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By germanifa01 - August 31st, 2009, 9:17, Category: General


Research expedition lo! oks into Pacific garbage patch
Los Angeles Times
"We did observe a lot of plastic out there in the ocean about 1000 miles from anything," said Miriam Goldstein, chief scientist on the Scripps Environmental ...
SEAPLEX researchers back with North Pacific garbageLa Jolla Light
Scientists Find 'Garbage Patch' In PacificRedOrbit

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Henderson Gleaner

Some Buildings Not Living Up to Green Label
New York Times
According to an environmental assessment last year, it did not score high enough to qualify for the Energy Star label granted by the Environmental ...
Evansville UE widens its lead in green certificationHenderson Gleaner
Going for the gold and green: WPS proudly debuts its new energy ...NewsoftheNorth.Net

Buildings in RP get on the green
WJFW-TV -Durham Herald Sun
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Farewell to DJ AM, Musician & Environmental Advocate
He sat on the Board of Directors at the Environmental Media Association and was often on hand to provide entertainment at their star-studded events. ...

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Economic, environmental issues top elec! tion agenda
Deuts! che Welle
27, many will also spare a thought for environmental concerns. Chancellor Angela Merkel has generally received good grades for her handling of the financial ...

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Straits Times

China faces 3rd case of kids' mass lead poisoning
The Associated Press
Parents in Tongdu, a township in Yunnan province's capital of Kunming, blamed the poisoning on a nearby industrial park while local environmental officials ...
New lead poisoning scare in China: state mediaAFP
China Investigates Third Spate of Lead Poisoning in ChildrenBloomberg
Parents fume at factories after 200 kids sickenedChina Daily
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Audit critical of NJ's environmental agency
Philadelphia Inquirer
AP An Environmental Protection Agency audit found "significant shortcomings," especially in the DEP's division that handles contaminated site cleanups. ...
Don't Exhale: EPA Expected to Declare Carbon Dioxide a Dangerous ...FOXNews
EPA Criticizes NJ's Monitoring of Contaminated SitesWNYC
Another update on possible appointee for EPA regional administratorAustin American-Statesman
Asbury Park Press -AlterNet -Philadelphia Inquirer
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