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U.S. Reverses Former Wilderness PolicyPublished About My Planet  4/30/2013
The draw of the wild has always been strong in the United States. Activities such as camping, hiking, fishing and the like are all popular activities on private and public lands. Now a government decision is allowing for further lands to be placed under protection from development and to be
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UN Report Projects Natural Resources Use To Be 140 Billion Tons By 2050Published About My Planet  11/12/2013
The world’s population is growing significantly. In addition to the population itself, economies are growing as well. This combination growth adds pressure to the world’s natural resources. A new report by the United Nations Environmental Program’s International Resource Panel addresses this issue.
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China’s take on Climate ChangePublished About My Planet  2/27/2014
Just days before the latest G8 summit China has released a 62 page report on how it hopes to tackle the problem of climate change both in the long and short term. Tomorrow eight of the worlds richest, most polluting countries and the ‘plus five’ are meeting up to try and come to some
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Scientists Urge U.S. Government to Ban Mountaintop MiningPublished About.com  1/8/2010 4:37:17 PM
Many environmentalists and coal-country residents have been saying for years that mountaintop mining must be stopped, and now scientists have reached the same conclusion. According to a new study, mountaintop mining (also called mountaintop removal mining) should be banned immediately for causing
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Malnutrition & OverpopulationPublished About.com  10/12/2010 4:21:20 AM
Global pollution combined with population growth is leading to widespread malnutrition and making millions of people more susceptible to a range of infectious diseases--from measles and influenza to malaria--according to researchers at Cornell University. Malnutrition currently kills 6 million
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Immigration & the EnvironmentPublished About.com  9/17/2010 4:56:10 AM
Is immigration swelling the U.S. population to a point where the environment and our natural resources can no longer support the number of people who live here? How does immigration affect the environment, and what can we do about it?
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Can We Stop Beach Erosion?Published About.com  9/24/2010 8:38:49 PM
Beach erosion is accelerating due to rising sea levels, severe storms, and other natural forces. Is the damage from beach erosion temporary and reversible, or are our disappearing beaches gone forever? Find out more about what causes beach erosion and what can be done to stop it.
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Poverty & the EnvironmentPublished About.com  10/3/2010 9:07:51 PM
Consider this central paradox of U.S. environmentalism: In much of popular and political culture, the movement is dismissed as the pet cause of white, well-off Americans -- people who can afford to buy organic arugula, vacation in Lake Tahoe, and worry about the fate of the Pacific pocket mouse. And
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Overpopulation & EnvironmenPublished About.com  1/2/2011 9:53:16 PM
Population growth is placing tremendous stress on Earth's resources and the natural environment, creating a scarcity of food and water and leading to problems such as deforestation and increased global warming. Learn what can be done to achieve a sustainable balance between human population and
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G8 Summit: Corporate Welfare or Water for allPublished Accountability Central  12/18/2013
corpwatch.org - The EU Water Fund, to be presented at the G8 summit in Evian, seems more about...
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