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Fort Worth Weekly
Shalefield StoriesA lot of people could only watch as their property values diminished because th
Shalefield Stories
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted yesterday
A lot of people could only watch as their property values diminished because their houses sat next to gas wells, compressor stations, and other gas infrastructure. A lot of us know people who have had animals die from poisoned wells or on-site... Read more
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CBC.ca
Fort McMurray overrun by wildfire in 'devastating day'many homes in other parts of the city. No buildings were lost in the city's do
Fort McMurray overrun by wildfire in 'devastating day'
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
many homes in other parts of the city. No buildings were lost in the city's downtown area, Allen said. Despite the devastation, there were no reports of deaths or serious injuries. As of 10:30 p.m. MT, officials reported the neighbourhoods of... Read more
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Rappler
The Inheritance of Mar Roxasand promise, if nothing else, to tell you a story. he chandeliers are lit at m
The Inheritance of Mar Roxas
Rappler / Posted 3 days ago
and promise, if nothing else, to tell you a story. he chandeliers are lit at midmorning. They hang low from the ceilings, burning white in photos and flaring at odd angles. The painted walls might have been plaster, might have been wood. Women... Read more
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Island Packet
Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 yearsthe future. And the driver of that future was visible southeast of town, the fo
Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years
Island Packet / Posted 10 days ago
the future. And the driver of that future was visible southeast of town, the four massive reactors of the Lenin Nuclear Power Plant, which in common parlance was called Chernobyl, for a village some 9 miles distant. As the boys sat in the... Read more
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The News & Observer
Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 yearsglimpse of the chaos left behind for curious tourists. Credit: Ali Rizvi/McClat
Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
glimpse of the chaos left behind for curious tourists. Credit: Ali Rizvi/McClatchy An aerial view of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident, is seen in April 1986, made two to three days after the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Charcoal Business Booms Amidst Loadsheddingfew people who are happy with the daily disruption of electricity supply common
Charcoal Business Booms Amidst Loadshedding
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
few people who are happy with the daily disruption of electricity supply commonly referred to as load-shedding. Since the power cuts started about a year ago, Mr Musonda says his charcoal business has been booming. "The price of charcoal has... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 yearsthe future. And the driver of that future was visible southeast of town, the fo
Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
the future. And the driver of that future was visible southeast of town, the four massive reactors of the Lenin Nuclear Power Plant, which in common parlance was called Chernobyl, for a village some 9 miles distant. As the boys sat in the... Read more
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The New Yorker
Hiroshimastood with a wing of the house between them and the city. Like most homes in th
Hiroshima
The New Yorker / Posted 21 days ago
stood with a wing of the house between them and the city. Like most homes in this part of Japan, the house consisted of a wooden frame and wooden walls supporting a heavy tile roof. Its front hall, packed with rolls of bedding and clothing, looked... Read more
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Daily Mail
Meet the man who refused to move run from the Chernobyl falloutfar fewer people living in the area, which is at the very edge of the 1,000 squ
Meet the man who refused to move run from the Chernobyl fallout
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
far fewer people living in the area, which is at the very edge of the 1,000 square mile exclusion zone around the doomed power plant. On April 26, 1986, a botched test at a nuclear plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine, then a Soviet republic, sent clouds... Read more
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The New Yorker
Ornerycategory, “Race” music. Today, country music is thoroughly national; there are
Ornery
The New Yorker / Posted 29 days ago
category, “Race” music. Today, country music is thoroughly national; there are over two thousand country-music-only radio stations, scattered from Miami to Tacoma. Their listeners make up more than ten per cent of the nation’s radio audience, and... Read more
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The Medina County Gazette
India’s Golden Temple loses luster because of air pollution — The Medina County Gazetteon pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign
India’s Golden Temple loses luster because of air pollution — The Medina County Gazette
The Medina County Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
on pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign that includes persuading farmers to stop burning spent crops to clear their fields, removing industry from the area and cutting back on traffic. A community kitchen... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
India's Golden Temple loses luster because of air pollutionon pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign
India's Golden Temple loses luster because of air pollution
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 1 months ago
on pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign that includes persuading farmers to stop burning spent crops to clear their fields, removing industry from the area and cutting back on traffic. A community kitchen... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
India's once-gleaming Golden Temple dulled by air pollutionon pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign
India's once-gleaming Golden Temple dulled by air pollution
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 1 months ago
on pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign that includes persuading farmers to stop burning spent crops to clear their fields, removing industry from the area and cutting back on traffic. A community kitchen... Read more
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Daily Herald
India's once-gleaming Golden Temple dulled by air pollutionon pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign
India's once-gleaming Golden Temple dulled by air pollution
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
on pollution, environmentalists and religious leaders have launched a campaign that includes persuading farmers to stop burning spent crops to clear their fields, removing industry from the area and cutting back on traffic. A community kitchen... Read more
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