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Amazon Biodiversity
Fri Jul 25 22:43:13 2014 GMT

  • No longer 'deaf as a stump': researchers find turtles chirp, click, meow, cluck
  • Scientists: Neotropical otter should not be considered threatened
  • Camera trap captures first ever video of rarely-seen bird in the Amazon...and much more
  • After throwing out referendum, Ecuador approves oil drilling in Yasuni's embattled heart
  • Of jaguars and loggers: new film to showcase one of the least-known regions in the deep Amazon
  • Oil or rainforest: new website highlights the plight of Yasuni National Park
  • Scientist discovers a plethora of new praying mantises (pictures)
  • Several Amazonian tree frog species discovered, where only two existed before
  • Amazon trees super-diverse in chemicals
  • New $20,000 reporting grant explores benefits of Amazonian protected areas
  • Featured video: camera traps catch jaguars, anteaters, and a sloth eating clay in the Amazon rainforest
  • High-living frogs hurt by remote oil roads in the Amazon
  • Top 10 HAPPY environmental stories of 2013
  • Scientists make one of the biggest animal discoveries of the century - a new tapir
  • Could camera trap videos galvanize the world to protect Yasuni from oil drilling?
  • Scientist splits Amazonian giants into separate species
  • Featured video: 22-year-old produces documentary on the Peruvian Amazon
  • Over 100 scientists warn Ecuadorian Congress against oil development in Yasuni
  • Amazon Logging
    Thu Mar 27 23:43:12 2014 GMT
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  • Next big idea in forest conservation? Quantifying the cost of forest degradation
  • Mother of God: meet the 26 year old Indiana Jones of the Amazon, Paul Rosolie
  • Brazil begins evicting illegal settlers from hugely-imperiled indigenous reserve
  • Brazil's military takes on illegal loggers to protect nearly-extinct tribe
  • Amazonian students help monitor threatened frog populations
  • Featured video: Earth Day message from indigenous tribes in the Peruvian Amazon
  • Illegally logged trees to start calling for help
  • Forests, farming, and sprawl: the struggle over land in an Amazonian metropolis
  • Evidence of 'isolated' indigenous people found in Peru where priest is pushing highway
  • Experts: sustainable logging in rainforests impossible
  • Over 700 people killed defending forest and land rights in past ten years
  • U.S. car manufacturers linked to Amazon destruction, slave labor
  • Can loggers be conservationists?
  • Featured video: How to save the Amazon
  • U.S. gobbling illegal wood from Peru's Amazon rainforest
  • Climate change could increase fires, logging, and hunting in rainforests
  • Tourism for biodiversity in Tambopata
  • Photo of the Day: Critically Endangered brown spider monkey discovered in park
  • Amazon People
    Thu Jul 31 22:43:13 2014 GMT
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  • Brazil releases video showing first contact with rainforest tribe
  • Phone-based logging alert system eyes expanding to the Amazon
  • A garden or a wilderness? One-fifth of the Amazon may have been savannah before the arrival of Europ...
  • Using Google Earth to protect uncontacted tribes in the Amazon rainforest
  • 53 indigenous activists on trial for police-protester massacre in Peru
  • New report reveals human rights abuses by corporations, governments in the Amazon
  • Stolen information may derail Yasuni drilling referendum
  • Small monkeys take over when big primates have been hunted out in the Amazon
  • Ecuador will have referendum on fate of Yasuni after activists collect over 700,000 signatures
  • Featured video: celebrities speak out for Yasuni
  • Helping the Amazon's 'Jaguar People' protect their culture and traditional wisdom
  • Gas company to drill in Manu National Park buffer zone, imperiling indigenous people
  • Indigenous groups win right to pursue Chevron assets in Canada in Amazon pollution case
  • Ecuador's government shuts down indigenous rights organization over oil battle
  • Flawed from inception? Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT initiative threatened indigenous groups wit...
  • Rebranded as the Rainforest Trust, green group launches push to protect 6M acres of Amazon rainforest
  • Amazon rainforest tribe sells REDD+ credits to Brazilian cosmetics giant
  • Isolated Amazonian tribe makes another appearance in Peru (video)
  • Amazon River
    Tue Jul 29 22:43:16 2014 GMT
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  • Peruvian oil spill sparks concern in indigenous rainforest community
  • Oil drilling causes widespread contamination in the Amazon rainforest
  • Uncovering the impact of big banks on the Amazon
  • New dolphin discovered in the Amazon surprises scientists
  • Rainforest news review for 2013
  • Gold mine near controversial Belo Monte dam suspended
  • Belo Monte dam suspended
  • Judge halts construction of Amazon dam on Brazil's Teles Pires river
  • Indigenous peoples resume occupation of Brazil's Belo Monte dam site
  • Forgotten species: the arapaima or 'dinosaur fish'
  • Stand up paddleboarding in the Amazon for conservation
  • Mystery of Amazon River carbon emissions solved
  • Amazon's flood/drought cycle becoming more extreme, less predictable
  • Deforestation will undercut effectiveness of rainforest dams
  • Tribesmen launch 'occupy' protest at dam site in the Amazon rainforest
  • Scientists describe new species of see-through fish from the Amazon
  • Tribe rejects payment from electricity company behind destructive Amazon dam
  • Brazilian agency rejects Canadian company's bid to mine controversial Amazon dam site for gold
  • Amazon Watch News
    Fri Aug 1 04:43:32 2014 GMT
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  • Brazil: Gunmen Threaten to Assassinate Leading Amazon Shaman
  • Open Letter to Petroamazonas from Yasunidos
  • Expelled from Ecuador: One Solar Visionary's Story
  • Supporting Community-Led Environmental Monitoring in the Wake of an Oil Spill
  • A Lifetime of Injustice: 30 Years in the History of the Belo Monte Dam
  • Human Rights Organizations File Amicus Brief Opposing Chevron RICO Decision
  • A Lifetime of Injustice: The History of the Belo Monte Dam
  • Brazil Loses World Cup, Will It Rise as Clean Energy Champion?
