The U.S. military, and the federal government in general, are increasingly taking measures to ensure a robust response whenever and wherever the call arises. That includes ensuring water and power supply resilience, safety system effectiveness, and infrastructure security, in spite of any natural hazard or man-made threats. In short, reducing vulnerabilities to these critical resources, as well as providing valuable training in relevant disciplines, helps keep America safe.
During the 2019 SAFETY4SEA London Forum, Mr. Christopher Saunders, Global Marine Process Manager, RightShip, explains how the industry must lead the sustainability charge and operate beyond compliance.
As May draws to a close, we take a look back at May’s biggest sustainability and energy stories. The round-up includes Theresa May’s resignation, Unilever’s black plastic strategy and all the key takeaways from edie Live 2019.
Join us on Friday, November 20th for the Cascadia Innovation Corridor’s next virtual forum, Sustainable Agri-foods and Agri-tech in Cascadia. The forum will explore COVID-19’s impact on supply chains for local producers, buyers, and our emergency food system and how the growing agri-tech sector is…
A new Grand Council Treaty 3 education program is taking on climate change with an action-based approach. Kiizhik School is one of 12 partner schools taking part in the Teaching Our Keepers program, a holistic and science-based education component that will teach Anishinaabe students about climate change, its effects on traditional ways of life and how to combat it.