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How the Fukushima Disaster Continues to Worsen
Published AlertNet  9/2/2014
Radioactive water flows continuously into the Pacific at the rate of about 107,600 gallons per day. Nobody in the world knows how to dispose of radioactive waste safely and permanently. That's a given. The Japanese central government is presumably aware that anything it does with still the
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Norwegians Hate Whale Meat, So Why Does Norway Insist on Killing Whales?
Published AlertNet  9/2/2014
Despite an international ban on whaling, Norway kills more than 700 whales a year. This story originally appeared at OnEarth.org.Norwegians killed 729 whales this year, marking the largest catch in two decades. The hunt persists despite a more than 30-year ban on commercial whaling worldwide,
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Arctic expedition pioneers technique for polar bear researchPublished World Wildlife Foundation  9/2/2014
A team of French scientists working in partnership with conservation organization WWF has for the first time isolated polar bear DNA from a track left in the snow. The scientists from DNA specialist firm SPYGEN looked at two samples from polar bear tracks collected earlier this year during the
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Arctic expedition pioneers technique for polar bear researchPublished WWF.org  9/2/2014
A team of French scientists working in partnership with conservation organization WWF has for the first time isolated polar bear DNA from a track left in the snow. The scientists from DNA specialist firm SPYGEN looked at two samples from polar bear tracks collected earlier this year during the
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Booming electric car sales under fire in NorwayPublished Yahoo  8/31/2014
Ministers in Norway -- a major and rich oil-producing country -- are under increasing public pressure to reduce perks and tax breaks for booming electric car sales. "It's become a problem," said Erik Haugstad, a bus driver in the Oslo region who complains about the numerous electric
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Toronto Trashes Its LitterbugsPublished OneEarth  8/29/2014
By Jason Bittel Toronto has a new anti-littering campaign that tells it like it is. The ads portray juxtaposed pieces of trash that spell out not-so-nice words above the tagline: “Littering says a lot about you.” (You can see more below or view the whole set here.)
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Weekend Reads: New Jersey Gone Wild, California’s Bivalve Battle, Louisiana’s Disappearing ActPublished OneEarth  8/29/2014
By Jason Bittel The Lion Sleeps TonightBaboons and tigers don’t usually spring to mind when you think of New Jersey, but for a brief period in the 70s, Warner Brothers operated an ill-fated (and ill-conceived) animal theme park there. The park’s problems were
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Whale: It’s What’s Not for Dinner. Anywhere.Published OneEarth  8/29/2014
By Brian Palmer Norwegians killed 729 whales this year, marking the largest catch in two decades. The hunt persists despite a more than 30-year ban on commercial whaling worldwide, making Norway one of only three countries that continue to flout international
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FSC is failing to protect Russias intact forest landscapesPublished Greenpeace  8/21/2014
As one of the main contributors to our latest report on the role that the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has been playing in the destruction of some of Russia's last intact forest landscapes, I must respond to FSC's statement.For many years I have worked for Greenpeace in Russia, figuring out the
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Norways offshore drilling puts Arctic Ocean at riskPublished Greenpeace  8/22/2014
As Norway pushes further into the Arctic with offshore oil drilling, the corresponding environmental risks have increased significantly.The Barents Sea is one of the richest, most unique marine ecosystems in the world, with remarkable concentrations of seabirds, marine mammals, fish, and other
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