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Amazon Biodiversity
Thu Mar 20 20:43:17 2014 GMT

  • 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
  • Yasuni could still be spared oil drilling
  • Bird extravaganza: scientists discover 15 new species of birds in the Amazon
  • Crazy cat numbers: unusually high jaguar densities discovered in the Amazon rainforest
  • NGO: conflict of interests behind Peruvian highway proposal in the Amazon
  • Amazon: the world's greatest rainforest or internet giant?
  • 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
    Wed Apr 16 19:43:12 2014 GMT
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  • 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)
  • Colombia establishes giant rainforest park to protect 'uncontacted' tribes
  • Over 30 tons of explosives to be detonated in Manu National Park buffer zone
  • Indigenous carbon conservation project gets verification, will start generating credits
  • Scientists discover high mercury levels in Amazon residents, gold-mining to blame
  • Peru delays oil drilling in the Amazon to consult with indigenous peoples
  • Indigenous tribes say effects of climate change already felt in Amazon rainforest
  • Judge halts military-backed dam assessment in Brazil's Amazon
  • Landowner who allegedly ordered Amazon murders acquitted
  • Amazon River
    Thu Jan 23 23:43:17 2014 GMT
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  • 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 river ecosystems being rapidly degraded, but remain neglected by conservation efforts
  • Dams are rapidly damning the Amazon
  • Brazilian bank approves $10.8 billion loan for controversial Amazon rainforest dam
  • Amazon Watch News
    Sat Apr 19 19:43:25 2014 GMT
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  • Illegal Logging "Plagues" the Peruvian Amazon
  • Environmentalist Kicked Out of Chevron-Sponsored Event
  • Ecuadorian Military Breaks Yasunidos Blockade
  • Environmental Activist Forcibly Removed from Chevron-Sponsored Event
  • Colombia’s U’wa – Two Decades Later, Fighting On
  • "Rivers Teach Us to Ignore Borders and Continue the Struggle"
  • Major Victory in Effort to Limit Oil Drilling in Ecuadorian Amazon
  • We Did It! ¡Todos Somos Yasunidos!
  • UK Oil Company to Expand in Territories of "Isolated" Amazon Tribes
  • Environmentalists Have Signatures for Referendum on Ecuador Oil Development
  • What Could David Beckham’s BBC Film Say About the Brazilian Amazon?
  • Ecuador Faces Vote on Yasuni Park Oil Drilling in Amazon
  • Belo Monte Under Renewed Legal Attack
  • Indigenous Leaders Targeted in Battle to Protect Forests
  • "There Are Many Chico Mendes Around the World"
  • Search for Inca "Lost City" in Amazon May Endanger Indigenous People
  • They Razed Paradise and Put up a Soybean Lot
  • River Activists Visit Amazon Villages
  • Amazon Watch Video
    Thu Apr 17 19:20:02 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Thanks from Mayalu
  • Amazon Watch 8th Annual Luncheon Webcast
  • Amazon Watch 2013 Video Review
  • Welcome, Mayalú!
  • Voices of Xingu - Élio Alves da Silva
  • Vozes do Xingu - Élio Alves da Silva
  • Vozes do Xingu Português
  • Voices of Xingu
  • Botany Photo of the Day
    Fri Apr 18 16:43:24 2014 GMT
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  • Delphinium luteum
  • Meliosma oldhamii var. oldhamii
  • Rhododendron sp.
  • Isodendrion pyrifolium and Solanum incompletum
  • Nemastylis geminiflora
  • Pacific Spirit Regional Park
  • Zea mays (black-fruited selection)
  • Cornus mas
  • Rhododendron praevernum
  • Calliandra eriophylla
  • Theobroma grandiflorum
  • High Park
  • Ipheion uniflorum
  • Erythronium revolutum
  • Bactris gasipaes
  • Deep Sea News
    Sat Apr 19 19:43:59 2014 GMT
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  • Beyond the Plunder: The Misunderstood Life of Pirates
  • This sea slug is like a cross between a dinosaur, a jellyfish, and a watermelon
  • MH370 and the proverbial haystack.
