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‘Your Carbon Footprint’ event to be held in Cartersville July 11

Special to SEGAZINE

Ed Bostwick, a retired biology and geology professor at Kennesaw State University, will share his research concerning personal stewardship of the Earth, dwindling fossil fuel reserves, climate change and what individuals can do to reverse current trends.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

 Lead still a problem for North Georgia children
Lead exposure can reduce blood flow and nerve function and cause kidney failure. Long-term exposure can reduce IQ and even shrink the brain and cause a host of personality programs.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

Farmers worried that heavy rains could lead to more disease and insect problems
ccording to the Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network, Tifton received 39.27 inches of rain from Jan. 1 through Wednesday.
Source: Albany Herald/Sunday

South Albany neighborhood victim of new tire dump
Hundreds of dumped tires were removed last year along the Flint River, but now another pile has emerged.
Source: Albany Herald/Sunday

State implements ‘sped-up’ environmental permits
Responding to requirements in a new state law, the state Environmental Protection Division will charge those seeking air quality permits a fee ranging from $1,000 to $40,000, depending on the complexity of the project. In return, regulators will conduct a quicker review of those requests.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance works to save imperiled plants
31 agencies, private companies and other organizations are part of the alliance.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

State report blames nature for uranium in Juliette wells, not Plant Scherer
The Department of Public Health report says wells around Juliette are more likely to have high levels of uranium than the rest of the state, and the highest levels found anywhere in Georgia have been found in Juliette.
Source: Macon Telegraph

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