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Tetra Tech's 2020 Year in Review

Combining industry-leading technologies and in-depth operational knowledge to solve the world’s most challenging problems
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Tetra Tech’s 20,000 employees around the world positively impact our planet through their work on our projects and in our communities. Through our 2020 photo contest, our employees showcased our best projects, smartest technologies, office life, and the dedicated individuals who give back to the community.

Three Greenhouse Gas Management Trends to Watch in 2021

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This article is the first in a four-part “Sustainability Trends” series by the WSP USA Sustainability, Energy & Climate Change team.

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This article is the first in a four-part “Sustainability Trends” series by the WSP USA Sustainability, Energy & Climate Change team.

United Airlines Aims to Suck Carbon Dioxide From the Friendly Skies

The company becomes the first major U.S. carrier to try to remove the greenhouse gases it spews with every flight.
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United Airlines is investing in a venture that doesn’t make airplanes, transport passengers or ring up frequent-flier miles on the company’s credit cards. And even as it posts losses stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, United is providing millions of dollars to that venture, which has no direct ties to aviation and may not make any money.

It is backing carbon capture — the nascent technology designed to suck carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Our Kickoff to Year-Round Gardening

By Lindsay LaSala, Corporate and Foundation Communications Manager, ScottsMiracle-Gro
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In a year like no other, we saw a surge of gardeners––more than 25 million, to be exact––try their hand at gardening.

Whether growing their own food, caring for a houseplant on the window sill of a studio apartment, or completely transforming a backyard into an outdoor office or yoga studio, gardening offered a much needed escape and purpose for many Americans during a difficult year. 

EarthX to Launch Daily Environmental News from NowThis Earth to Inspire Environmental Awareness and Action

EarthX and NowThis Earth come together to spotlight environmental challenges and propose practical solutions through daily content
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On January 25, EarthX will begin streaming daily content from NowThis Earth focused on environmental issues and simple solutions to help the planet. Content will air on EarthxTV and will enrich EarthX’s youth offerings. The content offering will come in the form of daily news, as well as original explanatory programming like NowThis’ sustainability series One Small Step

Going Big: Now Is the Time for a Bold, Durable Strategy for Climate Protection

by Jim Fitterling, Dow Chairman and CEO
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Now is the time to do what is necessary.

As President Joe Biden took office yesterday, our nation faces critical and urgent issues: a global pandemic, extraordinary economic challenges and political unrest following the siege on the U.S. Capitol.

CGF Environmental Sustainability Newsletter - Q4 2020

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www.tcgffoodwaste.com | www.tcgfforestpositive.com | www.tcgfplasticwaste.com | In this video, hear from the CGF's Ignacio Gavilan as he gives updates from the CGF's Environmental Sustainability Coalitions of Action.

CGF Social Sustainability Newsletter - Q4 2020

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www.tcgfsocial.com | www.tcgfssci.com | In this video, hear from the CGF's Nadia Bunce provide updates on the Social Sustainability Coalitions from the CGF.

Fishing in a Wind Farm: How Fisheries and Wind Farms Co-exist

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How can fisheries and wind farms co-exist? Since the inauguration of Westermost Rough wind farm in 2015 Ørsted has been working closely with Holderness Fishing Industry Group in Bridlington, England, to investigate if there are any ecological effects on the crustacean habitat from the construction or operation of the wind farm. This film is a summary of the study and of our collaboration with the local fisheries.

How Will America's Environmental Initiatives Change Under President Biden?

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We’re coming off a year that was defined by transformative and disruptive change. Now there is plenty more on the horizon with a new presidential administration taking office here in 2021.

What should environment, health, safety, and sustainability professionals expect as America welcomes new leadership in the White House? Will the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris lead to increased federal emphasis on environmental initiatives? It seems very likely.

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