  • Brazil Spends Billions on "Green" World Cup, but Does Little to Protect Environmentalists
  • Organizations Submit Amicus Brief to Brazil Court, Demonstrating That the Belo Monte Dam Is Illegal
  • Ecuador Planned Power Plant in Yasuni National Park
  • Judge Revokes Mining License in Brazilian Amazon
  • Cartoon Highlights Gibson Dunn's "Legal Thuggery" On Chevron's Behalf
  • Brazil Suspends Belo Sun's Gold Mine Licence
  • Peru Now Has a "Licence to Kill" Environmental Protesters
  • Brazil Court Revokes License for Canadian Gold Mine in Amazon
  • Brazil Revokes Canadian Belo Sun’s License to Gold Mine in Amazon
  • This World Cup Victory Goes to…
  • Amazon Watch Video
    Sat Jul 12 19:20:01 2014 GMT
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  • Donny Rico Episode #3: Legal Tender (Chevron legal "thuggery against Ecuadorians)
  • Thank you from Aura Tegria
  • Donny Rico Episode #2: Who's Bribin' Who? (in Chevron's "case" against Ecuador...
  • Día Internacional Anti Chevron
  • Colombia's U'wa Indigenous People Call for International Solidarity
  • Thank you Metallica
  • A Message from the U'wa of Colombia
  • Klamazon
  • ¡Yasuní Depende de Ti!
  • Vozes do Xingu - Antônia Melo
  • Voices of Xingu - Antônia Melo da Silva
  • Donny Rico & Chevron make it a crime to defend the environment.
  • Press Conference on Yasuní National Park with Alberto Acosta and Vandana Shiva
  • Vozes do Xingu - Xikrin-Kayapó
  • Voices of Xingu - Xikrin-Kayapó
  • Jose Luis Santos interview
  • Pablo Fajardo's message to Richmond Residents
  • Maria Reascos, victim of Chevron contamination, on being sued by the oil giant
  • Botany Photo of the Day
    Fri Aug 1 19:43:50 2014 GMT
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  • Gnetum gnemon
  • Peltigera gowardii
  • Lysimachia maritima
  • Geastrum triplex
  • Hoita strobilina
  • Salicornia bigelovii
  • Allium cristophii
  • Carpinus fangiana
  • Pereskiopsis aquosa
  • Eucalyptus racemosa
  • Sarcosphaera coronaria
  • Fragaria chiloensis
  • Amelanchier canadensis and Gymnosporangium sp.
  • Berberis vulgaris
  • Gentiana douglasiana
  • Deep Sea News
    Wed Jul 30 19:44:54 2014 GMT
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  • Penguin Problems
  • The Immigrant
  • No Honey, there are no sharks in Ontario Lakes
  • Sex, Snails, Sustenance…and Rock & Roll
  • The Atlantic Sun is a potential environmental disaster
  • The Top 10 Engineering Designs to Clean Up Plastics In the Oceans: You Won’t Believe What We F...
  • The predictions of this model kills my love of models.
  • Tracking the cold wake of a super typhoon
  • The Ocean Cleanup responds to our technical review
  • Outta-sight jelly babies discovered under black light
  • Earth Focus on Link TV
    Mon Jul 14 22:46:48 2014 GMT
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  • Climate and National Security
  • Water or Gold?
  • Chesapeake: Can Oysters Save the Bay?
  • Turning Earth into Mars?
  • Hidden Bee Killers?
  • Battlefields to Farmfields
  • America's Dirty Secret: Coal Ash
  • India: Coughing up Coal
  • Exposed: Killing Dolphins - Dying for Lobsters
  • Peru: Dolphins Slaughtered for Shark Bait
  • Inside the Climate Wars: A Conversation with Michael Mann
  • Young Voices for the Planet
  • Tanzania: Google-Powered Chimpanzee Conservation
  • Japan: Smart Green Homes on the Horizon
  • UNSAFE: The Truth Behind Everyday Chemicals
  • Earth Focus
  • Earth Observatory
    Sat Aug 2 07:44:23 2014 GMT
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  • Arctic Melt Pond
  • Lake Mead Still Shrinking
  • Seeing through Sakha’s Smoke
  • New posts in the Earth Matters blog - More Melt Ponds
  • New posts in the Earth Matters blog - A View to Remember
  • New posts in the Elegant Figures blog - My Favorites
  • New posts in the Elegant Figures blog - Adjusting the Range: How to Scale Data
  • New posts in the Elegant Figures blog - The Difference between Night and Day
  • New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - Charting MABEL's course
  • New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - Deep Blue Water and a Roller Coaster Ride
  • New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - A Pilot’s Life at 65,000 Feet over Alaska
  • Earth Science Picture of the Day
    Sat Aug 2 07:44:29 2014 GMT
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  • Fireflies in Southern Michigan
  • Bioluminescence and Galactic Glow
  • Another Look at PanSTARRS K1
  • Mirage at Ile-Tudy, Brittany, France
  • Colors on the Facade of an Office Building
  • Full Moon of July 2014
  • Miniature Medusa
  • Crystals and Droplets on Airplane Windows
  • Fog Funnel
  • Hail Storm in Salem County, New Jersey
  • Earthquakes M>2.5
    Wed May 8 15:00:04 2013 GMT
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  • May 08, 2013 13:34:02 GMT M 4.6, near the south coast of Papua, Indonesia
  • May 08, 2013 13:30:03 GMT M 2.8, Northern California
  • May 08, 2013 11:18:13 GMT M 4.5, near the east coast of Honshu, Japan
  • May 08, 2013 09:12:36 GMT M 2.6, Hawaii region, Hawaii
  • May 08, 2013 08:08:13 GMT M 4.5, Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
  • May 08, 2013 07:58:11 GMT M 2.5, western Texas
