By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (October 15, 2021, 12:26 p.m. EDT) – As Georgia’s population continues to grow, environmental issues including water use, environmental justice and tensions between rural and urban interests , will also gain importance. Peach State grew by more than one million people between 2010 and 2020, largelyRead More →

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A fictitious green parliament aimed at educating students about environmental conservation as well as parliamentary work was organized on Tuesday by the Kudremukh Wildlife Division of the Forestry Department in conjunction with the Institutions Tribune Speakers Club Alvas teaching center in Moodbidri. Students from seven colleges in Dakshina Kannada representingRead More →

Annapolis officials gave an Anne Arundel County contracting company a Friday deadline to respond to environmental concerns raised by residents and a city councilman two months after the company was fined for violations at a construction site near Quiet Waters Park. In late July, Reliable Contracting Co. was fined $2,000Read More →

To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The French employee representative bodies, the Social and Economic Committees, have a new role in monitoring the environmental implication of employers’ projects. The Social and Economic Committee (CSE) is the representative body for staff in France, made up of electedRead More →

Bae, Kim & Lee Expert Advisor Lee Yeon-woo As regulatory and stakeholder issues escalate around environmental, social and governance factors, companies must now monitor the associated risks more strategically. Unfortunately, ESG issues are sensitive to public choice, rely on materiality based on future scenarios and require longer time horizons. Thus,Read More →

The winners of the Student Research Fellowships pictured clockwise from top left: Eliza Newman, Isiah Winters, Guillermina Zabala Suarez, Teah Brands, James Tee, Samantha Bakke, Bettine Josties September 9, 2021 Student Research Fellowship Winners Address Critical Social, Political and Environmental Issues Preparing students to critically investigate our rapidly changing societyRead More →

Sierra Club’s national magazine, “Sierra Magazine,” recently announced the University of Massachusetts Amherst as one of the top 20 environmentally friendly higher education institutions in North America. Picture UMass, ranked 18 out of 328, is among those who “have demonstrated a deep and comprehensive commitment to tackle climate change, protectRead More →

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have captured the attention of investors over the past decade and the pandemic has only accelerated the trend. ESG is now at the forefront of positive change. Investors are focusing more on better management of significant exposures to environmental, social and ESG risks andRead More →

The new EH MATTERS Fellowship gives students from underrepresented groups the opportunity to conduct research on environmental health and safety issues. [3¾ min read] Tim Saunders (left) and Leon Zhu gain experience in environmental health research through their Fellowships in Environmental Health Methodology, Training and Education (EH MATTERS). (Photos: CourtesyRead More →

SINGAPORE – The average Singaporean is very aware of environmental issues, sometimes adopting many green practices, and championing some of these issues and practices to friends and family. These are the conclusions of a climate index launched Tuesday, August 17 by OCBC Bank in partnership with Eco-Business, a media andRead More →

The positions of the parties on the environment and climate change were in the spotlight Wednesday evening during an electoral debate in Halifax. Candidates representing Greens, Liberals, Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats touted their party’s platforms at an Ecology Action Center event and answered questions on some of the mostRead More →

Environmental education requires more investment and innovation if future generations are to be able to fully respond to the climate emergency, experts said. The deepening environmental crisis will continue to worsen if there is not significant support and investment in environmental and science education, the researchers warned. Reforms would helpRead More →

From pv magazine Australia Australia’s green energy and hydrogen project and possibly the world’s largest, the 26 GW, $ 50 billion Asian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH) planned for the Pilbara region of Australia- Occidentale was granted Major Project status by the Commonwealth of Nations last year; last week it wasRead More →

The Udall Foundation recognized three Yale undergraduates for their commitment to careers in tribal public policy, the environment or indigenous health care, as well as for their leadership potential and academic achievements. Sophomore Joe Boland was named 2021 Udall Fellow in the Tribal Public Policy category; junior Abey Philip receivedRead More →

April 15, 2021 3 ASU humanities faculties share their thoughts on creating a more sustainable future From food insecurity to the collapse of biodiversity, the field of environmental humanities tackles broad issues from an interdisciplinary perspective, aiming to connect two traditionally separate fields. “The environmental humanities are invaluable because theyRead More →

UCLA environmental law and climate change experts have seen positive developments under President Joe Biden. Now, halfway through his first 100 days, they are weighing in on what his administration has already accomplished and watching closely what to come. Professors from the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLARead More →

A competitive research grant program has selected eight projects that will study water quality and other aspects of the Long Island Strait. The program, Long Island Sound Study, is funded by federal and state funds through a joint effort of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Connecticut Sea Grant,Read More →

As countries continue to grapple with the aftermath of a global pandemic, the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) will meet virtually from February 22-23. At its fifth session, UNEA – the world’s highest environmental decision-making body – will bring together ministers and policy makers representing 193 member states as wellRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — As methods to help mitigate climate change continue to develop, two Penn State researchers have studied teachers’ beliefs and practices about environmental issues and theorized a design for social studies that focuses on “earth society”, not just human society. Mark Kissling, assistant professor in the DepartmentRead More →

(NASA) Note: An updated version of this article posted on April 21, 2020 is available here. The 1970s were an important time for American environmentalism. Congress passed the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act, President Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency, and the nation celebrated its firstRead More →