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Industrial Cleaning Market Poised to Grow to $61B in 4 Years

The industrial cleaning chemicals market is expected to reach US$61.6 billion by 2026, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.1% from $48.1 billion in 2021, according to a report from MarketsandMarketsTM.​

 

Defining Common Green And Sustainability Terms

Trends have a way of resurfacing — just look at mom jeans and fanny packs. Roughly every 20 years, what's old is new once again. But although many might wish these fashions of old stayed dead and buried, there are some trends that receive a welcomed resurrection.

 

After Cannabis Legalization, More THC Detected in Injured Drivers

Canadian drivers moderately injured in car accidents were more likely to have tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in their bloodstream after the nation legalized cannabis in late 2018, a study found.

 

Vitamin K2 Study Shows Improved Cardiovascular Health

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that has a significant influence on your health. Unfortunately, many people don't get enough vitamin K in their diet. Since your body stores very little, it is rapidly depleted without regular dietary intake. Data from Edith Cowan University showed people whose diet was high in vitamin K2 had a 34% lower risk of any atherosclerosis-related heart disease.

 

EPA to assess health impacts of leaded aircraft fuel

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will investigate the potential negative impacts on human health from the emissions of airplanes using leaded fuel, the agency announced Wednesday.

 

Transforming Farming With Farmer Led Experimentation

Agricultural scientists are changing the way they think about how and why they do field research. A recent article published in Nature Food suggests that a key motivation for this change is the mounting evidence highlighting the limits of conventional small plot research. Historically, conventional field research has lacked applicability at scale. Critics also suggest that research has been prone to generating information that is less actionable, and is structured so that recommendations tend to trickle down from inaccessible analyses and peer-reviewed publications.

 

Biden to detail ‘surge’ of military medical teams to hospitals in 6 states

A string of Republican leaders and lawmakers praised the Supreme Court’s Thursday decision to block the Biden administration’s vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers, even as public health experts argued that the ruling could lead to more infections, serious illness and deaths.

 

Thaw of permafrost has vast impact on built environment

Permafrost exists extensively in the Arctic region and in mountain ranges, in places such as the Tibetan plateau. Both the construction itself and the warming of the climate cause permafrost to thaw, which in turn threatens both existing infrastructure and future construction projects.

 

UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR ENERGY IMPEDES ENDANGERED FLORIDA PANTHERS

Florida, the “Sunshine State,” is rapidly increasing installation of utility-scale solar energy (USSE) facilities to combat carbon emissions and climate change. However, the expansion of renewable energy may come with environmental tradeoffs. Reducing the energy industry’s carbon footprint is impeding a large carnivore’s paw-print.

 

Why the Food Supply Chain Is Strained. Again.

Experts say farms are still producing enough food, but the Great Resignation and the omicron surge are leaving grocery store shelves around the country bare.

 
 
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