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More Calgarians say they support leaf blower ban as petition nears 3,000 signatures

As more cities around the world begin to ban leaf blowers, a Southwest resident says he would support a growing petition to ban this type of equipment in Calgary as well due to environmental concerns and excessive noise. Jürgen Kraus said he recorded videos at 1:00 a.m. Tuesday morning of …

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Ford and Volvo join petition to EU to ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035

Fuel prices Ford’s European division and Volvo Cars have joined 26 other major companies in a cross-industry call for the EU to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035. Automakers also want mandatory targets for charging infrastructure to ensure a new wave of EV drivers can …

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Grow for the long haul

There is growing concern over food prices and our supermarket duopoly is at the center of concern. The rising cost of living, coupled with the Commerce Commission report which identified how the supermarket sector was not working for consumers, drew attention to limited competition in the supermarket sector. The report’s …

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Canada rejects proposal for federal action on polluted transboundary watershed

Over the past decade, a coalition of tribal governments have lobbied the U.S. and Canadian governments for federal intervention on the braided border between British Columbia and Montana, where rising levels of selenium, a sub- mine product, has contaminated water quality, fish species and other aquatic life in the Kootenai …

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Five high-profile sedition cases that rocked the nation

Television footage of young activist Disha A Ravi being led away by police created waves across the country in February last year. People reacted to the slap in the face of sedition charges in a case known as ‘the toolbox case’. She was linked to Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg …

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Activists urge Wu to suspend Dorchester Bay City review

Activists who oppose the proposed Dorchester Bay City project on Columbia Point delivered a petition to Mayor Michelle Wu’s office on Tuesday calling for a six-month slowdown in development review. The petition, circulated by the group Dorchester Not For Sale (DN4S), has been signed by more than 700 people, the …

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Emissions reduction plan must reduce major dairy pollution to be credible

Monday, May 9, 2022, 12:36 PMPress release: Greenpeace New Zealand May 9: Greenpeace Aotearoa says that to be credible, the government’s next emissions reduction plan must reduce climate pollution from intensive dairy products – New Zealand’s biggest climate polluter. In a speech today, Climate Change Minister James Shaw announced that …

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Did Punjab police breach interstate arrest guidelines?

However, if this was the only procedure followed by the Punjab Police, then they could legally find themselves in the dock. In 2019, in Sandeep Kumar against the stateThe Delhi High Court was hearing a case in which a man and his wife were arrested by JNU Uttar Pradesh Police …

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Fin Corp Releases Sample Comments Related to Ukraine Disclosure | Cooley LLP

Corp Fin has released a template letter of feedback to companies on potential disclosure obligations arising from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the international response to it, and supply chain issues. Corp Fin wants companies to provide “more detailed information, to the extent material or otherwise required”, on the direct …

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A climate of concern – AIJAC

A relatively unusual feature of the upcoming federal election is the large number of candidates receiving funding from the Climate 200 group, led by Simon Holmes à Court, son of 1980s billionaire Robert, and his wife Janet. According to The telegraph of the dayas of April 21, Climate 200 had …

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Petition to remove Amber Heard from Aquaman sequel nears 3 million signatures

The petition to remove Amber Heard from Aquaman 2 approaches its goal of three million signatures as Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit continues. ©AP Amber Heard in Aquaman with Jason Momoa – PA The DC sequel, which stars Heard as Aquaman’s (Jason Momoa) love interest Mera, wrapped filming earlier this year, …

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GOP officials ask Supreme Court to block use of ‘social cost’ measure in climate-related decisions

piyaset/iStock/Getty Images Plus On Thursday, a group of 10 energy-producing states led by Republican officials asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate a ban on the federal government’s use of a controversial “social cost” measure and speculative when valuing carbon producing industries. The so-called social cost measure was a means …

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Campus members advocate for all-clean energy at Earth Day rally

On Friday, members of the campus community gathered to observe a UC system-wide climate rally for Earth Day, which is also World Earth Day, and called on the UC system to be proactive. on climate-friendly policies. In 2019, students, faculty, and staff formed the UC Green New Deal Coalition, or …

