A Guide To Core Aspects Of Online Money

Futures commission merchants (FCMs) and quite often all the Introducing Brokers (IBs) are noticed presenting rewards and prizes to business, within a go on bid to make sure you draw much more customer...

DOD Funds Study of Omega 3 Benefit in Reducing Suicides

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 2012 – The Defense Department is funding a new study to determine if something as simple as drinking smoothies with high concentrations of the fatty acids found in fish oils can...

DOD Develops Energy Strategy for Future Force

WASHINGTON, Oct. 17, 2012 – The Defense Department is developing an energy strategy that will carry it forward for decades, Sharon E. Burke, assistant secretary of defense for operational energy pla...

Ham Closes Southern Accord Praising U.S.-Botswana Partnership

Botswana, Aug. 16, 2012 . The commander of U.S. Africa Command closed one of the largest joint exercises ever conducted on the African continent here today, praising the Botswanan military as a capabl...

Pentagon Reaches Out to Food Services to Promote Nutrition

WASHINGTON, July 17, 2012 – Military food and beverage workers who gathered in San Antonio today for an annual training workshop were met with an appeal from a senior Defense Department official: he...

New Malaria Task Forces Will Address Top Africa Killer

STUTTGART, Germany, June 13, 2012 – Two new task forces being stood up by U.S. Africa Command have set their sights on one of the biggest killers on the continent: the mosquito. Malaria – that sam...

C-130s Aid Wildfire Suppression Efforts

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo., Sept. 14, 2011 – Six Department of Defense C-130 Hercules aircraft under the command and control of U.S. Northern Command continue to aid efforts to control wildfires...

DOD Announces Renewable Energy Project Review Results

The Department of Defense announced today that a comprehensive review of 249 renewable energy projects proposed in 35 states and Puerto Rico found that 229 have little or no impact on military mission...

Department Recognizes Environmental Stewards

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2011 – The Defense Department today recognized its best stewards of the nation’s natural and cultural resources at a Pentagon ceremony marking the 2011 Secretary of Defense Env...

DOD Teachers Take on Mission in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 2011 – Judy Ryan has taught English as a second language in five countries over the past 15 years, but this is her first year teaching in a war zone. Thomas Wiglesworth, a teach...

EU Greenhouse Gases in 2011: More Countries on Track to Meet Kyoto Targets, Emissions Fall 2.5%

Emissions of greenhouse gases in the European Union (EU) fell on average by 2.5% from 2010 to 2011, although several countries increased emissions. Almost all European countries are individually on tr...

Large-Scale Production of Biofuels Made From Algae Poses Sustainability Concerns

WASHINGTON – Scaling up the production of biofuels made from algae to meet at least 5 percent – approximately 39 billion liters – of U.S. transportation fuel needs would place unsustainable dema...

Leading Consumer Group Files Official Comments with USGBC Objecting to LEED’s Forest Certification Monopoly

Filing cites new report revealing increased consumer costs, billions of losses to U.S. timber industry and poor environmental performance. WASHINGTON, Oct. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – Leading...

Malaria Transmission Peaks at Much Cooler Temperatures than Previously Predicted

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The most deadly type of malaria in humans and the one most prevalent in Africa is one that is very sensitive to climate. Previously published scientific studies put the optim...

Land Trust Community to Benefit From Wetland and Stream Mitigation Guide

Washington, D.C. – A handbook jointly issued today by the Environmental Law Institute and the Land Trust Alliance provides the land trust community and others with the tools necessary to understand ...

New Research Links Health Problems with Oil and Natural Gas Development

Largest-ever survey of Marcellus Shale residents living near gas facilities reveals pattern of health symptoms associated with oil and gas development Contacts: Nadia Steinzor, 315-677-4111, nsteinzor...

United States and Canada Sign Amended Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson and Canada’s Minister of the Environment Peter Kent today signed the newly amended Great Lakes Water Quality A...

EPA Awards $15 Million to Assist U.S. Small Drinking Water and Wastewater Systems

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded nearly $15 million in funding to provide training and technical assistance to small drinking and wastewater systems – those servin...

EPA Opens Registration for Campus RainWorks Design Challenge Competition

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has opened registration for student teams from colleges and universities across the country to participate in its new design competition, ...

USGS Climate Science at ESA – Species, Ecosystems, and Fire

About 4,000 people are expected to attend the annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Portland, Ore., Aug. 5-10. The theme of this year’s conference is “Life on Earth: Preserving, U...

Students’ Robot Submarines Enter the Ring in Gladiator-Themed Competition

July 19, 2012, Thirty-two teams of high school and college engineering students are putting underwater robots through their paces in gladiator-themed missions at the 15th annual RoboSub Competition, J...

Outrage as World Bank Funds Power Lines Linked to Controversial Dam

Human rights organizations, including Survival International and Human Rights Watch, have fiercely criticized a decision by the World Bank to fund power lines in Ethiopia linked to the controversial G...

Face of Defense: Mine Detection Dogs Clear Afghan Roads

PAKTIKA PROVINCE, Afghanistan, July 13, 2012 – Army Staff Sgt. Andrew Black moved back toward the mine clearance vehicle to watch from a safe distance as a team traced the wire of a suspected improv...

Obama Administration Releases Report on Progress and Next Steps in Restoring the Everglades

Over $1.5 Billion Invested in the Everglades Since 2009; USDA To Fund Fourth Year of Easements for Water Quality, Wildlife Habitat Improvements in the Northern Everglades Watershed KISSIMMEE, FL., Jul...

Study: Indians Lag Behind Peers in Tests

Test scores of American Indian students nationwide still lag significantly behind their peers of other races, according to a recent study that focused on the academic progress of indigenous peoples. A...

Overcoming Pride to Prevent Suicide

2/7/2012 – VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFNS) – As my office has just completed a resiliency stand-down day, I am struck by the increasing numbers of suicides in the Air Force every year. Th...

USDA Tribal Scholars Program

About the 1994 Tribal Scholars Program The Office of USDA/1994 Programs was established to develop policy guidelines and procedures; coordinate and oversee further participation in the Department’s ...

‘Beyond the Horizons’ Clinic Fosters Health, Goodwill

POCOLA, Guatemala, June 28, 2012 – Thousands of local residents in this remote mountain village are getting what for many is one of their first experiences seeing a doctor, nurse or dentist during a...

Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Fields: Effects on Human Health:

June 2012, For more than 50 years, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has been studying and treating the effects of the environment on human health. In the last 20 years, AAEM physi...

Radiation Risk to Humans Differs Between GSM and CDMA Cell Phone Technology

Jan. 6, 2011, The Council of Europe’s recent resolution on the need to reduce exposures to electromagnetic fields focused on cell phones with “continuous pulse waves”, the kind emitted by GSM ph...
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