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Access to justice update from ClientEarth and Justice and Environment

Access to justice update from ClientEarth and Justice and Environment

Our news European Commission takes first step to amend the Aarhus RegulationFollowing a 12 year battle initiated by ClientEarth, the European Commision has taken a first step to amend the Aarhus Regulation. The Commission’s website references a proposal to improve access to justice in environmental matters at EU and national …

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For fire-traumatized Californians, the future looks battery powered

For fire-traumatized Californians, the future looks battery powered

Get your daily dose of good news from Grist Subscribe to The Beacon Americans are so accustomed to reliable electricity that lives often depend on it. People with sleep apnea rely on electricity to keep them breathing through the night. People with diabetes need electricity to keep their insulin cold. …

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The study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is the …

The study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is the ...

The study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is the first ever comprehensive census of the distribution of the biomass, or weight of living creatures, across classification type and environment. It found that, while humans account for 0.01 percent of the planet’s biomass, our activity has reduced …

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EPA Conducting Criminal Investigations Into Industries’ Handling of PFAS Chemicals

EPA Conducting Criminal Investigations Into Industries’ Handling of PFAS Chemicals

For Immediate Release:  Thursday, February 27, 2020 WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency is pursuing multiple criminal inquiries into corporations that manufacture the toxic fluorinated chemicals called PFAS, according to a report by Bloomberg Environment. In an update to its 2020 PFAS Action Plan, the EPA included details about the …

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Wood waste strengthens recycled concrete, new study finds

Wood waste strengthens recycled concrete, new study finds

Research from the University of Tokyo’s Institute of Industrial Science has revealed that discarded concrete can be strengthened with the addition of wood waste. This pioneering technique promises to be an environmentally friendly way to enhance concrete structures while simultaneously reducing construction costs and curtailing carbon emissions. It is hoped that …

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This is awesome! Fantastic to see this initiative by plastic wrap is unnecessa…

This is awesome! Fantastic to see this initiative by   plastic wrap is unnecessa...

This is awesome! Fantastic to see this initiative by @marksandspencer ???? plastic wrap is unnecessary and harmful to our environment! Comment what you think and tag someone who needs to see this to help spreading awareness! ???? . . . ➡️ Follow @earthpact_warriors ➡️ Follow @earthpact_warriors ➡️ Follow @earthpact_warriors . …

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Study: 100% renewable electricity market by 2035 needed to achieve 2050 net zero

Study: 100% renewable electricity market by 2035 needed to achieve 2050 net zero

According to new analysis by ClimateWorks Australia it is possible for Australia to achieve a transition to net zero emissions by 2050 with known technologies, but the deployment of low emissions options will need to be accelerated significantly. The yet-to-be released analysis was previewed at a workshop at the Australian …

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Join an Earth Hour race for the environment

Join an Earth Hour race for the environment

Fresh.ngo Vital River restoration: Fresh 2020 vision: mission to save our nature – return abundant life by cleansing the Earth’s riverine arteries Our planet is in deep trouble, water holds the keys to save it, it is up to us to help our magical natural world to survive. As we …

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Follow to support Think global, act local! . Parks are essential to our commu…

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Parks are essential to our commu...

Follow to support???? @sustainabilityscavengers Think global, act local! ???????? . Parks are essential to our communities, as they serve seemingly countless purposes. Because we utilize parks for a variety of reasons, our duty is to keep them as clean as possible. . A park is a place for people to …

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Interview: David Wallace-Wells, author, the Uninhabitable Earth

Interview: David Wallace-Wells, author, the Uninhabitable Earth

In 2017, David Wallace-Wells, editor of New York Magazine wrote a long-form article depicting how the future will look to those living through it if we don’t make drastic changes to life as we know it. The article quickly became the most-read article in the history of the magazine and …

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