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Study Finds Industry Underreporting of Oil Sands Pollutants .Com/2014
Environment  (tags: tar sands, study, pollution, environment, destruction, ecosystems, habitatdestruction, habitat, wildlife )

Cal
- 511 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
A new study has found that certain types of chemical pollutants emitted by Canada's oil sands tailing ponds have gone underreported for years.
Sharp Jump in Deforestation When Amazon Parks Lose Protected Status
Environment  (tags: deforestation MAazon, study, environment, ecosystems, water )

Cal
- 519 days ago - news.mongabay.com
Areas that have had their protected status removed or reduced have experienced a sharp increase in forest loss thereafter, finds a new study
Report Exposes Social Costs of Fracking on Rural America
Environment  (tags: social costs, frack is whack, fracking, social costs of fracking, study, pollution, nature, humans, environment, ecosystems )

Cal
- 678 days ago - ecowatch.com
What's it like living in a small town that's gone from rust belt farmland to fracking boomtown?
Insecticide Alters Honey Bee Genes
Environment  (tags: destruction, conservation, nature, insecticides, killing, bees, weakening, study )

Giana
- 760 days ago - news.discovery.com
Once upon a time all honey bees had to worry about were silly old bears. Now there may be some hard evidence that a new kind of insecticides called neonicotinoids could be weakening and killing bees.
Sea Turtle Baby Boom Breaks Records
Environment  (tags: study, science, scientists, society, research, news, interesting, humans, wildlife, wildanimals, society, habitat, humans, AnimalWelfare, animals, animalwelfare, environment, nature, oceans, wildlife, world, water, science, research, healthconditions, hab )

Britt
- 1273 days ago - news.discovery.com
More than a million green turtle eggs were laid last year on one of the Turtle Islands in the Philippines, breaking at least three records since recording of nesting there started in 1984, according to Conservation International
Climate Changes Faster Than Species Can Adapt
Environment  (tags: species, climate-change, global-warming, nature, wildlife, world, CO2-emissions, endangered, Anima-lWelfare, environment, extinction, study, research, science, animals )

PinkMindy
- 1328 days ago - terradaily.com
Study finds: Earth climate through 2100 will be changing 100+ times faster than the normal rate at which global species can adapt to survive.
NASA's NPP Environmental Mission Acquires 1st VIIRS HD Image
Environment  (tags: npp, npoess, viirs, nasa, space, satellite, data, study, environment, climate, climate-change, global-warming, world, news, science, tech, technology, weather, u.s., america, computers, interesting, research )

PinkMindy
- 1347 days ago - nasa.gov
Climate Change Study -- This visible infrared high-resolution image is of a swatch of Eastern North America. More intense data is expected to arrive in mid-December.
NOAA Annual Greenhouse Gas Index - Updated 2011
Environment  (tags: environment, CO2-emissions, greenhouse-gases, carbon-dioxide, methane, cfc, climate-change, global-warming, noaa, world, interesting, news, report, index, science, tech, technology, humans, study, forests, nature, pollution, research )

PinkMindy
- 1361 days ago - esrl.noaa.gov
CO2 emissions still dominate the total radiative forcing of climate change, leading methane CH4, nitrous oxide NO2 and combined CFC release into Earth's upper atmosphere. Including an alarming report of an incredible 29% increase since 1990. See graphs...
REPORT: WWF Partnering With Companies That Destroy Rainforests, Threaten Endangered Species
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, environment, greenwashing, rainforest destruction, activism, study, deforestation, WWF, politics, forests, destruction, habitat, habitatdestruction, green )

Cal
- 1470 days ago - news.mongabay.com
Arguably the globe's most well-known conservation organization, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), has been facilitating illegal logging, vast deforestation, and human rights abuses by pairing up with notorious logging companies in a flagging effort to
GOOD NEWS! Maryland May Put the Brakes on Fracking
Environment  (tags: energy, conservation, GoodNews, government, fracking, legislation, study, hydraulic fracturing, natural gas, development, pollution, world, water, humans, ecosystems, environment )

Cal
- 1588 days ago - post-gazette.com
Legislature makes move to ban drilling--state lawmakers in the House on Wednesday passed a bill that would essentially place a moratorium on drilling until the Maryland Department of the Environment completes a two-year study to determine whether it enda
Plants In Nuked Soil: Less Talking, More Growing
Environment  (tags: Plants, Nuked Soil, Growing, Environment, Study )

Nancy
- 1625 days ago - threefishlimit.wordpress.com
Plants seem to tolerate the high radiation levels found in the soil near the site of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster. Both soybeans and flax showed changes in their proteins,
Big Bird Brains - Not In Chernobyl
Environment  (tags: environment, animals, wildlife, birds, chernobyl, radiation, pollution, health conditions, destruction, study, research )

Yrna
- 1630 days ago - news.discovery.com
Twenty-five years after the meltdown at the Chernobyl nuclear plant, radiation contamination is still enough to cause serious developmental problems in wildlife.
2010 Warmest on Record, Says U.N.
Environment  (tags: Warmest Year, UNO, Climate Change, Global Warming, Study )

Nancy
- 1656 days ago - news.discovery.com
The UN's World Meteorological Organization said Thursday that 2010 was the warmest year on record, confirming a "significant" long-term trend of global warming.
Alarmist Doomsday Warning of Rising Seas 'Was Wrong', Says Met Office Study
Environment  (tags: Environment, global warming, sea levels, study, Climate Change )

Nancy
- 1702 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Alarming predictions that global warming could cause sea levels to rise 6ft in the next century are wrong, it has emerged.
Healing From Global Warming May Take 100,000 Years
Environment  (tags: Global Warming, life, environment, study, Geological Society, research )

Nancy
- 1735 days ago - treehugger.com
When it comes to human-caused global warming, news of the long-term effects is mixed. On the one hand, the planet will indeed recover from the damage we've done -- the only downside is that it will take 100,000 years,
 

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