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Conservation group finds record-high number of endangered blood-shooting lizards in Alberta | CBC News

About the size of a chicken wing, Alberta’s only native lizard species lacks protection from predators — so they shoot blood out of their eye sockets. And earlier this week, as part of an annual search for the endangered blood-squirting reptiles, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) found eight greater short-horned lizards in southeastern Alberta. […]

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Yamaha Donates Rs 10 Lakh to Boost Environment Conservation

In line with its commitment to conserving the environment through clean and green operations, India Yamaha Motor donated Rs 10 lakhs to the Department of Forest, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. To mark the initiative, Mr. Nepal Singh, Vice President, Manufacturing, India Yamaha Motor, and Mr. Sudesh Bhati, Union President, handed over a demand draft […]

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Successful Yellowstone wolf conservation suggested as blueprint for West

HAILEY, Idaho — Conservationists today hailed a new scientific study that proposes a network of protected areas focusing on wolf and beaver restoration as a strategy for restoring native ecosystems and wildlife diversity on western public lands. The benefits of this proposal would also contribute to stream restoration and help mitigate drought, wildfires and climate change. The […]

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Canada

National Geographic expedition teaming up with Inuit to visit Nunavik, Que., on conservation mission | CBC News

Paul Rose, National Geographic Pristine Seas expedition leader, and Ossie Michelin in the Nachvak Fjord. (Submitted by Ossie Michelin) Ossie Michelin’s childhood dream of working with the National Geographic Society became a reality last month, when he was invited to join a Pristine Seas expedition on a two-month journey to parts of the North. Michelin is an […]

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Science

Arnold Irrigation District conservation projects close to approval, district manager says

Arnold Irrigation District conservation projects close to approval, district manager says The Bulletin Source link

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Travel

See the Winners of the Conservation Foundation’s Summer Photo Contest

Love nature? Check out these photos from The Conservation Foundation’s third annual virtual Summer Photo Contest. Winners of the contest were announced on Tuesday, August 2. Photographers of all ages and experience levels submit work that showcases the beauty of natural Florida. Submissions were judged by local artists, based on composition, color, contrast, point of […]

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Science

EYE ON THE ENVIRONMENT | Battle of the water conservation and waste reduction methods – VC Reporter | Times Media Group

PICTURED: There are lots of ways to conserve water by David Goldstein Most methods of reducing waste and conserving water complement each other, but sometimes, there can be only one. Woody mulch vs. fine compost as a top dressing Mulch is a material applied to the garden surface, and compost is a product decomposed to […]

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What the Loss of Pure Bison Means for Conservation

I was shocked by Pete Geddes’ words in 2020: “I bet Yellowstone doesn’t have genetically pure bison. Nobody knows. They have never tested them.” The vice president of American Prairie told me this while we were chatting inside the conservation organization’s headquarters in Bozeman, Montana, roughly 80 miles from Yellowstone National Park. The park has […]

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Science

Storage Tank Enforcement/Trust Fund Eligibility: Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Proposed Order Addressing Henderson Underground Storage Tank System | JD Supra

Download PDF The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (“TDEC”) issued a July 19th proposed Order and Assessment (“Order”) to Johnson and Clayton, Inc. (“JCI”) addressing underground storage tank trust fund eligibility and alleged violations. See Case No. FDA22-0014. The Order provides that JCI is the registered owner of six underground storage tanks (“USTs”) in […]

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Life Style

Love-heat relationship: City urges water conservation as heat continues

Intensely hot weather is once again agonizing Brazos County and causing continuous resource problems. As extreme heat plagues Bryan-College Station, city officials are urging residents to conserve water. The city has experienced over 23 days with temperatures averaging 100 degrees — more than ever recorded before — and is facing a challenge with its water […]