Month: January 1970

Tanzania Forest Service Agency (TFS) Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Dos Santos Silayo when opening strengthening the capacity of African forestry stakeholders for technical writing and publishing scientific papers held in Dar es salaam recently. He said doing research and publishing scientific papers that do not yield desired impact or add value to the existing knowledge
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine), a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, is continuing his urgent calls for America’s wildland firefighters to receive the hazard pay that they were allocated by Congress in last year’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that he negotiated. King and a group of his
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image: This review focuses on recent progress of the working principles, device architectures, and performances of various closed-type and open-type photo-enhanced rechargeable metal batteries, exploring their challenges and future perspectives. view more  Credit: Nano Research Energy. Tsinghua University Press As the climate crisis looms, scientists are racing to find solutions to common clean energy problems, including
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The Legislature on Saturday, May 22, 2021.Photo: David Calvert / The Nevada Independent By Geoff Dornan Friday, June 24, 2022 Lawmakers were told Friday that climate change is driving environmental changes in the Tahoe Basin, including a significant increase in wildfires.‘We don’t really have a fire season anymore,” said Julie Reagan of the Tahoe Regional
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Wednesday, 22 June 2022, 10:35 amPress Release: Greenpeace Proposed new wood products legislation does not address critical issues of deforestation and human rights abuses associated with products imported into Aotearoa, says Greenpeace. The government’s Forest (Legal Harvest Assurance) Amendment Bill passed its first reading in parliament last night and focuses on the legal harvest of
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Bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) to combat toxic algal blooms in the south Florida ecosystem became law on June 16 with the president’s signature. “For far too long, the east and west coasts of Florida have been treated like Florida’s septic tank,” said Rep. Mast, who authored the bill. “This law
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The seeds of the Indian elm are nutritious and have multiple uses in traditional medicine Indian elm or chilbil seeds can not only be served as a healthy snack, they are also a promising source of edible oil (Photograph: Vibha Varshney) It is difficult to miss the otherwise nondescript Indian elm around April, when its
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Hog deer are captured by a camera trap in the Prek Prasob Wildlife Sanctuary in Kratie, Cambodia, in January 2022.Photo:Xinhua Cambodia’s government officials and conservationists said here on Saturday that the participation by local people and strict law enforcement are essential to ending the snaring crisis and wildlife trafficking in the Southeast Asian country. Speaking
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