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News Article | April 27, 2017
Site: www.eurekalert.org

Every year, worldwide wine industry suffers losses of more than ten billion US dollars from damaged assets, production losses, and lost profits due to extreme weather events and natural disasters. A multidisciplinary European-Australian team of researchers led by Dr. James Daniell of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) examines the extent to which regions are affected by the risks and how climate change influences wine industry. At the 2017 Annual Conference of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in Vienna, Daniell presented a global risk index for wine regions. The wine regions of Mendoza and San Juan in Argentina are exposed to the highest risks due to extreme weather and natural hazards worldwide. Kakheti and Racha in Georgia come in at number 2, followed by Southern Cahul in Moldova (number 3), Northwest Slovenia (number 4), and Yaruqui in Ecuador and Nagano in Japan (number 5). These are the first results of a current worldwide study and the first release of the global risk index for wine regions presented by the head of the study, Dr. James Daniell, of the Geophysical Institute (GPI) and the Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology (CEDIM) of KIT at the 2017 Annual Conference of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in Vienna in the session of "Natural hazard event analyses for risk reduction and adaptation." The EGU honored Daniell by granting him the "Early Career Scientist Award in Natural Hazards for 2017." The study is carried out and the index is developed in cooperation with seismologists, meteorologists, and representatives of other disciplines from KIT, Australian National University, University of Adelaide, Griffith University, University of New South Wales, and University College London as well as Risklayer GmbH, a company located in Karlsruhe. The "WineRisk" website summarizes the results of the study and presents solutions for wine regions: http://www. The study covers more than 7,500 wine regions in 131 countries. There is no wine region in the world that is not exposed to extreme weather or natural disasters. Events, such as frost, hail, floods, heat, drought, forest fires, and bushfires as well as earthquakes make worldwide wine industry lose more than 10 billion US$ every year according to conservative estimations. These losses result from damaged assets, losses of production, and lost profit. "Cold waves and frost have a large impact," James Daniell says. In the last few days, much frost occurred across Europe, with Slovakia, Bosnia, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, and Czech Republic having the worst impact. Hailstorms are one of the largest yearly natural threats to European winemakers. Traditional wine countries like France and Italy have seen huge losses in the past five years due to hail and frost, with many losses being recorded in the regions of Burgundy and Piedmont. The hail losses from 2012 to 2016 in some vineyards totaled 50 to 90 percent of the value of the crop and caused long-term damage to many old vines. It is not just Europe that is affected by hail. All over the world, winegrowing regions are affected by at least one hail event per year, which can cause damage to the single vintage or to multiple vintages depending on the growth phase of the vines. According to James Daniell, hail nets can save the crop in most cases, given a large hail event. "Cost-benefit analyses generally show that the premium wines should be the ones covered by hail nets, with insurance or other cheaper methods used for other wines." Earthquakes have the ability to knock out the infrastructure of entire wine regions for a number of years. In the past years, earthquakes struck Chile, New Zealand, and the USA, among other smaller events causing damage around the world. Over 125 million liters of wine were lost in Chile in 2010, mainly due to the failure of steel tanks. "Earthquake-resistant design could have saved many millions of liters," Daniell says. Earthquakes also cause large losses to buildings, tanks, barrels, equipment, and chemicals. Even small earthquakes do not only cause financial loss, but also historical loss by destroying tasting rooms and rare wine collections. A few dollars investment in stabilization mechanisms, such as quake wax, zip ties or bolts, can often save millions of dollars loss. In addition, natural disasters are associated with losses of jobs and tourism. Global climate change will have both positive and negative effects on wine industry, according to the study. Researchers expect a general shift of wine-growing regions southward and northward, while some wine regions closer to the equator may be lost. Many wines may indeed improve. "The English, Canadian, and Northern China wine regions will likely increase production markedly and continue to improve their market share and quality of production," predicts Dr. Daniell. The scientists expect that many wineries will master climate changes by changing grape varieties or harvest times. In addition, they will profit from new grape strains, innovative technologies to optimize production and reduce damage due to biological pathogens and insects, and new methods to overcome extreme weather events. The study also covers problems, such as bushfires causing smoke taint to vines. However, smaller-scale studies are required before the results can be included globally in the index. In addition, the effects of floods on vines are being explored. Nevertheless, a major volcanic eruption would likely cause the largest global impact to the wine industry, examples being the Laki eruption of 1783/84 or the Tambora eruption in 1815 which caused the famous "year without a summer" in 1816. Atmospheric changes, lack of sunlight, and global transport problems could cause major issues not only for the wine industry, other food security issues would likely be more important. Despite all these hazards, the wine industry continues to grow and diversify. "Through detailed natural hazard analysis, research can help winemakers and governments alike to prepare adequately for the natural hazards that they face and to reduce losses," Dr. James Daniell says. The geophysicist born in Australia also developed the CATDAT database covering socioeconomic data on natural disasters. Last year, he published CATDAT statistics, according to which 8 million people died and over 7 trillion US$ of loss were caused by natural disasters since 1900. The Biggest Wine Producers in the World and Their Main Threats: More about the KIT Climate and Environment Center: http://www. . Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) pools its three core tasks of research, higher education, and innovation in a mission. With about 9,300 employees and 25,000 students, KIT is one of the big institutions of research and higher education in natural sciences and engineering in Europe. KIT - The Research University in the Helmholtz Association Since 2010, the KIT has been certified as a family-friendly university. This press release is available on the internet at http://www. .


