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Get Down to Earth With These Earth Day Tips

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For more than 50 years, people around the globe have celebrated Earth Day to recognize the vital importance of preserving the environment.

Snook Are Moving North, and Scientists Want to Know Why

Scientists are studying the migration patterns of this Florida sportfish to protect its habitat
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Snook, a popular tropical sportfish, can weigh as much as a Border Collie and grow as long as four feet. They have silvery scales, two tall fins on their back and a protruding lower jaw. And until recently, catching one in North Florida would be unlikely.

With fewer winter freezes during the last 20 years, the fish have slowly expanded to rivers and parts of the Gulf of Mexico that were previously too cold to call home.

A New Beginning for Eldorado Gold in Greece

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Here at Eldorado Gold, we are working to build a leading mining jurisdiction in northern Greece. To realize the full potential of our polymetallic Skouries, Olympias and Stratoni mines (collectively known as the Kassandra Mines), we recently signed an amended Investment Agreement with the Hellenic Republic.

Apalachicola Bay Living Shoreline

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Coastal resilience is one of the most challenging climate issues we face. Through multiple innovative projects, WSP USA and the Apalachee Regional Planning Council (ARPC) are spearheading sustainable solutions for shoreline restoration and resilience efforts.

CNH Industrial Promotes Good Water Stewardship

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CNH Industrial N.V. is committed to optimizing the usage of water across all of its global facilities and has set the ambitious target of reducing the volume of water used by each manufacturing plant by 24% by 2022 vs the 2014 baseline. A number of initiatives have been implemented across the Company’s 66 global production facilities, including recycling wastewater either for reuse during the production process or more broadly within its manufacturing plants’ campuses.

EarthX Celebrates Earth Week 2021 With Full Line-up of Events

Earth Week celebrations have something for everyone — from new TV shows, film festival to conferences to youth programming
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DALLAS, April 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ - EarthX will celebrate Earth Week with virtual and in-person activities, including the EarthxTV Show premieres, a 10-day EarthxFilm festival, conferences, youth programming and more. Festivities begin on April 16th and includes an April 22nd Earth Day celebration featuring environmental and conservation leaders that represent a range of environmental interests and efforts around the globe. The Earth Day event will also stream on NowThis Earth.

Alabama River Cellulose: A Strong Presence in the Region

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Since 1978, the Alabama River Cellulose (ARC) mill has been a major part of the economic lifeblood of the region. Recognized as one of the largest pulp operations in North America, the mill is also considered the largest manufacturer in Monroe County and one of the largest employers in the area. ARC, part of Georgia-Pacific’s Cellulose group, employs approximately 425 people and generates $90 million in direct annual wages and benefits for the region.

Wisconsin Takes Proactive Approach to PFAS Regulation

Developing an action plan for PFAS regulation by collaborating with solid waste and wastewater industries and state agencies
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Tetra Tech’s Erica Lawson and Meleesa Johnson, the Director of Solid Waste Management for Marathon County, Wisconsin. wrote this piece to discuss the how the solid waste solutions and wastewater industries work together with state agencies to develop an action plan for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) regulation.

The original article appeared in Waste Advantage Magazine’s March 2021 issue.

Georgia-Pacific: Welcome to Our Virtual Forestry Tour!

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Welcome to our Virtual Forestry Tour! 

Click here to start the tour

We created this tool to allow our customers to experience the beginning of our supply chain: the forest. Within this tool, you will walk through a working forest, experience our harvesting practices, and learn more about how GP navigates the ever-changing dynamics of forest management and how GP is committed to responsible forestry practices. 

There are three ways to navigate through this tool:

Duke Energy Donates Nearly $35,000 to Community and Environmental Programs in Oklahoma

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Duke Energy Foundation has awarded nearly $35,000 in grants through its Duke Energy Renewables fund to schools, community enrichment programs and wildlife rescue organizations in Kay County, Washington County and Payne County, Okla.

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