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  • Shell’s withdrawal from Niger Delta raises concerns about environmental liability

    Shell’s withdrawal from Niger Delta raises concerns about environmental liability

    The report calls on Shell to address its extensive legacy of environmental pollution and safely decommission abandoned oil infrastructure in the Niger Delta before withdrawing from the region. Report by Sandra Laville The is a guardian. in short: As Shell prepares to exit the Niger Delta, it faces demands to address its legacy of pollution…

  • China releases first simulated environment for space research

    China releases first simulated environment for space research

    China releases first simulated environment for space research Written by Simon Mansfield Sydney, Australia (SPX) February 29, 2024 In remarkable progress toward improving its space research capabilities, China unveiled its first Space Environment Simulation Research Infrastructure (SESRI) facility, marking an important milestone in the country’s aerospace efforts. This state-of-the-art facility, developed in cooperation…

  • Politicians called for tree and environment enhancements to ease pressure on the NHS

    Politicians called for tree and environment enhancements to ease pressure on the NHS

    Politicians are being urged to prioritize the environment by taking measures such as adding more trees around schools to improve public health. The Woodland Trust is calling on people to support the Plant More Trees campaign and calling for political parties with a long-term aim to increase the area of ​​native trees in England in…

  • UNEA-6 emphasizes environmental multilateralism | Mirage News

    UNEA-6 emphasizes environmental multilateralism | Mirage News

    In an increasingly divided world, the success of a series of global environmental agreements shows that it is still possible for countries to work together to build a sustainable future. That was the key message Wednesday at the sixth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6), the world’s highest decision-making body on the environment.…

  • Delivering justice in sustainability transitions — European Environment Agency

    Delivering justice in sustainability transitions — European Environment Agency

    Towards an EU policy framework for just sustainability transitions The European Green Deal aims to transform the EU into a climate-neutral, fair and prosperous society with a circular economy by 2050. The 8th Environment Action Programme reiterates the EU’s long-term 2050 vision of living well, within planetary boundaries. These ambitions are to be achieved through…

  • Gambling money moves closer to environmental protection

    Gambling money moves closer to environmental protection

    Gambling money moves closer to environmental protection Legislative leaders agreed to use hundreds of millions of dollars in gambling money to fund further expansion of state wildlife corridors and other environmental projects. The Senate Fiscal Policy Committee and the House Infrastructure Strategy Committee have endorsed identical bills (SB 1638 and HB 1417) that would provide…

  • Chicago Department of the Environment tracks unpredictable weather due to climate change

    Chicago Department of the Environment tracks unpredictable weather due to climate change

    Chicago (CBS) — Temperatures hit record highs in Chicago on Tuesday, and many people are out and about enjoying the weather in the city. But experts say the unseasonable weather is an example of unpredictable weather, something everyone will continue to experience as a result of climate change. This is a particularly strong example, where…

  • Brazil returns to UN Environment Assembly

    Brazil returns to UN Environment Assembly

    The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6), the world’s most representative body for environmental decision-making, is holding its sixth session from Monday (26th) to March 1st in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital. continuous public relations At the previous 5th UNEA meeting in 2022, the government of then-President Jair Bolsonaro (Liberal Party) rejected a resolution that included reducing CO2…

  • Young people confronting the triple planetary crisis

    Young people confronting the triple planetary crisis

    Calling for candidates for the 2024 UNEP Young Champions of the Earth Award The Young Champions of the Earth Award recognizes individuals between the ages of 18 and 30 who demonstrate outstanding potential to contribute to environmental protection. UNEP is seeking seven young people to bring innovative ideas and solutions to life. Discovering nature’s potential…

  • Chengdu Xingrong Environment Co., Ltd. (SZSE:000598) Share price has shown weakness recently, but financials look solid: should shareholder candidates make the leap?

