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The taxi service has assured me that they have 10 cars and 2 vans, so transportation should not be an issue. You may also make reservations directly with the hotel. If you prefer, you can make your own reservations directly with the hotel; just note that the hotel will sell out for the festival so don't delay in making reservations. There is a cancellation window up to Monday, February Before Joe Duff became involved in conservation, he was a commercial photographer.

Lead pilot and co-founder of Operation Migration, Joe accumulated more hours in flight alongside more species of birds than any other person.

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As a brand new Parks Canada employee in , Natalie had the privilege of accompanying renowned Canadian Wildlife Service scientist Ernie Kuyt on a Whooping Crane survey which in those days consisted of dizzying swoops in a small plane, using binoculars to try and identify leg band colors. If the Chamber cannot switch the time of her presentation to Friday, she will speak on Saturday at p.

There are other whooper tours on Friday morning at a. We should have a final schedule from the Chamber by Tuesday, January In the meantime, feel free to go ahead and sign up for any additional activities or tours that you want. Although the highlight of the weekend is the boat trip to see the whoopers pm p.

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Saturday afternoon , there are many other activities associated with the festival. Feel free to plan your own itinerary. If not, go online and book your room directly with Plantation Suites. Remember that there is a cancellation window up to Monday, February This is required for anyone entering the festival grounds and it is also helping them recover from Hurricane Harvey. Note: there are only 57 tickets left for this trip and they will sell out fast.

The mayor said his community took a blow "right on the nose" that left "widespread devastation," including heavy damage to homes, businesses and schools. Some structures were destroyed. The entire Texas coast region and parts of middle Texas were bracing for even more rain. Forecasters said an additional 15 to 25 inches could fall on the upper Texas coast, including the Houston area, through Friday.

The National Hurricane Center warned of "catastrophic flooding," and in Houston police said they rescued more than 1, people as of Sunday afternoon. In inland Victoria, north of Port Aransas and Rockport, buildings were damaged and trees fell on homes. One minute you don't know if you're going to live through it or your house is going to fall on you or whatever," Victoria resident Roger Saski said Sunday. Debate Headquarters U. Although the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality have fined Formosa repeatedly for various air- and water-quality violations, the nurdles continue to wash into the creek.

Cotton, sugar, and indigo plantations once lined the river; more recently, lifetime resident Sharon Lavigne remembers , her grandfather caught shrimp in the Mississippi River and picked figs and pecans from the trees in their yard. Now, St. James residents, Lavigne can list a number of friends and relatives who have died from cancer or been sickened by respiratory conditions.

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At first, it consisted of 10 people meeting at her house. Portland Citizens United.

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For a long time, communities like St. James and people like Diane Wilson fought lonely battles against the petrochemical industry. The Break Free From Plastic movement, a coalition of more than 1, organizations, is working to connect these various localized struggles, from communities in West Texas impacted by fracking to neighborhoods in the Philippines that are awash in plastic trash. Solar panels, wind turbines, and electric vehicles all use plastic components, he continued. The plastic products that account for the bulk of rising demand in developing countries, however, are not life-saving medical devices or specialized vehicle components.

Now, according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation , about a third of packaging ends up as trash.

It is what happens after people use them. In some places, waste and recycling infrastructure is inadequate….

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As a producer of petrochemicals and plastic resin, we cannot directly control the amount of plastic waste that gets into [the] environment. Marcus Eriksen of the 5 Gyres Institute said that many of the solutions put forward by the industry require costly technology that will take years—if not decades—to scale. The circular model depends on improving the economics and technology of recycling and on fundamentally redesigning materials to replace single-use plastics with biodegradable or recyclable alternatives.

A true circular model also requires reducing and eventually eliminating the amount of plastics created from fossil fuels—by developing alternative feedstocks from renewable sources, and by supplanting virgin feedstocks with recycled content. For oil giants like Exxon and Shell, plastics and other chemicals represent an increasingly significant source of profit—one that a circular-economy approach would threaten. The billions invested in new petrochemical infrastructure and local markets for ethane could help keep shale drillers—many of whom have been bleeding money—afloat.

Flames shot feet into the air, destroying a house and sending several families scrambling to evacuate. Driving down the interstate days later, Baumgardner could make out a patch of scorched earth where the gas had burned itself out. Eliminating the ordinance eased the way for the Falcon Pipeline, a mile project that will carry ethane from the Marcellus Shale to a new cracker being built by Shell on the banks of the Ohio River in Beaver County.

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A Thai company has proposed a cracker farther down the Ohio River in Belmont County, Ohio, and the industry and its political allies want to build a massive storage hub to hold as much as million barrels of ethane and other natural-gas liquids beneath West Virginia, and possibly Pennsylvania and Ohio as well. Shell promised to clean up the site and pledged hundreds of thousands of dollars for local historic-preservation projects.

Pennsylvania has a long history of damage related to extractive industries, from the Donora smog of , when a poisonous air inversion killed 20 people and sent some 6, others to the hospital, to the fragmented disasters of fracking: toxic-waste ponds, ruined property values, lingering illnesses. Skip to content By using this website, you consent to our use of cookies.

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Log In. Forgot Your Password? New to The Nation? Subscribe Print subscriber? Activate your online access. Losing habitat: The planned Exxon expansion will threaten the habitat of whooping cranes, like these near the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Texas.