  • May 08, 2013 07:28:35 GMT M 4.2, Maug Islands region, Northern Mariana Islands
  • May 08, 2013 05:53:40 GMT M 4.2, northern Qinghai, China
  • May 08, 2013 05:32:39 GMT M 3.2, Puerto Rico region
  • May 08, 2013 04:24:24 GMT M 2.8, Nevada
  • May 08, 2013 04:22:57 GMT M 2.9, offshore Washington
  • May 08, 2013 02:17:25 GMT M 2.9, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
  • May 08, 2013 02:12:46 GMT M 2.5, Central California
  • May 08, 2013 00:27:53 GMT M 4.9, Vanuatu region
  • May 08, 2013 00:10:41 GMT M 4.4, south of the Fiji Islands
  • May 07, 2013 23:52:56 GMT M 2.5, British Columbia, Canada
  • May 07, 2013 22:40:47 GMT M 2.9, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
  • May 07, 2013 22:35:39 GMT M 4.4, northern Sumatra, Indonesia
  • May 07, 2013 22:21:49 GMT M 2.9, Virgin Islands region
  • Ecology News
    Fri Aug 1 13:45:14 2014 GMT
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  • Ecosystems can have their fish, and we can eat them too
  • Finding long-term links between weather and cattle production
  • No walk in the park for S. Africa's embattled game rangers
  • Invasive lionfish likely safe to eat after all
  • Study of bigeye tuna in Northwest Atlantic uses new tracking methods
  • Man 'expelled from Croatia for punching monk seal'
  • Brother of Hibiscus is found alive and well on Maui
  • Boat noise impacts development and survival of sea hares
  • Thai Airways bans shark fin from cargo flights
  • Classic Lewis Carroll character inspires new ecological model
  • Saving seeds the right way can save the world's plants
  • Fish experience heart failure as water temperature rises
  • Australians called on to rescue dwindling river life
  • CSIRO releases Spanish version of free pesticide risk tool
  • Poachers threaten new slaughter of South African elephants
  • Major turtle nesting beaches protected in 1 of the UK's far flung overseas territories
  • Japan wraps up Pacific whale hunt
  • Algae under threat from invasive fish
  • Ecoshock Radio
    Tue Jul 29 19:44:30 2014 GMT
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  • Desperately Seeking Solutions
  • THE BIG PICTURE - Like It Or Not
  • Climate Change - We Don't Want It
  • 96F/36C Degrees in the Shade!
  • Planet Code Red
  • El Nino Storms the World?
  • What to Do While Waiting (for the Crash)
  • A Climate Beyond Imagination
  • Religion Versus Climate Science
  • Climate Change Has Arrived
  • Rapid Collapse
  • ENN Headlines
    Fri Aug 1 16:44:42 2014 GMT
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  • Surf's Up for Clean Technology
  • Underestimating the Impacts of Old-Growth Logging
  • Defending against sea level rise could make the problem worse
  • Drilling in the Dark
  • Nesting Implications for the Northern Gulf Loggerhead
  • Boat noise impacts development and survival of marine invertebrates
  • CO2 decrease cause of Antarctic ice sheet growth in ice age
  • Importance of Air Quality and Employee Productivity
  • Catching Waves in the Arctic
  • Green Turtle success story
  • General Motors, OnStar, EV's and the Smart Grid
  • Turtle Talk: Exactly how do turtles communicate?
  • Do "Fat taxes" work?
  • Ozone + Rising Temperatures = Problems for Food Security
  • Industrial lead pollution beat explorers to the South Pole by 22 years
  • Coffee Rust in Guatemala
  • How to encourage recycling and feed stray animals at the same time!
  • Astro Physics has a new mystery
  • Environment Video
    Tue Jul 29 10:46:26 2014 GMT
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  • After the deluge: why Basingstoke is still vulnerable to floods video
  • Apple goes green with solar-powered data centres video
  • Rare Amur leopard cubs born in Twycross zoo - video
  • Carbon tax repeal means budget emergency claims ludicrous, Christine Milne says video
  • Canoe to work? An alternative way to commute in London - video
  • Supermoon: views from around the world - video
  • Typhoon Neoguri moves north across Japan - video
  • A Rational Fear: A nuclear winter Olympics - video
  • Penny Wong lambasts 'arrogant' Abbott government's push to gag carbon debate - video
  • Japan to resume 'research' whaling in 2015 video
  • Formula E racing 'makes electric cars more sexy' - video
  • Surf's up: dive into our digital wave machine video
  • Jacques Cousteau's grandson surfaces after record 31 days underwater - video
  • Nasa launches carbon-hunting satellite - video
  • Let the child go wild: foraging on the edge of Europe - video
  • Atkins Ciwem environmental film of the year 2014: the toxic price of leather - video
  • Clive Palmer says he will vote to repeal carbon tax video
  • Fish-eating spiders discovered by scientists video
  • Environmental Journalists Tipsheet
    Fri Feb 28 14:46:39 2014 GMT
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  • "Bakken Crude, Rolling Through Albany"
  • "FEMA Flood Insurance Law Faces Partial Repeal Over Premiums"
  • "Heat Extremes Increase Despite Global Warming Hiatus: Scientists"
  • "Legislation To Control Climate Change Begins To Circle the Globe"
  • "Rules Set for Oil Testing in Atlantic Ocean"
  • "Sorry, California. A Little Rain Isn't Going to Save You."
