they are looking for! Falling on beaches with very clear waters is …

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It’s time to help the trees help you Adams | Columns

“Help the trees help you” is part of the Keystone 10 Million Tree promotion this year. Trees really help us, giving us shade to reduce our air conditioning bills in summer, and our heating bills by protecting us from winter winds. Today, they are even more essential to our lives, …

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HILL COUNTRY STATE

A recently released report by the Texas Hill Country Conservation Network examined the current state of conservation and growth in the Hill Country. What he revealed was a region at a crossroads, facing threats to its future. The report, titled “State of the Hill Country,” established a baseline for eight …

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Lake Eric fish had an excellent hatch in 2021

Good news for Lake Erie perch and walleye anglers was announced last week by the Fisheries Department of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. It looks like the 2021 hatch for both species was a banner year! This is great news for the future of fishing. I just watched …

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Lake Champlain Basin Program Awards $4.4 Million in Grants | Local News

Grand Isle, VT – The Lake Champlain Basin Program recently awarded more than $4.4 million in grants to communities and organizations in New York, Quebec and Vermont to improve the future of the Lake Champlain watershed. Lake Champlain. The LCBP has awarded nearly $20 million to more than 1,630 projects …

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Earthjustice Statement on President Biden’s State of the Union Address

washington d.c. — Today, President Joe Biden delivered his first State of the Union address. Following the speech, Abigail Dillen, President of Earthjustice issued the following statement: “Tonight, the President presented a powerful vision for the country and for defending democracy in unity with allies around the world, and we …

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Nonprofit Goal: WebFX and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation

WEBFXWhy do you think it is important for your business to support nonprofit organizations in our region? As a company, we lead by example, work with integrity and aspire to leave a better world, both inside and outside our neighborhood. In our hometown of Harrisburg, we host regular get-togethers, support …

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Coral, silver and gold in Dalmatia

February 26, 2022 – Following our article dedicated to traditional jewelry from Istria, a look at the intricate filigree pieces traditionally worn in Dalmatia In the first part of this series, we wrote about medieval jewelry discovered in Istria that has only recently seen a revival in the form of …

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Landowners embrace conservation as a financial benefit Family Legacy/Public News Service

Colorado landowners could play a major role in President Joe Biden’s effort to keep 30% of the country’s land undeveloped by 2030, and make money at the same time. Jay Fetcher’s family has been raising cattle since 1994. He said when his family considered the idea of ​​a conservation easement …

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Hundreds of Sydney storm damage cleanup work begins after torrential rains

Major storm cleanup efforts are underway in parts of sydney after massive amounts of precipitation over the past two days have caused extensive damage to homes and roads. The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) witnessed several scenes where trees had fallen causing damage to residential properties. Residents of Sydney’s Guildford …

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bill would allow good Samaritans to clean up mines | Opinion

Jonathan Wood Across the western United States, abandoned mines, including about 23,000 in Colorado, are releasing toxic pollutants into the environment every day, altering water quality, dirtying fish habitat and compromising the environment. public health. Conservation groups, mining companies and other private parties would voluntarily clean up many of these …

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3 Common Bug Traps and How to Fish Them

Knowing these three common hatches for river fishing is the difference between success and failure. Depending on the time of year, trout (and other angler fish) are eager to take advantage of major insect outbreaks, and this turns into an advantage for the angler. Once humans got the hang of …

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‘Water Snob’ spends $2,000 a month on fancy bottled water

Can you imagine paying $2,000 a month for such a basic necessity as water? A man supposedly does it – and he gets roasted for it. TikTok user @ryandubs has gone viral for posting a video about his eye-watering monthly spending on fancy bottled water. In @ryandubs’ TikTok video, which …

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Court rules on no-discharge zone, blocking Trump administration’s persistent attempt to allow ships to discharge sewage into Puget Sound

washington d.c. — In late February 14, the United States District Court in Washington, DC, overturned a decision by US waterway operators and the Trump administration’s former US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to halt the implementation of a no-discharge zone (NDZ) for Washington’s Puget Sound. State. The NDZ, first proposed …

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State and Federal Governments Move to Wind Power Leasing in Gulf of Mexico – Energy and Natural Resources

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. In the first six weeks of 2022, state and federal governments have taken action for the development of offshore wind energy off the coast of Louisiana. On February 1, the Climate Initiatives Task …

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Unpacking the Infrastructure Bill

by Patrick McCullough | published on February 12, 2022 Illustration by Julia Jones Photograph by Diana Spencer Jhe Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), formerly known as the INVEST in America Act and more commonly, the bipartisan infrastructure bill, was signed into law by President Joe Biden on November 15, …

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Upcoming invasive species webinars focus on law enforcement, boating hygiene and Lymantria dispar (formerly gypsy moth)

February 10, 2022 New sessions in Michigan’s NotMISpecies webinar series will cover how conservation officers help prevent invasive species introductions, as well as ways to enjoy the outdoors while minimizing the harmful effects of plants, animals and invasive pests. Supported by the Michigan Invasive Species Program, …

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Should sea otters be brought back to the Oregon Coast?