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Rescuers find 4 of 10 miners missing in Polish coal mine

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Rescuers in southern Poland reached four of 10 miners missing early Saturday after a powerful underground tremor and methane discharge, mining authorities said. It was the second accident in a coal mine this week in Poland. The condition of the four was not immediately disclosed and …

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Murder and DUI Charges in Griffith Park Crash, Petition to Ban Cars from the Park and NC Registration in Healthy Streets LA

Do this murder instead. the Los Angeles Times reports that charges against Jairo Martinez, the man arrested for killing 77-year-old AIDS/LifeCycle rider Andrew Jelmert in Griffith Park on Saturday, have been upgraded to murder rather than drive-by homicide. The paper hints at the reason here. In addition to the murder, …

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Oceana launches #RefillAgain campaign

What’s worse than single-use jeans? Single-use plastic bottles. Heidi Montag’s single-use jeans brand S1NGLES is revealed to be launched as part of Oceana’s new #RefillAgain campaign, which advocates for more refillable bottles and less single-use plastic. WASHINGTON, April 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Oceana today revealed the reason behind the …

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Etsy sellers go on strike April 11-18

More than 14,000 Etsy employees began striking Monday to protest the company’s transaction fee hike from 5% to 6.5%. The fee increase takes effect today, which is why the sellers are on strike. According to a petition written by campaign organizer and Etsy seller Kristi Cassidy, the strike is “calling …

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Climate activist on hunger strike receives support from leading scientists

More than 75 leading scientists, including a former chief scientific adviser to the government, have signed an open letter in support of a climate activist on an ‘unlimited’ hunger strike outside the Houses of Parliament. Rose Angus, 52, has spent the past 27 days asking the Minister for Energy, Clean …

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Renewables get big investment in light of war in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine invites us to reassess our foreign relations and has created a platform for the revitalization of energy policies. With the link between energy security and renewables entering the mainstream, investors have turned their attention to related exchange-traded funds. In March this year, investors allocated about $642 …

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North Annville supervisors reject controversial solar farm application

By Matt Toth, Lebanon Daily News April 6, 2022 | 12:47 This story from the Lebanon Daily News is republished as part of Climate Solutions, a collaboration focused on community engagement and solutions-based reporting to help central Pennsylvania move toward climate change literacy, resilience, and adaptation. climate. Gannett’s Central …

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Aniket Gupta from India is the OD Young Person of the Month for April 2022!

Our youngster of the month is Aniket Gupta from India! Aniket is the founder of the Indian Science & Technology Campaign. The campaign aims to engage students in science, celebrate the joy of science and show how science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) provides us with the solutions to …

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Organizers rally to save trees from being cut down at Jackson Park, a nature sanctuary on the south shore of Tiger Woods Golf Course

HYDE PARK – Local activists are pushing for a question to be added to the June election so residents can give more information about the preservation of trees that may be cleared to make way for a proposal led by Tiger Woods to renovate two golf courses. The Save Jackson …

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To Save Panje Wetland, Environmentalists Threaten Contempt Cases

Environmentalists are considering a contempt motion against government officials for their failure to protect the Panje wetland in Uran, even after more than a month of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ruling. On February 23, the NGT confirmed the wetland status of the Panje intertidal zone and dismissed all objections …

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Conservative Disney employees fear retaliation in ‘Don’t Say Gay’ debate, petition claims

Disney’s use of corporate influence to advance “left-wing legislative goals,” such as opposing Florida’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill, has left conservative workers feeling invisible and fearing professional retaliation, according to a new petition from Disney employees. An open letter written by conservative Disney employees asks the company to remain …

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City, fire district debate annexation of properties – The Crested Butte News

Do something that will blow people away… [  By Mark Reaman  ] While Crested Butte Fire Protection District officials expressed a desire late Monday to have Crested Butte approve and license a new design proposal for the North Campus of the Slate River Subdivision within the next 90 days, it …

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Yukon environmental groups want more transparency on carbon emissions

