Enviro & Legislation

(© Dash – stock.adobe.com) Long lines, busy parking lots and huge crowds have pushed a number of holiday shoppers online in recent years. However, with online shopping, there also comes a heightened cybersecurity risk for consumers. Virginia Tech cyber expert Aaron Brantly shares the following safety tips for preventing online scams. 10 tips for holiday
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Crimes against wildlife, from bats to badgers and bluebells, remained at record levels in 2021 after hitting new highs the previous year, a report has said. Research using data from nature organisations in the absence of formal statistics reveals there were 1,414 reported wildlife crime incidents last year, not including fishing and fisheries,  similar to
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Planting forests in drylands all over the world is unlikely to help in the fight against global warming and climate change, according to Israeli research that cast a question mark over massive tree planting projects being undertaken by countries such as China. Trees absorb carbon dioxide when they photosynthesize to make food (sugars), and by
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By Don Brunell Last summer, our state’s wildfire season was below normal — a welcome relief for firefighters and smoke-choked Washingtonians, especially city dwellers. However, that all changed this fall. First, the 15,000-acre Bolt Creek fire erupted in early September near Skykomish along Highway 2. Heavy smoke blanked the densely populated Puget Sound area causing
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EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans are preparing to pursue an aggressive plan to fight President Biden’s climate agenda through legislation and investigations over administration policymaking when they assume majority control early next year. Several top GOP members, who are in leadership roles on energy policy, laid out their priorities to Fox News Digital. In addition to stemming
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