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Registration Open for W.Va. Conservation Camp
COWEN, W.Va. (AP) - Registrations are being accepted for the 2013 West Virginia State Conservation Camp. The camp for people ages 14 to 18 is set for June 10 to 15 at Camp Caesar near Cowen in...
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Structural failures causing building collapse | R...
Regional News of Saturday, 25 May 2013 Structural failures causing building collapse Dr. Stella Arthiabah, Acting Registrar of the Architects Registration Council of Ghana, on Friday said most...
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Mine owner seeks to renew reclamation permit
MURDOCK — As the state continues to pursue pollution complaints against Murdock Mine owner, Alpena Vision Resources, the company has asked the state to renew its mine reclamation permit for another...
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Archer Daniels Midland Co.
Bill would ease cost for water meters
Maui County Council Member Mike Victorino has introduced a bill to provide relief to residents seeking an Upcountry water meter whose water system development fees would double under the fiscal...
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Delta commission votes to oppose water tunnel plan
The Delta Protection Commission voted Thursday to oppose Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal for two giant water diversion tunnels in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, saying the project would not help...
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TN likely to seek over 3 tmcft of water at Cauver...
Tamil Nadu is expected to ask for the release of about 3.3 thousand million cubic feet (tmc ft) of Cauvery water when the Cauvery Supervisory Committee meets in New Delhi on June 1. The State will...
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Rockefeller Foundation Names Inaugural Social Inn...
Six people of Indian origin are among 18 recipients of Rockefeller Foundation’s Global Fellowship on Social Innovation announced May 6. Dr. Kumanan Rasanathan, Manju Mary George, Megha Bhagat, Sandhya...
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United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
World Health Organization
Lack of fresh water could hit half the world’s po...
Political tensions are likely to follow the movements of environmental refugees, Professor Janos Bogardi, of Bonn University, a senior adviser to the water system project, said. Five hundred of the...
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Canada Leads Global Food Security Initiatives
ROME, ITALY--(Marketwired - May 24, 2013) - Canada's leadership on food security and nutrition is contributing to the reduction of poverty, hunger, and malnutrition in developing countries. The...
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Africans Urged to Shun Division, Embrace Each Oth...
The minister of Fisheries and
has stressed the need for Africans to eschew division and embrace each other in the true spirit of brotherhood as the continent celebrates 50 years of...
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Organization of African Unity
Mountain Express: Drought Declaration for Blaine ...
The Idaho Department of
has declared Blaine County to be in a drought emergency. This morning's Idaho Mountain Express reports that as of early May, the snow-water equivalent was at...
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Elementary students monitor Spofford Pond
Two Spofford Pond Elementary School teachers are leading their third grade classes in an assignment that should ultimately address Spofford Pond’s questionable health while giving students a hands-on...
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Spofford Pond School
Tenaska Gateway Generating Station in Rusk County...
Tenaska Gateway Generating Station in Rusk County Cuts Costs andReduces Water Treatment Needs; Receives Award from GE GE’s Advanced Water Treatment Technology Helps Texas Power Plant Cut Costs and...
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Global majority faces water shortages 'within two...
The world's water systems would soon reach a tipping point that "could trigger irreversible change with potentially catastrophic consequences", more than 500 water experts warned on Friday as they...
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No problems expected in Morganton sewage spills
MORGANTON -- Officials in Burke County say they don’t expect any lasting impact from the spill of about 782,000 gallons of sewer water this week following heavy thunderstorms. Joshua Harris, a...
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Wastewater Treatment Plant
Boaters urged to help fight spread of invasive qu...
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The California interagency effort fighting the spread of invasive quagga and zebra mussels urges boaters to remain vigilant over the three-day Memorial Day weekend. People who...
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Lake County News
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Bill looks to increase dam safety
Part of what makes Medina County beautiful is its natural landscape — the wooded areas, lakes and creeks. But 15 dams in the county are ranked high risk by the Ohio Department of Natural...
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Kuwait: Joining the shale rush | Kuwait
Kuwait has announced it is conducting studies into the viability of extracting shale gas from recently identified reserves, although any commercial operation will likely be many years off. Despite...
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African Energy Atlas 2013
First published in December 1997, the African Energy Atlas has become an indispensable resource for all energy industry professionals, policy makers and academics with an interest in the...
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LACEY: Alternate watering will begin June 1
The city’s water use grows to as much as 16 million gallons per day in the summer, compared with 5 million gallons per day in the winter months. The alternate schedule begins June 1 and will continue...
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