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2015/05/22 11:34
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ON A BALMY moonless night, prawn fisherman Kim Justice, 61, pilots the Coral J from Wallaroo to the night’s fishing grounds in Spencer Gulf. As the crew readies the boat, floodlights from other...
2015/05/22 11:34
2015/05/22 11:34
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2015/05/22 10:30
2015/05/22 10:30
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Windhoek — A US hunter killed an endangered black rhino in Namibia on Monday after paying $350 000, a move that has been condemned by animal welfare advocates. Corey Knowlton, who arrived in Namibia...
2015/05/21 03:15
2015/05/21 03:15
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Fishery boats are seen at Pranburi in Prachuap Khiri Khan in late April 2015. (Bangkok Post photo) Washington DC: Thailand and other countries facing "yellow cards" — final warnings — from the...
2015/05/20 12:45
2015/05/20 12:45
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WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration on Wednesday released a report documenting its efforts to protect the environment through trade enforcement, the latest salvo in a struggle to win over...
2015/05/19 12:51
2015/05/19 12:51
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Many nonprofits, such as Operation Smile, the World Wildlife Fund and the Central Park Conservancy, are doing Twitter so well they're outperforming their business brethren. Branding. Marketing....
2015/05/19 09:57
2015/05/19 09:57
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Hydropower to hit 2,000GW by 2050 Since 2005, hydropower has seen resurgence, reportedly due to a better understanding of what the technology can provide, including energy storage and flood or...
2015/05/19 01:45
2015/05/19 01:45
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As humans increase atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, oceans absorb some of the CO2. The resulting drop in ocean pH, known as ocean acidification, has been called climate change's "equally...
2015/05/17 17:58
2015/05/17 17:58
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In the world of the old Hollywood movie “Hatari!” when zoos wanted exotic animals, they simply placed their orders and adventurers went out to scoop them up. The savannahs and the jungles teemed with...
2015/05/17 15:03
2015/05/17 15:03
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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. Tesla's on a roll lately -- it's planning to reveal a...
2015/05/17 06:18
2015/05/17 06:18
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The University of Colorado, Ivy League Harvard University and small, elite Swarthmore College have at least one thing in common: a decision to hang on to their investments in fossil fuel...
2015/05/15 18:59
2015/05/15 18:59
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... easy to be cynical about big companies’ claims that they cherish the environment. If that were so, why are industrial waste and emissions among the biggest reasons our planet is so screwed up?”...
2015/05/15 18:36
2015/05/15 18:36
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A petition calling for world leaders to address climate change and “drastically cut carbon emissions” received a big endorsement last week in Rome from the pope. Members of the Global Catholic...
2015/05/15 16:30
2015/05/15 16:30
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Moscow police detain man suspected of keeping tiger head MOSCOW (AP) - Moscow police say they have detained a man after he was found with what they believe are the skin and head of an endangered...
2015/05/15 03:16
2015/05/15 03:16
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Apple is funding a 5-year project, to be managed by WWF China planting trees and implementing environmental standards that create less pollution - to make paper. Photo: Yifei Zhang/WWF. Apple and the...
2015/05/14 19:34
2015/05/14 19:34
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Blank Park Zoo keeps two black rhinoceroses, one male and one female, with hopes they will mate in a few years (WHO-HD/Reid Chandler) DES MOINES, Iowa – After an Iowa taxidermist pleaded guilty...
2015/05/14 18:13
2015/05/14 18:13
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Chinese vice premier meets Apple CEO May 13, 2015 5:35 am BEIJING, May 12 — Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong met with visiting Apple CEO Tim Cook Tuesday in Beijing, calling on the high-tech giant...
2015/05/14 14:59
2015/05/14 14:59
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The Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute, TNACI, will mark a new phase in the “Saving the Sturgeon” program on Endangered Species Day, on Friday. Eight Lake Sturgeon, approximately 20 inches in...
2015/05/14 14:29
2015/05/14 14:29
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Radio personalities, celebrities, government and environmental specialists visited Midmar dam and Mpophomeni township just outside Howick on Wednesday and witnessed first hand the raw sewage spilling...
2015/05/14 07:08
2015/05/14 07:08
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Blue whales are vulnerable to cargo ship strikes because they are so used to being the largest animal in the ocean that they often fail to avoid the vessels, a Stanford University biologist has...
2015/05/13 23:18
2015/05/13 23:18
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The US government grants some circuses and big game hunters permission to possess imperiled animals like elephants and rhinos, as well as their tusks, horns, or other parts, if they make donations to...
2015/05/22 11:34
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