"Understanding the Navy and Marine Corps operational needs and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command process of implementing airfield infrastructure repair and improvement projects is a key element to the success of this program," said Matt Kundrot, CH2M Federal Program Director for Aviation. "CH2M brings the technical expertise and proven capability to improve military mission capability and safety." BAE Systems selected CH2M to serve the Navy based on the company's decades-long experience with design and construction of airfield navigational aids at military and commercial airports around the world. Over the past 7 years, CH2M has delivered more than $350 million in design services for the military, worth over $2.5 billion in constructed value, including numerous military airfield runways, taxiways, aprons and other supporting infrastructure. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-to-provide-airfield-design-support-at-us-navy-and-marine-corps-locations-worldwide-300466713.html


In line with the release of Flood Cloud, CH2M is offering a free, 45-minute webinar on June 6 to walk users through the basics of how to best use the new service to: "We're proud to provide our 25,000 users across the globe access to an on-demand, cloud-based resource that will deliver the step change needed for better information on flooding," said CH2M Technical Director for Flood Modeller Suite Dr. Jon Wicks. Flood Cloud will enable users to run Flood Modeller Pro 1D, 2D and 1D-2D linked models, as well as Flood Modeller (1D)-TUFLOW (2D) linked models. It will also be able to run HEC-RAS and TUFLOW only models in the near future. Are you interested in future modelling events from CH2M? Visit our events page for further information with regards to upcoming training courses and technical webinars. Land a rewarding career in river and flood engineering. View the available positions today. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. Parallel Works is a next-generation technical computing platform for engineers and scientists to easily scale simulation and modeling workflows across high-performance computing systems in the cloud. The Parallel Works cloud platform enables domain experts across diverse industries to execute sophisticated parallel simulation studies without the complexities of cloud management or parallel programming. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-releases-game-changing-cloud-based-flood-modelling-service-offering-seamless-user-experience-300466820.html


In line with the release of Flood Cloud, CH2M is offering a free, 45-minute webinar on June 6 to walk users through the basics of how to best use the new service to: "We're proud to provide our 25,000 users across the globe access to an on-demand, cloud-based resource that will deliver the step change needed for better information on flooding," said CH2M Technical Director for Flood Modeller Suite Dr. Jon Wicks. Flood Cloud will enable users to run Flood Modeller Pro 1D, 2D and 1D-2D linked models, as well as Flood Modeller (1D)-TUFLOW (2D) linked models. It will also be able to run HEC-RAS and TUFLOW only models in the near future. Are you interested in future modelling events from CH2M? Visit our events page for further information with regards to upcoming training courses and technical webinars. Land a rewarding career in river and flood engineering. View the available positions today. About CH2M CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programmes like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and programme management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. About Parallel Works Parallel Works is a next-generation technical computing platform for engineers and scientists to easily scale simulation and modeling workflows across high-performance computing systems in the cloud. The Parallel Works cloud platform enables domain experts across diverse industries to execute sophisticated parallel simulation studies without the complexities of cloud management or parallel programming.


News Article | June 6, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

"Our soon-to-be published Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship Report cites quantifiable examples of the positive, sustainable difference we're making around the world, realizing triple bottom-line returns in the delivery of iconic infrastructure, innovative facilities, and world-class communities. We'll continue blazing new trails with our clients, applying innovation and technology to improve both the built and natural environment." CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook.


