E Source prepares for its first hybrid utility conference

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Strong attendance anticipated for E Source Forum 2021 despite COVID challenges

BOULDER, CO, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — E Source is thrilled to announce that the E Source Forum 2021 will be held in a hybrid format, providing content online and in person, September 28 to October 1. This year’s Forum will facilitate networking and collaboration among utility professionals from across the US and Canada, while offering information and best practices from highly regarded industry experts.

The Forum will host in-person attendees at the Sheraton Denver Downtown, which offers enhanced safety protocols such as contactless hotel check-in, hand-sanitation stations, frequent public-space cleanings, and available space to keep a six-foot distance. Online attendees will be able to follow the same agenda and access the same content as in-person attendees, but from the comfort of their home or office.

“I’m looking forward to being able to interact in person,” says Michael Carter, president of Research and Advisory at E Source. “I’m excited to hear firsthand about the issues our attendees are facing and how their utilities are tackling those challenges.”

This year, the agenda features market research results, data-driven content, customer panels, and insights from utility leaders. Attendees can choose from more than 40 sessions across the three-day event. E Source has identified five critical industry themes that form the framework for the agenda:
• Overcoming electrification roadblocks with emerging opportunities
• Managing CX as a business imperative
• Rising to the energy-equity challenge
• Optimizing customer programs for an evolving grid
• Enabling tomorrow’s data-driven utility

Paul Lau, CEO and general manager of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), will be the opening keynote speaker. Lau’s session, “Disruptive times call for innovative measures: SMUD’s Clean Energy Vision 2030,” will take place on Wednesday, September 29, at 9:00 a.m. MT. Lau is leading SMUD’s Clean Energy Vision and will walk the audience through the utility’s goals, challenges, and solutions. He’ll describe the strategies that are powering this transformative journey—from Clean PowerCity to the California Mobility Center.

Stan Phelps, founder of purplegoldfish.com, will close out the Forum on October 1, at 10:30 a.m. MT with the keynote “Creating customer- and employee-centric purpose in an uncertain future.” Phelps is a TEDx speaker and Forbes contributor and will inspire the audience with a unique perspective on how utilities can embrace their purpose to drive engagement, fuel profits, and make a positive impact on society.

Learn more about this premier utility event, see the agenda, and register to attend at www.esource.com/forum2021.

About E Source
E Source is a leading partner to more than 500 electric, gas, and water utilities and municipalities, and their partners, across the US and Canada. We provide data science, market research, benchmarking, and consulting services. Our 35 years of technology validation, market assessment, program design, and customer experience expertise help clients make informed, data-driven decisions; plan for tomorrow’s infrastructure needs; strengthen customer relationships; and meet critical business objectives while becoming more innovative and responsive in the rapidly evolving market.

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DisinfectWell’s VerifiedSAFE™ reporting and infection prevention service is raising the bar on mitigating HAIs

Healthcare-Associated Infection Control & Prevention Service by DisinfectWell


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Choice Cancer Care in the DFW area adopts DisinfectWell’s infection control program to keep patients and medical staff safe and earns VerifiedSAFE™ status

Since onboarding early this year we have not had any Clinically Acquired Infections reported or any medical staff test positive for COVID-19.”

— Jennfier Sassano, Chief Operating Officer

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — DisinfectWell is an integrated infection control and prevention service combining effective disinfection and VerifiedSAFE™ reporting from environmental testing of surfaces and air in Hospitals and Clinics.

“We keep people safe by partnering with leaders in healthcare to reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs). Our unique process is straightforward and produces powerful results. By integrating testing validation before and after our safe, non-toxic rapid disinfection program, we raise the standard of microbial safety for patients and medical staff. We are excited to work in healthcare to save lives and prevent unnecessary risk of nosocomial infections. Such infections are a $30 billion problem in the US, and DisinfectWell is a clear solution.” – Rodrigo Zurita, CEO of DisinfectWell.