  • "Tesla Lays Out Details for Massive Proposed Battery Factory"
  • More Changes, And Maybe a Special Session, For WV Tank Bill
  • Mystery Surrounds Massive Die-Off of Oysters, Scallops Off B.C. Coast
  • WV DEP Finds More Chemical Tanks Near Water
  • "Acidic Water Blamed for West Coast Scallop Die-Off"
  • "Gulp: Climate Change May Be Causing a Global Coffee Shortage"
  • "Judge Rules for Luminant in Sierra Club Suit"
  • "NY State Expects All Utilities to Prep for Climate Change"
  • "Rail Cars Used To Ship Oil Called 'Unacceptable'"
  • "Regulator Declines To Set Date for New Rail Tank Car Safety Rules"
  • "Senators: Keystone Pipeline Needs Review for Health Impacts"
  • "Smell of Forest Pine Can Limit Climate Change --Researchers"
  • Environmental Visualization Lab
    Fri May 16 22:29:02 2014 GMT
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  • Classic ENSO temperature patterns
  • Rapid Scan Shows Severe Weather in the Central U.S.
  • The High Variability of Global Albedo
  • Super Typhoon Haiyan Impacts the Philippines
  • New Research and Forecast Model Simulates Sandy-type Storms
  • Hurricane Sandy One Year Later
  • NOAA Model Shows Wildfire Smoke Spread Across the U.S.
  • 10 Years of Weather History in 3 Minutes
  • Hurricane Katrina (2005) Colorized IR
  • Saharan Dust Cloud Travels Across Atlantic
  • Green: Vegetation on Our Planet (Tour of Earth)
  • Green: Vegetation on Our Planet (Spinning Earth)
  • Measuring Vegetation from Space
  • Green: Vegetation on Our Planet (Flat Earth)
  • June 13, 2013 Storms on the East Coast
  • Shirley Murillo - On Using Radars Mounted to Hurricane Hunter Aircraft
  • High Speed Imagery of the Oklahoma Tornadoes
  • Bob Kuligowski - On Using Satellite Data to Monitor Flash Floods
  • Arctic Ice Breaks Up in Beaufort Sea
  • Forest Issues WWF
    Tue Jun 17 10:46:53 2014 GMT
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  • Paper path to sustainability and social responsibility unveiled
  • New fund a major boost for Amazon protection
  • WWF responds to ambitious APP plan for restoration and conservation of one million hectares
  • WWF and Mondi to sustain ecosystems through responsible business practices
  • Can Indonesia's notorious deforesters turn over a new leaf?
  • WWF welcomes APRIL Sustainable Forest Management Policy
  • Hidden soy on supermarket shelves masks assault on nature
  • A WWF restoration project in Hungary brings life back to a Danube island
  • Deforestation rates in Brazil surge, after years of progress to slow forest loss
  • Palm oil sustainability body boosts complaints handling, mapping requirements
  • Companies disclose ecological footprint of 82 million tonnes of pulp and paper
  • WWF launches Green Heart of Europe to protect nature across 12 countries
  • NGOs give Asian pulp and paper giant performance test on promises
  • Paraguay extends Zero Deforestation Law to 2018
  • Certification scheme PEFC urged to follow Forest Stewardship Council lead on APRIL deforestation
  • Pulp and paper giant dodges deforestation probe
  • WWF recommends against paper purchases from APP as doubts mount on deforestation pledge
  • WWF calls for zero burn laws as hotspot analysis fingers pulp and palm oil industries
  • Friends of the Earth
    Sat Aug 2 04:44:57 2014 GMT
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  • Friends of the Earth heaps on the Peer pressure
  • Blog: Why 'Cheap Greens' are neither green nor cheap
  • Blog: Government action on energy efficiency is failing - can Labour do better?
  • The top news stories of the week
  • Support community renewables
  • The latest climate science
  • Reclaim power: month of action on energy
  • Blog: Politicians are asleep on the job - scientists issue climate wake-up call
  • The top news stories of the week
  • Blog: Conservative conference: pick up the pace, or pick up the pieces?
  • Thoughts on the "Truth about Fracking"
  • Blog: Scientists to report on climate change - our top four predictions
  • Blog: What's the strategy for industrial strategy?
  • Blog: Biofuels - decision time for Europe
  • Blog: Balcombe to Quebec to Yasuni national park - communities fight back
  • GAIA Tribe
    Sat Jul 19 22:49:01 2014 GMT
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  • Healing Practice Open To All Everywhere : Medicine Buddha
  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama : introduction, current international schedule, resources
  • Bee Colony Collapse : A Clear And Present Danger to Agriculture - Background, Nongovernmental Organi...
  • Online resource : “Black Seed, A Green Anarchist Journal” Issue #1 Spring 2014 A review ...
  • Hindu Astrology/ Jyotish, Ayurveda & guardian angel purification and protection practices for Jy...
  • Save the children - Kidnapping and enslavement of girls in Nigeria by Islamic militants
  • The Seven Line Prayer - A Wizard Chant ( Plus Extended Article & Many Event Dates )
  • Best dating sites for older men and younger women
  • His Holiness the 17th Karmapa - Itinerary, Background, and Major Teaching References
  • Book References for Plant Spirit Shamanism / Healing
  • West Coast Tantric Initiations San Francisco + Maitripa College Portland Oregon + Seattle Wa. / many...
  • Omnia - Pagan Folk Lore ( concert ) "Can you feel alive today?"
  • Tantric Initiations 2014 : North America & Europe by HH Sakya Trizin the Principal Sakya Lineage...
  • younger women looking for older men
  • new Shaman Strings CD "Sum of the One"
  • Shamanism : Statements and Criticism
  • Native American Songs and Teaching
  • The Perennial Mandala Calendar Poster
  • GMO News
    Sat Aug 2 04:45:09 2014 GMT
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  • No decision on GM crops says Javadekar
  • Scientists oppose experiments on GM crops
  • Frankenfood Got You Scared? Try Ghost Food.
