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Earth’s Hottest September on Record

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    The September 2020 globally averaged temperature departure from average over land and ocean surfaces was the highest for that month in the 141-year NOAA global temperature dataset record, which dates back to 1880. In simpler terms, scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), are saying that unprecedented heat around the world vaulted the ninth month of…

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How Hummingbirds Survive Winter

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  By Laura Ceville As the days grow shorter and cooler, I have pondered whether or not it is time to take down our hummingbird feeder. As far as timing, I know that some hummingbirds start migrating as early as mid-July and others wait until August or September. But I wonder if these tiny, energetic birds have all left for…

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The Home Depot Mobilizes to Support Communities Facing Hurricane Laura

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As Hurricane Laura marches toward the Gulf Coast, The Home Depot® will activate its Hurricane Command Center to support communities preparing for the storm. This year, the Hurricane Command Center will be virtual to prioritize safety and social distancing. More than 250 associates from the company’s merchandising, operations and supply chain teams are working around the clock to move truckloads…

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Toyota’s Environmental Commitment Shines Bright

Toyota’s Environmental Commitment Shines Bright

  $9.3 million solar energy investment to help power manufacturing operations in Alabama, Missouri and West Virginia Plano, TX (Aug. 11, 2020) – Toyota is adding 10.8 acres of new solar arrays across the company’s plants in Alabama, Missouri and West Virginia, reducing its reliance on outside energy needed for operations. The solar arrays will offset 6,480,000 kWh energy –…

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Rahua® by Amazon Beauty Introduces GREEN UTOPIA

In celebration of Earth month, Rahua® by Amazon Beauty® Inc. is pleased introduce a meaningful and magical story, entitled GREEN UTOPIA, of how two women of different cultures unite for the better good of our planet. The two characters, Alice and Nina, come from two different worlds – one from modern, commercialized New York City and the other, the depth…

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Introducing Healthy Vertical Farming

Agricultural innovations are essential for feeding our ever-growing global population. Especially these days, as industrialization and global warming continue to negatively affect soil fertility and reduce the amount of arable land. According to the United Nations, the world’s population is set to reach 9.8 billion by 2050. Such a large population would require approximately 1.7 times more food than is…

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