To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail OUR GRANT OPPORTUNITIES: Youth Today’s grant listings are carefully curated for our subscribers working in youth-related industries. Subscribers will find local, state, regional and national grant opportunities. THE PURPOSE OF THIS GRANT: Environmental education, Education, Civic engagement, Employment / Career Thanks forRead More →

Young photo of Kwak Lands Council Executive Director Amanda Parrish uses her own backyard to troubleshoot promising strategies for environmental improvement. A Manda Parrish moved to the Interior Northwest the day after she graduated from the University of San Francisco in 2008. Work with the Coeur d’Alene TribeRead More →

Natasha Parsons taught at Garrard Middle School for three years. RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – Natasha Parsons, eighth-grade science teacher at Garrard Middle School and EKU alumnus in 2007 and 2012, won the MK Dickerson Outstanding Educator Award for Excellence in Environmental Education from the Kentucky Association ofRead More →

State Senator James Sanders Jr. received a perfect score of 100% for his voting record for positive environmental issues based on a scoreboard from the New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV), a non-partisan advocacy group. The annual scorecard, which was released on September 21, 2021, examines how legislators inRead More →

This article was originally published here About Sci Pollut Res Int. October 16, 2021. doi: 10.1007 / s11356-021-17024-1. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT Based on both ‘stakeholder’ and ‘cognitive’ theories, this study shed light on the optimistic side of the COVID-19 pandemic, as it also sheds light on the conceptsRead More →

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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Region 10 press releases October 6, 2021 The United States Environmental Protection Agency has announced that funding of up to $ 3 million for local environmental education grants is now available under the 2021 Local Environmental Education Grants program. EPA will award grants in each of the 10 EPA regions,Read 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 →

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 →

NEWPORT – For Dawn Dextraze, education and outreach specialist for the Sullivan County Conservation District, the past year has been an ongoing experience of adaptation due in large part to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic. But despite organizing fewer school trips than in previous years, the county education program hasRead More →

To print this article, simply register or connect to 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 →

Long Island elected officials and community leaders celebrated the grand opening of the Center for Environmental Education and Resilience at Hempstead Lake State Park on Thursday. Governor Kathy Hochul, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and others gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 8,000-square-foot facility, which opened on the fourthRead 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 →

It wasn’t too long ago that a desolate piece of land just north of Capitol Drive, surrounded by railroad tracks to the west and 31st Street to the east, was completely devastated. Today it is a thriving green space called Green technology station designed to capture rainwater. The project canRead More →

US Senator Chuck Schumer said: “In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, I fought for billions of dollars in federal investments in green and resilient infrastructure across New York State, including $ 125 million in prevention efforts. flooding of the Mill River watershed. This center for environmental education and resilience isRead More →

When it comes to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), you may wonder if nature or upbringing plays the biggest role in its occurrence. For example, let’s say more than one of your children has been diagnosed with ADHD. Maybe you are wondering if you are doing something to provoke it.Read More →

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. There will always be challenges in any entrepreneurial activity, as entrepreneurship is basically aimed at solving urgent and difficult to solve problems in the market. However, some markets are known to have inherent challenges that hamper aspiring entrepreneurs even before they canRead More →

David Balakirsky, a freshman computer science student at the University of Maryland, recently won the Presidential Environmental Youth Award for his involvement with the Bioma Project, a nonprofit student organization dedicated to educating young people about the environment. The PEYA award is organized by the Environmental Protection Agency and isRead More →

Children learn to enjoy the outdoors in Nature’s Classroom Report by photojournalist Mike Hughes TAMPA, Florida – Since 1969, more than 328,006 elementary students from Hillsborough County schools have experienced Nature’s Classroom, an outdoor environmental education program located on 365 acres of land along the Hillsborough River. During a three-dayRead More →

WITH THE AUTHORIZATION of Rock Hollow One of the places where kids can play is the Rock Hollow Woods Environmental Education Center in Robeson Township. (Courtesy of Rock Hollow Woods) Michelle Zeitz is the new Executive Director of the Rock Hollow Woods Environmental Learning Center. Michelle Zeitz has been appointedRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

Eleven-year-old Jack Dalton from Manchester has another name: the “Kid Conservationist”. His YouTube channel is full of fun videos about endangered species and the natural world. His efforts in environmental education have won him the President’s Environmental Youth Award. Get NHPR reports on politics, the pandemic, and other hot topicsRead 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 →

INDIANAPOLIS – The combination of threats from COVID-19 and extreme heat in many socially vulnerable communities across the United States is a real concern for public health officials, highlighting the need to better understand how the aggravating factors can increase the risk of COVID-19. In a new study published inRead More →

Credit: public domain CC0 Machine learning can accurately predict cardiovascular disease and guide treatment, but models that incorporate the social determinants of health can better capture risks and outcomes for diverse groups, according to a new study by researchers from the School of Global Public Health and the Tandon SchoolRead More →

Researchers don’t study enough type 1 diabetes in minority populations, said Ezio Bonifacio, PhD, professor of diabetes and preclinical stem cell work at the Technical University of Dresden, Germany. Transcription: Do we know what genetic or environmental factors “tip the balance” in the development of type 1 diabetes (T1D)? AreRead More →

Computer vision technology is increasingly used in areas such as automatic surveillance systems, self-driving cars, facial recognition, healthcare, and social distancing tools. Users need accurate and reliable visual information to fully exploit the benefits of video analytics applications, but the quality of video data is often affected by environmental factorsRead 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 →

Outdoor Environmental Education Grants Awarded for Watershed Studies July 1, 2021 Funding supports projects promoting science and stewardship for students The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced $160,000 in awards for students and youth in outdoor science and watershed education in the state. The following schools and nonprofits will receiveRead 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 →

June 17, 2021 A biologist from RUDN University studied the aggressive effect of environmental factors, such as ozone, salts and water, on Ultrafine nanofibers of biopolymers. The RUDN University biologist studied the aggressive impact of environmental factors (water, salts and ozone) on ultrafine nanofibers of biopolymers. The results will helpRead More →

Prof. Cindy Kao, Design and Environmental Analysis, expands her lab’s research into technology and design to raise Ithaca’s young girls, and Prof. K. Max Zhang, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, redefines the boundaries of technology and energy. In all STEM fields, the two researchers are breaking down barriers and engaging localRead More →

Westminster College’s Center for the Environment launches its series of summer educational programs with “Forest Therapy: Science Fact or Fiction?” at 9 a.m. Saturday at the college’s outdoor field station located at 937 Fayette-New Wilmington Road in New Wilmington. Participants will walk through the field station while learning about theRead More →

The ability to precisely control processing rates and achieve energy savings has generalized the application of frequency converters (VFDs) and they are increasingly applied to loads in harsh environments. As with many electronic devices, environmental conditions can be a key factor in durability and reliability; temperature, humidity, shock and vibration,Read More →

Associate Professor Ken tachibana, reveals how prenatal exposure to ambient fine particles disrupts DNA methylation and subsequent gene expression in fetal development Human and animal epidemiological studies indicate that nutrition and environmental stimuli during prenatal and postnatal mammalian development influence developmental pathways and thus induce permanent changes in metabolism andRead More →

Conclusion without significant impact (FONSI) published published information The environmental analysis (EA) for the relocation of Stehekin Valley Road at Mile 5.5 has been completed and a finding of no significant impact (FONSI) has been issued. FONSI documents the determination of the National Park Service (NPS) that no significant impactRead 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 →