Nokia Loves Earth encourages people to go green by recycling unused mobile phones and accessories across Thailand. – Nationmultimedia.com

Nationmultimedia.com reports

“Nokia has joined Central Group, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Playhound, recycling company TES-AMM and the Thai Association of Landscape Architects (TALA) to launch the “Nokia Loves Earth” campaign to raise awareness about phone recycling.”

[SOURCE: Nokia Loves Earth encourages people to go green by recycling unused mobile phones and accessories across Thailand. - Nationmultimedia.com].

Lantau North Country Park opens (hong kong)

Two-thousand hikers helped Secretary for the Environment Edward Yau open Hong Kong’s 24th country park on Lantau Island today.

The Lantau North (Extension) Country Park adds another 2,360 hectares to Hong Kong’s country park area. It brings Lantau Island’s total country park area to 10,000 hectares, or 70% of the island.

SOURCE: news.gov.hk – Lantau North Country Park opens.

Initiative will educate public about Abu Dhabi’s development – The National Newspaper

National Newspaper reports that

“Planners, architects and the public will be taught the philosophy behind the Abu Dhabi 2030 Plan, the framework for the city’s future development, under an Urban Planning Council (UPC) initiative announced yesterday.

Estidama Community Sustainable Responsibility 2030 (ECSR 2030), will deal with four main elements: environment, economic, social and cultural elements.”

[SOURCE: The National Newspaper – Initiative will educate public about Abu Dhabi’s development - The National Newspaper].

Calif. cities consider green alternatives to lawns

Calif. cities consider green alternatives to lawns as they balance a maintaining a green lawn with dwindling water supplies.

Read more @ the SOURCE: The Associated Press: Calif. cities consider green alternatives to lawns.

Urban Trees Enhance Water Infiltration-newswire.com

Newswire reports

“Global land use patterns and increasing pressures on water resources demand creative urban stormwater management.

A group of researchers from Virginia Tech, Cornell, and University of California at Davis have been investigating innovative ways to maximize the potential of trees to address stormwater.

Virginia Tech scientists used two container experiments to establish that urban tree roots have the potential to penetrate compacted subsoils and increase infiltration rates in reservoirs being used to store stormwater.”

SOURCE:Newswise Science News | Urban Trees Enhance Water Infiltration.

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