  • 1 of the 2,000 Articles Supporting GMO Safety
  • Enhancement of the synthesis of n-3 PUFAs in fat-1 transgenic mice inhibits mTORC1
  • No decision on GM crops: Prakash Javadekar
  • K14-EGFP-miR-31 transgenic mice have high susceptibility to chemical-induced squamous
  • The grounds of the appeal to a genetically modified canola court decision is still
  • Guest Commentary: Not all foods will require GMO labels under Colorado initiative
  • A semi-automated motion-tracking analysis of locomotion speed in the C. elegans
  • Cognitive Deficits in Transgenic and Knock-in HTT Mice Parallel those in Huntington's
  • Transition from an M1 to a mixed neuroinflammatory phenotype increases amyloid deposition
  • China's GM rice infects food chain
  • Hay exporters unsure of China's GMO requirements
  • Not all foods will require GMO labels under Colorado initiative
  • Senior scientists condemn "shocking" decision of GEAC to approve GMO field trials
  • Unilever vs. Ben & Jerry's in Battle Over GMO Labeling
  • Ben & Jerry's GMO food label fight puts parent Unilever in a squeeze - pundits
  • Google Earth Files
    Wed May 21 01:45:18 2014 GMT
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  • Eyes on the Forest Sumatra: Google Maps Engine maps
  • EcoFire - Managing fire in the Kimberley
  • Eyes on the Forest: Sumatra
  • Explore a Minefield with The HALO Trust
  • The Transformation of Crissy Field
  • Wrong Climate for Damming Rivers
  • Bukit Tigapuluh: Saving Thirty Hills
  • Redwood Watch: Finding the Redwood Forests of Tomorrow
  • Mangroves of Mexico
  • Defending the Rivers of the Amazon
  • Black Tides: The Worst Oil Spills in History
  • The CO2 Bubble...
  • All the Water in the World...
  • Sumatran Forest: Mapping Deforestation
  • Flooding Borneo's rainforest: Sarawak's confidential dam plans 2008-2020
  • Disappearing Forests of the World..
  • Black Tides: The Worst Oil Spills in History
  • Greenpeace News
    Fri Aug 1 16:33:01 2014 GMT
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  • Return of the Arctic Sunrise
  • Updates from the Arctic Sunrise activists
  • Arrest of forest rights activists symbolic of what's wrong in India
  • Tasty food has always been part of culture, leaping through time and civilizations
  • LEGO, Dump Shell to stop the #TweetSpill
  • The latest World Nuclear Industry Status Report: more bad news for nuclear power, good news for publ...
  • Cargill's palm oil commitment
  • Venice is at the heart of climate change debate
  • Gil Scott-Heron's anti-nuclear song speaks to us across 40 years
  • The nuclear industry isn't planning for the next unthinkable catastrophe
  • Greenpeace Video
    Wed Jul 11 07:21:21 2012 GMT
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  • A Homeless Polar Bear in London - Ft. Jude Law and Radiohead
  • Vicious Circle - narrated by John Hurt
  • Something Will Happen - a poem by Gustaf SkarsgÃ¥rd
  • The Amazon: Earth's Largest Rainforest
  • Cleaning the Cloud Around the World
  • Amazon forest activists stop cargo ship linked to deforestation
  • Message from Gillian Anderson: Save the Amazon
  • Greenpeace-activists protest against Shells Arctic Icebreaker Nordica
  • Apple - Introducing iCoal
  • Brazilian Friend Finder
  • Stick to that story: Amazon's Dirty Cloud
  • Mustache Surprise? There's an app for that - Apple's Dirty Cloud
  • Talk Business to Me - Microsoft's Dirty Cloud
  • West Africa's Marine Bushmeat
  • Message from Kristin Bauer: Save the Amazon
  • Dirty little secret
  • A Fisherman's Flight to Europe
  • Detox: A song about PeoplePower and Winning!
  • Great Bear Rainforest PSA - 40 years of Greenpeace victories
  • Grist
    Sat Aug 2 01:46:46 2014 GMT
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  • The country could supply all of California with water if we fixed our leaky pipes
  • New Orleans school won’t be built atop a toxic dump — for now
  • Straussed out? Listen to wind turbine version of Blue Danube
  • More people drive to work if you give them free parking and transit passes
  • Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse schools climate deniers in Senate, drops mic
  • Why is this union fighting Obama’s power plant regulations while saying it supports climate ac...
  • Sierra Club honors environmental justice. Who’s next?
  • Watch drought take over the entire state of California in one GIF
  • As residents leave this Detroit street, it sprouts art
  • How to forage for wild berries
  • Patagonia makes waves with plant-based wetsuits and obligatory weed jokes
  • Using Airbnb is greener than staying in hotels
  • Cargill promises to get right with palm oil
  • The EPA’s struggle to combat water pollution
  • This GOP candidate says he’s cracking down on coal pollution — but green groups say that...
  • The U.S. cities with the worst climate change-related flooding
  • Ask Umbra: What’s the most eco-friendly way to get rid of this sexy stubble?
  • Are there two different versions of environmentalism, one “white,” one “black”?
  • Hurricane Center (Atlantic)
    Wed Sep 17 15:46:56 2008 GMT
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  • There are no tropical cyclones at this time.
  • Atlantic Tropical Weather Outlook
  • Hurricane Center (Pacific)
    Wed Sep 17 15:46:56 2008 GMT
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  • There are no tropical cyclones at this time.
