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Read the full story from Purdue University. It’s not just to hide clutter anymore – add “saving the planet” to the reasons you leave the
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Webinar: SciStarter, Citizen Science, and How You Can Help!

Jan 27, 2021, 2-3 pm CSTRegister here. Learn about how you can make a difference in the world of scientific research. Citizen science is an
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Webinar: Citizen Science Month in Your Library or Community-Based Organization

Jan 22, 2021, 1-2 pm CSTRegister here. Citizen Science Month (April 2021) is a great time to bring citizen science — public engagement in real
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Gov. Tony Evers today announced the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has officially activated Part B of the Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program , which provides COVID-19 vaccinations to Wisconsin assisted living facilities. Assisted living facilities will be hearing directly from pharmacies to plan their vaccination efforts in the coming days. Pharmacies...
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Consumer electronics have changed a lot in 20 years – systems for managing e-waste aren’t keeping up

by Callie Babbitt (Rochester Institute of Technology) and Shahana Althaf, (Yale University) It’s hard to imagine navigating modern life without a mobile phone in hand.
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Slow Down: The Case for Technology Neutral Transportation Policy

Download the document. This report reviews existing scientific research of the various options available for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the transportation sector and
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Automakers urge U.S. support for EV charging, R&D, incentives

Read the full story from Reuters. A major automotive trade association on Tuesday urged U.S. policymakers to back sweeping support for electric vehicles (EV), including
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FEWtures

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Clean Products Standard: A New Approach to Industrial Decarbonization

Download the document. In this report, we propose a novel market-based standard for manufacturing, a clean products standard (CPS), which could reduce emissions from the
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Sustainability Prerequisites and Practices in Textile and Apparel Supply Chains

Warasthe R, Schulz F, Enneking R, Brandenburg M. “Sustainability Prerequisites and Practices in Textile and Apparel Supply Chains.” Sustainability 12(23), 9960. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12239960 Abstract: The proposed study
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Error Correction Means California’s Future Wetter Winters May Never Come

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Embion ties-up with Asahi to up-cycle brewing by-products: ‘Our super-extracts offer a glimpse into the future’

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Boston Mayor Walsh shares a vision of national climate action

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Webinar: Finding, Fixing and Monitoring Compressed Air Leaks

January 21, 2021, 1:00 pm CSTRegister here. Join Keynote Speaker, Ron Marshall, Chief Auditor, Compressed Air Consulting, to discuss one of the first things you
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Nine Former Michigan Officials, Including Ex-Gov. Rick Snyder, Charged in Flint Water Crisis

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The Department of Health Services (DHS) announced today a newsletter the public can sign up for to get direct information about the COVID-19 response and vaccine rollout. Every Friday, a COVID-19 update newsletter will be sent via email to people who sign up to receive it. Registration is now open, and archived copies of...
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Webinar: Understanding Food Waste Regulations and Compliance

January 22, 2021, 11 am CSTRegister here. Food waste in America has skyrocketed in recent years. With 40.7 million tons (81.4 billion pounds) of food waste generated
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A California water fight pits pistachio growers against the U.S. Navy

Read the full story from FERN’s Ag Insider. A legal dispute over water rights in California’s Mojave desert has growers for The Wonderful Co. on
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Toyota’s Solid-State Battery Prototype Could Be an EV Game Changer

Read the full story at Motortrend. Imagine an electric car battery that provides more than 300 miles of range, charges in approximately ten minutes, requires no bulky
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Climate Transition Finance Handbook

Download the document and FAQ. The concept of climate transition focuses principally on the credibility of an issuer’s climate change-related commitments and practices. In order
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Ahold Delhaize Secures New Credit Line Linked to Sustainability Goals

Read the full story at Winsight Grocery Business. Ahold Delhaize said it has secured a new revolving credit facility linked to its sustainability goals, including
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Cleaning Product Enforcement Challenge Highlights Reach of EPA’s Antimicrobial Regulatory Authority

Read the full story at JD Supra. For years, EPA has asserted broad authority to regulate products that are labeled or marketed with express or
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Boeing Is Now Upcycling Old Plane Parts as Furniture

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Beiersdorf To Use Renewable Plastics in Cosmetics Packaging