Five local environmental groups are urging the Yukon government to be more accountable and transparent when it comes to greenhouse gas emissions. The groups – Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (Yukon Chapter), Yukoners Concerned, Yukon Conservation Society, Raven Recycling and ForTheirFutureYukon – filed a petition which was read in the …

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Letters to the Editor for Saturday, March 19, 2022

Writers | Fort Myers News Press Urge council not to block NCH expansion Naples Community Hospital (NCH) is proposing an expansion to create a world-class heart and stroke hospital. It’s hard to imagine anyone objecting to that happening. But some people who live in surrounding homes are more concerned about …

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Leonardo DiCaprio signs petition for bank to stop funding pipeline – The Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood celebrities have signed a petition organized to urge the Royal Bank of Canada to stop funding the Coastal GasLink, a gas pipeline to cross Wet’suwet’en territory in northwestern British Columbia without the consent of hereditary chiefs local. The petition, organized by Indigenous Climate Action, is signed by Mark Ruffalo, …

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Resilience? You say that like it’s a good thing

In the Philippines, the impacts of climate change have been manifesting for at least a generation now. Farmers and fishing communities had to abandon their traditional knowledge of weather and seasonal patterns that guided them to the best times to carry out the various stages of their trade – planting, …

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Petition: Demand increased protection for vulnerable Arctic polar bears!

Polar bears will be wiped out by the end of the century unless more is done to slow global warming. We desperately need aggressive climate change mitigation. As the ice melts and the planet warms, these incredible animals are increasingly at risk of extinction. These poor animals do not understand …

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GlobalFoundries moves forward with proposal to become a self-managed utility

GlobalFoundries offices in Essex. File photo by Mike Dougherty/VTDigger GlobalFoundries, Vermont’s largest private employer, is moving forward with its proposal to become a self-managed utility, a controversial move that has sparked outcry from environmentalists and renewable energy advocates who fear the company is circumventing regulations. The company is committed to …

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Hodgenville, Kentucky 2020

Forever commemorated as the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, Hodgenville is a unique American city that traces its earliest roots to post-revolutionary United States. The county seat of LaRue, Kentucky, Hodgenville, is located on the North Fork of the Nolin River and is considered part of the Elizabethtown metropolitan area. Geography …

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Petition urges Biden administration to strengthen endangered species law to save life on Earth

WASHINGTON—The Center for Biological Diversity today filed a comprehensive legal petition urging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service to take bold and unprecedented action to stem the global wildlife extinction crisis by strengthening endangered species law enforcement regulations. Noting that “extinction is not inevitable …

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Oil and gas industry groups are trying to block implementation of the rule to better protect the Great Lakes

A new rule took effect last month requiring oil and gas companies to better monitor their pipelines if they are in sensitive coastal areas such as the Great Lakes. Two industry groups, the American Petroleum Institute and GPA Midstream have asked the United States Court of Appeals to review the …

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Russian filmmakers and other artists face the boycott of Ukraine

Russian filmmaker Kirill Sokolov has spent the past week shattered by the horror unfolding in Ukraine. Half of his family is Ukrainian, he said in a phone interview, and as a child he spent summers there with his grandparents. His maternal grandmother was still living in Kiev, he said, “hiding …

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Farm groups challenge EPA vehicle emissions rule

On February 28, representatives of the biofuels industry filed two separate petitions with the United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit challenging a final rule issued by the US EPA in December setting emissions standards greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) for model year (MY) 2023 -2026 passenger …

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The judge wants details of the plan between Philadelphia and Drexel University regarding the plan controlling the priceless history collection.

Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper decided she wanted more information about the proposed transfer of Philadelphia’s priceless historical heritage collection from the city stewardship to Drexel University before approving the deal. During an orphans’ court hearing on Monday, Woods-Skipper heard testimony from city officials and Drexel about plans to transfer the city-owned …

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Petition: North Atlantic right whales need our protection!