  • A day at the beach with a pair of Oarfish
  • Why do beluga whales have love handles?
  • Zissou my Ocean
  • Amazing close-up video of Great Barrier Reef animals
  • The Floating Rocks of the South Pacific
  • Top 20 Frequently Asked Questions of Marine Scientists
  • Was there an epic war or an epic romance between this robot and a squid?
  • Earth Focus on Link TV
    Fri Mar 28 05:44:01 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Brazil: Indigenous People Map Heritage with Google Earth
  • The Unregulated Wild West of Cosmetics Chemicals
  • Asian Elephants in Peril
  • Faile Street: The Human Cost of Foreclosure
  • The Fossil Fuel Connection
  • Juneau Icefield Expedition II
  • Michael Mann: IPCC Downplaying Higher End Scenarios?
  • Toxic Futures: Untold Stories of Chemical Pollution
  • Earth Focus
  • Earth Observatory
    Sun Apr 20 01:45:35 2014 GMT
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  • Ship Wave Clouds Behind the Crozet Islands
  • Painting with Islands and Sunglint
  • Five Volcanoes Erupting at Once
  • Wildfire Burns Valparaiso, Chile
  • New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - An Appreciation for Satellite True Color Imagery
  • New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - On The Ice Sheet!
  • New posts in the Notes from the Field blog - Sampling the Global Ocean and a Note on Ocean...
  • Earth Science Picture of the Day
    Sat Apr 19 07:44:10 2014 GMT
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  • Geminid Meteors Observed Over Leiria, Portugal
  • Rainbow Fragment and Anticrepuscular Rays
  • Snow Eyes
  • Total Lunar Eclipse of April 15, 2014
  • Green Flash Turning Blue
  • Frost Flower Garden
  • Val Troncea, Italian Alps
  • Zodiacal Light, the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way
  • Lake Irene's Milky Way Mirror
  • Clouds and Fog in Caldera de Taburiente
  • 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
    Sat Apr 19 01:44:02 2014 GMT
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  • Stanford researchers rethink 'natural' habitat for wildlife
  • Plants with dormant seeds give rise to more species
  • Japan to hunt fewer whales in Pacific this season (Update)
  • Japan to continue scientific whaling in Pacific: reports
  • Scientists tether lionfish to Cayman reefs
  • Call for alternative identification methods for endangered species
  • Field study suggests islands and forest fragments are not as alike as thought
  • India's ancient mammals survived multiple pressures
  • Scientists solve the case of the red abalone die-off using forensic genomics
  • Declining catch rates in Caribbean green turtle fishery may be result of overfishing
  • California delays decision on protecting gray wolf
  • Japan lawmakers demand continued whaling
  • Shade grown coffee shrinking as a proportion of global coffee production
  • EU must take urgent action on invasive species
  • Fish exposed to antidepressants exhibit altered behavioral changes
  • Injection technique creates opportunities for more effective crop protection
  • Ranchers benefit from long-term grazing data
  • Diverse gene pool critical for tigers' survival
  • Ecoshock Radio
    Wed Apr 16 22:44:21 2014 GMT
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  • Religion Versus Climate Science
  • Climate Change Has Arrived
  • Rapid Collapse
  • The Center Sees The Edge
  • California Drought: Is this the big one?
  • Over the Climate Cliff
  • Home Planet Blues - 4 Voices
  • The Awful Truth About Fracking
  • Scandals of Nuclear Waste
  • Radio Ecoshock Green Music Festival 2013
  • Why Is The Weather So Crazy?
