$1 million Boone Creek restoration project begins in April 2009 – Appalachian State University News

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]

Stantec purchases Jacques Whitford

“North American design firm Stantec announced today it has offered to acquire Jacques Whitford, an environmental consulting services firm with more than 1,700 employees and 40 offices principally in Canada. The company’s trailing twelve month gross revenue is approximately C$230.0 million and net revenue is about C$170.0 million.

“Jacques Whitford is a leading provider of environmental management, remediation, and geotechnical engineering services and their addition will significantly strengthen our core capabilities in our Environment practice,” says Tony Franceschini, Stantec President & CEO.

[SOURCE Stantec]

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].

Design of new ballpark worries some

Omaha.com reports

“Some future neighbors of the north downtown ballpark are worried that it won’t have the ground-level retail as originally recommended.

Recent plans for the new No-Do stadium, which include less ground-level retail space than originally planned, have caused concerns among the complex’s future neighbors.”

[SOURCE: Omaha.com Money Section].

Beijing sets temperature limits in public buildings – People’s Daily Online

People’s Daily reports

“Recently, the Beijing Municipal Construction Committee, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning, and the Beijing Municipal Commission for Reform and Development have called for strengthening management on indoor temperature in Beijing’s public buildings. The indoor temperature in all public buildings that are using air conditioning systems or equipment for cooling or heating must not be lower than 26 Celsius(79) during summer and must not be higher than 20(68F) Celsius during winter.”

[SOURCE: Beijing sets temperature limits in public buildings - People's Daily Online].

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