North Atlantic right whales have been listed as endangered under the ESA since 1970 and are in danger of extinction throughout their range. A devastating new report shows that once again the population of North Atlantic right whales is on the decline – this time by a shocking 8% decline …

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Germany ends academic collaboration with Russia over war in Ukraine

Germany said all collaboration with Russia in education and research was “immediately halted”, amid growing condemnation of its invasion of Ukraine. The German Ministry of Education and Research noted that the Russian attack was “a serious violation of international law without any justification. There must be serious consequences. “By its …

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Regulators approve sale of RI’s largest electric and gas utility

The Utilities and Carriers Division has approved the transfer of Narragansett Electric Company from National Grid to PPL Corporation, finding the sale to be “in the public interest”. As part of the deal, Pennsylvania-based PPL will buy all of the shares of Narragansett Electric for $5.3 billion, taking over electric …

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Colombian Abortion Laws: Colombia Becomes Latest Latin American Country to Partially Decriminalize Abortion

The country’s Constitutional Court has ruled in favor of legalizing abortion up to 24 weeks of pregnancy, the top court said in a statement. Abortion rights advocates responded Monday with marches in the capital Bogota and other major cities after campaigning for two decades to remove abortion from the country’s …

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Joe Biden signing checks and promising a fourth raise? Video circulating on Facebook is a fake: reports

How does a fourth stimulus check sound? Well, for the more than three million people who have signed a petition asking for not just a fourth round of stimulus, but a recurring monthly payment of $2,000 until the pandemic is over, that sure sounds pretty, damn good. Millions are asking …

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BUSD Education Council Talks Mask Mandates and Climate Literacy Funds

At a meeting on Wednesday, members of the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Board of Education discussed the decision to make masks optional outdoors and voted to sign a petition urging state officials to fund climate literacy initiatives in California school districts. At the meeting, BUSD Superintendent Brent Stephens …

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Comments for two fonts due by April 7

The Montgomery County School Board seeks feedback on proposed changes to FFA board policy, Naming school facilities, to update the school name selection criteria as well as the school name change criteria. The policy has been available for comment since February 8. Public comments are expected by Friday, April 7. …

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Tamara Smith’s return to parliament – L’Echo

Tamara Smith. Photo tree fairy. Greens MP for Ballina Tamara Smith has said she will support a Labor proposal to ban estate agents and property developers from local NSW governments. Members of the state legislature are due to meet in parliament today for the first time in 2022. Two years …

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State Reports 2021 POW Wolf Harvest | Local News

The 2021 season in GMU 2, which encompasses Prince of Wales Island and the islands west of POW, ended on December 15, according to Fish and Game. All sealing certificates were retrieved on January 15. The most recent estimate of the department’s Unit 2 wolf population in fall 2020 was …

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Wu administration tries to sweeten transfer tax proposal with relief for the elderly

After a similar proposal fell through last session on Beacon Hill, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and her City Council supporters are hoping that by pairing a home sales tax proposal to support affordable housing with property tax relief for seniors, they will be able to urge lawmakers this year to …

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WSA to discuss resolution to ‘break free’ from single-use plastics

Madison Associate Students will discuss the Break free from plastics resolution legislation tonight to push the school to stop buying single-use plastic. The legislation asks the university to slowly phase out the purchase of wasteful and unnecessary plastic. “The Break Free From Plastic legislation will serve as a starting point …

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Students urge WSU Foundation and administration to divest from fossil fuel companies – The Daily Evergreen

WSU’s Environmental Sustainability Alliance is calling on WSU to turn over its endowment funds to fossil fuel companies in an effort to fight climate change. Endowments contain donated financial assets, which the WSU Foundation uses to invest and raise. These funds are then used for the benefit of WSU, according …

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Greta Thunberg joins protest against UK mining company seeking ‘short-term profits’ | World | News

The British company Beowulf Mining has requested the opening of a new open-pit mine in Gállok. Several environmental organisations, including Friends of the Earth and UNESCO, said the mine could have a “medium to large negative impact” on the Laponia World Heritage site. The Laponia World Heritage Site is a …

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Increasing Sustainable Investing Practices with ASI – Technique

Sustainable investments and fossil fuel divestment by colleges and universities have received increasing attention as the climate crisis continues to deepen. Fossil fuel divestment refers to the process by which institutions and organizations divest money from fossil fuel companies and has been a largely student-led movement. In fall 2021, students …