A recent report claims that reintroducing sea otters to the Oregon Coast is feasible and beneficial to the state’s marine ecosystem if certain best reintroduction policies are followed. However, sea otters’ voracious appetites for certain invertebrates may have “consequential” impacts on fisheries in the region. Sea otters have an outsized …

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US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water – Morning Journal

By AUDREY McAVOY HONOLULU — A giant US government fuel storage facility hidden inside a mountain ridge overlooking Pearl Harbor has supplied fuel to military ships and planes plying the Pacific Ocean since World War II. Its very existence was a secret for years. Even after it was declassified, few …

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Study finds Florida bonefish contaminated with prescription drugs

A bonefish swims above seagrass on a South Florida flat. A new study has found traces of pharmaceutical drugs in dozens of bonefish from Biscayne Bay to the Florida Keys. Ian Wilson According to a study published this week, a cocktail of prescription drugs – ranging from blood pressure medications …

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Contaminating Our Oasis – The Manitoulin Expositor

Manitoulin High School students clean up the trails near their school. MSS Share/Go Green Presents… A Manitoulin Eco-Hero by Anika Smith and Daphne Carr Pollution is a vast and very relevant subject because it affects the whole planet, including Manitoulin Island. We may have a very green environment compared to …

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Senator Cramer pays tribute to Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on What’s On Your Mind

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) joined Scott Hennen on What’s On Your Mind today to honor the life and service of North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. Excerpts from the conversation can be found below. “He was the same guy last week that he was then, which is …

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2022 NPDES General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Construction Activities: US Environmental Protection Agency Federal Register Notice Issuing Final Permit Renewal | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, LLC

Download PDF The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) issued a Federal Register notice on January 24 regarding its general permit 2022 Clean Water Act National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) for water discharges. stormwater from construction activities (“Building Permit”). See 87 Fed. Reg 3522. The construction permit is a general …

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Fayette County Student Is District-Wide Finalist in Water District Essay Contest

The Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District (Metro Water District) announced the district-wide winner for the 20and annual college essay competition, Samarth Iyengar of the Kittredge Magnet School, as well as 14 other regional winners. This year’s competition focused on the unique nature of the region’s water resources and the …

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Biden administrator. cancels leases for a mine near Boundary Waters

The Biden administration on Wednesday canceled two federal mining leases for the Twin Metals copper-nickel mine project in northern Minnesota, likely killing a project widely condemned for being too close to the pristine Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. The huge underground mine would have tapped large reserves of copper and …

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Today’s Local Utah News Headlines – Monday Evening, January 24, 2022

Monday evening, January 24, 2022 State Utah decides how to spend its share of national opioid settlement money Utah is set to receive more than $300 million over the next two decades as part of a nationwide opioid settlement. State advocates and lawmakers met Monday to strategize how that money …

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Planting more oysters can help Lowcountry fight rising waters | News SC Climate and Environment

WADMALAW – Ask one of the Barrier Island Oyster Co. crew members about their product and they’ll quickly give you insight into the oyster and all its superpowers. The Lowcountry staple provides habitat for all sorts of creatures in an estuarine environment; it acts as a filter for water, helping …

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Extensive refund system reduces wastage

Newscast Victoria Friday, January 21, 2022 2:00 PM Starting February 1, 2022, British Columbians will be able to return containers of milk and milk alternatives for a refund to reduce waste as part of the provincial CleanBC Plastics action plan. Shifting milk containers to the deposit system will recover the …

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‘US waters’ announcement leaves some license holders in limbo | Ballard Spahr LLP

The Biden administration has announced that the federal government will honor, on a limited basis, United States Water Determinations (WOTUS) issued under Section 404 of the Federal Clean Water Act by the Trump administration despite a 2021 Federal Court decision overturning the Trump WOTUS Definition. This is good news for …

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Technion scientists remove toxins from drinking water

Researchers from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have developed innovative technology to remove dangerous pollutants from drinking water. The technology effectively removes and destroys synthetic organofluorine chemical compounds (PFAS). PFAS are a family of problematic pollutants, also known as “eternal chemicals” due to their chemical stability and persistence …

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Those cursed dams: a cautionary tale | Peach

We are very fortunate to have the longest undammed river in the state of New Hampshire. The Saco River is 41 miles of flowing bliss. Over the past 25 years, working with Trout Unlimited, I have learned that the number one barrier to cold, clean water and free-flowing watersheds are …

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Galloo Island New York State, United States

Steep cliffs, mysterious coves and cool, calm waters Boasting a wealth of natural beauty, this large and expansive private island in Lake Ontario is approx. 2000 acres, 4.5 miles (7 km) long and up to 1.5 miles (2.5 km) wide. It includes 10 miles (16 km) of diverse shoreline and …

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Maine’s existing laws have not reduced pollution. The Pine Tree Amendment will help.