Since 2010, CH2M, alongside Pasco County Utilities and the Southwest Florida Water Management District, has provided a full-range of design, permitting and services during construction for the 4G Wetlands, a multifunctional project addressing decades-long concerns regarding groundwater drawdowns in areas affected by public water supply wellfields. "This innovative, reclaimed water project facilitates a more holistic watershed management approach," said Pasco County Project Manager Jeffrey Harris. "The ability to improve an area that has seen severe ecological degradation coupled with recharging the Upper Floridan aquifer that'll provide for a more sustainable water supply for the 2.5 million people of the Tampa Bay region, serves as an example of how to better manage all freshwater resources." The 4G Wetlands, nearing completion, consist of a 175-acre groundwater recharge wetland system constructed on uplands pastures. The system is sized to receive 5-million-gallons-per-day of reclaimed water to passively recharge the surficial and Upper Floridan aquifers, while protecting water quality. "The wetlands are an important component of the District's mission to provide recharge in an area of hydrologic stress. In addition, they will provide valuable habitat, and an excellent example of responsible water management," said Michael Hancock, Southwest Florida Water Management District project manager. In addition to the benefits to the aquifer and the regional water resources, the project will restore the ecological functions of the historically degraded onsite lakes and wetlands, and create 175 acres of new wildlife habitat within the 15 constructed wetland cells. The Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals also selected the 4G Wetlands for an Environmental Excellence Award in 2017 for its outstanding environmental contributions. "The now two-time award-winning and multifunctional 4G Wetlands are a great example of how organizations can utilize public-private partnerships to maximize the benefits of water reuse, and use this valuable resource for its highest purpose, ecology and water supply," said Rafael Vazquez-Burney, CH2M 4G Wetlands project manager and treatment wetlands expert. "It's both an honor and a privilege to be recognized by the Florida Water Environment Association and the Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals, and to partner with the Southwest Florida Water Management District and Pasco County on their first project of this kind." The 4G Wetlands project received its award at the joint Florida Water Environment Association annual meeting and Florida Water Resources Conference, held April 23-26, 2017. A full list of the award-winners appears on the Association's website. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-designed-water-reuse-project-wins-florida-water-environment-association-project-of-the-year-award-300478117.html


"It's an honor to continue our history of being proactive in communication and operations and maintenance with the City of DeFuniak Springs," said CH2M OM Services Senior Vice President and Managing Director Steve Meininger. "Our value-driven approach will further the City's aim to meet the water needs of the growing population." Since beginning operations in 2003, CH2M has implemented a number of programs key to yielding a consistent and quality level of service for the City, including employing a preventive maintenance program for the entire water system and establishing chlorine and bacterial sampling points for the water systems. The successful partnership even earned the Northwest Florida League of Cities' first ever associate member of the year award in 2011. CH2M provides similar services to several communities across the Sunshine State. CH2M also provides OM services for all public and private utilities in The Villages, encompassing eight water treatment systems, three wastewater treatment plants, collections and distribution systems, meter reading and residential and commercial sanitation services. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/city-of-defuniak-springs-reselects-ch2m-to-continue-operating-and-maintaining-its-water-systems-300477202.html


Among the first companies in its sector to publish a sustainability report as part of the Global Reporting Initiative in 2005, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm ever to be honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development. The firm reinforced its leadership this year by incorporating sustainability performance measures into its Integrated Summary Annual Report and expanding its accompanying Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship Report to include measures achieved in service to clients as well as in the firm's internal operations. Here are some examples of achievements highlighted in the reports: CH2M also cited achievements in health, safety and environmental management; ethics, employee development, diversity and inclusion; human rights; reduced carbon impacts; and energy, water and paper consumption. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions to promote positive societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure like the Panama Canal, to sustainable development milestones such as the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm to receive the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-highlights-sustainable-solutions-and-community-improvements-delivering-triple-bottom-line-results-300473796.html