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The EU “talks, but does not follow the march” on the climate

Dear President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and Executive Vice-President of the Commission Frans Timmermans, [cc: commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis, commissioner Kadri Simson, commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius, commissioner Mairead McGuinness] “We are preparing for our 10th global climate strike in March” (Photo: Fridays4Future) When we started our school strikes, …

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Acting against climate change with OPALCO

Acting against climate change with OPALCO Island Way Stewards, Energy Panels and Workshops Submitted by Orcas Power & Light Cooperative. Are you looking for things you can DO to fight climate change? Is there a home energy efficiency project you would like to DO this year? Do you have any …

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Petition: Tell Australia to integrate climate science into ecosystem and species management

Climate change is a major threat to wildlife. It contributes to habitat loss, pollution, and extreme weather events like massive wildfires. Rising temperatures reduce the survival rates of many species due to changes that lead to fewer food sources, less successful reproduction, and their environment. These changes have resulted in …

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Sudbury councilor files complaint against KED critics

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Robert Kirwan says citizens are creating a ‘toxic climate in our city’ Publication date : January 29, 2022 • 16 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Ward 5 County. Robert Kirwan is a strong supporter of the Kingsway Entertainment District. Sun …

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Energy & Climate CounselFoley Hoag LLP New York Public Service Commission issues key decision on offshore wind transmission – Energy and Natural Resources

United States: Energy & Climate CounselFoley Hoag LLP New York Public Service Commission issues key ruling on offshore wind transmission January 27, 2022 Foley Hoag LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. On January …

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The only passenger on an international flight shares his experience with TikTok

This is the dream scenario of any international traveler. But this passenger has revealed what it’s really like to fly solo on a commercial plane. This is the dream scenario of any international traveler. Kai Forsyth said being alone on a British Airways flight was “the weirdest experience”, the daily …

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Inside the student-led Covid strikes

When Ayleen Serrano Returning to school after the recent winter break, the 15-year-old returned to nearly empty hallways, absent classmates and what she describes as a “lifeless” atmosphere. As the days passed, fewer and fewer of his peers showed up at MetWest High School in Oakland, California; his teachers and …

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Governor and REMDR announce pre-filing of Clean Futures Act

NMED Secretary James Kenney REMDR News: SANTA FE — The Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) announced Friday that House Bill 6, the Clean Future Act, was pre-filed by Rep. Nathan Small. The bill will be sponsored in the Senate by Senator Siah Correa Hemphill. This bill requires New …

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Petition to ban Cornwall trail hunting on public lands

A petition asking Cornwall Council to ban hunting meetings on trails owned by council and on public lands is expected to be debated in County Hall next week. The petition has collected over 10,000 signatures in support of Action Against Foxhunting Cornwall’s appeal. It is expected to be debated by …

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Environmental activists are preparing for the next Cape Town earthquake …

The next round of “earthquake wars” in South Africa pitting activists, communities and environmentalists against the oil industry and the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) appear to be about to begin. Australian company Searcher Seismic is expected to begin a seismic survey in Western Cape waters from the …

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Postpone the public hearing of Ennore TPS

Chennai: Environmental activists and youth groups campaigning against Tangedco’s 660 MW Ennore thermal power plant expansion project urged the Chennai collector to announce dates for the additional public hearing for the project after this The latter indicated that the hearing would be held on January 6 as scheduled following COVID …

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Washington Week Ahead: High Court Reviews Appeals Over Key Farm Cases | 2021-12-30

The Senate returns to work this week with key elements of President Joe Biden’s climate agenda at risk, as the Supreme Court decides whether to hear several important agricultural cases, including the latest challenge to California standards of Proposition 12 for pig and poultry production. Judges will meet on Friday …

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Review of the laws passed in 2021

In 2021, a number of laws were amended in the National Parliament of Bangladesh to deal with the onslaught related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Several new laws have also been adopted in the fields of higher education, public health, religious practices, child protection, finance, public transport and communication, tourism, …

