The Horinko Group has posted its latest headline from The Department of Agriculture’s recently issued news release titled: “USDA Seeks New Project Proposals to Improve Water Quality in Mississippi River Basin.” The USDA issued an RFP for new conservation project proposals as part of its Healthy Watersheds Initiative.
The Horinko Group has posted a new headline from the office of Senator Carl Levin (D-Mich) entitled “Senate Passes Levin’s Asian Carp Prevention and Control Act.”
The press release details how the Senate passed S. 1421, the and Control Act which would list the bighead carp as injurious under the Lacey Act. Species listed as injurious may not be imported or sold in interstate commerce if the species is alive. The Fish and Wildlife Service has already listed other varieties of Asian carp as injurious in an effort to minimize the risk of an intentional introduction of Asian carp. The House of Representatives must still pass this bill.
The Horinko Group’s latest headline comes from The National Academies Press. The Committee on Clean Water Act Implementation Across the Mississippi River Basin of the National Research Council has made available its report entitled “Improving Water Quality in the Mississippi River Basin and Northern Gulf of Mexico.”
The report offers strategic advice and priorities for addressing Mississippi River Basin and Northern Gulf of Mexico water quality management and improvements. Links to the full report, its abstract and a summary can be found on the National Academies Press' website.
The Horinko Group has posted a new headline about the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center entitled “Research center to be named for Costello.”
Here’s an excerpt from the article: “Dale Chapman, president of Lewis and Clark Community College, said that the college’s new river field station will be named The Jerry F. Costello National Great Rivers Research and Education Center Confluence Field Station. The board formally approved the decision several weeks ago.”
The Horinko Group has posted its latest headline from Jobs for the Future’s newsroom entitled “Initiative Will Put Americans Back to Work in Growing Clean Energy Sector.”
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The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and Jobs for the Future (JFF) have joined forces on a two-year project that will spur green jobs education, innovation and training at community colleges in the United States. The Greenforce Initiative™: Advancing Greener Careers and Campuses seeks to strengthen the capacity of community colleges in the United States to implement or refine high quality green career pathway programs while responding to immediate and long-term workforce needs in emerging green sectors.
The Horinko Group’s latest headline is from the June 16, 2010 issue of The New York Times. The article, “Chemical Security Advocates See New Opening to Rework Bush-Era Rules.” Marianne Horinko, President of The Horinko Group, is quoted as she discusses the importance of chemical security.
From the article
Former senior Bush EPA official Marianne Horinko, who helped craft the chemical security proposal that sparked BP's pushback in 2002, said Congress will "definitely revisit" chemical security as part of its search for a response to the Gulf oil spill crisis.
Marianne Horinko, President of The Horinko Group, was recently quoted in the New York Times June 14, 2010 issue. The article, entitled “As Mess Is Sent To Landfills, Officials Worry About Safety” discusses the impacts as the BP oil spill reaches land, and Marianne Horinko considers potential effects of dumping toxic debris into landfills.
Read the article on the NYTimes Website.