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Study: Air Pollution Potentially Being Caused By Lack of Dog Feces RemovalPublished About My Planet  8/21/2011
In the United States there is as estimated 78.2 million dogs which have homes, countless others without homes. About thirty-nine percent of households in the U.S. have at least one dog living with them. Needless to say dogs are common in the United States and so are the controversies they often stir.
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Global warming and epidemicsPublished About My Planet  5/24/2013
Global warming can lead to extremes in climatic conditions. Frequency of droughts and floods are expected to increase in future. These can lead to the creation of such conditions where diseases that can be tolerated on an individual basis, may converge and lead to mass deaths of wildlife or
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Study: Earth’s Water Cycles Changing Rapidly Due To Global WarmingPublished About My Planet  9/6/2013
The planet is changing due to global warming. In the face of these changes, scientists are now following natural phenomena closer than ever before to detail potential changes. One group of researchers performed such studies regarding water cycles on the planet. Water cycles, which involve the amount
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2005: Extreme WeatherPublished About.com  3/14/2011 2:14:13 AM
Weather went wild in 2005—in the United States and around the world—with a record downpour in the Nevada desert, glaciers melting in Greenland, an unprecedented series of major hurricanes and tropical storms in the Atlantic, and the worst drought in a century in the Amazon
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What Does the Data Actually Tell Us about the Risks Associated with FrackingPublished Accountability Central  10/9/2013
ucsusa.org - Surface waters also face contamination risks from potential spills and leaks of...
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Dredging rivers not full answer to flooding – Environment AgencyPublished Accountability Central  1/28/2014
The Environment Agency has rejected claims from flood victims that it has not done enough to dredge...
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GE Hudson-Dredging Report Faulted as MisleadingPublished Accountability Central  2/5/2014
General Electric Co. (GE)’s report on its cleanup of contaminants in New York’s Hudson River was...
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Is Californias thirst triggering earthquakes?Published Accountability Central  5/15/2014
Groundwater in California's Central Valley is so depleted that it has raised the Sierra Nevada...
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AECOM specialist publishes key water research paperPublished AECOM  1/21/2011 10:02:36 AM
AECOM’s senior Environmental specialist in Doha, Qatar, Khaled Shahin recently co-published two research papers on water issues in Palestine, which were published in Geography Compass.
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AECOM appoints new director for water businessPublished AECOM  10/12/2011
Professional technical services consultancy AECOM has appointed a flood mitigation specialist to the role of Technical Director of Water Resources in Australia and New Zealand.
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