Through ATP Rapid On-site Testing (adenosine triphosphate) and MicroID Environmental Testing (environmental samples sent to a 3rd party lab), surfaces and air are sampled to create a consistent feedback loop around microbial contamination levels. In addition, they provide the ability to identify or rule out pathogens through consistent VerifiedSAFE™ reporting. Disinfectants are applied using a non-toxic EPA “N list” solution to maintain adequate contamination levels recommended by the CDC. DisinfectWell’s infection control and prevention service is minimally disruptive to healthcare operations.

“Our patient population is immunocompromised through their recovery, and COVID forced us to look at innovative ways to increase microbial safety. After experiencing DisinfectWell’s demonstration, we knew that we couldn’t pass on the opportunity to implement their managed disinfection solution. Since onboarding early this year we have not had any Clinically Acquired Infections reported or any medical staff test positive for COVID-19. Our promise to protect our patients' health while mitigating the risk of exposure to our staff far outweighed the investment of not working with DisinfectWell. The results we’ve seen and the insight gained has helped us continue to improve the quality of cancer care we provide our patients.” – Jennifer Sassano, Chief Operating Officer for Choice Cancer Care.

Choice Cancer Care’s DFW locations adopted DisinfectWell’s infection control and prevention program in January 2021 and has been through our comprehensive environmental testing and disinfection process for six months. As a result, Choice Cancer Care locations have been approved as VerifiedSAFE™ Clinics and adorn our seal of approval.

Patients can be more confident selecting Choice Cancer Care because of the extra measures they have taken to keep their clinics VerifiedSAFE™. Plus, the added value is that the medical staff knows their environment is protected, and they are part of a proactive solution that serves patients with excellence.

ABOUT Choice Cancer Care

Choice Cancer Care, a physician-owned cancer care network, has locations all over North Texas with a team of specialized oncologists. The physicians develop personalized cancer treatment plans for all their patients. They ensure patients get all the support they need during their journey to wellness. The oncologists take time to understand every patient’s unique situation before developing individualized care to ensure their overall well-being. Please visit www.choicecancercare.com for more information.

ABOUT DisinfectWell

DisinfectWell is a purpose-driven and people-centric infection control and prevention company dedicated to reducing Healthcare-Associated Infections. We are focused on providing accountability and transparency to mitigate microbial contamination utilizing electrostatic technology and non-toxic disinfection. Our unique process allows us to verify disinfection results through ATP Rapid On-site Environmental Testing while providing a comprehensive sustainable solution that is safe for humans and minimally invasive to operations. Through our innovative reporting tools, medical staff and operations can monitor contamination levels providing unique insight to keep people safe.

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Capaccio’s Strategic Approach and Partnerships Accelerate Vaccine Production

Massachusetts firm works with producers of COVID vaccine to build infrastructures to help them accelerate production.

We’re proud to partner with these companies on this significant undertaking. The work they do is vital, and we are honored to help them get this vaccine – – out to as many people as possible.”

— Lisa F. Wilk, CEO, Capaccio

MARLBOROUGH, MA, USA, August 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Capaccio Environmental Engineering (www.capaccio.com), which helps companies of all sizes respond to industry and business transitions, today announced its ongoing partnerships with the leading producers of the COVID vaccines and other life-saving mRNA medicines.

Working together with these companies, Capaccio’s environmental engineering services have helped them build infrastructures that allowed them to accelerate production of the vaccines safely and accurately.

Specifically, Capaccio has been providing the expertise needed, from both environmental and infrastructure points of view, on how the companies could best, and quickly, scale up production. The team at Capaccio has ensured environmental, health and safety solutions were considered and implemented, and has designed and introduced a dashboard that allows better measurements and predictive outcomes throughout the process.

The foundation of Capaccio’s work over the last 30 years led to its selection by top firms involved in vaccine production. Capaccio has demonstrated its readiness for such a monumental task based on its well-established track record of success.

“We’re proud to partner with these companies on this significant undertaking,” said Lisa F. Wilk, P.E., CEO of Capaccio. “The work they do is vital, and we are honored to work with them to help them get this vaccine – and future life-saving medicines – out to as many people as quickly and as safely as possible.”