The Opinion BDN section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to reporting or editing articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com. Luki Hewitt lives in Penobscot and is a member of the Narramissic Valley Friends in Orland. This column was submitted on behalf of the …

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The rarest and weirdest fish in New Horizons

Fishing is a favorite pastime for Animal crossing: new horizons players and villagers alike, but it takes great commitment to catch all the fish in the game. All fish species appear at different rates, and while some can be caught on any day, others never come to the surface. only …

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The Clean Water Act authorization rule finalized by the Army Corps

On December 27, 2021, the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) released a Nationwide Licensing Final Rule (NWP) renewing an essential licensing tool for the government and the regulated community. To comply with the Clean Water Act (CWA or the Act), projects with minimal adverse environmental effects may obtain an …

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Verso to pay $ 250,000 after a fish dies in the Escanaba River

The Michigan Department of the Environment, Great Lakes and Energy today announced a settlement with Verso Corp. concerning violations of the national system for the elimination of pollutant discharges at the company’s Escanaba plant. The permit violations relate to a release of “black liquor” at the Verso paper mill wastewater …

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Beavers rescued from euthanasia restore rivers in Utah desert

When introduced to any region, beavers can have a good impact on the environment. It even includes places like the Moab Desert in Utah. And that’s exactly what a team of academics did. (Photo: Getty Images) How beavers have a positive impact on their environment A Utah State University student …

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Looking forward to another year on the lake | News, Sports, Jobs

The New Year is as fresh as it gets, full of promise and opportunity for those who look forward to whatever awaits them. New Year’s optimism is kind of how I see fishing as well. The slate is clean. The disappointments are in the rearview mirror. Like the fisherman who …

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Do IRBs make sense for mid-size and large solar farms?

November 17, 2021 Mr. Editor, My family has been at May’s Lick for many generations. I live on my family farm and love living in the countryside and in Mason County. There have been recent editorials and opinions on social media about solar power that are disheartening. This community must …

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Mizzou researchers propose to change drinking water laws

Researchers at the University of Missouri are calling for a new approach to the Clean Water Act, and the team wants to start at the sink and work your way up to where the rain hits the earth. Lawyer Robin Rotman and civil engineer Kathleen Trauth are co-authors of a …

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Abandoned sailors recount their lives since stranding in Umm Al Quwain

It has been seven months since Vinay Kumar and his crew left the United Arab Emirates after being stranded at Umm Al Quwain aboard an oil tanker abandoned at sea for nearly three years. When the Merchant Tanker Iba parted from its anchorage in rough seas and drifted onto a …

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St. Lucia River and Indian River Lagoon Nonprofits Seek Christmas Donations

When you’re tasked with protecting and restoring the waters of North America’s most biodiverse estuary, there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to crunch the finances and crunch the numbers for daily accounting. Mike Conner, the Indian Riverkeeper, therefore has a “12 Days of Christmas” wish for the Treasure …

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Powerful storm system triggers flooding along San Mateo County coast – CBS San Francisco

HALF MOON BAY (CBS SF) – Flood waters flowed down Corral Reef Avenue in El Granada after a powerful winter storm front roared across the San Mateo County coast on Thursday morning, quickly spilling more than an inch of rain in a heavy downpour. The National Weather Service has issued …

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PA House Passes Clean Streams Bill Amendment; critics say it will weaken the app

STATE IMPACT IN PENNSYLVANIA – Lawmakers are proposing a measure to change state law on clean flows. Supporters say it will make the law more convenient for businesses to follow, but critics say it will not be practical to enforce it. A section of Polen Run, a stream in Greene …

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stimulated by the pandemic, a renewed call to protect the city’s waterways | Now

The following essay was originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer in conjunction with the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation at Drexel University as part of Rebuilding Philly, a series of commentary articles written by faculty and professionals. of Drexel related to the COVID-19 pandemic and to racial and economic equity. …

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Prime Minister Imran Khan takes note of Gwadar protest and ensures action

Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan took note on Sunday of the ongoing protest by fishermen in Gwadar, Balochistan. “I have taken note of the very legitimate demands of the hardworking fishermen of Gwadar. He will take strong action against illegal trawler fishing and will also address CM Balochistan, ”Prime Minister …

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It’s time to stem the tide of woes caused by climate change | Forum

A man kayakes in flooded downtown Annapolis as residents examine conditions following Hurricane Isabel on September 19, 2003. Mike Land / Chesapeake Bay Program Climate change has been called an existential crisis, and rightly so. It is urgent and global – a fact that drew prominent world leaders and thousands …

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The Recorder – Barnhardt Manufacturing Co. in Colrain to pay $ 1.5 million for 2019 acid spill

COLRAIN – The cotton bleaching company believed to be responsible for the deaths of more than 270,000 fish, including thousands of state-listed rare species, following an acid spill at its Colrain plant in 2019 agreed to pay nearly $ 1.5 million in settlement. North Carolina-based Barnhardt Manufacturing Co. reportedly dumped …

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