Environmental в новостях
|environmental conditions||Условия окружающей среды|
|environmental factors||Факторы окружающей среды|
|environmental impact||Воздействие на окружающую среду|
|environmental issues||Экологические проблемы|
|environmental protection||Защита окружающей среды|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Drought ‘refuges’ protect young coho salmon from summer heat →
“A subset of the streams and pools were remarkably resilient to drought,” said Theodore Grantham, a cooperative extension specialist and adjunct professor of environmental science, policy and management at UC Berkeley.
· Shopping habits of generation Z could spell end of fast fashion →
The RSA’s calls follow similar requests from fashion bodies calling for social and environmental sustainability.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Adds Brazil to Travel Ban List →
Environmental health and rodent control programs may see an increase in service requests related to “unusual or aggressive” rodent behavior, the agency said on its website on Thursday.
· Japan insect enthusiast puts cricket ramen on the menu →
Environmental and agriculture experts have been trying to break down those barriers, promoting insects as an environmentally friendly rich source of minerals and protein.
The Japan Times
· Fading fossil fuel prices next big test for Russia’s battered economy →
“Nobody raises these questions with Putin, nobody can,” said Georgy Safonov, head of the Center for Environmental and Natural Resource Economics at Moscow’s Higher School of Economics.
· Sustainable Is Both Attainable And Explainable →
Investors are not only looking to hold companies with strong environmental, social and governance scores for their operational excellence and to potentially align their values with their investing goals, but there is also evidence that the trend to divest companies with large carbon footprints is also gaining momentum.
· One German church service resulted in dozens of coronavirus infections →
The risk of catching the coronavirus, simply put, “is breathing in everybody’s breath,” says Charles Haas, an environmental engineer at Drexel University.