About Capaccio
Founded in 1992, Capaccio Environmental Engineering, Inc. has helped companies of all sizes respond to industry and business transitions in order to continuously improve, stay competitive, and move the needle. Their mission of helping industry and the environment prosper guides their efforts in the environmental, health and safety space, as does their core values of integrity, dedication, commitment and responsiveness.

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DOPDROP.com Launches Podcast Putting Purpose Over Profit

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Announcing the premiere of DOBpod, the podcast of Date of Birth, Inc. (dobdrop.com), creating conversations on sustainability, inclusion, and local community.

We hope DOBpod will give a voice to a community that cares not only about how their clothes are made but who makes them and the effects on those people, our communities, and our environment.”

— Noah Treshnell, Co-Founder

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, US, August 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Date of Birth, Inc. is the vision of founders Noah Treshnell and Wes McCaw, who are aiming to transform the legacy world of fashion, retail and wholesale into a new digital model putting purpose over profit.

DOBpod gives voice to their mission of creating conversation with a community of like-minded people who believe in a more sustainable, inclusive and locally-supported future.

The DOBpod Podcast, available on dobdrop.com, Spotify, Apple, Google and wherever you listen to podcasts, will feature purpose-driven brands and people who are changing the fashion industry with unconventional business models and groundbreaking giveback…innovators in the fields of sustainability, inclusion, local community and entreneurship…people who are questioning our traditional ways of thinking and who consider the human element of every facet of producing a garment from field to factory to fashion.

Guests have included the founders of one of the D.O.B brands, YEMA, who are building an African-inspired athleisure brand which gives back 20% of its profits to send kids to school in their native countries of Kenya and Ethiopia.

The founders of One432 tell the story of how they have turned their expertise in garment manufacturing into a business model that is shaking the production industry, one where the artisans who create the product receive 50% of the profit.

Caroline Asante, the creator of Sustainable Diva Mag, joins to explain the current state of sustainability in fabrics and how the definition of sustainability is evolving in the fashion industry.

“We hope DOBpod will give a voice to a community that cares not only about how their clothes are made but who makes them and the effects on those people, our communities, and our environment,” says Noah Treshnell, D.O.B Co-founder.

The DOBpod Podcast launched August 24, 2021 on dobdrop.com, Spotify, Apple, Google and where podcasts are available.


The name, Date of Birth (D.O.B) takes inspiration from the birth of a new retail model, one where you can shop with purpose and begin the journey to creating a better future.

“We are on a journey with our developing brands and our customers. We will lead with purpose and we will always stay true to our principles: building a sustainable and ethical future; being inclusive to all people by celebrating and empowering diversity through equality of access; and supporting our local communities by direct engagement.

We believe by building the D.O.B platform, we will help to transform the fashion industry and in the process move toward a better future for everyone.”

-D.O.B. Founders Wes McCaw and Noah Treshnell

D.O.B launched with 5 brands and is actively searching and signing new brand partners, with more to be added by the end of this year. Expanded social media is in the works with the goal of engaging a larger group of people committed to a better future.

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Sponsors Announce Program for the Virtual World Cold Chain Symposium

Speakers of the World Cold Chain Symposium have been announced from the sponsors, including the Global Food Cold Chain Council and UNEP OzonAction.

ARLINGTON, VA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — For Immediate Release

For Information Call: Kevin Fay, +1 703 841 0626 & Jim Curlin, +33 1 44 37 14 55

Sponsors Announce Program for the Virtual World Cold Chain Symposium

The Global Food Cold Chain Council (GFCCC) and UN Environmental Programme (UNEP) OzonAction today announced speakers for their virtual World Cold Chain Symposium at 9 AM EST on Sept. 14, 2021. The Symposium, which is themed, “Promoting Sustainable Cold Chain: From Data to Action” will take place beginning at 9 AM EST. The program will be broken into two sessions, the first focused on the Global Outlook for Building a Sustainable Cold Chain, and the second highlighting Sustainable Cold Chain Technology and Initiatives.

