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Particles Plus unveils Air Quality Monitors

by Particles Plus, Inc.  (Jul. 1, 2015)

Particles Plus unveiled its new Air Quality Monitors at the 2015 Indoor Environment & Energy Exposition. This line of innovative particle counters measures particle mass concentrations and total particle mass while monitoring and recording essential environmental conditions such as temperature, relative humidity, and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) or ...

Callitris tuberculata: the most drought-resistant tree in the world

by INRA - French National Institute of Agronomical Research  (Jun. 25, 2015)

In a context of climate change and forest fragility, an international consortium of scientists led by INRA1 have identified the world’s most drought-resistant tree species in the world. Results of the study, which appear in the June issue of Plant Physiology, were obtained using an instrumental analysis of the cavitation process, and provide ...

BREEZE AERMOD 7.9.2 Enhances the Productivity and Flexibility of the AERMOD Model

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants  (Jun. 23, 2015)

BREEZE Software, the market-leading provider of dispersion modeling software used by environmental professionals around the world, released a new version of its air dispersion modeling software, AERMOD. BREEZE AERMOD 7.9.2 integrates a number of key features focused on improved graphics capabilities and powerful productivity enhancements. With ...

India, China need cleaner air just to keep death rate steady

by Associated Press  (Jun. 16, 2015)

ever mind lowering the rate of death from air pollution in India and China. Just keeping those rates steady will demand urgent action to clear the skies, according to a report published Tuesday. The findings - gleaned from a new global model for how changes in outdoor air pollution could translate into changes in disease ...

EMIT 3.4 released

by Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC)  (Jun. 15, 2015)

A new version of EMIT is now available. EMIT is a simple, fast and comprehensive tool for compiling, editing and analysing emissions inventories. EMIT is invaluable in many situations, for example when carrying out emission calculations across large urban areas when dispersion modelling with ADMS-Urban, and when predicting the ...

InfoSWMM Now Supports EPA SWMM-CAT, Enabling Modeling of Future Climate Change Projections

by Innovyze  (Jun. 9, 2015)

In its ongoing quest to equip the water industry with the world’s most comprehensive and innovative smart network modeling and management solutions, Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that InfoSWMM (and ...

Atmosphere Pollutants: A new version of ADMS 5 (version 5.1) is now available

by Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC)  (Jun. 8, 2015)

ADMS 5 simulates a wide range of buoyant and passive releases of pollutants to the atmosphere, either individually or in combination. Applications include planning and permitting, stack height assessment, odour modelling, environmental impact assessments and safety planning. The new features in ADMS 5.1 include: ...

Doing nothing is not an option we can choose – Suncor Energy on Climate Change

by GLOBE Foundation  (May 22, 2015)

“Good morning everyone and welcome.It’s great to see so many familiar faces here. A special thanks to Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission and the Max Bell Foundation for their help in bringing us all together. I’m pleased to be part of the Ecofiscal Commission’s Advisory board – it’s focusing attention ...

Oil Prices and the New Climate Economy

by GLOBE Foundation  (May 8, 2015)

Historically unpredictable and changing oil prices are hurting the economy, but today’s cheap oil offers a unique opportunity to reduce our fossil fuel addiction and invest in more sustainable and predictable renewable energy sources – says a new report by Lord Nicholas Stern and colleagues in the New Climate Economy project. The ...

Call for climate sensors to gauge mountain warming risk

by SciDev.Net  (May 6, 2015)

Developing countries with mountainous areas need to improve their monitoring of local climate change and its impact on drinking water sources, a report warns. The ...

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