Natural resources

Strategic plan | City of Yuma, AZ

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Strategic plan | City of Yuma, AZ Please enable JavaScript in your browser for the best user experience. Government »Mayor and Council Our strategic plan is a long-term vision of where we want Yuma Town to be in the future, and the steps we will take to get there. It serves as a roadmap...

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Opinion: Like it or not, natural resources are still the only way forward for Newfoundland

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The Hebron Platform, anchored in Trinity Bay, The Netherlands, April 18, 2017. The Canadian Press Since entering Confederation in 1949, Newfoundland and Labrador’s dependence on natural resources has left the province with a booming economy characterized by short bursts of dramatic growth followed by long periods of sluggishness. . Yet a long-awaited report on...

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Putting a monetary value on nature will give governments and businesses more reasons to protect it

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(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of information, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) Linda J. Bilmes, Harvard Kennedy School (THE CONVERSATION) President Joe Biden calls climate change “the existential crisis of our time” and has taken steps to end it that fit those words. They include the return of the United States...

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Mauna Kea Task Force Members Announcement

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House Speaker Scott Saiki unveiled the members of a new task force that will be tasked with recommending new management guidelines for Mauna Kea. The 15-member group will review and develop recommendations for a new mountain governance and management structure. House Resolution 33 established the working group, following a independent reportThe conclusions of the...

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UW Mortar Board Selects Winners | New

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May 10, 2021 The University of Wyoming’s principal honorary society, Mortar Board, recently selected this year’s recipients for their exceptional guidance, service and dedication. Christine Wade is the recipient of the Outstanding Advisor Award. Wade is an associate professor and head of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at the College of Agriculture...

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City of Chicago Ends Controversial Metal Shredder License in Response to Community Pressure and EPA Letter

by on May 8, 2021 0

CHICAGO – The Lightfoot administration announced late yesterday that it will halt the permitting process for General Iron, a controversial and massive metal grinding operation, pending an environmental justice scan conducted in partnership with the US EPA- United. That follows a letter from Michael Regan, administrator of the US EPA Call on the City...

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