WCCS sponsors are very pleased to announce these experts who will be participating and sharing their knowledge, as these speakers are at the very forefront of innovation working towards a sustainable cold chain:

Global Outlook for Building a Sustainable Cold Chain Sustainable Cold Chain Technology and Initiatives
Tim White, President of Refrigeration, Carrier
Meg Seki, Executive Secretary, UNEP Ozone Secretariat
Shri Vikas Chaube, Joint Secretary (Logistics), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, India
*Rick Duke, Senior Advisor and White House Liaison for the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry, and Co-Chair UNEP Climate and Clean Air Coalition
Craig Hanson, Vice President for Food, Forest, Water, & the Ocean, World Resources Institute, and Champions 12.3
*Honorable Hans Hoogeveen, Independent Chair of the FAO Council
*Honorable Minister Dr. Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya, Ministry of Environment, Rwanda
*to be confirmed

Jim Curlin, Head of OzonAction Law Division, UNEP
Sarah Glaser, Director, Secure Fisheries, One Earth Future
Ray Gluckman, Managing Director, Gluckman Consulting
Esben Larsen, Director of Faith and Sustainability, WRI
Mustafe Mohamoud, Field Manager for Secure Fisheries, One Earth Future
Toby Peters, Professor Cold Economy, University of Birmingham
Lili Riahi, Coordinator, UNEP’s Cool Coalition
Oyun Sanjaasuren, Director of External Affairs, Green Climate Fund
Lindiwe Sibanda, Co-Chair, Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (Africa)
Lieki Verhofstad, Business Development Manager of Global Food and Agriculture Networks, Rabobank

Information and Registration can be found at the Symposium website: wccs.foodcoldchain.org

UNEP is an Implementing Agency of the Multilateral Fund of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. OzonAction's goal is to enable developing countries to meet and sustain their compliance obligations under the treaty.

GFCCC is an independent not-for-profit industry organization that seeks to simultaneously reduce food waste, and related greenhouse gas emissions in the processing, transportation, storage, and retail display of cold food by expanding and improving access to energy efficient low-global warming potential technology.

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Community College of Allegheny County Extends its Solar Footprint with 543kW Installation

Solar installation is expected to reduce electricity costs by 20% at North Campus

We are very pleased to partner with BAI Group on this initiative, which extends our commitment to renewable energy while reducing electricity costs. We expect to save over $27,000 annually.”

— Elaine Sadowski, Director of Energy & Sustainability, CCAC

WAYNE, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — BAI Group, LLC (BAI), a leading service provider in renewable energy production and energy transmission, is helping Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) implement an on-premise solar installation at its North Campus in McCandless, Pennsylvania. As a member of the Pittsburgh 2030 District plan and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge, CCAC is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and its costs.

After considering three competing proposals for a purchase power agreement (PPA), CCAC chose BAI because its proposal met CCAC’s stringent terms. The team from BAI will lead the construction phase, scheduled to start in August 2021, as well as the operations phase, which is slated to commence in November 2021.

The North Campus solar installation, CCAC’s third and largest, will feature a 543 kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic array utilizing state-of-the-art equipment. The installation is expected to produce sufficient electricity to provide 40 percent of the campus’ electricity needs, while reducing its electricity costs by nearly 20 percent.

“We are very pleased to partner with BAI Group on this important initiative, which extends our commitment to renewable energy while also reducing our electricity costs,” said Elaine Sadowski, Director of Energy & Sustainability, CCAC. “We expect to save over $27,000 annually with this new array, which will allow us to better achieve our mission of providing affordable access to high-quality career and transfer education.”

“We are proud that we can help Community College of Allegheny County rebalance its energy mix with this investment in solar energy,” said Sel Edor, Market Director for Renewables, BAI Group LLC. “With this PPA, we demonstrate our commitment to delivering high-quality, cost-effective solar projects. We are excited to help the college reduce its costs so that it can focus on providing affordable educational opportunities to the communities it serves.”

About BAI Group
Founded in 1986 in State College, Pennsylvania, the BAI Group, LLC is a multi-disciplinary company that provides renewable energy production and energy transmission services. BAI Group’s services started within waste management and quickly expanded to other industries, including the energy sector. Their primary focus has been in the areas of bio-energy, wind farms, and solar. With significant experience in the design, construction, and permitting of solar arrays, the BAI Group assists clients with the development of commercial and industrial (C&I), merchant scale, and other types of large solar installations, including storage. In addition to developing these projects, BAI also provides financing for projects in the form of PPAs and other mechanisms. To learn more, visit baigroupllc.com.

About Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)
Since its founding in 1966, CCAC has flourished, becoming the educational powerhouse it is today—a nationally renowned two-year college dedicated to serving all members of the community. From groundbreaking student success initiatives to top-ranked academic and career-based programs, CCAC continues to be the college of choice for nearly one out of every three adults in Allegheny County.

Each year, more than 24,000 students enroll at CCAC, taking advantage of nearly 150 degree, certificate, diploma and transfer programs while thousands more access noncredit and workforce development courses. Comprising four campuses and four neighborhood centers as well as other off-site locations, CCAC is honored to have one of the largest veteran student populations in the state and takes pride in ranking among the nation’s top community colleges for the number of individuals graduating in nursing and the health-related professions.

CCAC graduates have transferred to the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities, have obtained the most academically challenging and competitive degrees, and can be found at leading companies, organizations and institutions throughout the country. CCAC alumni are actively engaged in every sector of society, providing leadership to scores of economic, scientific, civic and philanthropic entities both in the Pittsburgh region and around the world. Visit ccac.edu to learn more.

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Drane Ranger Helps Commercial and Residential Properties in Houston Prevent Septic Tank System Failure

One of Texas’ finest in liquid waste services has expanded its services.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Representatives with Drane Ranger announced today that it is now helping commercial and residential properties prevent septic tank system failure septic cleaning services in Houston.

“Your septic tank performs an important function, storing and breaking down sewage so that it can be disposed of safely,” said Jeb Woods, spokesperson for Drane Ranger. “If you have septic tanks, they need professional attention from trained and experienced experts.”

Woods went on to explain that since poorly maintained septic tanks will lead to system failure, which is very costly, it is imperative that individuals have their septic tanks regularly cleaned, drained and inspected.

“Septic tank cleaning by Drane Ranger in Houston is done by trained professionals that not only do septic tank pumping, but also inspect your entire system to ensure all the equipment is working properly so you don’t have a failure before your next call to our septic tank pump out service,” highlighted Woods and went on to add, “You should, at the very least, keep a log of when you get a visit from septic tank pumping companies so that you know when you next pumping out should be; which is normally every 2-3 years.”

Drane Ranger, according to Woods, has a number of services aimed directly at septic tanks, including regular services for industrial and residential properties.

“So, whether you have a small septic tank just outside of Houston or a large-scale array of septic tanks at an industrial park in Houston, Pearland, Alvin, or Sugarland, Drane Ranger will help you properly maintain them and provide safe disposal of the sewage,” Woods said.

Drane Ranger is committed to the safe, responsible and sustainable treatment and disposal of all non-hazardous wastewater. The company prides itself in complying with all local and state regulations in both our disposal methods and the certification of all our staff. Doing so ensures that customers receive the best experience possible but also helps Drane Ranger keep Houston and the surrounding areas beautiful for today’s residents and all the generations to come.

For more information, please visit: https://draneranger.com/services/ and https://draneranger.com/about-us/.


About Drane Ranger

Since 1985, Drane Ranger has been focused on two major components of a successful business: customer service and outstanding work. We ensure that your needs are met, whether that’s helping with that grease trap or handling your liquid waste that needs fast and proper disposal. We are always courteous and mindful of your customers and business.

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Climate Change AI announces $1.8M grants program for research projects at the intersection of AI and climate change

Announcing a $1.8M grants program for projects at the intersection of AI and climate change

The Climate Change AI Innovation Grants program will award up to $150K apiece to research projects using AI to help mitigate, adapt to, or study climate change.

USA, August 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Climate Change AI (CCAI), with the support of the Quadrature Climate Foundation and Schmidt Futures, is launching the Climate Change AI Innovation Grants program. The program will award a total of $1.8M (USD) in research grants, with up to $150K allocated per proposal. Funded projects will leverage AI or machine learning to address problems in climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, or climate science. Applications should be submitted by October 15th.