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Denver Safe-Camping Sites Face More Administrative Challenges

While the safe camping site model for homeless people now enjoys the full support of the City of Denver, service providers still face opposition from residents who wish to prevent such facilities from being established in their neighborhoods. . “What worries me is that it looks like there might be …

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It’s time to ditch the “festive” poinsettias and protect our peatlands

TUbiquitous, Christmas poinsettias grown in peat are the ultimate symbol of our consumer society which destroys the climate and nature. Over 8million are sold in the UK each year, but they usually only last a few weeks, before their petals fall off and are thrown away, along with their plastic …

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Experts, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New Delhi: A series of amendments made or sought to be made to multiple basic environmental laws – all to the detriment of the cause, experts believe – have raised questions throughout. year 2021 on the exact role of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEF & CC). …

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De Blasio, not park activists, delayed East Side resilience plan while supporting fossil fuel status quo – The Village Sun

BY HOWARD BRANDSTEIN | Deconstruct the video of the Frontline Communities Coalition rally on December 18th and what you see is an image transformation for supporters of Blasio’s plan which is now wiping out East River Park despite widespread community opposition. It is certainly interesting how speakers at the rally …

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Daniel Stafford: Why the public should make their voices heard at council meetings

Daniel Stafford is vice chairman of the Oxford East Conservatives and responsible for fundraising for a national faith-based charity. He ran as a Conservative candidate in the last local elections in Oxford. Whatever your experience with local government, one key feature is in the name: “local”. Decisions should be made …

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Coastal Commercial Spaceport Gets FAA Approval

KINGSLAND, Georgia (AP) – A federal agency on Monday granted a license for a launch pad that would fly commercial rockets from coastal Georgia. The Federal Aviation Administration’s approval of a launch site operator license for Spaceport Camden marks a significant milestone for Georgia space. project, although many reviews and …

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Direct payments to parents set to end as Joe Manchin opposes BBB

Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia, appears to have ended the possibility of hundreds of dollars in monthly direct payments being made to American parents in the New Year with his declared opposition to the Build Back Better law on Sunday. by President Joe Biden. Millions of Americans …

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CAT tells Center to be “magnanimous and open” – The New Indian Express

Express news service DEHRADUN: The Central Administrative Court (CAT) at the hearing of a case of the Indian Forest Service officer of the 2002 batch Sanjiv Chaturvedi regarding the delegation in the investigation wing of Lokpal said the center should show “Magnanimity and Openness” in the question. The CAT, in …

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RVC residents deliver strong message and petition opposing the “incinerator” – L’Écho

In hopes of ending an ‘energy use’ incinerator project, Richmond Valley resident Liz Stops will petition the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer of Richmond Valley Council on behalf of community signatories. of Northern Rivers opposing the establishment of the facility at the new industrial estate on Reynolds Road at Casino. …

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Buckinghamshire’s climate change measures ‘don’t go far enough’, says Wycombe Labor

Stricter measures to protect Wycombe residents from the potentially devastating effects of air pollution must be taken by Buckinghamshire Council – this is what Wycombe Labor is urging. More than 300 affected residents have signed a petition asking council to do more, as Wycombe has the highest levels of chronic …

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Delhi HC has plea challenging firecracker ban by observing “Diwali is over”

The Delhi High Court ruled on Monday on a plea challenging the ban on the sale of firecrackers, observing that there is “no reason to continue the hearing while the festival is over.” A division bench of Chief Justice of DN Patel and Judge Jyoti Singh ruled on the plea …

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Conseil joins the climate partnership | Sunbury and Macedonian ranges

The Macedon Ranges board has strengthened its commitment to a zero-emission future by joining an alliance of more than 150 boards across the country committed to making the switch to clean energy. The Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership encompasses approximately 65 percent of Australia’s population through its membership. The collective …

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Taos High students and alumni launch petition to put teacher on leave – KRQE NEWS 13 – Breaking News, Albuquerque News, New Mexico News, Weather, and Videos

Albuquerque Coin Club showcases commemorative coins from around the world Video / 13 hours ago Video Head to the Balloon Museum for “Bubbles & Bubbly” during the STEAM night Video / 15 hours ago Video Support local dogs this holiday season with NMDOG Giving Tree, the Jordan’s Way fundraiser Video …

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Some Northwest Side residents are concerned about development near UTSA. There is not much they can do.

