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Lenore Manderson 1h
Last session of in Tshimologong Precinct
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Wits_News 1h
: Art, Science & Elemental Politics concludes today with Reflections on the Arts-Sciences Engagement roundtable. Director & is a panelist.
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Lenore Manderson 4h
What data means to us. Power of politics on data. Gillian Maree at Watershed @IBMResearchAfrica 41 Juta St Braamfontein
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CSR 6h
One Day Workshop in to acquaint the EWRs with conceptual knowledge about watershed, its natural occurrence in , and how to increase or decrease the size of
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Wits University Sep 10
What do you get when you inter-fuse art🎨, science🧪and elemental politics🌊? Various Wits University schools, in collaboration with are hosting exhibitions & scholarly panels to provoke new thinking about water. Visit: for more
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NH Dept Env Services 13h
Check out the photos from the 5th Annual Salt Symposium!
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NH Dept Env Services Sep 17
Coastal Program kicks off by removing 124 lbs of trash from Fabyan Point in the Great Bay Wildlife Refuge in conjunction with . Find a cleanup:
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Origins Centre Museum Sep 11
Love these hyenas! Made from repurposed wood by Hannelie Coetzee. Come give them a pat and watch them walk the watershed line in a stop-motion video (by Hannelie and Henk Coetzee)
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NICK COBURN PHILLIPS 3h
Talking about and on tv...!!! o.O Can we not stick to exactly that - breakfast tv... I was just enjoying cheese on toast! o.O :-/ ? — feeling disgruntled
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John Hitchins 12h
Ty for the follow! Got direct lineage to parts all about your . I know how important the was to them. While I may be born & bred, grateful for the work you are doing to protect those waters for to come.
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Lenore Manderson 3h
Fabulous presentations on big data and accuracy or not of predictions. At IBM Research Africa
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Jennifer French 15h
Spent the whole day experiencing our areas managed & protected by our Conservation Authority. Thank you for 60 years of responsible & conscientious care to ensure our & stays healthy. So appreciative!
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Lenore Manderson 3h
Sticker from Atul Bhalla ar the base of an office door. Part of Watershed
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Wits University Sep 12
HAPPENING TODAY: : Tracing the Spruit 🌊🌊🌊 Artist: Myer Taub 👣Tracing the Spruit (Southern Performance Research Under Interesting Themes) Performance : 16:00 🚌Starting Point: Hyatt Bus Stop (Directions - ) Details:
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Myron B. Pitts ❄️ Sep 10
Replying to @FOmyronpitts
But Scott Bullard, with city emergency management, said that the had changed - for instance washed-out dams that have not been replaced. So people should not assume if they experienced no problems during Matthew they are good to go. Watch words: Be vigilant.
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National Academies Sep 15
Join us 9/27-9/28 in person or online to discuss and review the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s protection program. Topics will include how the program could evolve to account for future risks to the :
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AbStewardshipNetwork Sep 18
is hosting their Fall Education Forum on November 2nd, at Medicine Hat College ; great networking and educational event for those who live, work and play in the :
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Lenore Manderson Sep 12
Hannelie Coetzee's hyena and Henk Coetzee's animation. Hyenas on the Wits campus
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NH Dept Env Services Sep 13
Thank you for helping keep our beaches clean! Join them in the world’s biggest beach cleanup this Saturday Sept. 15.
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NH Dept Env Services Sep 11
Replying to @NHDES
This slide shows how salt infiltrates into the ground (and how deep it goes!) in places where salt is applied to places like roads and parking lots.
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