IREC and ECA Announce First Energy Efficiency Instructor Certifications
IREC and the Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia, Inc. (ECA) announce today that three instructors at ECA are the first energy efficiency instructors to be awarded IREC certifications.
Dawn Moody and Paul Ricker were awarded Affiliated Master Trainer Certification and David Dennis was...
Må utrede miljøkonsekvenser ved flere utbyggingsalternativer
Klif forventer at Statoil i konsekvensutredningen for utbygging av Johan Castberg-feltet i Barentshavet (tidligere Skrugard) vurderer miljøvirkninger av alternative utbyggingsløsninger. Vi mener det er uheldig at beslutning om utbyggingsløsning tilsynelatende er tatt før konsekvensutredningen foreligger og er behandlet.
Bli med på miljøets dag 5. juni
På verdens miljøverndag onsdag 5. juni tar vi temperaturen på miljøets tilstand, i Norge og globalt. Miljøvernforvaltningen inviterer til diskusjon om grønne veivalg på Litteraturhuset i Oslo klokka 13-15.
Ambassador to West Africa
“Our driftnets don't produce discards." "We don’t have illegal fishing - it’s illegal.” “Your methods are correct, but your results don’t make sense.” “Don’t tell them we fish in their waters, they will deny us access.” These were some of the amazing comments I heard during my short visit to seven West African countries earlier this year as part of the “Sea Around Us Project and PRCM: Marine Conservation Research, Collaboration and Support in West Africa.”
Blue whale protection may need to increase
The protection afforded to blue whales in New Zealand waters may need to be increased, now a study has found they may be more regular visitors to the South Taranaki Bight than previously thought.
Scientists explore roots of future tropical rainfall
(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) How will rainfall patterns across the tropical Indian and Pacific regions change in a future warming world? Climate models generally suggest that the tropics as a whole will get wetter, but the models don't always agree on where rainfall patterns will shift in particular regions within the tropics.
Sea level influenced tropical climate during the last ice age
The Indo-Pacific warm pool was much dryer during the last ice age than today, because lower sea level exposed the Sunda Shelf. The large landmass, in place of the warm ocean, altered the atmospheric circulation, shifting convection further west into the Indian Ocean.