Clean Waters

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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Flood-hit Inglewood businesses count costs amid insurance confusion

When Sharon Reidy started Inglewood Coffee Shop and Tea Garden over 10 years ago, she knew she was not eligible for flood coverage from her insurer. When floodwaters ravaged the border town last week, his business was one of many that were badly affected. She now faces a damage bill …

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Throw a stone through the waters to create many ripples

Nicholson As November 2021 fades into memory, have you taken the time to be thankful? No problem if you haven’t. Every day is a good time to think about things for which we should be grateful. As always, a few thoughts on my recent adventures as mayor of America’s Best …

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The story of two cities: why the expat community of Nairobi lives in a different world

Section of Cycads Estate, Runda. [Fidelis Kabunyi, Stamdard] The story of two cities: why the expat community of Nairobi lives in a different world So… Nairobi, our beloved city that once shone in the sun, has been voted the best city on the continent and ranked among the 12 best …

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Brazil enters morally troubled waters by hosting dog surfing competitions in a world adjacent to animal abuse!

Help bring home a cultural icon. Surfer, motorcycle racer, artist, hep-cat and co-founder of The Royal Hawaiian Crowd Elimination Technique in Malibu, Billy al Bengston was one of the Malibu team members in the 1950s. who had all those beautiful green walls for him and his friends including Miki “Da …

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California’s first plan to ban offshore oil has failed and casts a shadow

SACRAMENTO – The offshore oil derricks that dot the California coastline continue to pump despite a history of catastrophic spills and the wishes of generations of politicians to scrap them. They even survived a modest attempt by state officials over a decade ago to offer incentives to oil companies that …

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