BBC News reports “Can a simple idea help make the world a better place? Professor of landscape architecture, Martha Schwartz argues that we should all be shareholders of the world’s natural resources.”
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[SOURCE: BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | Preserving national resources]
Martha Grove of the LA Times reports that “The city is eager to complete Legacy Park, where storm water would be treated. But environmental groups say officials aren’t taking adequate steps to prevent sewage from leaching into the ocean.”
read the full article @ the SOURCE: Los Angeles Times – Surf, sewage form a combustible mix in Malibu
“They were driven to the edge of extinction by pollution, but now otters are staging a comeback that is seeing them even move into Britain’s towns and cities.”
Read the full article @ the SOURCE: Telegraph.co.uk – Urban otters join foxes and squirrels in Britain’s towns and cities
Korean Air Donates $160,000 to Mayor Villaraigosa’s Million Trees Los Angeles Initiative As Part of its 40th Anniversary Celebration and International Commitment to Reforestation and Tree Preservation
SOURCE: PRNewswire(Market Watch) – Korean Air Partners With Los Angeles to Plant and Care for Urban Trees
Edahiro is widely known in Japan as the translator of Al Gore’s book “An Inconvenient Truth,” but that’s just one tip of her professional iceberg.
Besides translation, Edahiro, 46, is perhaps Japan’s most dynamic and prolific environmental writer and speaker, and a valued adviser to top corporations, civic organizations, local and national bureaucrats and the prime minister. She is also Executive Director of Japan for Sustainability (JFS),
[SOURCE: Asia’s first lady of the environment – The Japan Times Online].
Appalachian State University reports
“Appalachian State University has received $500,000 from the North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund and $300,000 from the North Carolina Department of Transportation to continue restoration of Boone Creek that runs through part of campus.”
[SOURCE: $1 million Boone Creek restoration project begins in April 2009 » News Archive » Appalachian State University News]