Sunday, October 17, 2021

Yukon releases quartz mining guide to help protect water

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The Government of Yukon released guidelines to help the quartz mining industry address and reduce its impacts on water in the Yukon. “It is important...

Eleven interns graduate from drinking water internship program

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The Bimose Tribal Council in northwestern Ontario and Canadian charity Water First announced that 11 interns have graduated from their drinking water internship program...

Researcher investigating impact of plastic pollution on deep-sea organisms

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Plastic pollution is reaching the deepest depths of the ocean and the impact of these contaminants on marine life that live in these high-pressure...

Dawn Martin-Hill receives International Water Prize

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Dawn Martin-Hill, associate professor at McMaster University, has been named the 2022 University of Oklahoma International Water Prize recipient for her commitment to improving...

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Stormwater: Co-operative Stormwater Management Initiative (CSMI)

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The Co-operative Stormwater Management Initiative (CSMI) was recognized in the Stormwater category of the 2021 Water’s Next Awards.  Across a large tract of land spanning...

Researcher investigating impact of plastic pollution on deep-sea organisms

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Plastic pollution is reaching the deepest depths of the ocean and the impact of these contaminants on marine life that live in these high-pressure...

Dawn Martin-Hill receives International Water Prize

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Dawn Martin-Hill, associate professor at McMaster University, has been named the 2022 University of Oklahoma International Water Prize recipient for her commitment to improving...

More microplastics are entering the ocean from disposable masks: Research

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Zheng Wang and Chunjiang An from Concordia University are studying how environmental weathering deteriorates discarded disposable masks and pollutes our waterways. The enormous surge of...
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