As detailed in CCAI’s foundational paper and on the organization’s website, AI and machine learning hold great promise for addressing climate change. The potential applications are numerous and diverse, encompassing energy, transportation, buildings, agriculture, land use, climate modeling, and disaster response. Yet the overall solutions pipeline from research to deployment has often been held back by a lack of data and other essential infrastructure, as well as by insufficient knowledge transfer between fields and sectors.

The CCAI Innovation Grants aim to spur research that addresses these challenges. The program will allocate grants to year-long research projects that apply AI to help study, mitigate, or adapt to climate change. For example, successful proposals might use machine learning to:
* Mitigate emissions in agriculture, buildings, manufacturing, power and energy systems, transportation, forestry, or other sectors.
* Help society adapt to climate change by better predicting, managing, and providing relief for disasters.
* Advance the study of climate, ecosystems, or other relevant natural systems.
* Accelerate development of low-carbon technologies such as electrofuels and carbon capture materials.
* Facilitate approaches in the behavioral and social sciences, climate finance and economics, climate justice, and climate policy that aim to support the climate transition more broadly.

Projects that address AI governance in the context of climate change or that assess the climate impacts of AI and its applications are also eligible for funding.

Each grantee must publish a documented dataset or simulator. If applicable, they must also publish trained models and/or detailed descriptions of model implementations. Projects are expected to result in scientific publications or other public dissemination of results, and should either result in deployed systems or include well-considered pathways to impactful deployment.

Lead applicants for this grant can be based at academic institutions in any OECD country. Applicants are additionally encouraged to build teams spanning multiple sectors, disciplines, and geographic regions (including, e.g., non-OECD countries and non-research institutions).

For further details on grant eligibility and how to apply, see https://climatechange.ai/calls/innovation_grants.

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Fungicide Market Growth Comes From Intensive Farming Techniques

Fungicides Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery To 2030

Fungicides Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery To 2030

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The Business Research Company’s Fungicides Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery To 2030

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, August 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Farmers globally are adopting intensive farming techniques to increase productivity per hectare, driving the demand for pesticides and other agricultural chemicals. Intensive farming is an agricultural intensification and mechanization system that aims to maximize yields from available land through means such as heavy use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. These techniques help to meet the rising demand for food from the growing population and prevent food shortages. Intensive farming techniques such as monoculture drive the demand for pesticides. Monoculture is a practice of growing one type of crop intensively over a large area, depleting the nutrients in the soil and making it heavily dependent on pesticides.

The global fungicides market is expected to grow from $16.95 billion in 2020 to $17.75 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $22.16 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 6%.

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Major players covered in the global fungicides industry are Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd (Formerly Makhteshim Agan Industries Ltd) (Israel), American Vanguard Corporation (United States), BASF SE (Germany), Bayer Cropscience AG (Germany), Bioworks Inc (United States), Dow Agrosciences LLC (United States), DuPont (United States), FMC Corporation (United States), Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. (United States), Monsanto Company (United States), Nufarm Ltd (Australia), Sumitomo Chemical (Japan), Syngenta International AG (Switzerland), UPL Limited, Cheminova A/S, Lanxess AG, E.I Du Pont de Numerous and Company.

The fungicides market consists of sales of fungicides. Fungicides control fungal diseases by killing or inhibiting fungi or fungal spores. Fungi can cause serious damage in agriculture, resulting in critical losses of yield, quality and profit. Tea tree oil, cinnamaldehyde and nimbin are examples of natural fungicides.

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CISxIdeas Envisions a Teen-Led STEMxSDG Approach to Tackle the World’s Most Pressing Problems

Microsoft x KIDsforSDGs STEMxSDG Event

CISxIdeas advances a STEMxSDG approach to sustainability and innovation

CISxIdeas x KIDsforSDGs for STEMxSDG Hackathon 2021

CISxIdeas Math Mondays

KIDsforSDGs x UNITE 2030 HK Event

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is more than #Academics, says Hong Kong based CISxIdeas

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To support youth build back broader, access to quality STEM education, support for healthier classrooms and promotion of skill building for green careers are must-haves. CISxIdeas does just that!”

