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Biomass energy could be a part of the umbrella planning for renewable energy in the province. It’s an exciting possibility for agriculture producers and First Nations communities which could become the source of biomass materials.  Saskatchewan-based Prairie Clean Energy (PCE) is a player in the field, and it recently returned from a trade mission to Japan where they met with some of the largest renewable energy developers in the world, including Mitsubishi, Mitsui, Sumitomo, Kyuden International, and more. PCE met in person with Yosuke Kiminami, the founder and CEO of Japan’s largest publicly-traded clean energy company, RENOVA Inc. This meeting…

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Rob Campbell, Director and CEO of First Hydrogen Energy, comments: “Canada is an ideal place to develop green hydrogen facilities given its abundant renewable energy resources and rapidly improving policy landscape for green hydrogen. Green Hydrogen is now globally recognised as an important element needed to help us decarbonise within the massive energy transition we are now entering.  “First Hydrogen Energy has the people, partners and plans to become a major green hydrogen provider in key regions and has a compelling strategy to offer both green hydrogen and commercial vehicles to use the hydrogen. Project development in the United States…

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If we all work together to improve our relationship with the environment, India can serve as a model for sustainability to the rest of the world (File) A cyclist makes his way along a road under heavy smoggy conditions in New Delhi. AFP Human ambition has increased significantly over the past few decades, which has also led to a surge in development. However, we started overusing our natural resources rather than utilizing the environment to our advantage, and developing technology and systems that may benefit both humans and nature. The result was climate change, melting glaciers, sea-level rise, natural disasters, urban…

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Search Quotes, News, Mutual Fund NAVs Yes Bank INE528G01035, YESBANK, 532648 Brightcom Group INE425B01027, BCG, 532368 Tata Steel INE081A01020, TATASTEEL, 500470 Tata Elxsi INE670A01012, TATAELXSI, 500408 Reliance INE002A01018, RELIANCE, 500325 Search Quotes, News, Mutual Fund NAVs Yes Bank INE528G01035, YESBANK, 532648 Brightcom Group INE425B01027, BCG, 532368 Tata Steel INE081A01020, TATASTEEL, 500470 Tata Elxsi INE670A01012, TATAELXSI, 500408 Reliance INE002A01018, RELIANCE, 500325 The outspoken billionaire investor, trader, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and raconteur (with a penchant for risqué one-liners) died in Mumbai of cardiac arrest. A long-time diabetic, Jhunjhunwala’s health took a sudden turn for the worse over the last couple of months..…

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A new study led by the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) has found that thawing Arctic hillsides currently release a large amount of organic carbon that has been locked in frozen ground for thousands of years, but which is now contributing to an already warming climate. A significant and rapid increase of collapsed hillsides feature landslides which gradually expose more permafrost for thawing and release more carbon into the atmosphere.  “Permafrost landscapes are expected to change profoundly over the next decades,” said study co-author Simon Zwieback, an assistant professor of Geosciences at UAF. “Among the many consequences of this is…

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This opinion piece originally ran in the Alexandria Echo Press It does not necessarily reflect the views of the Detroit Lakes TribuneMy mom’s father was born in 1885, when woodland caribou still called parts of Minnesota home. My father’s dad was born in 1895. He homesteaded with his family on the prairies of Canada, where they lived in a sod hut. I grew up with the pioneer spirit, and its way of looking at nature as limitless — something to be exploited.Now we live in an era when the earth is devastated by us humans, due to climate change, deforestation,…

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The 200-foot-tall (60-meter-tall) front of the Getz Ice Shelf in Antarctica is scored with cracks where icebergs are likely to break off, or calve, in this 2016 photo. The first estimate of Antarctic calving has found that since 1997 ice shelves have lost as much ice from calving as from melting. Credits: NASA/GSFC/OIB.New research on Antarctica, including the first map of iceberg calving, doubles the previous estimates of loss from ice shelves and details how the continent is changing.The greatest uncertainty in forecasting global sea level rise is how Antarctica’s ice loss will accelerate as the climate warms. Two studies…

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On August 7 and 8, teams of Mad River Watch volunteers visited field sites to collect data and make careful environmental observations for the fifth time this summer. This article is part of an ongoing series that shares highlights from this field work as well as lessons learned from this year and the past 38 years of Friends of the Mad River’s (FMR) Mad River Watch program.   MONITORING pH pH is a measure of the acidity of a solution. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14 with lower values indicating more acidic conditions and higher values more…

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GIBBON — Gibbon Fairfax Winthrop Facility Manager Brian Weir reported that asbestos removal began in the new business center and two adjacent classrooms. Weir added that new gym scoreboards are scheduled to arrive in September to be installed. Weir reported Larson Construction is repairing a fence by the high school gym parking lot. The custodial/maintenance report is part of the School Board’s agenda for the Monday, Aug. 15, meeting that begins at 6:30 p.m. in the GFW Early Childhood Room in Gibbon. Today’s breaking news and more in your inbox Source link

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Back to school is just around the corner so Unicycle Jamaica has launched its fifth annual school uniform drive. In partnership with Campion College and Fontana Pharmacy, the nonprofit organisation strives to provide school uniforms and other supplies to families across Jamaica through the National Education Trust (NET). “Back in the second form I had outgrown my school uniforms … and so I was trying to figure out what to do with it. I didn’t just want to throw it away and it goes into a landfill and in a few years, it becomes waste. What ended up happening was…

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