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EPA Announces National Drinking Water Standard for PFAS
EPA Announces National Drinking Water Standard for PFAS
5/29/2024 8:09:10 AM
Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the first-ever national, legally enforceable drinking water standard to protect communities from exposure to per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
Hay Fever in Puerto Rico and Identifying Pollen, Mold and Other Airborne Allergens in Homes and Buildings
Hay Fever in Puerto Rico and Identifying Pollen, Mold and Other Airborne Allergens in Homes and Buildings
5/28/2024 1:49:09 PM
Allergic rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal airways that can occur when an environmental allergen, such as pollen or mold, is inhaled by an individual with a sensitized immune system.
EPA Proclaims Final Rule to Ban Ongoing Uses of Chrysotile Asbestos
EPA Proclaims Final Rule to Ban Ongoing Uses of Chrysotile Asbestos
5/28/2024 10:51:39 AM
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced a final rule to prohibit ongoing uses of chrysotile asbestos. The ban on ongoing uses is the first rule to be finalized under the 2016 amendments to the nation’s chemical safety law, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
Pronto Expands Menu with New Offerings from Urban Remedy
Pronto Expands Menu with New Offerings from Urban Remedy
5/24/2024 3:29:24 PM
Pronto, Elevate Gourmet Brands ’ leading grab n’ go marketplace, is thrilled to announce the addition of new certified organic salads sold in compostable bowls and Superfood Cookies from Urban Remedy to their curated selection of offerings.
EPA Announces Final Rule to Ban Ongoing Uses of Chrysotile Asbestos
EPA Announces Final Rule to Ban Ongoing Uses of Chrysotile Asbestos
5/22/2024 9:57:28 AM
Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a final rule to prohibit ongoing uses of chrysotile asbestos. The ban on ongoing uses is the first rule to be finalized under the 2016 amendments to the nation’s chemical safety law, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
Diageo announces paper-based bottle trial for Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur
Diageo announces paper-based bottle trial for Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur
5/22/2024 7:28:23 AM
In partnership with PA Consulting, as part of the Bottle Collective with PA and PulPac, Diageo is trialling a Dry Molded Fiber bottle which is 90% paper, with a thin plastic liner and a foil seal.
University of East London reduces carbon emissions in first stage of net zero strategy
University of East London reduces carbon emissions in first stage of net zero strategy
5/22/2024 4:49:55 AM
• The University of East London (UEL) has reduced its carbon emissions by 10 percent in phase one of its new net zero strategy • UEL partnered with Siemens to develop and deliver the strategy, designed to improve energy efficiency and renewable integration • Siemens and UEL to co-create a ‘Living Lab’ to help embed sustainability into course curriculums The …
Tate & Lyle named as one of Europe’s Climate Leaders 2024
Tate & Lyle named as one of Europe’s Climate Leaders 2024
5/20/2024 9:07:04 AM
Tate & Lyle PLC, a world leader in ingredient solutions for healthier food and beverages, is pleased to be recognised as one of Europe’s Climate Leaders by the Financial Times in a report published today reflecting the significant actions the Company is taking to tackle the impacts of climate change.
Kering collaborates with the National University of Singapore to launch three-year research study
Kering collaborates with the National University of Singapore to launch three-year research study
5/20/2024 9:03:23 AM
The partnership was announced at the Nature in the City forum, organized by the French National Museum of Natural History and the Embassy of France in Singapore with support from Kering.
Anheuser-Busch Delivered More Than 50,000 Cans of Emergency Drinking Water to East Texas to Support Flood Relief Efforts
Anheuser-Busch Delivered More Than 50,000 Cans of Emergency Drinking Water to East Texas to Support Flood Relief Efforts
5/16/2024 11:22:44 AM
At the request of the American Red Cross, Anheuser-Busch delivered one truckload – more than 50,000 cans – of emergency drinking water to residents in East Texas to provide support for the ongoing severe weather and flooding that has affected several counties in the state and is expected to continue.   Earlier this month, the Texas government issued a disaster declaration …
TotalEnergies takes action to give access to clean cooking to 100 million people in Africa and India
TotalEnergies takes action to give access to clean cooking to 100 million people in Africa and India
5/16/2024 10:21:02 AM
 At the Clean Cooking Summit organized by the International Energy Agency (IEA), TotalEnergies announced its ambition of giving 100 million people in Africa and India access to clean cooking by 2030.
