Tag: News

  • U.S. States Finalize Plan to Reduce Water Usage on the Colorado River

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    Seven Western U.S. states that rely on the Colorado River for water supplies have reached a consensus on a landmark plan to voluntarily reduce water usage, the Associated Press reported. The new strategy is part of an effort to safeguard the river, which serves 40 million people and irrigates 7,812 square miles of farmland, in […]

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  • Get Paid to Recycle Your Used Razors

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    Rather than tossing your used razors in the trash and having them contribute to excessive landfill waste, Gillette is paying for them to be recycled – and they’re encouraging people to get their communities to do it as well. Consumers can now recycle their razors and all of their disposable packaging by shipping the used […]

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  • Baby Turtles Return to Mumbai Beaches after HUGE Clean Up

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    Olive Ridley baby turtles have officially returned to the beaches of Mumbai, and it is all because one of the world’s largest beach clean-up efforts. Last summer, conservationists watched as over 80 baby turtles made their way across Mumbai’s Versova Beach, which was previously home to a massive garbage heap. “I had tears in my […]

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  • Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara will step down amid sexual misconduct investigation

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    Amid a flurry of allegations and bombshell reports, Warner Bros. announced that its chairman and CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, will step down from his position at the company. WarnerMedia. announced in a statement to Fox News that Tsujihara will no longer continue with the company after it was revealed through a series of text messages that […]

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  • Putting Away Plastic: The Rise of Zero Waste Grocery Stores

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    Around the globe, there is a drive to reduce plastic waste. The movement has picked up in many cities with hotels, restaurants and shops cutting down on the use of single-use items like plastic straws and bags. Most of this waste are used in packaging and many, frankly are unnecessary. From packing avocados and oranges […]

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  • In Australia Winter May soon become Extinct due to Global Warming

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    By 2050 Winter in Australia will disappear according to a new study Do you like it hot? Well just move to Australia and your children might experience in their lifetime unprecedented heat. Visual design and climate change academics have teamed up to help Australians see how winter will disappear and a ‘new summer’ will emerge by […]

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  • Clean Energy Fuels Goes All In on Renewable Natural Gas

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    Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced it would convert all its natural gas fuel to its renewable product, Redeem, by 2025 as it positions itself to offer the cleanest available fuel alternative to diesel through a broad distribution network. The plan comes as regulatory agencies are considering how to toughen emissions regulations for nitrogen oxide, which […]

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  • World Kidney Day 2019: Our Expert Nutritionist Explains 7 Reasons Why Healthy Kidneys Are So Important

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    World Kidney Day 2019: Chronic kidney disease and acute kidney injury are the contributors to increased morbidity and mortality from other risk factors and diseases like diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, obesity as well as infections like HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, and hepatitis. 14th March, World Kidney Day is dedicated towards the awareness, prevention, and treatment of […]

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  • Volunteer to Ensure No Veteran Dies Alone

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    It’s a rainy Tuesday afternoon at the Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center. Social worker Tonya Ross teases 69-year-old army veteran Herb Poynor about his love for Chinese food and apple fritters. Poynor is battling a bout of pneumonia and says he has 16 percent of his lung capacity left. Ross works as the hospice/palliative […]

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  • No tsunami threat after 5.5 magnitude earthquake shakes Big Island

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    A 5.5 magnitude earthquake shook parts of the Big Island early Wednesday, but officials said there’s no tsunami threat to the state. The quake struck the southern flank of the island near the Kilauea volcano just before 1 a.m. The tremor was not strong enough to trigger a tsunami, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. […]

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