  • East Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook
  • If You Love This Planet
    Wed May 14 22:46:42 2014 GMT
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  • Dr. Helen Caldicott interviewed by Bob Herbert about her latest book, “Loving This Planet”
  • Best of 2011: Dr. Caldicott’s speech in New Hampshire three weeks after Fukushima
  • Subhankar Banerjee on how corporate resource wars and global warming are decimating native peoples a...
  • Marion Pack on the many safety risks at the San Onofre nuclear power plant and how a Fukushima-type ...
  • Tom Engelhardt on Washington’s increasing war focus to the exclusion of everything else and it...
  • Holly Barker on the devastating ongoing effects of mid-century U.S. nuclear weapons testing on the M...
  • Brian D. Victoria on Buddhism’s role in Japan and on freeing societies from tribalistic thinking
  • Jay Harman on the enormous promise of biomimicry to create more efficient technologies
  • Prof. Wayne Getz on facing global warming tipping points including hurricanes and other weather cata...
  • Donna Mulhearn on her work to protect innocent Iraqi and Palestinian civilians from the ravages of war
  • Kathy Kelly on America’s resource domination agenda in Afghanistan and Iraq, and its increasin...
  • David Freeman on the urgency of fighting the nuclear, gas and coal industries to save the Earth
  • Helena Norberg-Hodge on building sustainable local economies
  • Best of 2011: Col. Ann Wright on opposing war and U.S. military corruption
  • Chris Maser on the changes in thinking needed to save the environment
  • Dr. Wladimir Wertelecki on birth defects caused by Chernobyl and how nuclear power devastates human ...
  • Phil Caldicott on the the science and environmental impact of wine production
  • Arnold Gundersen with another update on the unfolding effects of the Fukushima disaster
  • Illegal Logging
    Wed Jul 3 19:01:03 2013 GMT
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  • The lengths illegal wood will travel
  • 3 Signs of Progress in Curbing the Illegal Wood Trade
  • Greenpeace Finds Illegal DRC Wood at Danzer Group Czech Facility
  • Côte d'Ivoire cracks down on illegal wood bound for EU
  • NGO calls for action as report reveals EU’s deforestation footprint is twice as big as China a...
  • APP reports accidental breach of deforestation moratorium
  • Exporting legal timber products from the Asia Pacific region – it can be done
  • G8 Leaders Recognize the Urgency of Addressing Illegal Trade in Wildlife
  • Straightening Out Accounts on Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon
  • Australia: millions lost as thieves target timber
  • Migratory Bird Center
    Sat Jul 20 04:46:07 2013 GMT
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    Mountaintop Removal
    Sat Aug 2 07:45:00 2014 GMT
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  • USGS halts research on mountaintop removal's public-health effects - Charleston Gazette
  • Mountaintop removal for coal hurts water quality and harms fish, study says - Washington Post
  • Independent Ed Rabel Rips Casey and Mooney for Supporting Mountaintop ... - Morgan County USA
  • Quakers, others protest mountaintop removal at PNC offices - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  • Appeals court upholds EPA's mountaintop removal crackdown - Charleston Gazette
  • Another court victory for EPA -- this time on mountaintop-removal rules - Grist
  • EPA Court Victories Pile Up: It's Time To End Mountaintop Removal - Huffington Post
  • Appeals Court Rules in Favor of EPA in Mountaintop Removal Case - WFPL
  • Rep. Bob Gibbs decries Environmental Protection Agency permit veto for ... - The Plain Dealer
  • NASA Earth News
    Tue Jul 29 13:44:57 2014 GMT
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  • Satellite Study Reveals Parched U.S. West Using Up Underground Water
  • NASA Kicks Off Field Campaign to Probe Ocean Ecology, Carbon Cycle
  • Major Air Pollution Studies to Converge Over Denver
  • NASA Launches New Carbon-Sensing Mission to Monitor Earth’s Breathing
  • NASA Launches Earth Science Challenges with OpenNEX Cloud Data
  • College Students Study Earth From NASA's DC-8 Flying Lab
  • NASA Sets Media Events for OCO-2 Launch from California
  • New NASA Space Observatory to Study Carbon Conundrums
  • Media Advisory: Signing Ceremony scheduled June 9 for new Mid-Atlantic Coastal Resiliency Institute
  • NatGeo Photo of the Day
    Sat Aug 2 04:45:44 2014 GMT
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  • Sahara's Edge
  • Night on the Boulder River
  • Return to Nature
  • Celebration
  • Spotted
  • Standing Guard
  • Gold Dust
  • Shades of Green
  • Surf and Turf
  • Family Time at Gombe
  • Volcanic Selfie
  • Sweet Dreams
  • Sleeping Giant
  • Magic Eye
  • Freeze Frame
  • En Masse
  • Flying Confetti
  • Black and White
  • National Geographic News
    Fri Aug 1 22:47:21 2014 GMT
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  • Week's Best Space Pictures: Galaxies Stretch, Stars Tilt, and Mars Beckons
  • Q&A: Can Airlifting Rhinos Out of South Africa Save the Species?
  • Mind in the Mound: How Do Termites Build Their Huge Structures?
  • The Smithsonian Disassembles Its Dinosaurs
  • Promising Ebola Drugs Stuck in Lab Limbo as Outbreak Rages in Africa
  • Big Cities Beckoned the Brainy Across History
  • Oklahoma Grapples With Earthquake Spike—And Evidence of Industry's Role
  • Wooden Ship Unearthed at World Trade Center Site From Revolutionary-Era Philadelphia
  • The Extortion Plot That Shook France's Wine Country to Its Roots
  • 16-foot Waves Measured in Arctic Ocean Where There Was Once Only Ice
  • Astronomers Unravel Secrets of Weirdly Tilted Solar Systems
  • Amazing Maze: What Science Says About Solving Labyrinths
  • New Wildfire Science Shows That Small Steps Can Save Homes, Communities
  • Why Deadly Ebola Virus Is Likely to Hit the U.S. But Not Spread
  • Pictures: The World's Tigers—There Are Only 3,200 Left in the Wild
  • Was Six-Million-Year-Old Turd Auctioned for $10,000 a Faux Poo?