Meet WWF’s new Chief Conservation Officer - Daudi Sumba
Meet WWF’s new Chief Conservation Officer - Daudi Sumba
5/16/2024 10:14:42 AM
 WWF International has appointed Daudi Sumba to the post of Chief Conservation Officer. Daudi is a passionate conservationist and leader who has spent more than 30 years working in biodiversity conservation across the African continent.  Previously, Daudi has worked in senior leadership roles for Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, African Wildlife …
Aecon supporting a clean energy future as Canadians for CANDU Ambassador
Aecon supporting a clean energy future as Canadians for CANDU Ambassador
5/16/2024 10:12:12 AM
Aecon Group Inc. (TSX: ARE) (“Aecon” or the “Company”) believes strongly that nuclear energy is essential to achieving global net zero goals and is pleased to announce its support for the Canadians for CANDU campaign as an ambassador.
Brick Manufacturer Faces Costly OSHA Penalties for Exposing Workers to Respirable Crystalline Silica
Brick Manufacturer Faces Costly OSHA Penalties for Exposing Workers to Respirable Crystalline Silica
5/15/2024 3:12:37 PM
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced that safety investigators found a brick manufacturer exposed workers to silica respiratory hazards that have the potential to lead to lung cancer, silicosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and kidney disease.
Cyprus on the path to making Larnaca Tsunami Ready
Cyprus on the path to making Larnaca Tsunami Ready
5/15/2024 7:36:22 AM
Cyprus is gearing up to enhance its preparedness for potential tsunami events by partnering with  the IOC/UNESCO  in the  UNESCO-IOC EU DG ECHO CoastWAVE project .
ACTUAL and Circle of Blue Co-Host the Fourth Installment of “Designing Water’s Future” Global Dialogues at the Futur/io CSO Forum
5/14/2024 3:34:04 PM
As compounding water crises threaten the global economy, food and energy security, and sustainability, Circle of Blue and ACTUAL today are co-hosting the fourth installment of the “Designing Water’s Future” global dialogues during the Futur/io CSO Leadership Forum.
New, more environmentally friendly Valeo Canopy™ wiper blades at Speedy
New, more environmentally friendly Valeo Canopy™ wiper blades at Speedy
5/14/2024 11:14:41 AM
• Speedy is the first fast-fit maintenance and repair chain in France to market Valeo Canopy™, the first more environmentally friendly wiper blade.
Identifying Fusarium in the Built Environment to Protect Patients and Building Occupants
Identifying Fusarium in the Built Environment to Protect Patients and Building Occupants
5/13/2024 3:08:08 PM
Fusarium is the name of a large genus of fungi that can be found widely distributed in the natural environment. While most species of it are harmless, others can cause costly plant damage or spoil cereal crops through the production of mycotoxins, including fumonisins and trichothecenes.
Land Squeeze: Soaring Land Prices, Grabs and Carbon Schemes Threaten Food Production, Experts Warn
Land Squeeze: Soaring Land Prices, Grabs and Carbon Schemes Threaten Food Production, Experts Warn
5/13/2024 2:23:51 PM
Soaring land prices, land grabs, and carbon schemes are creating an unprecedented ‘land squeeze’, threatening farmers and food production, reveals a comprehensive new report today by IPES-Food.  The report comes as land issues rise up the global agenda – with the World Bank holding a conference on ‘Securing Land Tenure and Access for Climate Action’ in Washington DC …
Hope for the Future🌟
Hope for the Future🌟
5/13/2024 2:18:55 PM
ANNUAL GET-TOGETHER. Next week, the EEB will host its Annual Conference, a yearly opportunity to come together, welcome our members in person, acknowledge the fruits of our collective efforts, and agree on what to work on together in the coming year.