B.C. residents recognized for helping to save Barrowtown pump station during floods

Four Abbotsford-area neighbours are being recognized for their early work helping to save the Barrowtown pump station after it was nearly swamped by floodwaters during November’s storms in B.C. The city’s mayor says the group helped the area avoid ‘disaster.’

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Greenberg Traurig’s Brandilyn Y. Dumas Recognized on Crain’s New York 2022 Notable Women in Law List

Brandilyn Y. Dumas, a real estate shareholder in global law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP’s New York office, has been recognized on Crain’s New York “2022 Notable Women in Law” list.

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Kenneth L. Davis, MD, CEO of Mount Sinai Health System, Recognized as One of the “100 Most Influential People” by Modern Healthcare

Mount Sinai Health System is proud to announce that Kenneth L. Davis, MD, its Chief Executive Officer, was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare” for 2021.

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Scotland’s peat bogs recognized for their vital role in storing carbon

Peat bogs are vital carbon sinks. Created when carbon-rich remains of plants are submerged in waterlogged land and turned into peat, they cover about 3% of the world’s land, but they store twice as much carbon as all the world’s forests combined. For our “Eye on Earth” series, Mark Phillips visited Scotland’s Cairngorm mountains where efforts are underway to restore peat bogs in the name of climate emergency.

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Scotland’s peat bogs recognized for their vital role in storing carbon and reducing emissions

Peat bogs are vital carbon sinks. Created when carbon-rich remains of plants are submerged in waterlogged land and turned into peat, they cover about 3% of the world’s land, but they store twice as much carbon as all the world’s forests combined. For our “Eye on Earth” series, Mark Phillips visited Scotland’s Cairngorm mountains where efforts are underway to restore peat bogs in the name of climate emergency.

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