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New Nissan LEAF – amaze your senses
New Nissan LEAF – amaze your senses
8/22/2017 8:06:33 PM
The new Nissan LEAF will be revealed September 6, 2017 in Japan. Packed with our most advanced technologies, the redesigned next-generation LEAF will amaze your senses and raise the bar for the electric vehicle market.
BASF submits new Revysol fungicide for North American registration
BASF submits new Revysol fungicide for North American registration
8/22/2017 7:51:12 PM
BASF submitted the regulatory dossier for its newest active ingredient Revysol[sup]® [/sup]fungicide to registration authorities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
EMLab P&K’s Dr. Harriet Burge and Dave Gallup to Present at Inaugural NAMM Indoor Air Conference
EMLab P&K’s Dr. Harriet Burge and Dave Gallup to Present at Inaugural NAMM Indoor Air Conference
8/22/2017 1:13:59 PM
EMLab P&K, a TestAmerica company and the leading commercial indoor air quality (IAQ) laboratory in North America, is honored to be participating in the upcoming National Association for Moisture Management (NAMM) Indoor Air Conference.
Carbon-neutral cars: synthetic fuels turn CO2 into a raw material
Carbon-neutral cars: synthetic fuels turn CO2 into a raw material
8/22/2017 12:40:11 PM
Up until recently, a carbon-neutral combustion engine was the stuff of dreams. Now it may soon become reality. The secret lies in synthetic, or carbon-neutral, fuels, whose manufacturing process captures CO2.
The first smart flower
The first smart flower
8/22/2017 12:14:38 PM
This is a first in Switzerland and for AccorHotels! A smartflower follows the sun’s position to absorb as much energy as possible, which it then converts into electricity.
Children’s Makeup Removed from Shelves after Reports of Possible Asbestos and Heavy Metals
Children’s Makeup Removed from Shelves after Reports of Possible Asbestos and Heavy Metals
8/22/2017 8:53:25 AM
In July, media outlets from coast-to-coast broadcasted reports about the possible discovery of hazardous materials in makeup marketed to young girls.
Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise and activists released after being arrested for protesting against oil drilling in Norway
Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise and activists released after being arrested for protesting against oil drilling in Norway
8/22/2017 8:41:13 AM
Six activists have been fined for breaching the safety zone around the oil rig, Songa Enabler, on Thursday. Greenpeace considers the  arrest by the Norwegian authorities to be unlawful  as the protest was carried out in an area where the activists have a right to protest peacefully in connection with the right of freedom of navigation.
EPA Announces Appointment of Trey Glenn to Region 4 Administrator
EPA Announces Appointment of Trey Glenn to Region 4 Administrator
8/22/2017 8:36:13 AM
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt announced the appointment of Trey Glenn of Alabama to become Regional Administrator for EPA’s Southeast Region (Region 4).
EXCLUSIVE: National Geographic Captures One of The First Images of the Solar Eclipse from Plane Above the Pacific Ocean
EXCLUSIVE: National Geographic Captures One of The First Images of the Solar Eclipse from Plane Above the Pacific Ocean
8/22/2017 7:23:58 AM
National Geographic captured one of the first images of the “Great American Eclipse” before it crossed the U.S. by partnering with Airbnb. Early morning, one winner and guest of Airbnb’s Night At Solar Eclipse contest  boarded a private jet and headed for the Oregon coastline to capture one of the first glimpses of the total solar eclipse.
Riverside Apartment Complex Damaged by Fire Remains Vacant as Neighbors Worry about Asbestos
Riverside Apartment Complex Damaged by Fire Remains Vacant as Neighbors Worry about Asbestos
8/21/2017 12:47:01 PM
In July,  The Press-Enterprise  published an article about a large apartment complex that was damaged by fire and has sat vacant for years in downtown Riverside, California.
Solar power for dairy processing at FrieslandCampina
Solar power for dairy processing at FrieslandCampina
8/21/2017 12:22:23 PM
Henk Kamp, the Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, granted over 200 million euro SDE+ subsidy for the installation of solar panels at the roofs of FrieslandCampina member dairy farms.
Potential Worker Exposures to Mercury and Asbestos Results in OSHA Complaint
Potential Worker Exposures to Mercury and Asbestos Results in OSHA Complaint
8/21/2017 8:51:30 AM
This summer, multiple media outlets reported about a worker who tested positive for elevated levels of mercury after working on a project at a New Hampshire power generating facility.
Belize moratorium on offshore oil activity landmark step forward for marine conservation
Belize moratorium on offshore oil activity landmark step forward for marine conservation
8/21/2017 7:46:15 AM
The Belize government’s decision to introduce critical legislation to establish a permanent moratorium on offshore oil activity in and around the Belize Barrier Reef has been welcomed by WWF, Oceana and other members of the Belize Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage as a landmark step forward for the World Heritage site and marine conservation globally.
Congressman Charlie Crist Visits Harris Corporation for Space, Environment and Technology Discussions
Congressman Charlie Crist Visits Harris Corporation for Space, Environment and Technology Discussions
8/21/2017 6:27:06 AM
Congressman Charlie Crist (D-St. Petersburg) met with Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) officials Thursday at the company’s headquarters to discuss topics related to technology development and its impact on Florida.
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tidwell Closes Distinguished Forest Service Career, Announces Retirement
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tidwell Closes Distinguished Forest Service Career, Announces Retirement
8/21/2017 6:19:26 AM
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell announced his retirement after a 40-year career, characterized by his climb from a firefighter to a District Ranger, Forest Supervisor to the head of the U.S.
Sustainability Never Goes Out of Fashion at Element Hotels: Launching ‘Element Exchange’ Clothing Swap Pop-Ups in Celebration of National Secondhand Wardrobe Day, August 25
Sustainability Never Goes Out of Fashion at Element Hotels: Launching ‘Element Exchange’ Clothing Swap Pop-Ups in Celebration of National Secondhand Wardrobe Day, August 25
8/21/2017 6:13:07 AM
Element® Hotels, part of Marriott International, is proud to support National Secondhand Wardrobe Day on August 25, 2017 by introducing The Element Exchange, a series of secondhand clothing pop-ups.
In Liège: a new vision for the humanities in the 21st Century
In Liège: a new vision for the humanities in the 21st Century
8/21/2017 5:59:05 AM
For one week in August 2017, Liège, in Belgium, became the “world capital of humanities”, to quote Paul-Émile Mottard, President of the Provincial College of Liège.
Logan River watershed receives portion of $1m grant for water quality improvement projects
Logan River watershed receives portion of $1m grant for water quality improvement projects
8/20/2017 4:04:42 PM
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $1,004,260 to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) to help protect human health and the environment through a Nonpoint Source Program Clean Water Act Section 319 cooperative agreement.
Peaceful protest against Arctic drilling unlawfully ended by Norwegian authorities
Peaceful protest against Arctic drilling unlawfully ended by Norwegian authorities
8/18/2017 12:09:42 PM
Early Thursday, activists on inflatable boats and kayaks entered the exclusion zone of Statoil’s Korpfjell well, Norway’s most northern oil drilling site to date, and attached a giant globe to the rig Songa Enabler.
Many Southeast Los Angeles County Residents Not Satisfied With Lead Contamination Cleanup
Many Southeast Los Angeles County Residents Not Satisfied With Lead Contamination Cleanup
8/18/2017 9:21:13 AM
For years, residents in parts of southeast Los Angeles County have heard from media reports and public health experts about potential lead contamination around their homes, schools and businesses.