Monthly Archives: September 2013

Murky Waters in Uzbek City

Residents of Angren, an industrial city in Uzbekistan, complain that the water supply is erratic and polluted. Water only comes out of the taps for a few hours a day, and even then it is often dirty and smells bad.Problems … Continue reading

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Allahabad high court seeks details of government’s

Taking cognizance of the prevailing dengue menace in the state capital, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court has directed the state government, the municipal commissioner and the chief medical officer to furnish the details of steps taken by … Continue reading

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RES’ Success with Protective Terrace Plantings

Resource Environmental Solutions and its wholly-owned Ecological Restoration Solutions team have demonstrated once again how focused growing and planting operations yield successful coastal restoration activities. During the Spring of 2013, the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District contracted with RES’ ERS … Continue reading

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Opec says crude market well supplied

Opec, the oil producers’ cartel, has said the market is “well supplied”, in its first public pronouncement since oil prices surged at the end of August.Brent crude hit a six-month high two weeks ago as Libyan exports slowed to a … Continue reading

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Will City Hall Torpedo the Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles is a major economic component of the Southern California economy, responsible, along with Port of Long Beach, for economic activity that supports over 900,000 jobs.  However, the Port has run into strong headwinds as the … Continue reading

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Leading effort for clean water in Africa

Retired librarian Mattie Kinard always had a desire to travel to Africa. Her wish became reality when she made her first trek across Ghana in 1997 with the National Association of Black Social Workers.Several visits later, while on a tour … Continue reading

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