  • ENN Headlines
    Sat Apr 19 13:44:18 2014 GMT
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  • Hope on reducing air pollution in South East Asia
  • Weird and Mysterious: Scientists Find New Shark Species
  • The Atlantic Cup looks to raise awareness on Rhode Island’s increasingly polluted shorelines
  • US Greenhouse Gas Emissions Slightly Decreased in 2012
  • Greenland was green
  • Saving money with wasted heat
  • Scenario development yields environmental success story
  • Climate Change Reshaping Urban Tree Populations
  • Get Ready to Say Goodbye to Bananas
  • Human Life Expectancy Linked to Extinctions
  • Electric car numbers double in one year
  • Weather throws a curve
  • Moth Study Reveals Hidden Climate Change Impacts
  • Electricity Prices Fall In Europe As German Renewable Energy Output Increases
  • IPCC concludes: Renewable energy shift is a must
  • To bee or not to bee
  • Bats can help protect rice farms against pests
  • Climate Change: We have met the enemy and they are us
  • Environment Video
    Tue Apr 15 10:46:27 2014 GMT
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  • Canada starts annual seal hunt - video
  • Bubbling algae to timber cubes: IBA eco buildings in Hamburg - video
  • James Lovelock: we should give up on saving the planet video
  • David Attenborough lends support to new campaign to save Rwanda gorilla video
  • A Rational Fear: Tony Abbott's Green Army wants YOU! video
  • London pollution: heart disease and asthma sufferers should stay indoors, says Public Health England...
  • 'Unplug the unnecessary': the Chill Pill poetry collective on Earth Hour video
  • Gleaning up: harvesting tonnes of unwanted food video
  • Washington mudslide: four-year-old child rescued by helicopter - video
  • Saving Kosovo's 'restaurant bears'  video
  • Container gardening: ideas for small spaces and observing your garden with the Vertical Veg man - video
  • Vivienne Westwood takes a shower in public for Peta video
  • Hunters and protesters square off as duck season starts video
  • California cheese farm struggles amid persistent drought video
  • Paris enforces car ban to cut dangerous pollution levels video
  • Sumatran tiger cubs at London zoo video
  • Kemper coal: a test case of Barack Obama's climate plan - video
  • Rhino with horn hacked off filmed in South Africa 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 Apr 18 22:29:02 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • 20th Anniversary of the "Storm of the Century" March 1993
  • Early March Storm Affects Large Swath of the U.S.
  • Forest Issues WWF
    Thu Feb 20 11:44:49 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Chinese and Mozambique Governments Support Unique Training for Companies Operating Oversees
  • The Carpathian Convention at 10: On the map, but much left to do
  • Keeping an eye on deforestation
  • Friends of the Earth
    Sat Apr 19 01:44:12 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
  • The latest climate science
  • Reclaim power: month of action on energy
  • Support community renewables
  • The top news stories of the week
  • Blog: Conservative conference: pick up the pace, or pick up the pieces?
  • Blog: Politicians are asleep on the job - scientists issue climate wake-up call
  • 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: Fracking fallacies, love from Dave
  • GAIA Tribe
    Wed Apr 2 08:48:10 2014 GMT
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  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama : introduction, current international schedule, resources
  • 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
  • Hindu Astrology/ Jyotish, Ayurveda & guardian angel purification and protection practices for Jy...
  • The Perennial Mandala Calendar Poster
  • The 2013 Global Hemp Summit - you're invited!
  • Earth Day 2013
  • Echo 18
  • floating carnivorous island
  • Earth Talking?
  • Live earth view,...Streaming
  • Woopsi Dasy,....Where'd it go?
  • Freeganism survey for grad class
  • Proof that Consciousness Created All Things:
  • Harvesting Moonlight
  • GMO News
    Sun Apr 20 01:45:54 2014 GMT
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  • Hawaii is genetically engineered crop flash point
  • Impairments of long-term depression induction and motor coordination precede A�
  • Monsanto Loses GMO Labeling Battle in Vermont - newsletter from Organic Consumers
  • Hawaii is genetically engineered crop flash point
  • Hawaii, a critical spot for modern US corn, becomes flash point in genetic engineering
  • Secrecy And Lies: Government Collusion With The GM Biotech Sector In Britain
  • Hawaii critical for genetically engineered crops
  • GMO and proud of it
  • GM plants trial given go-ahead
  • GMA Calls VT GMO Labeling Law "Step in the Wrong Direction"
  • Is Monsanto Company Wrong About Pest Resistance?