Elizabeth Rodriguez said she appreciates that her Northwest Side home is close to nature trails and green spaces. In recent months, however, the 30-year-old has worried that construction projects in the area will remove many trees near UTSA Boulevard and displace wildlife. “As you drive around the area, you’ll notice …

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Global Oil CEOs Highlight Need for Fossil Fuels Amid Push for Cleaner Energy, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

US Deputy Secretary of Energy David Turk attends a session of the World Petroleum Congress in Houston, Texas, United States, December 6, 2021. REUTERS / Sabrina Valle HOUSTON: A global energy conference dedicated to future technologies and low-carbon strategies kicked off in Houston on Monday with senior executives from energy …

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UF administrators slam faculty over free speech controversy

As concerns about academic freedom at the University of Florida grow, with a petition signed by hundreds of faculty members, UF board members said on Friday the school had done nothing. poorly and expressed their displeasure with the reports and faculty members who spoke. outside. Mori Hosseini, the chairman of …

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More people worry about the health of the Great Lakes, poll finds

More Great Lakes residents in the United States and Canada think the Great Lakes are in poor condition than those who think they are in good shape. The Great Lakes Water Quality Board survey asked 4,500 people to rate the current state of the environmental health of their favorite Great …

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Petition against closure of Gallows Corner overflight warned

Posted: 12:00 p.m. November 30, 2021 A petition opposing the potential closure of the Gallows Corner flyover has garnered nearly 1,300 signatures. Last week, Transport for London (TfL) warned it may have to shut down the flyby if it does not receive additional government funding. More than £ 4bn has …

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School Board Passes Climate Change Curriculum Resolution – Berkeley High Jacket

The Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) school board discussed the new Coaching Boys into Men program, Title IX office and the climate literacy resolution at its November 3 meeting. The public comment section of the meeting was filled with students, parents, teachers and members of the Berkeley community voicing their …

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Indian Gen Z don’t think COP26 was a success

Climate change activist Aakash Ranison says the problem is closer to home and maybe structural. He tires of politicians who think and plan for the short term and proclaims that the way the crisis is handled allows the regime in power to disempower itself. “The attitude is, ‘How can I …

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Occidental Petroleum sued for air pollution in Permian Basin

One of the Permian Basin’s major oil and gas producers could be sued by an environmental group in New Mexico who claimed the company illegally released air pollutants at facilities in the southeastern corner of the state. Santa Fe-based WildEarth Guardians on Nov. 18 filed a notice of its intention …

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Consumer Watchdog publishes public comment on Treasury notice

WASHINGTON, November 20 – Carmen balber, Executive Director of Consumer Watchdog, Los Angeles, California, posted a public comment on the Treasury Department Opinion entitled “Request for information from the Federal Insurance Office on the insurance sector and climate-related financial risks”. Comment was written on November 15, 2021, and posted on …

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The world is entering a new era of great government

20 November 2021 “KEXHAUST YOUR eye on one thing and only one: how much is the government spending, ”Milton Friedman once said. Today his eyes would burst. Governments spent $ 17 billion on the pandemic, including loans and guarantees, for a combined total of 16% of the global total GDP. …

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New minister says natural resources must evolve to include renewables and biofuels

RCMP said the body of a woman was found in a landslide on Highway 99 near Lillooet, B.C., following historic rains as search continues for others who could be buried in the debris. Staff Sgt. Janelle Shoihet said on Tuesday that the total number of people and vehicles missing had …

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Green Home Systems urges Californians to take action against utility companies’ changes to net metering

Green Home Systems urges Californians to take swift action against utility companies that are proposing drastic changes to net metering and solar charges, making owning a solar panel system perhaps twice as expensive and â…• more valuable. LOS ANGELES, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Green Home Systems Urges …

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