  • Fatal Strike a Rarity in "Lightning Proof" Southern California
  • Social Octopus Species Shatters Beliefs About Ocean Dwellers
  • Plants & Animals
    Fri Aug 1 19:46:21 2014 GMT
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  • Reptile Database surpasses 10,000 reptile species
  • Scientists name new species of cetacean: The Australian humpback dolphin
  • For stable flight, fruit flies sense every wing beat
  • Ten things to know about invasive fire ants on the march
  • For bats and dolphins, hearing gene prestin adapted for echolocation
  • New study advances 'DNA revolution,' tells butterflies' evolutionary history
  • Oldest rove beetle in the Omaliini tribe found in French amber
  • Why do snakes flick their tongues?
  • Researchers find selective eaters less likely to be eaten
  • 'Little janitor' merits attention in Florida springs' health debate, research shows
  • Bees able to spot which flowers offer best rewards before landing
  • When cooperation counts: Researchers find sperm benefit from grouping together in mice
  • Vocal variety in African penguins: Four basic vocalizations used for adult communication, two more f...
  • Man finds calico lobster, gives it to aquarium
  • Deep-sea octopus broods eggs for over 4 years—longer than any known animal
  • Study finds color and thickness of eggshells in wild birds related to light level exposure
  • Supportive moms and sisters boost female baboon's rank
  • Decades-old amber collection offers new views of a lost world (w/ Video)
  • PLoS Biology
    Tue Jul 29 19:46:00 2014 GMT
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  • Mitosis Gives a Brief Window of Opportunity for a Change in Gene Transcription
  • Intense Sperm-Mediated Sexual Conflict Promotes Reproductive Isolation in Caenorhabditis Nematodes
  • Rogue Sperm Indicate Sexually Antagonistic Coevolution in Nematodes
  • Natural Selection on Individual Variation in Tolerance of Gastrointestinal Nematode Infection
  • Codon-by-Codon Modulation of Translational Speed and Accuracy Via mRNA Folding
  • Structure of a Membrane-Embedded Prenyltransferase Homologous to UBIAD1
  • Schlemm's Canal Is a Unique Vessel with a Combination of Blood Vascular and Lymphatic Phenotypes...
  • Unique Origin of Eye Canal Combines Elements of Blood, Lymph Tube Development
  • Integration of Signals along Orthogonal Axes of the Vertebrate Neural Tube Controls Progenitor Compe...
  • Palmitoylation of Gephyrin Controls Receptor Clustering and Plasticity of GABAergic Synapses
  • Correction: The Wnt Receptor Ryk Reduces Neuronal and Cell Survival Capacity by Repressing FOXO Acti...
  • An Immunological Marker of Tolerance to Infection in Wild Rodents
  • Non-associative Potentiation of Perisomatic Inhibition Alters the Temporal Coding of Neocortical Lay...
  • Evolution of Sexes from an Ancestral Mating-Type Specification Pathway
  • What Are Little Boys and Girls Made of? The Origins of Sexual Dimorphism
  • Tracking Genomic Cancer Evolution for Precision Medicine: The Lung TRACERx Study
  • Calcineurin Mediates Synaptic Scaling Via Synaptic Trafficking of Ca2+-Permeable AMPA Receptors
  • Sex Determination: Why So Many Ways of Doing It?
  • Rainforest Action Network
    Mon Jun 2 19:50:16 2014 GMT
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  • Contested KLK Palm Oil Leases Declared Illegal by Papua New Guinea Court
  • Global Day of Action Targets Conflict Palm Oil; Activists Say PepsiCo’s New Commitment ‘...
  • Report Finds Sector-Wide Shift as Publishing Industry Embraces Social and Environmental Responsibility
  • Shareholders Press Bank of America for Coal and Climate Finance
  • RAN Welcomes APP’s Commitment to Restore One Million Hectares of Rainforest
  • PepsiCo Focus of Major New Palm Oil Campaign by Rainforest Action Network, Union of Concerned Scient...
  • Report Finds Top Banks Moving Away From Coal: Citigroup and Barclays seen as laggard
  • Cargill Announces Intent to Strengthen its Palm Oil Policy
  • Report: Child Labor, Land Grabbing and Deforestation Rampant Across Palm Oil Giant KLK’s Opera...
  • Scripps Institute
    Wed May 29 19:47:39 2013 GMT
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  • Public Lecture at Scripps Explores Darwin's Deep Connection to the Ocean
  • New Center Targets Ocean Contaminants and Human Health
  • James Cameron to be Publicly Honored with Scripps Nierenberg Prize
  • Carbon Dioxide at Mauna Loa Observatory reaches new milestone: Tops 400 ppm
  • Birch Aquarium at Scripps Announces Summer Perspectives Lecture Speakers
  • Experience a Full-Moon Walk on Scripps Pier with Birch Aquarium at Scripps
  • New Book Outlines the Unique Challenges Climate Instability Poses to Southwest
  • Nancy Knowlton Elected to Prestigious Science Organizations
  • Bizarre Bone Worms Emit Acid to Feast on Whale Skeletons
  • Celebrate 'SEA Days' this Summer at Birch Aquarium at Scripps
  • Sea Shepherd Conservation
    Fri Aug 1 19:48:58 2014 GMT
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  • Sea Shepherd Crews Brave Nasty Conditions to Save an Entire Pod of Whales in the Faroes
  • Pamela Anderson Arrives in the Faroe Islands to Show Support for Operation GrindStop 2014
  • Actress Pamela Anderson to Visit Sea Shepherd’s Pilot Whale Defense Campaign, “Operation...
