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Nantong enterprise builds China's largest FLNG facility

China Daily 02 Feb 2023
Nantong Wison Marine Engineering Co Ltd in Nantong Economic and Technological ... Nantong deputy mayor Ling Yi said at the launch ceremony that he hopes Eni will strengthen cooperation with the city's marine engineering enterprises in developing natural gas resources. .
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Thai government turns its sights on illegal coral trade

Mongabay 01 Feb 2023
Officers from the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Division of the Royal Thai Police and the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources discovered the shop was breeding coral and selling it on Facebook for as little as $4 to $20 apiece and selling giant clams for a little more than $10.
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Column: We need tree scholars

The Post and Courier 01 Feb 2023
Tell them how the fund and its partnership with DNR benefit South Carolina’s wildlife, marine, and other natural resources ... The Fund’s scholarship program helps students further their education in a natural resources discipline such as wildlife biology, fisheries biology, forestry, marine science or environmental science to qualify.
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We need more Tree Scholars now

The Darlington News & Press 01 Feb 2023
Tell them how the Fund and its partnership with DNR benefit South Carolina’s wildlife, marine, and other natural resources ... The Fund’s scholarship program helps students further their education in a natural resources discipline such as wildlife biology, fisheries biology, forestry, marine science or environmental science to qualify.
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We Need Tree Scholars

The Post and Courier 01 Feb 2023
Tell them how the Fund and its partnership with DNR benefit South Carolina’s wildlife, marine, and other natural resources ... The Fund’s scholarship program helps students further their education in a natural resources discipline such as wildlife biology, fisheries biology, forestry, marine science or environmental science to qualify.
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Ghana should do more to brighten prospects of fishing industry – Prof Akpalu

Joy Online 01 Feb 2023
Director of the Environment and Natural Resource Research Initiative (ENRRI-EfD Ghana), Professor William Akpalu has advocated for proactive measures to enhance the prospects of Ghana’s fishing industry ... He said this is necessary to check over-exploitation of the fish resources while improving the stock for the benefit of the nation.
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Washington Trust Announces Funding Support for Northeast's Renewable Energy Projects

Victoria Advocate 01 Feb 2023
Rhode Island community bank awards loan to WindServe Marine for offshore wind development along Eastern Seaboard... "Rhode Island's official nickname is the 'Ocean State' and many residents work directly within the 'Blue Economy,' which aims to conserve marine and freshwater resources while also developing economic growth.
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Genasys Inc. Announces New and Follow-OnPublic Safety Emergency Warning Systems Orders

Eagle-Tribune 01 Feb 2023
... Marin Fire Protection District (SMFD) totaling $900,000 ... This follow-on order and recent implementation of our Zonehaven omni-hazard public safety resources furthers Marin County’s leadership in better protecting residents and visitors during disasters and other dangerous events.
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U.S. Peace Corps volunteers return to Philippines

Sun Star 01 Feb 2023
... schools, serving as youth development facilitators in Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-accredited organizations and residential shelters, and supporting local governments in establishing marine protected areas and implementing coastal resource management plans.
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Japan eyes EEZ to build more offshore wind power farms

Asahi News 01 Feb 2023
The government is considering enacting legislation to allow offshore wind farms to be built in Japan’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) ... The panel concluded on Jan ... The EEZ stretches no more than 200 nautical miles from the territorial sea baseline. Japan has marine products and mineral resources in the country’s EEZ under its control ... .
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US Peace Corps volunteers return to help

The Manila Times 01 Feb 2023
The US Peace Corps' work is in the sectors of education, youth development and coastal resource ... The American volunteers, who arrived on January 30, will also support local governments in establishing marine protected areas and implementing coastal resource management plans.
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Marine Corps policy update extends parental leave to 3 months

The Lawton Constitution 31 Jan 2023
“This action strikes the right balance of allowing our Marines more time at home after the arrival of a child and improved resources to care for their families, while at the same time providing our commanders the flexibility required to maintain readiness and accomplish the ...
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US Peace Corps volunteers arrive in PH

The Philadelphia Inquirer 31 Jan 2023
... organizations, and supporting local governments in establishing marine protected areas and implementing coastal resource m...
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Judge lifts West Hawaii aquarium fishing injunction

West Hawaii Today 31 Jan 2023
The EIS was deemed statutorily approved because the Board of Land and Natural Resources, the approving agency, did not make a determination within the 30 days allotted by law ... “More than just damaging our public trust marine resources, the aquarium trade targets many fish that have special significance as subsistence and cultural resources.
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McDermott and Eunice Energy Group to Collaborate on Greece-Africa Power Interconnection

The Facts 31 Jan 2023
... from Russia's energy resources." ... Operating in over 54 countries, McDermott's locally-focused and globally-integrated resources include more than 30,000 employees, a diversified fleet of specialty marine construction vessels and fabrication facilities around the world.

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