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Kimco Realty Has Cut Its Water Use by 30% Since 2015. Here’s How

Environment + Energy Leader

The post Kimco Realty Has Cut Its Water Use by 30% Since 2015. Kimco Realty sought to to improve its lighting and landscaping. As it examined its processes, it also found ways to be more efficient with its energy and water usage. Here’s How appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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USC Economics Faculty Hiring Since 2015

Environmental and Urban Economics

I joined the USC Economics faculty in 2015 and Romain Ranciere also joined that year. Permit me to list the impressive scholars who have subsequently joined our faculty.

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What everyone gets wrong about the 2015 Ashley Madison scandal

New Scientist

Nine years after hackers targeted Ashley Madison, the dating site for wannabe adulterers, many people still don't grasp what was truly chilling about the scandal, says Annalee Newitz

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European summer droughts extreme since 2015

Successful Green

An international team studied the... The post European summer droughts extreme since 2015 appeared first on successful GREEN. Recent summer droughts in Europe are far more severe than anything in the past 2,100 years, according to a new study. The results are reported in the journal Nature Geoscience.

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Sustainability at Retail

So much so that, in 2015, the United Nations (UN) issued a call for action by all countries to work toward sustainable development. Sustainability impacts every nation, company, and person around the world. In response to this and as part of a global Sustainability at Retail initiative, Shop!

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WOTUS Update: Breaking Down the Pre-2015 Regulatory Regime

National Law Center

The post WOTUS Update: Breaking Down the Pre-2015 Regulatory Regime appeared first on National Agricultural Law Center. In late August, a court in the District of Arizona issued a decision vacating the Navigable Waters Protection Rule (“NWPR”), the.

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WOTUS No More: EPA and Corps Revert to Pre-2015 Framework

Endangered Species Law

Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) announced the agencies’ will abandon the definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS) set forth in the April 21, 2020 Navigable Waters Protection Rule (NWPR) and will instead rely on the pre-2015 regulatory framework. The agencies’ announcement comes on the heels of a decision from the U.S.

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