Sometimes the smallest steps help environment – Star-Gazette

The Corning City Council missed the opportunity to show residents that it is an advocate for conservation and using eco-friendly practices, even in chambers. The council voted last night to use twice the amount of paper it needs for its meeting documents …
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S. Korea to assess damage of Japan’s release of radioactive water

South Korea is trying to size up the scope of potential environmental damage radioactive water dumped by Japan would do to the country, the foreign ministry said Tuesday.
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Environment at risk as parched Jordan taps water – France 24

AFP – In its desperate efforts to battle chronic water shortages, Jordan, one of the world’s 10 driest countries, is mulling “unconventional” and “environmentally unfriendly” plans, experts say. The challenge is huge for this tiny country where desert …
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Media Ecology Theory of Marshall McLuhan – Associated Content

Media Ecology is a communication theory that was developed by Marshall McLuhan and focuses on examining the effects of these various types of media on our environments. In essence Media Ecology is the study of how various personal and social environments …
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Eastern Environment Solutions Announces Financial Results for 2010 – PR Inside

Eastern Environment Solutions, Corp. (OTCQB: EESC), a leading provider of municipal solid waste (MSW) processing and disposal services in northeast China, today announced its financial results for the year ended December 31, 2010. The complete financial …
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Va plant’s mercury releases to be studied

The Associated Press The Associated Press WAYNESBORO, Va. Federal officials plan to study the effects of two decades of mercury releases from a DuPont plant in Waynesboro. The News Virginian reports that the study will quantify environmental damage caused by the toxic substance, which was discharged into the South River. DuPont used mercury as a catalyst in manufacturing processes at the plant …
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Waynesboro Mercury Release Study Planned

Federal officials plan to study the effects of two decades of mercury releases from a DuPont plant in Waynesboro. The study will examine the environmental damage caused by the toxic substance.
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Commonwealth Financial Network(R) Chooses Axceler’s ControlPoint to Aid Compliance in Dynamic SharePoint Environment – msnbc.com

“As our SharePoint environment has grown rapidly, we needed more than just the out of the box monitoring/auditing capabilities that SharePoint provides. After intensively evaluating several solutions, in our opinion ControlPoint was by far the easiest to …
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The Heron’s Nest: The new news ecology – Delaware County Daily Times

I got another big taste of the so-called “new news ecology” on Saturday. In conjunction with our sister paper, the Daily Local News in West Chester, we held a blogger expo at Edgmont Country Club. About 60 people turned out to learn about how to get …
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ENVIRONMENT: Bay Foundation seeks federal fracking analysis – Delaware Wave

ANNAPOLIS — The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is calling for a comprehensive federal analysis of Marcellus shale drilling in the six bay watershed states. The foundation says assessments are under way, but none is comprehensive. And federal law obligates the …
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