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  • Paris Agreement Signed at UN Headquarters

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the participation by so many countries, including the United States, leaves "no doubt" that the international community is determined to take climate action.

  • American College of Physicians Calls for Global Climate Action

    "The American College of Physicians urges physicians to help combat climate change by advocating for effective climate change adaptation and mitigation policies, helping to advance a low-carbon health care sector, and by educating communities about potential health dangers posed by climate change," said ACP President Dr. Wayne J. Riley

  • EPA Awards Grant to Central States Air Resource Agencies Association

    Nine states in the central United States will work on issues related to air pollution moving between states and provide lower-cost training for states' staffers.

  • How Thermal Oxidation Can Increase the Sustainability of a Chemical Plant

    For this manufacturer of organic chemicals operating many smaller processes, a single centralized thermal oxidizer system was the most cost-effective path to expand production while meeting new emission controls requirements.

  • Cross-Border Truck Convoy Ready to Roll

    The challenge is also backed by ACEA, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association, with hopes to accelerate the development of convoy-driving corridors in Europe and pave the way for EU legislative changes.

  • Data Center EH&S 101

    Stakeholders' concerns range from asbestos and lead-based paint typically found in older and/or legacy data centers to fire-resistant clothing, contractor and construction management, elevated work such as portable and fixed ladders, and rooftop maintenance.


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