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38295
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The career Marc Basnight devotes himself currently was protecting the shores of Shallowbag Bay and the surrounding land his family had called home for three centuries. Political initiatives spearheaded during his years in the Senate included the passage of a plastic bag ban on the Outer Banks. Environmental initiatives created post-career in Washington making preservation possible included the Natural Heritage Trust Fund and the recycling part of his restaurant’s operation that reduces his carbon footprint.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 78 Issue 12, May 2011, p160-162, 164, 166 Periodical Website
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40635
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One of Cecil Staton’s accomplishments during his chancellorship was implementing a plan to transform East Carolina University into a campus that advocates ecological sustainability. The plan, to be implemented between 2017-2022, contains these initiatives in the areas of climate change mitigation, academics and research, campus grounds, and materials management.
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40790
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Recycling realities include penalties imposed if too much trash is mixed in and steps involved with separating what’s recyclable and not. Educating the public about the difference, and sparing facilities like ECVC penalties, includes a list in this article of what’s recyclable and not.
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41096
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Four initiatives yielded for William David the 2019 Young Eco-Hero Award: recycling hard to recycle items; Eastern box turtle conservation; invasive species prevention; and French Broad watershed water quality project. Information pointing to his potential and promising a future in conservation: a mentor from the NC Arboretum; career plans involving engineering.