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The UPS Foundation Commits $1 Million And Activates Disaster Relief Network To Support Immediate Needs And Long-Term Recovery From Hurricane Dorian
The UPS Foundation Commits $1 Million And Activates Disaster Relief Network To Support Immediate Needs And Long-Term Recovery From Hurricane Dorian
9/10/2019 8:59:45 AM
• Funding and in-kind transport of urgently needed supplies in motion to support impacted communities in The Bahamas and the U.S. • Response teams are bringing relief, recovery and reconstruction planning.
Building Occupant Exposures to Sewer Gas and Other Unpleasant Odors
Building Occupant Exposures to Sewer Gas and Other Unpleasant Odors
9/9/2019 6:19:54 PM
The presence of sewer gas in a home, school or commercial building can have a number of negative effects on building occupants. Aside from the obvious unpleasant nature of smelling an offensive odor, exposure can also decreased property values and result in lost revenues, impact productivity and increase absenteeism, cause metal corrosion, and result in health concerns and …
Assessing Property Damage and Exposure Hazards Caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas
Assessing Property Damage and Exposure Hazards Caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas
9/9/2019 10:40:25 AM
Last week a massive Category-5 hurricane decimated parts of the Bahamas. Hurricane Dorian brought 185 mph wind, heavy rain and a historic storm surge that resulted in fatalities and massive flooding in the northern Bahama Islands.
Analytical Services to Comply with the New EPA Lead Standards for Dust on Floors and Window Sills
Analytical Services to Comply with the New EPA Lead Standards for Dust on Floors and Window Sills
9/9/2019 9:32:59 AM
Earlier this summer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler, along with Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson, announced tighter standards for lead in dust on floors and window sills to protect children from the harmful effects of lead exposure.
Electricity consumption from China’s internet industry to increase by two thirds by 2023 – Greenpeace
Electricity consumption from China’s internet industry to increase by two thirds by 2023 – Greenpeace
9/9/2019 6:01:22 AM
China’s internet data center industry emitted an estimated 99 million tonnes of CO2 in 2018, new research from Greenpeace East Asia and the North China Electric Power University shows.
Harmful Algal Blooms and Dangerous Toxins Identified by LA Testing
Harmful Algal Blooms and Dangerous Toxins Identified by LA Testing
9/6/2019 10:50:43 AM
Harmful algal blooms (HABs) are overgrowths of algae in water that can occur almost anywhere across the globe. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that HABs are a major environmental problem in all 50 states.
What science means for business
What science means for business
9/5/2019 12:16:45 PM
It’s a hard time for science, admittedly. We’re living in a world where nearly everyone we know carries around a tiny computer that can give you the answer to nearly anything.
This September is critical for our climate. Here’s what you can do.
This September is critical for our climate. Here’s what you can do.
9/5/2019 12:01:26 PM
We have no time to waste. The  Amazon is burning, the  ice caps and glaciers are melting, and our access to  food and water  is under threat.   September will be a month of action, packed with moments that will be pivotal in our efforts to take on the climate emergency.
Creating a Clean Room Can Help Reduce Exposure to Dangerous Wildfire Smoke
Creating a Clean Room Can Help Reduce Exposure to Dangerous Wildfire Smoke
9/5/2019 11:20:03 AM
Each year, millions of people are exposed to airborne pollutants caused by wildfires. Often, these wildfires are considerable distances away from people’s homes and properties, so although they may not pose an immediate danger, exposure to smoke can still impact their health.
Cal/OSHA Cites Construction Company After Workers Contract Valley Fever
Cal/OSHA Cites Construction Company After Workers Contract Valley Fever
9/5/2019 11:02:59 AM
The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) announced earlier this year that it had issued serious health and safety citations to a construction company after two of its employees contracted Valley Fever.
WWF Statement for Business on the Amazon Fires
WWF Statement for Business on the Amazon Fires
9/4/2019 12:41:07 PM
Today’s fires are devastating natural ecosystems in the Amazon, the Chiquitano Forest, the Chaco, the Pantanal, and the Cerrado. Still spreading, the crisis threatens the economic, social and environmental vitality of Brazil and neighboring countries.
Greenpeace calls on fast food giants to take a stand against Bolsonaro’s Amazon destruction
Greenpeace calls on fast food giants to take a stand against Bolsonaro’s Amazon destruction
9/4/2019 11:52:04 AM
As fires continue to ravage the Amazon, Greenpeace International has launched  a campaign asking fast food  giants Burger King, McDonald’s and KFC to reject goods linked to environmental destruction in the Amazon and across Brazil.   “President Bolsonaro can only pursue his anti-environmental agenda so long as companies are willing to accept the products that fuel …
Mold Exposure and Personal Protective Equipment Use Following Hurricane Damage
Mold Exposure and Personal Protective Equipment Use Following Hurricane Damage
9/4/2019 9:29:59 AM
Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a new report examining immunosuppressed residents of Texas that were exposed to mold following Hurricane Harvey damage to the Houston metropolitan area in 2017.
FDC and Hitachi signed joint venture agreement for a new water solution company
FDC and Hitachi signed joint venture agreement for a new water solution company
9/3/2019 1:59:22 PM
Gotianun family-led Filinvest Development Corporation (PHY:247771496,"FDC") and Hitachi Aqua-Tech Engineering Pte. Ltd. ("Hitachi Aqua-Tech"), a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd.
ExxonMobil supports methane regulation
ExxonMobil supports methane regulation
9/3/2019 1:53:18 PM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has  proposed  how it might regulate future methane emissions, so I thought it would be a good time to reiterate ExxonMobil’s position on methane.
Almost 9,000 field personnel ready to respond to Hurricane Dorian effort for Duke Energy in the Carolinas
Almost 9,000 field personnel ready to respond to Hurricane Dorian effort for Duke Energy in the Carolinas
9/3/2019 1:28:18 PM
Duke Energy is moving an extra 4,000 field personnel from 23 states and Canada to the Carolinas in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian making its way up the Atlantic coast.
New EPA Lead Standards Designed to Help Reduce Childhood Exposure Risks Going Into Effect Soon
New EPA Lead Standards Designed to Help Reduce Childhood Exposure Risks Going Into Effect Soon
9/3/2019 1:23:05 PM
It has long been recognized that lead-contaminated dust from chipped or peeling lead-based paint is one of the most common causes of elevated blood lead levels in children.
Global Ocean Treaty negotiations at the UN – Greenpeace response
Global Ocean Treaty negotiations at the UN – Greenpeace response
9/3/2019 1:15:44 PM
Over 190 countries came together at the United Nations to negotiate a historic Global Ocean Treaty [1] that could help protect at least 30% of our seas by 2030. As the third round of UN negotiations draws to a close without serious commitment from most countries, Dr.
CDC Provides Update on Multistate Salmonella Outbreak Tied to Backyard Poultry
CDC Provides Update on Multistate Salmonella Outbreak Tied to Backyard Poultry
9/3/2019 10:18:30 AM
At the start of this year, people began reporting illnesses due to infections caused by  Salmonella  bacteria after coming in contact with backyard poultry.
National Preparedness Month Reminds Businesses and Institutions in Puerto Rico to Make Emergency Contingency Plans
National Preparedness Month Reminds Businesses and Institutions in Puerto Rico to Make Emergency Contingency Plans
9/3/2019 9:07:33 AM
In 2004, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) designated September as National Preparedness Month (NPM). The annual event encourages people across the United States to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses, institutions and communities.