— Nathan Bain (KIDsforSDGs)

HONG KONG, CHINA, August 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — CISxIdeas was founded as a STEM-based, innovation-driven and teen-led organization based at Chinese International School (CIS), encouraging student coders, designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs to engage with global issues through events, like hackathons, workshops, and challenges. From its beginning in 2019, the belief that STEM should be used as a mechanism to empower communities, innovate, and democratize resources has been central to CISxIdeas. Hence, they have spearheaded initiatives that focus on addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), such as the first student-led STEMxSDG hackathon in Asia. These endeavors were created with the hope of students around the world beginning to perceive STEM as not only a coalition of academic subjects, but rather a set of powerful tools that have the capacity to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. By making all of its events pro-bono, CISxIdeas also aims to make STEM, and opportunities for its application beyond the classroom, accessible. To accomplish such goals, CISxIdeas has worked with global leaders in social impact through STEM, such as Microsoft, KIDsforSDGs, various United Nations agencies such as UNITAR, global NGOs and local stakeholders such as Cobo Academy and Teach for Hong Kong.

Asia’s FIRST youth-led STEMxSDG Hackathon

CISxIdeas held their very first student-led hackathon in 2020, making it the first student-founded STEMxSDG Hackathon in Asia. The team wanted to choose an SDG that was familiar with everyone while also being a topic that was broad enough so that students could narrow down what they wanted to address. The final theme that the team landed on was environmentalism and sustainability. This led to a plethora of incredibly creative solutions that had very well thought out research backing them. These included a rubbish bin that automatically sorts trash as well as an app that encourages user to be more environmentally friendly. The beauty of hackathons is that they combine both creativity and STEM, allowing students that aren't necessarily into technology to still get involved. This hackathon was not only able to raise awareness for SDGs but also allowed students to think outside the box and really immerse themselves within the process of creating a digital solution.

STEMxSDG Hackathon to make a COMEBACK?

Following the success of their first hackathon in 2020, CISxIdeas looks forward to hosting their second annual hackathon in November of 2021. In deciding the theme for this year's hackathon, the CISxIdeas team discussed their goals and the ways in which they wanted to empower student agency. They unanimously decided that education was one of the leading issues of our time and as students themselves one they felt a special connection to.

This year's hackathon hopes to engage students in finding innovative solutions to the following key issues outlined under the UN Sustainability Goal of Education: providing free, quality primary and secondary education, increasing the number of youth and adults with technical and vocational skills and eliminating inequalities in regards to access to education. During the 2021 hackathon, participants will receive support to hopefully see their final product through to fruition and make real change.

RevolutionIsing STEM beyond the STEMxSDG Hackathon

In order to expand the reach and impact of the hackathon, CISxIdeas is partnering with other schools not only in Hong Kong, but around the world, with the support of KIDsforSDGs and other strategic partners. Together, the youth involved will showcase their ideas and aspirations to UNITAR as well as World Economic Forum, World Humanitarian Forum and more global organisations, garnering support for the upcoming event in November. CISxIdeas' ambitions are not confined to only the hackathon, though. Currently, their Instagram account hosts two weekly events dedicated to inspiring students to engage with STEM: Math Mondays and Tech Thursdays.

Every Monday, a new mathematical question is posted to Instagram, and those who DM the account with the correct answer can win points on the leaderboard. The best solution each week is featured on a slide behind the next week's problem, so that students can learn from each others' work. At the end of each month, whoever has the most leaderboard points is given a prize, incentivizing participation in the fun challenge. Thursdays are slightly different—for "Tech Thursdays," either quick coding problems or recent news regarding technological innovation are posted, allowing students to learn new concepts or information while tapping through Instagram stories.

Whether it's through the anticipated expansion of the hackathon, collaborations with other dedicated organizations, or the additional initiatives that are rapidly growing, CISxIdeas continues to further its mission of empowering students to tackle SDGs through STEM, with the aim of developing a STEMxSDG blueprint which can be scaled across more schools across Asia Pacific.

Justin Kim
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Introducing CISxIdeas Hackathon 2021

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