Why Scientists Worried About ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Drinking Water

As the green revolution gathers pace, many of us have become more aware of environmental issues and the effects of heavy industry on the natural places around us. As part of this growing awareness, homeowners and experts are paying more attention to the quality of our drinking water. Recently there …

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Sri Lanka to stop building coal-fired power plants and aims to be net zero emitter by 2050

COLOMBO, Sept. 24 (Reuters) – Sri Lanka will stop building new coal-fired power plants and reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said in a speech to the International Forum on Friday. United Nations energy. Sri Lanka has set a target of reaching 70% of all its …

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Marvel at the colorful fall foliage of NJ at these spectacular locations

New Jersey can be known as the Garden State for its bounty of fruits, vegetables and greens. However, don’t forget about the fall foliage. It’s about to dazzle Leaf watchers across the state. Admire the foliage the way you want. Look around your garden and you will likely see an …

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New Jersey’s all-new interactive dining experience

New Jersey will soon be home to a new concept of dining and entertainment called 1776 by David Burke. Starting in October, New Jersey residents will be able to dine at 1776 and enjoy a game of Topgolf at the same time. The restaurant plans to have “Swing Suites”, which …

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Fertilizer runoff in Illinois still on the rise, despite a program designed to slow it

When it rains on a farm in central Illinois, the water flowing into the area’s streams and rivers carries excess nutrients from the fertilizers with it. These nutrients eventually flow into the Mississippi River and ultimately into the Gulf of Mexico. And while you can’t see them with the naked …

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“We’re like Mork and Mindy! »Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, strange music couple | Pop and rock

More than half a century after arriving to perform his first show in the United States with Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant was in the strange position of having to explain himself to the authorities. “I had to prove that I was helping to improve the American system in some way …

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International Potash Institute hosts webinar on managing potassium to improve yield and quality of BT cotton in Saurashtra region

Dr Adi Parelman, IPI Coordinator, India & Dr HL Sakarvadia, Assistant Professor, Junagarh Agricultural University International Potash Institute (IPI), conducted a Facebook live on Krishi Jagran’s FB page on the “Management of potassium to maximize the yield and quality of Bt cotton specifically in the Saurashtra region of India”. This …

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Heavy rains fill Auckland dams, but sprinkler ban remains in place

Auckland’s dams are now 83% full, a jump from 61% a month ago. Photo / File There are no plans at this point to lift Auckland’s water restrictions on the use of sprinklers to water the garden, despite heavy rains that filled the city’s dams last month. Watercare chief operating …

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Prince Harry’s briefcase presents the cutest nod to Son Archie

Prince harry is nothing if not a proud “daddy”. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left their California home for a visit to New York on September 23, marking the couple’s first public event together since welcoming their daughter Lilibet in June. However, Harry made sure to keep his son …

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What is the quality of drinking water in Montreal?

As a historic city, Montreal is home to some of the most picturesque streets and urban architecture in the country. But all of this history suggests that there may be aging infrastructure behind these pretty facades. So how does the city’s drinking water compare to other parts of Canada, in …

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