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Comprehensive air quality data from Hawa Dawa is now available on the HERE Marketplace
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Hawa Dawa data enables enterprises and developers to add eco-sensitivity to their applications Amsterdam and Munich – HERE Technologies, the location ...

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Green Room Air Conditioners launched on Government e-Marketplace (GeM) to mark the World Environment Day today – Kashmir Reader
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NEW DELHI: On the occasion of World Environment Day, a new product category of Green Room Air Conditioners was launched on the Government e-Marketplace ...

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Sri Lanka races to avoid environmental disaster after chemical container ship sinks
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Authorities in Sri Lanka were trying to head off a potential environmental disaster Thursday as a fire-damaged container ship that had been carrying ...

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Columbia Icefield tour bus company relaunches with seatbelts nearly a year after fatal Alberta crash
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Pursuit, the company behind the fatal bus rollover in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains last year, has resumed operations and installed seatbelts in its ...

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Manitoba proposes banning trophy walleye possession, introducing some year-round fishing by 2023
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Manitoba is proposing to make changes to fishing regulations, which would include banning anglers from keeping trophy walleye in the province. The ...

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Rallies protesting B.C. old-growth logging expected at offices of premier, attorney general
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Two rallies to protest old-growth logging in British Columbia are planned for Friday. Protesters are expected at the offices of B.C. Premier John ...

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Hot and humid forecast prompts special weather statement from Environment Canada
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Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement as forecasters are predicting potential record-setting heat Tuesday. The National Weather ...

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Leonardo DiCaprio makes $43M pledge to ‘rewild’ Galapagos Islands
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Superstar Leonardo DiCaprio has vowed to help restore the Galapagos Islands, promising US$43 million to boost the Ecuadorian ecosystem that has ...

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Lethbridge flood risk low so far this spring as city officials monitor drought risk
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The month of May is normally when the word “flood” starts creeping into the minds of those in southern Alberta, but this spring, the word “drought” ...

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Invasive mussels: B.C. reopens annual boat inspection stations
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British Columbia’s annual fight against invasive mussels renewed this week, with the opening of boat inspection stations across the province. The ...

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