Environment

NGO’s accept record $750,000 donation from cryptocurrency

The world's first charity-driven cryptocurrency has just made a record-breaking donation to non-profit organisations Action Against Hunger and The Ocean Cleanup.

FL Manatees Face Greater Threats to Habitat

Polluted wastewater released into Tampa Bay at Piney Point in the last two weeks is only one threat to Florida manatees, as an increase in manatee deaths is under investigation on the state's Atlantic coast.

Tampa Bay Braces for Red Tide Outbreak After Toxic Wastewater Leak

The uncontrolled release of millions of gallons of polluted wastewater at Piney Point into Tampa Bay is raising concerns about a massive wave of harmful algal blooms.

More Students at FL Universities Seek Clean Energy for Campus

Student-government leaders from several Florida universities want their schools to commit to using 100% renewable energy.

Cooperation Key to Restoring Wildlife Migrations

Wildlife migrations are a part of the American West's lore and history, but many of those centuries-old passages are now obstructed by the trappings of modern civilization.

Knowing Wind Farms’ Limits Can Help Prevent Utility Disruptions

Iowa gets more than 40% of its power from wind energy, and for the most part, wind turbines can be weatherized to operate in winter weather conditions.

Report Questions Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Financial Viability

The proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline may not be needed because natural-gas demand in the Southeast is expected to decline over the next decade

Southern Communities Rally for Inclusion in Green New Deal

Leaders of Southern organizations, including environmental advocates, have come up with a Green New Deal - with a Southern touch.

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What Travelers Can Expect as Overdue Summer Plans Take Shape

The webinar is Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., sponsored by AARP, Portland International Airport and Travel Oregon.
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There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.

Laid-Off Workers Left to Make Do as Businesses Get Relief

Laid-off workers who had to fight through Florida's broken unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits.

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What Travelers Can Expect as Overdue Summer Plans Take Shape

The webinar is Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., sponsored by AARP, Portland International Airport and Travel Oregon.

There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.
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