  • France's Parliment Passes Law Prohibiting Cultivation Of GMO Corn
  • Brief Report: Loss of p15Ink4b Accelerates Development of Myeloid Neoplasms in Nup98-HoxD13
  • Vermont GMO Bill Step in Wrong Direction, Says GMA
  • Vermont set to be 1st U.S. state to require mandatory GMO food labels
  • The fight over GMO labeling
  • Hawaii is genetically engineered crop flash point (The Arizona Republic)
  • GMO fight rages on in Jackson County
  • Google Earth Files
    Sun Jan 13 20:45:51 2013 GMT
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  • 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
  • EDGE of Existance: Mammals
  • Greenpeace News
    Thu Apr 17 16:33:02 2014 GMT
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  • Atom Solar Suntrolley is here!
  • The Bees' Burden: why bees need our help and we need the help of bees
  • There are no human rights on a dead planet
  • Can the FSC logo ensure protection of the world’s most valuable forests?
  • How long before the magnificent marine life of the Bering Sea canyons is given sanctuary?
  • Divert excessive weapon spending to achieve clean energy future
  • Dear fossil fuel industry - it's over
  • Air, water, and climate – the triple whammy that ends China’s coal boom
  • Years of Living Dangerously: on a screen near you now!
  • How Germany is revolutionising its energy system. And who's standing in the way.
  • 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 Apr 19 13:44:37 2014 GMT
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  • Now available: 29 flavors of open source seeds, sans patents
  • A surprisingly pleasant song about plastic pollution
  • Three Gulf Coast victories scored since the BP spill
  • Obama delays Keystone decision — again
  • Ex-BP official got rich on Deepwater Horizon spill, gets busted
  • The week in GIFs: Mark Ruffalo edition
  • Making the road safe for biking’s nervous Nellies
  • BP claims mission accomplished in Gulf cleanup; Coast Guard begs to differ
  • Obama makes a push for solar power
  • These biologists created a gorgeous film about African glaciers
  • How BP turned a whole community into an endangered species
  • Chris Christie is still trying to force a pipeline through the New Jersey Pinelands
  • People of color contribute least to smog, yet breathe more of it. WTF?
  • Newly discovered gnat species named after Bill McKibben
  • Airbnb can make your dreams of running a brothel come true
  • Screw being ladylike on a bike
  • New hurricane maps will show whether your house could drown
  • Vermont poised to mandate GMO labels on food
  • 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
    Tue Jan 8 23:47:32 2013 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
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    Mountaintop Removal
    Sun Apr 20 01:46:17 2014 GMT
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  • Kathy Selvage: Mountaintop removal coal destroys the place we call home - Gainesville Sun
  • Willie Nelson's 'America The Beautiful' Takes Aim At Mountaintop Removal ... - Huffingto...
  • Willie Nelson Joins the Fight Against Mountaintop Removal - Country Weekly
  • America the Beautiful? Willie Nelson Sings to Protest Mountaintop Removal - Living Green Magazine
  • Mountaintop removal leads to sinkholes in Tazewell County - WVNS-TV
  • Spain - an end to Mountain Top Removal coal in Laciana Valley - The Ecologist
  • John Yarmuth and the mountaintop mining debate - The Courier-Journal
  • An end to Mountain Top Removal coal in Laciana Valley - SteelGuru
  • House attempts to block Obama coal-mine rules - The Courier-Journal
  • NASA Earth News
    Mon Mar 31 17:45:07 2014 GMT
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  • First Images Available from NASA-JAXA Global Rain and Snowfall Satellite
  • NASA's Operation IceBridge Begins New Arctic Campaign
  • Long-Term Warming Likely to Be Significant Despite Recent Slowdown
  • NASA Radar Demonstrates Ability to Foresee Sinkholes
  • Tournament Earth 2014: Which Image Will Win It?