  • Victory! Southwest Airlines to End Long-Time Partnership with SeaWorld
  • Brigitte Bardot and the Cape Verde Shearwaters
  • Sea Shepherd to Table on Select Dates of Aerosmith’s “Let Rock Rule” U.S. Tour
  • Opposing the Horrific Depravity of Senseless Slaughter in the Faroe Islands
  • Are you Listening, Rex Tillerson?
  • The Asahi Shimbun on Taiji with a Point-by-Point Rebuttal by Captain Paul Watson
  • Divers for the Oceans: Champion Freedivers Join Sea Shepherd to End Cetacean Slaughter in the Coves
  • NOAA Grants SeaWorld Permit to Import Captive Dolphin Kirara from Japan
  • Note to All the Pro-Whale Murdering Sea Shepherd Haters in the Faroe Islands
  • CALL TO ACTION: Oppose the Planned Killing of 16,000 Cormorants Along the Columbia River
  • Sea Shepherd Summit 2014
  • Captain Paul Watson Needs You. The Whales Need You.
  • Why Are Whales and Dolphins Killed in the Faroe Islands?
  • Operation GrindStop Field Report - June 23, 2014
  • Emperor’s Dish, or the Emperor’s New Clothes?
  • Threatened Species Redlist
    Wed Jul 30 19:21:03 2014 GMT
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  • Enforcement paying off for the Atlantic humpback dolphin of Western Africa
  • Javan Rhinos: Rangers protect the unseen
  • More good news for Saola as rangers collect over 7,800 snares
  • Systemic pesticides pose global threat to biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Iconic Okavango Delta becomes 1,000th World Heritage site
  • Protection of key Timneh parrot breeding area underway
  • IUCN welcomes emphatic ‘no’ to extractives in World Heritage
  • Illegal trade puts more World Heritage sites in danger
  • Remembering Dra Ángela Leiva Sánchez
  • Saola Field Notes: Reconnaissance patrol into the Kalo region of the Xe Sap National Protected Area,...
  • IUCN Red List raises more red flags for threatened species
  • International sporting personalities United for Wildlife
  • Shark specialists prioritize recovery of world’s largest, most threatened rays
  • Nature's A-list to debate a sustainable future for the planet
  • New technologies making it easier to protect threatened species
  • World First! Captive-bred Mangrove finches released into natural habitat
  • Poachers Lose Motorbikes at Chu Mom Ray National Park, Viet Nam
  • Success! Unique Sierra Caral, Guatemala is declared a National Protected Area
  • Building hope for Endangered ducks in Prey Veng, Cambodia
  • Treehugger
    Fri Aug 1 13:46:53 2014 GMT
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  • 5 ideas for cultivating screen resistance
  • TreeHugger Founder Graham Hill on our 10th Anniversary
  • Happy Birthday, TreeHugger is Ten!
  • Photo: Macaque mother and baby
  • This company sends safe and effective green cleaning products straight to your door
  • Whatever happened to: Your morning coffee?
  • We want to recycle more; we just need more places to do it
  • Living amphitheater is built with tubular straw wattles
  • What if politicians talked about fracking like this?
  • Beetle shell inspired pavilion is woven by robots (Video)
  • Summer reading list for locavores, home cooks, and foodies of all types
  • Photo: Little cypress tree
  • Wake up to coffee, brewed in style by your clock radio
  • Yikes! California's extreme drought could last "a decade or more", 2014 driest year in...
  • Fifty buck fridge keeps your food cool without electricity
  • Onion: 'Countless Invasive Species Detained In EPA Black Sites'
  • Google offers $1,000,000 to shrink solar power inverter technology
  • 2 recipes for DIY dry shampoo
  • Volcanic Activity Report
    Wed Jul 30 18:30:02 2014 GMT
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  • Aira (Japan) - Report for 23 July-29 July 2014
  • Weather Underground
    Fri Aug 1 22:52:06 2014 GMT
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  • Tropical Storm Bertha Hits the Lesser Antilles
  • Tropical Storm Bertha Nearing Lesser Antilles Islands
  • 93L Fighting Dry Air, But Could be a Tropical Depression
  • Little Change to 93L
  • 93L in Middle Atlantic Close to Tropical Depression Status
  • Yale Environment 360
    Thu Jul 31 16:51:28 2014 GMT
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  • U.S. Public Is as Split on Environmental Spending as Congress, Study Finds
  • Interview: Making the Rights of Farm Animals a Basic Green Issue
  • Making Farm Animal Rights A Fundamental Green Issue
  • New Maps of Peru Forests Could Help Set Conservation Priorities
  • Danish Wind Power To Be Half The Price of Coal and Natural Gas by 2016
  • Trees Save Lives and $7 Billion in Health Costs Annually, Forest Service Finds
  • Why Restoring Wetlands Is More Critical Than Ever
  • Southwestern U.S. Aquifers Are Extremely Low, NASA Data Show
  • Protecting Community Forests Can Be Major Tool in Climate Fight, Study Says
  • French Grocer Sees Major Success in Marketing "Inglorious" Fruits and Vegetables
  • Earth Observation Satellites Help Scientists Better Understand Global Change
  • Costs of Urban Light Pollution Highlighted in Citizen Science Effort
  • India Doubles Coal Tax to Fund Ambitious Clean Energy Initiatives
  • Primate Rights vs Research: Battle in Colombian Rainforest
  • Germany Tops Energy-Efficiency Ranking and U.S. Scores Near Bottom
  • Google Street View Maps Show Extent of Methane Leaks in Cities
  • Scientists Look for Causes of Baffling Die-Off of Sea Stars
  • Politics and Education Affect When People Search for Climate Information, Study Finds

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