    It’s easy to ignore Chengdu Xingrong Environment (SZSE:000598), with its share price down 4.9% over the past week. However, a closer look at the company’s healthy financials might make you think again. The company is worth keeping an eye on, given that fundamentals usually drive long-term market outcomes. In this article, we decided to focus…

  • How renewable energy efforts are impacting Minnesota’s economy and environment – ​​Republic of Minnesota

    How renewable energy efforts are impacting Minnesota’s economy and environment – ​​Republic of Minnesota

    Located in the heart of the Midwest, Minnesota is known not only for its picturesque landscapes and vibrant culture, but also for its pioneering efforts in renewable energy deployment. As states embrace the transition to cleaner, more sustainable energy sources, the impact of renewable energy efforts on both the economy and the environment is becoming…

  • Steve Maclin claims TNA’s locker room environment is getting better and better

    Steve Maclin claims TNA’s locker room environment is getting better and better

    Former Impact World Champion Steve Maclin had a lot of momentum since his debut in TNA until an injury slowed him down. He has been with the company for about two years and has been through all its ups and downs. He recently spoke about his experience working for the company and praised the TNA…

  • Six moments that helped define the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6)

    Six moments that helped define the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6)

    Subscribe to updates Unsubscribe from updates download logoThe world’s top environmental decision-making body is expected to consider a host of pressing environmental issues, from water scarcity to the transition to clean energy. There are six prominent debates that are expected to take center stage and have a major impact on UNEA’s long-term success. These sessions…

  • Beyond environmental policy – Newspaper

    Beyond environmental policy – Newspaper

    The time has come for Pakistan to redefine its relationship with the environment, not as a passive recipient of international aid, but as an active steward of its natural heritage. Pakistan’s environmental predicament starkly illustrates the disparity between the country’s contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions and the severity of climate-related challenges. Although Pakistan accounts…

  • How Jehovah’s Witnesses protect the environment

    How Jehovah’s Witnesses protect the environment

    Ahead of the Sixth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) in Nairobi, many questions remain about the current state of the environment and its future prospects. What can nations, communities, organizations, and humans in general do to save our planet from total destruction? In my role as a climate scientist, I am honored to gain further…

  • Understanding the importance of the United Nations Environment Assembly

    Understanding the importance of the United Nations Environment Assembly

    Established as a kind of “world parliament on the environment,” UNEA aims to define environmental policy priorities and create international law on the issue. Why is UNEA important? The 2024 Environment Assembly (UNEA-6) will be attended by a record 6,000 delegates, including seven heads of state and 139 ministers and deputy ministers, as well as…

  • Smart tourist destinations with accessible built environments

    Smart tourist destinations with accessible built environments

    IFTM comments It is a partnership between Macau News Agency and Macau Tourism Research Institute. Written by Penny Wang Smart tourism has become a buzzword today. Many people define smart tourist destinations by using advanced technologies such as big data, geographic information systems (GIS), and artificial intelligence to collect data about visitor behavior, predict future…

  • Saudi Arabia launches environmental compliance forum to chart a more sustainable future

    Saudi Arabia launches environmental compliance forum to chart a more sustainable future

    Makkah: Saudi Arabia has a rich tapestry of folk art, each with its own unique characteristics but with the same purpose: to express the history, culture and heroism of the kingdom. Over time, these artistic traditions have become an integral part of various events and holidays. They mainly take the form of ardas. It is…

  • Climate change disclosure laws miss the point

    Climate change disclosure laws miss the point

    Climate disclosure laws are spreading across the country, from federal agencies to state governments. Although these laws aim for transparency, mandatory climate change disclosure increases costs for businesses and consumers, impedes environmental progress, and provides little return for investors. Lawmakers should refrain from following California’s lead and instead introduce policies that reduce the cost of…

  • Alaska House approves loosening of environmental regulations for ‘advanced recycling’

    Alaska House approves loosening of environmental regulations for ‘advanced recycling’

    The Alaska House of Representatives voted Friday to ease environmental regulations. Advanced recycling facility Something that uses high temperatures or chemicals to turn plastic waste into raw material for new plastic products. 23-13 vote result House Bill 143 Submits to Alaska Senate for further consideration. Rep. Tom McKay, R-Anchorage, the bill’s main sponsor, said the…