  • NASA and JAXA Launch New Satellite to Measure Global Rain and Snow
  • NASA, JAXA Prepare Rain and Snow Satellite for Launch
  • NASA Premieres Unique Film on Water on Spherical Screen
  • NASA Set for a Big Year in Earth Science with Five New Missions
  • NatGeo Photo of the Day
    Sat Apr 19 04:45:06 2014 GMT
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  • Mise-en-Seine
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  • Two Different Lives
  • In a Fog
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  • Fast Tango
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  • Bright Eye
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  • Surfacing
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  • National Geographic News
    Sat Apr 19 22:44:56 2014 GMT
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  • Pictures: Climbing Everest Through History
  • State Department Further Postpones Keystone XL Decision
  • Opinion: On Easter, Jesus' Evolution Tells of Changing America
  • Sherpas Take Steep Risks for Life-Changing Pay
  • Warden Wounded in Africa's Oldest National Park Had Enemies
  • Photographer of Sherpas: Everest Avalanche "Will Be Spoken of for Generations"
  • Historic Tragedy on Everest, With 12 Sherpa Dead in Avalanche
  • Egypt's Population Boom Threatens Cultural Treasures
  • Mount Everest's Deadliest Day Puts Focus on Sherpas
  • Rescue of Ancient Ruin of Pompeii Follows New Plan
  • Best Space Pictures: Blood Moon, Auroras, and Rover Tracks
  • Convicted Drug Dealer Indicted for Selling Rhino Horns
  • Hundreds of Exoplanets, A Handful Right for Life
  • Kepler Spots Closest Thing Yet to Another Earth
  • Drunken Trees: Dramatic Signs of Climate Change
  • Chimpanzees Make Beds That Offer Them Best Night's Sleep
  • Chief Warden Shot in Africa's Oldest National Park
  • Honeybees in East Africa Resist Deadly Pathogens
  • Plants & Animals
    Fri Apr 18 13:45:35 2014 GMT
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  • Male monkey filmed caring for dying mate (w/ Video)
  • Orchid named after UC Riverside researcher
  • East African honeybees are safe from invasive pests... for now
  • Archaeological, genetic evidence expands views of domestication
  • In sex-reversed cave insects, females have the penises
  • Fear of the cuckoo mafia
  • Bee-flies and false widow spiders top Museum enquiry
  • Biologists help solve fungi mysteries
  • Lost sea lion in California found mile from water
  • More vets turn to prosthetics to help legless pets
  • Chimpanzees prefer firm, stable beds
  • Two new species of yellow-shouldered bats endemic to the Neotropics
  • Study shows exception to rule of lifespan for fliers, burrowers and tree dwellers
  • Offspring benefit from mum sending the right message
  • Scientists have named the 200th caecilian species
  • Lemurs match scent of a friend to sound of her voice
  • Australian brush-turkey eggs inspire ideas for germ-resistant coatings
  • Sibling cooperation in earwig families gives clues to early evolution of social behavior
  • PLoS Biology
    Tue Apr 15 22:45:55 2014 GMT
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  • The Powers of Participatory Medicine
  • Chronos: Stress Makes the Clock Tick
  • A Novel Protein, CHRONO, Functions as a Core Component of the Mammalian Circadian Clock
  • Machine Learning Helps Identify CHRONO as a Circadian Clock Component
  • Correction: Exocytosis of ATP From Astrocytes Modulates Phasic and Tonic Inhibition in the Neocortex
  • Correction: The Velvet Family of Fungal Regulators Contains a DNA-Binding Domain Structurally Simila...
  • Phytoplasma Effector SAP54 Hijacks Plant Reproduction by Degrading MADS-box Proteins and Promotes In...
