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Transition Town Totnes

“Strengthening the local economy, reducing environmental impact & building resilience” Totnes is a small town in the southwest of England that has become known world-wide as the birthplace of the Transition movement. The Transition Network is a grassroots “movement of communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world.” Community groups crowdsource solutions to local […]

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EcoSask News, January 29, 2019

Upcoming EventsPesticides in the Prairie Pothole Region, Feb. 1 (Saskatoon) Egina Malaj will discuss the ecological assessment of pesticides in the Prairie Pothole Region at 3:30 pm, Feb. 1, as part of the WildEcol seminar series at the U of S. AB/SK Renewable Energy Summit, Feb. 4-5 (Calgary) Find out about renewable energy project and investment opportunities […]

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ICA 2019 pre-conference “Environmental Communication Beyond Boundaries: Transnational, international, and comparative approaches to understanding environmental issues.”

Type of Call:  Call for extended abstracts Deadline:  January 31, 2019 Two more weeks before the deadline to submit your extended abstracts to this great ICA pre-conference co-organized with my incredible colleagues Julia Metag, Jagadish Thaker, and Suzannah Evans Comfort!!!! Travel grants are available, specially for scholars from the Global South. This pre-conference will bring together scholars from […]

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Catering for a crowd

Constructed and operating in a newly established capital city, Canberra’s Old Parliament House was designed to be a self-contained building, providing for the needs for members of parliament, staff and visitors. The Commonwealth Parliamentary Refreshment Rooms (CPRR), located in the building’s South Wing, were used to prepare and serve hundreds of meals each day when parliament […]

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Nasty Gas Smells In Long Beach Launch AQMD Long-Term Investigation — We’re There, And It’s About Time!

We’ve complained about nauseous smells in Long Beach coming from the harbor, the cement factories, and the dreaded petroleum refineries for some time. After years of complaints, AQMD is investigating the recurring stench. The post Nasty Gas Smells In Long Beach Launch AQMD Long-Term Investigation — We’re There, And It’s About Time! appeared first on […]