Plastic Pipe Institute names Projects of the Year winners

The Plastics Pipe Institute Inc. (PPI), the major North American trade association representing the plastic pipe industry, has announced the winners of its Projects and Members of the Year program. The Irving, Tex.-based association said that this year it received the most submissions, and that it was also the firstContinue Reading

Plastic Pipe Institute Projects of the Year

The announcement by the Plastic Pipe Institute (PPI) of the winners of the annual Projects and Members of the Year program couldn’t have come at a more propitious time. As the Biden administration and Senate Republicans haggle over the scope and price tag of the infrastructure plan, the PPI showcasesContinue Reading

Zur Rose Group further extends European market leadership and successfully implements healthcare platform

Advanced report on Global Achalasia Cardia Market Added by Data Bridge Market Research, offers details on current and future growth trends pertaining to the business besides information on myriad regions across the geographical landscape of the Achalasia Cardia Market. The report also expands on comprehensive details regarding the supply andContinue Reading

Vermont to Pay Farmers for Tackling Phosphorus | Gund Institute for Environment

University of Vermont researchers are partnering with Vermont officials on a new $7-million program that takes a unique approach to protecting watersheds: paying farmers to reduce phosphorus pollution. The pilot program, informed by UVM research, will test a new tool—financial incentives for farm performance—in the state’s phosphorus reduction efforts. UntilContinue Reading

Q&A with Robert Muggah of the Igarapé Institute

Relentless deforestation has pushed the Amazon to the brink of an ecological shift from rainforest to savannah with potentially devastating consequences for climate change and biodiversity. Home to most of the world’s tropical forest land, almost all logging in the Amazon is thought to be illegal, yet few penalties areContinue Reading

Sydney Environment Institute Progression Scholarship

1. Background a. This Scholarship has been established to provide financial assistance to a PhD student who is undertaking biodiversity governance research within the Sydney Environment Institute. b. This Scholarship is funded by the Sydney Environment Institute. 2. Eligibility a. Applicants must be currently enrolled to study full-time in aContinue Reading

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(This blog is co-authored with Reed Walker). Offset markets for air pollution don’t worsen environmental inequality, though also don’t improve it. One of the Biden Administration’s top two environmental priorities, along with climate change, is environmental justice (EJ)—the concern that low-income and minority communities experience higher levels of environmental dangers. These concernsContinue Reading