  • Correction: Impairment of TrkB-PSD-95 Signaling in Angelman Syndrome
  • A Novel Regulatory T Cell Population in the Gut
  • CD4CD8αα Lymphocytes, A Novel Human Regulatory T Cell Subset Induced by Colonic Bacteria...
  • Endocytic Crosstalk: Cavins, Caveolins, and Caveolae Regulate Clathrin-Independent Endocytosis
  • Discovery of a “White-Gray-Opaque” Tristable Phenotypic Switching System in Candida albi...
  • Poverty, Disease, and the Ecology of Complex Systems
  • Lowered Insulin Signalling Ameliorates Age-Related Sleep Fragmentation in Drosophila
  • Will Roe Deer Persist in a Warmer World?
  • Mismatch Between Birth Date and Vegetation Phenology Slows the Demography of Roe Deer
  • Targeting Of Somatic Hypermutation By immunoglobulin Enhancer And Enhancer-Like Sequences
  • Coronin 1 Regulates Cognition and Behavior through Modulation of cAMP/Protein Kinase A Signaling
  • Rainforest Action Network
    Sat Apr 19 13:45:16 2014 GMT
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  • Cargill Announces Intent to Strengthen its Palm Oil Policy
  • Report: Child Labor, Land Grabbing and Deforestation Rampant Across Palm Oil Giant KLK’s Opera...
  • Rainforest Action Network Responds to General Mills’ New Palm Oil Commitment
  • Responsible Palm Oil Initiative Issues Invitation For New Members
  • Mars Inc. Responds to Palm Oil Controversy With New Global Commitment
  • Keystone XL Opponents Deliver 2 Million+ Comments
  • Progressive Groups Fighting Keystone Xl Pledge Strong Resistance
  • Forest Advocates to Staples: It’s Too Soon To Buy From Asia Pulp and Paper (APP)
  • Rainforest Action Network Statement in Response to State Department Probe of Keystone XL Review
  • 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
    Sat Apr 19 01:45:20 2014 GMT
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  • Healing Wishes For Conservationist Hero Emmanuel de Merode
  • Japan’s Northwest Pacific “not-for-purposes-of-scientific-research” Whale Killing ...
  • Western Australian Fisheries in league with Japanese Whale poachers
  • Japan’s Institute for Cetacean Research (ICR) Shames Themselves in Defiance of World Court Ruling
  • Undersized Sharks Caught on WA's Drum Lines Not Given Best Opportunity to Survive
  • Halal Whale Meat: The Latest Trickery of the Demonic Whaling Industry
  • The Jolly Roger Flying Proudly in Asia...
  • The Disgusting Truth Behind the Decline of Salmon in the Columbia River
  • Dutch Postcode Lottery Supports Sea Shepherd with 900,000 Euros
  • A New Chapter in Whale Conservation?
  • GrindStop 2014 Update
  • The Outlaws May Return to the Southern Ocean Despite the ICJ Verdict
  • The ICJ Verdict Was a Collective Effort
  • For Sea Shepherd - A Vindication
  • The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southern Ocean Whaling ‘Not For Scientifi...
  • Sea Shepherd Launches West Africa Anti-Poaching Campaign, “Operation Sunu Gaal”
  • “Bruce” Joins the Western Australia Shark Bait and Kill Observer’s Team
  • CALL TO ACTION: Only Four Days Remain to Urge NOAA to Protect Captive Orca Lolita!
  • Threatened Species Redlist
    Thu Apr 17 19:21:04 2014 GMT
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  • Aiming high: Can we reach global conservation goals?
  • Nepal celebrates ‘zero poaching year’ for rhino, tiger and elephant
  • Governments unite to conserve iconic Sargasso Sea
  • New eBook showcases amphibian photography
  • Protecting our wild inheritance
  • World Wildlife Day message from IUCN Director General
  • Emergency three-year action plan for lemurs
  • Professor Gordon McGregor Reid awarded the IUCN Species Survival Commission Chair's Citation of ...
