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Illegal Timber in AmazonGreenpeace tracks down illegal timber for export

Greenpeace activists in Brazil spent two months placing GPS trackers on illegal loggers in the Amazon.

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Nuclear Energy News for October 10, 2008

Blog entry by Aslihan | 10 October, 2008

Press Telegram: Doctor sounds alarm on risks of nuclear energy ‘Nuclear power is a grave public health danger, far worse than tobacco. Over time, it will induce epidemics of cancer, leukemia and genetic disease in all future...

Billion dollar fishing industry on the verge of collapse

Feature story | 10 October, 2008 at 0:00

The world’s largest food fishery is on the verge of collapse. Pollock, used to make McDonald’s fish sandwiches, frozen fish sticks, fish and chips, and imitation crabmeat, have had a population decrease of 50 percent since last year.

Poland Nov 2008 Greenpeace Climate Rescue

Image | 10 October, 2008 at 0:00

Poland Nov 2008 Greenpeace Climate Rescue Station - Greenpeace volunteers and activists construct a Climate Rescue Station next to the Jozwin IIB open cast coal mine near Konin, Poland to highlight climate issues in the run up to UN COP 14...

The uncertainty of Vermont Yankee

Blog entry by Justin | 9 October, 2008 1 comment

Vermont Yankee is a lady who loves trouble . Last year part of one of the nuclear power plant’s cooling towers collapsed. At one point in July this year the reactor’s coolant system was leaking 60 gallons of water a minute. That leak...

Nuclear energy news for October 9 2008

Blog entry by Justin | 9 October, 2008

Some other stories from the nuclear industry you may have missed: Bloomberg: Areva, EDF Dispute Nuclear Waste Treatment Costs, Echos Says ‘The French government has been forced to intervene in a dispute between Areva SA and...

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