News Article | June 20, 2017
Site: www.businesswire.com

MIDLAND, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A group of 38 teachers from eight states will benefit from world-class training as a partnership between The Dow Chemical Company, CH2M, and the Smithsonian Science Education Center is renewed for another year. Participants in the 2017 Dow-CH2M Smithsonian Teacher Scholar Program will participate in the six-day Smithsonian Science Education Academies for Teachers (SSEATs) in Washington, D.C., then continue on a year-long growth experience tailored to expanding science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) excellence. Since 2007, Dow has supported about 275 teachers through partnership with the Smithsonian Science Education Center, part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum, education, and research complex. Renewing the involvement of Dow’s strategic business partner CH2M allows employees from both companies to contribute to the teachers’ growth experience. “ Without question, the Teacher Scholar Program is having a tremendous impact on teachers and, ultimately, students in our key communities across the country,” said Meredith Morris, Dow’s Global Education Leader. “ Dow is committed to building the workforce of tomorrow through impactful collaborations, and we are proud to partner with CH2M and the Smithsonian to bring this program to life for our teachers.” The Teacher Scholar Program aligns closely with Dow’s 2025 Sustainability Goals, through which the Company collaborates with like-minded partners to advance the well-being of humanity by helping lead the transition to a sustainable planet and society. CH2M is a natural teammate, and through the CH2M Foundation, the company works with organizations in its operating countries to develop sustainable communities, promote STEM education, and foster employee engagement. “ We’re excited to build upon our aligned Global Citizenship strategies with Dow and the Smithsonian Science Education Center to provide this unique opportunity to deserving teachers in our local communities,” said Ellen Sandberg, Executive Director, CH2M Foundation. “ This program demonstrates to our educators that they are highly valued and critical to the success of our students, while encouraging young people to pursue science and engineering careers." Each Teacher Scholar Program participant will attend, at no cost, one of three SSEATs professional development academies in Washington, D.C. The academies include: Biodiversity (June 18-23); Energy’s Innovations and Implications (July 9-14); and Earth's History and Global Change (July 30-August 4). This year, for the first time, the Smithsonian will collaborate with the National Museum of African American History and Culture to develop one day of programming for the Energy’s Innovations and Implications academy. The program will focus on the museum’s LEED (Leadership and Energy in Environmental Design) Gold certification, and participants will have an opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes look at the museum’s sustainability measures, including a green roof and water recycling system, and view the facility through the eyes of one of the museum’s architects and a structural engineer. " We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Dow and CH2M to bring our program of scientific discovery and advanced professional development to teachers. This experience affords teachers the opportunity to engage in authentic STEM experiences by working directly with scientists and other experts, and bring the exciting learnings back to their local classrooms," said Carol O'Donnell, Director of the Smithsonian Science Education Center. " We are grateful to both companies for their commitment to empowering teachers to prepare and inspire the next generation of our STEM workforce." This year’s participants include two teachers from the Lighthouse Academy at Eagle Village, a groundbreaking facility in west Michigan that provides troubled teenagers with counseling, treatment, and leadership and life skills training to ready them for returning home or to a foster, adoptive, or independent living arrangement. After the program in Washington, participating teachers will meet in teams at their home locations throughout the school year. Dow and CH2M will organize opportunities for the teachers to maintain their connection and receive additional support tailored to each community. Substantial support will come from Dow STEM Ambassadors, an organization of employee volunteers who share their passion for science through community outreach in dozens of Dow sites around the world. STEM Ambassadors will provide a rich variety of experiences including safety procedures, technical briefings, classroom demonstrations, and career talks, supporting Dow’s 2025 Sustainability Goal of Engaging Employees for Impact. The following teachers from Dow and CH2M communities have been selected to participate this year: Learn more about SSEATs and the Smithsonian Science Education Center: https://ssec.si.edu/professional-development Explore Dow’s commitment to building the workforce of tomorrow: http://www.dow.com/en-us/science-and-sustainability/global-citizenship/building-the-workforce Dow (NYSE: DOW) combines the power of science and technology to passionately innovate what is essential to human progress. The Company is driving innovations that extract value from material, polymer, chemical and biological science to help address many of the world's most challenging problems, such as the need for fresh food, safer and more sustainable transportation, clean water, energy efficiency, more durable infrastructure, and increasing agricultural productivity. Dow's integrated, market-driven portfolio delivers a broad range of technology-based products and solutions to customers in 175 countries and in high-growth sectors such as packaging, infrastructure, transportation, consumer care, electronics, and agriculture. In 2016, Dow had annual sales of $48 billion and employed approximately 56,000 people worldwide. The Company's more than 7,000 product families are manufactured at 189 sites in 34 countries across the globe. References to "Dow" or the "Company" mean The Dow Chemical Company and its consolidated subsidiaries unless otherwise expressly noted. More information about Dow can be found at www.dow.com. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. The mission of the Smithsonian Science Education Center is to transform and improve the learning and teaching of science for K-12 students in the United States and throughout the world. Established in 1985 as the National Science Resources Center (NSRC) under the sponsorship of two prestigious institutions—the Smithsonian Institution and the National Academy of Sciences—the Smithsonian Science Education Center is dedicated to the establishment of effective science programs for all students. To contribute to that goal, the Center has developed and published a comprehensive K-8, science curriculum program: Science and Technology Concepts™ (STC Elementary and Secondary); and, it supports the systemic needs of schools, districts, and states through its Leadership and Assistance for Science Education Reform (LASER) model, proven to be efficacious in a large 5-year randomized control trial funded by the US Department of Education. To learn more visit: http://ssec.si.edu. ®TM Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow


News Article | June 6, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

"Our soon-to-be published Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship Report cites quantifiable examples of the positive, sustainable difference we're making around the world, realizing triple bottom-line returns in the delivery of iconic infrastructure, innovative facilities, and world-class communities. We'll continue blazing new trails with our clients, applying innovation and technology to improve both the built and natural environment." CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-statement-on-recent-paris-climate-accord-decision-300469126.html

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