  • World leaders clamp down on the illegal wildlife trade
  • UAE Taking a Step Forward to Stop Shark-Finning in the Middle East
  • United for Wildlife commits to tackle the illegal wildlife trade
  • Europe’s Big Five selected!
  • A global perspective on re-introduction
  • IUCN welcomes Total’s ‘no-go’ commitment in World Heritage sites
  • Conservation Groups Launch "Global Freshwater Fish BioBlitz", Inviting 'Citizen Scient...
  • Bat populations recovering in Europe but many still threatened
  • Launch of the first online Global Freshwater Biodiversity Atlas
  • European large carnivores: a surprising success story
  • A quarter of sharks and rays threatened with extinction
  • Treehugger
    Sat Apr 19 13:45:57 2014 GMT
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  • Newsletter readers select the top ten posts of the week
  • Photo: Shy Trillium
  • Aerial views of the uneasy geometries of urban sprawl by Christoph Gielen
  • Renewables = 92.1% of new US electricity capacity so far in 2014
  • Pons Avarcas keeps a family shoe craft alive
  • For $3000, you can own one of the world's smallest cafés
  • Cities need Goldilocks housing density – not too high or low, but just right
  • Paul Rudolph's Walker Guest House to be reconstructed in Sarasota
  • Grocery store chain bans all junk food from checkout aisles in the U.K.
  • Photo: Argentina’s lake district
  • Why cargo bikes are better than cars
  • This solar graph is so wicked it's titled "Welcome to the Terrordome"
  • It’s time for U.S. employers to go green
  • First wolf in a century spotted in the Czech Republic
  • CarbonCure concrete blocks store CO2 for a lower carbon footprint
  • Driver who texted 44 times before almost killing a cyclist: "I just don't care"
  • There are conflict minerals in your phone, but Congo Calling wants to change that
  • The future of transportation, as imagined by Disney in 1958 (video)
  • Volcanic Activity Report
    Thu Apr 17 18:30:02 2014 GMT
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  • Popocatépetl (Mexico) - Report for 9 April-15 April 2014 - NEW
  • Weather Underground
    Fri Apr 18 22:47:36 2014 GMT
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  • More Water For California: New Enormous Water Works Programs Are Expensive
  • California Drought/Polar Vortex Jet Stream Pattern Linked to Global Warming
  • Wunderground Launches Major Site Redesign and New Logo
  • IPCC: Cost of Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change Super-Affordable if We Act Now
  • Category 4 Tropical Cyclone Ita Hits Queensland, Australia
  • Yale Environment 360
    Fri Apr 18 13:47:16 2014 GMT
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  • Scale and Extent of China's Dam Rush Detailed in Map Project
  • Five Kamchatka Volcanoes Erupt Simultaneously, NASA Images Show
  • UN Panel Looks to Renewables As the Key to Stabilizing Climate
  • Studying a Polar Menagerie on an Island in Arctic Russia
  • Solar-Harvesting Windows Could Become Reality with Advances in Semiconductors
  • A Public Relations Drive to Stop Illegal Rhino Horn Trade
  • Despite Stark Warnings, IPCC Finds Some Signs of Hope on Climate
  • Parasitic Flatworm Could Be Major Threat to Coral Reefs, Scientists Say
  • Mapping Program Helps Cities See Money Saved by Planting Trees
  • Will Increased Food Production Devour Tropical Forest Lands?
  • On Far-Flung Wrangel Island, A Scientist Sizes up Muskoxen
  • 'Living Fences' Have Dramatically Cut Livestock and Lion Killings in Tanzania
  • A Personal Note on Peter Matthiessen, Who Wrote Eloquently of the Natural World
  • Newfound Atmospheric `Hole' Threatens Polar Ozone Layer, Scientists Say
  • E360 Announces Contest for Best Environmental Videos
  • On Fracking Front, A Push To Reduce Leaks of Methane
  • Solar Panels Could Beam Power From Space Down to Earth, U.S. Navy Says
  • Deforestation of Sandy Soils Increases the Release of CO2, Study Finds

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