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Purpose: This award recognizes outstanding achievement in chemistry education through the motivation, stimulation, and encouragement of an awareness and understanding of chemistry.
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We support ways to make it easier to get local, sustainably produced food from our farms to the markets closest to where it's grown, and to better connect food producers and consumers.
The Solar Bankability Data to Advance Transactions and Access (SB-DATA) funding program targets soft cost reduction by increasing data accessibility and quality. It will facilitate the growth and expansion of the solar industry by creating a standardized data landscape for distributed solar.
Letters of Intent must be received no later than January 15, 2016. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit full applications by June 1, 2016.
Sound conservation policies and strong, effective laws are essential for the protection of biodiversity, connectivity and wilderness. At the federal, state and provincial levels, strong policies and laws have been the basis for protecting critical wildlife habitat, preventing habitat fragmentation, delaying or averting reckless resource extraction, and otherwise preserving our natural ...
Applicant should have a Bachelors Degree in Environmental and Marine Sciences or related fields.
The Moyer Program was the result of the effort in 1998 to pass AB 1368 (Villaraigosa) and SB 1857 (Brulte), which was passed but was then vetoed by Governor Wilson. The legislation provided incentives for operators of heavy-duty on- and off-road vehicles and equipment to purchase new low-emission vehicles and retrofit existing vehicles with low-emission technologies.
The northern section of the Great African Rift Valley is the fertile connecting point of the Mediterranean, African and Western Asian biogeographic regions and civilizations. Montane forests here support Eurasian butterflies; farmers grow unique barleys; and ancient caravan routes connect peoples and famous markets governed by traditional systems.
Mercury is one of the most toxic and persistent heavy metal pollutants known, yet it is used in myriad products and production processes. Garfield Foundation grants focus on comprehensive source reduction to end the intentional use of mercury, eliminating exposure to and toxicity resulting from mercury pollution.
Projects supported under the Mercury Source Reduction grants ...
Honors an individual who has exemplified strong, sustained leadership in finding a balance between the human use of the coast and ocean and the needs of that environment.
The purpose of these grants is to provide financial support for qualified, professional journalists, in order to allow them to report on important topics that they may not otherwise be able to cover. At the discretion of the selection committee, up to eight awards may be granted.
Grants may be given for the full amount requested, or may be given for a percentage of the full amount.
Section 510 of the Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act, Act 108 of 1988 (HSCA), authorizes DEP to issue Host Municipality Technical Evaluation Grants. A HSCA Host Municipality Technical Evaluation Grant provides funds for conducting an independent technical evaluation of a proposed remedial response at a HSCA site.
We will achieve these goals by breaking barriers that are currently slowing the field and catalyzing new science through changes in paradigms and advances in technology.
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We seek to increase the efficiency of new and existing buildings, as well as the appliances that go in them. We provide support and leadership to a growing network of advocates dedicated to making our daily lives more efficient and affordable.