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A French adviser to support Louisiana in the transition to cleaner energy as part of an agreement

A French adviser to support Louisiana in the transition to cleaner energy as part of an agreement

Under the eyes of French President Emmanuel Macron, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Catherine Collona signed an agreement on Friday afternoon outlining how their two governments will help each other in the development of climate-friendly energy sources. The objective is “to help companies in their respective countries …

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Aerial view of the Pantanal wetlands, in Mato Grosso state, Brazil on March 8, 2018. Credit: Carl De Souza/AFP via Getty Images

Water as part of the climate solution – Inside Climate News

The intersection of freshwater and climate is an often overlooked but critical part of the climate problem, according to a new study from Sweden that explores the link and offers solutions that will help reduce emissions. After two years of preparation, the study “The Essential Drop to Reach Net-Zero: Unpacking Freshwater’s Role in Climate Change …

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The 3-Leg Stool of Successful Grow Operations: Climate, Cultivation, and Genetics - Part 3 - Cannabis Industry Journal

The 3-Leg Stool of Successful Grow Operations: Climate, Cultivation, and Genetics – Part 3 – Cannabis Industry Journal

This is part 3 of The 3-legged stool for successful cultivation operations series. Click here to see Part 1 and here to see Part 2. Stay tuned for Part 4, coming next week. The right build Aeroponic and hydroponic systems grow plants at a very accelerated rate. A “clean room” type of construction approach is …

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Schoolchildren in England learn about biodiversity as part of a new HRH project

Children will learn about biodiversity and nature in schools, and possibly gain new green spaces in the playground, thanks to a new partnership between the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the Natural History Museum (NHM) and the government. The plan involves students mapping biodiversity in their schools and adding it to a national database, as well …

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This historic farm housed colonial-era pastors and CSIRO scientists.  Now it could be part of a retirement village

This historic farm housed colonial-era pastors and CSIRO scientists. Now it could be part of a retirement village

Hundreds of Canberrans got a rare glimpse of one of the capital’s oldest and grandest heritage sites, as Gungahlin Homestead opened to the public for just the third time in over 100 years. The sprawling 36-hectare estate lies between the Barton Highway and Bellenden Road in Crace, and is best known in modern times as …

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Cameras sent down storm drains as part of an investigation into the deaths of Port River dolphins

Cameras sent down storm drains as part of an investigation into the deaths of Port River dolphins

Cameras have been sent through a stormwater system that drains into the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary to investigate leaks of arsenic and other heavy metals into the Port River. The Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron has been calling for action against industrial pollution in the Port River and Sanctuary since 2016. He claims polluted water – …

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