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‘Good news for businesses, shoppers and environment’: Meat industry welcomes new rules on sell-by dates

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Technical Limits in Circularity for Plastic Packages

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Coronavirus linked to largest drop in greenhouse gas emissions since World War II: research

Read the full story at The Hill. U.S. greenhouse gas emissions experienced a more than 10 percent drop amid the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the
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Gov. Evers and DHS Announce $86 Million in Funding for Local and Tribal Health Departments

Governor Tony Evers joined the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) in announcing an additional $86 million in funding for local and tribal health departments today. The funds, designed to help alleviate the immense strain the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on public health departments across the state, will be dedicated to off-setting COVID-19 related...
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DHS and Laboratory Partners Identify Variant Strain B.1.1.7 of SARS-CoV-2 in Wisconsin

On January 12, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and laboratory partners identified a variant strain of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in Wisconsin. The particular variant, referred to as B.1.1.7, was first discovered circulating widely in England during November and December of 2020. Based on epidemiologic and modeling studies, researchers believe that...
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Wisconsin FoodShare Recipients Benefit from Temporary Increase, Additional Online Shopping Option

Wisconsin households that receive FoodShare will now receive added benefits to help them access food during the COVID-19 pandemic. This temporary increase will begin this month and last until June 2021. It was part of the federal COVID-19 stimulus package signed into law in December 2020. FoodShare households will be able to use these...
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Distant Cousins Of Food Crops Deserve Respect And Protection

Read the full story from NPR. Hundreds of native North American plants, often dismissed as weeds, deserve a lot more respect, according to a new study.
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Read the full story at PublicSource. Two of the ‘forever chemicals’ have been studied widely and show a wide range of harmful effects. A Pitt
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Utility interest in hydrogen ‘beyond staggering’: GE

Read the full story at Utility Dive. Utility interest in hydrogen is “beyond staggering” and may soon begin showing up in long-term integrated resource plans,
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Answering the Call: EnviroAtlas Team Supports Teachers and Educators during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Read the full story from U.S. EPA. EPA’s response during the COVID-19 pandemic has been broad—ranging from developing an approach for monitoring the virus in
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The curse of ‘white oil’: electric vehicles’ dirty secret

Read the full story in The Guardian. The race is on to find a steady source of lithium, a key component in rechargeable electric car
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Gut Microbiome Snapshot Could Reveal Chemical Exposures in Children

Read the full story from Duke University. Researchers at Duke University have completed the most comprehensive study to date on how a class of persistent
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Read the full story at The Hill. Wildfire smoke has resulted in as much as half of the soot pollution in parts of the western U.S.,
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DOE Announces Approximately $123.6 Million to Bolster Domestic Manufacturing through Innovation

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) announced approximately $123.6 million in funding, as well as $44.7 million
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Funding available for environmental and installation energy demonstrations

The ESTCP FY 2022 Solicitation was released January 7, 2021. Researchers from Federal organizations, universities, and private industry can apply for ESTCP funding. All proposals
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Design for and from Recycling: A Circular Ecodesign Approach to Improve the Circular Economy

Martínez Leal, J.; Pompidou, S.; Charbuillet, C.; Perry, N. (2020). “Design for and from Recycling: A Circular Ecodesign Approach to Improve the Circular Economy.” Sustainability 12, 9861. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12239861 Abstract: In the
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Nestlé explores alternative packaging technologies with startup investment

Read the full story at Food Dive. Nestlé Waters North America is investing in Timeplast, a startup investigating technology that minimizes the impact of improperly
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Webinar: One Size Does Not Fit All: Lessons Learned from Financing Large and Small Energy Retrofits

Tue, Jan 19, 2021 2-3 pm CSTRegister here. Explore the successful implementation of two energy efficiency projects — one small (less than $150,000) and one
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Don’t erase undergrad researchers and technicians from author lists

Read the full story in Science. “While I recognise that she thinks she had a major contribution to the project it will be difficult to
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ArcelorMittal USA: Power Of 1 contest increases employee engagement and generates low- and no-cost project ideas

Read the full case study from the U.S. DOE Better Buildings Program. ArcelorMittal is a multinational steel manufacturing company that owns and operates 25 facilities
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