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From a two-year-old hockey star to a "superhero" fighting crimes against the environment - here are some of the stories you may have missed this week

Torrential rain from Storm Dennis has swelled rivers to “exceptional” levels in parts of Britain, with more forecast to fall later this week, the Environment Agency warned

Extinction Rebellion targeted London Fashion Week, asking for systemic change and ‘a complete reinvention of the industry in a way that regenerates the environment’

After a weekend of heavy rainfall, the UK is bracing itself for more downpours this week. Tune into #KayBurley  at #Breakfast  at 7.30am, when Environment Secretary George Eustice will be talking about #StormDennis . 📺 Channel 501 📱 Watch live

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Hamilton's Centre for Integrated Transportation and Mobility is setting up an urban testing environment for technology companies in the city's downtown and Mountain. The CITM director promoted the sensor devices at a local conference last week #HamOnt 

Tumultuous week for resource development & Indigenous rights. Pretty timely for a sitdown with @CT6FN_  Grand Chief Billy Morin. His thoughts on Teck, youth demands to consider the environment, and forming a business relationship with the UCP gvmt:

Did you know you may be eating 5 grams of microplastics each week? That's the same as eating an entire credit card every seven days. Plastics aren't just polluting our environment, they're polluting our bodies and putting us at higher risk for cancers.

Outgoing chief executive Iain Conn described the sector as being a “challenging environment” when the company unveiled its preliminary financial results for year ending 31 December 2019. Utility Week takes a look beyond the headline figures.

With 1,500 people moving there every week, #Orlando  features a competitive banking environment where opportunities are open for enterprising community banks. Read more ➡️ #communitybanks  #IndependentBanker 

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We're all about the women in science and the environment in this week's episode, talking: blindspots – biological and other – with @ziyatong ; reasons to #saywhytodrugs  with @soozaphone , and plastic pollution in our oceans with @plasticpieces .

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"Researchers need community because good ideas don’t just come from reading literature and thinking deep thoughts; it’s helpful to bounce ideas off others, particularly in a nonthreatening environment." This week's #SciMagWorkingLife .

"Researchers need community because good ideas don’t just come from reading literature and thinking deep thoughts; it’s helpful to bounce ideas off others, particularly in a nonthreatening environment." This week's #SciMagWorkingLife .

Ten yrs ago the noise & fumes of crackers would fill the Mumbai air a week before Diwali & for days thereafter. Today, on Diwali eve, I can’t hear the sound of a single cracker.Clearly, people(especially kids) are now respectful of the environment. Things DO change for the better

Bio-toilets are environment-friendly and restrict waste discharge onto the tracks, enhancing the overall travel experience of passengers. Last week 1,369 Bio-toilets were installed, raising the total number to 2,20,328 in 61,515 coaches.

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Vegan or not you can still help the environment. Buy local, support small businesses/organic farming, swap plastic for reusable materials, cut out meat/dairy once a week. Every little thing we do has some sort of impact - it’s beyond time to start acting like it #WorldVeganDay ?

After a key Everglades restoration project received full funding this week, Gov. Ron DeSantis thanked the Trump Administration for "proving their dedication to the people of Florida as we work to restore our water quality and protect our environment.”

Friday thought: a 4-day working week would be good for our health ❤️, gender equality ♀️, and the environment ?. What’s not to like? Life is just too short, and too important, to work all the time. Important and timely report by

It will be interesting to see if Theresa May is extensively and aggressively interrogated by #Marr  next week on her rampantly racist Conservative Party: the expulsion of Windrush Britons, the hostile environment, 'Go home' vans, immigrant-bashing, and endemic Islamophobia.

We in were the first UK political party to call for a 4-day working week. It would be good for our health ?, gender equality ♀️, and the environment ?. What’s not to like? Life is just too short, and too important, to work all the time.

Last week, the Trump Administration announced they were going to expand offshore drilling in a number of places, including our shoreline here in CA. This proposal only serves to line the pockets of oil companies, while endangering our public health and environment.

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