Mothers who live in neighborhoods with plenty of grass, trees or other green vegetation are more likely to deliver at full term and their babies are born at higher weights, compared to mothers who live in urban areas that aren’t as green, a new study shows.
In what has become much more than a tradition, the annual event celebrates the college’s extraordinary students and those who support them in a meaningful way.
Handling frozen fish caused nearly half of all injuries aboard commercial freezer-trawlers and about a quarter of the injuries on freezer-longliner vessels operating off the coast of Alaska, new research from Oregon State University shows.
Researchers hope to provide convincing evidence to promote a resurgence of Native foods and a healthier lifestyle.
Anna Harding has concerns about environmental exposures to indigenous populations, and those have led her to become an advocate for extra protection for tribes, working with federal agencies to clean up sites and protect tribal lands.
“It’s great to be ‘Green’, but I think that term means too many things to too many people. In some places it’s downright derogatory,” says Dustin who was recently named environmental sustainability coordinator for the City of Sunnyvale.