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Sometimes America's spy satellites have to pass over 'friendly territory.'  When they do, they can still be put to good use – in this case,…
According to the UN Environment Programme, 80% of the trash taken from Earth’s oceans consists of plastics such as shopping bags and drinking bottles. The…
Wednesday, 03 June 2009 18:26

Do ya got your El Niño on?

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According to the National Climate Centre in Australia, there is a greater chance than normal of an El Niño event in 2009. The meteorologists there…
According to a comprehensive Chinese research project on the Great Wall of China, it has been found that the famous wall is longer than previously…
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 18:00

Smart sensors monitor water at Australian lake

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Lake Wivenhoe, near Brisbane, is being monitored by a high-tech wireless sensor network in order to test its quality as a major source of drinking…
Israeli –French-U.S. scientists have confirmed that the oldest large-area surface on Earth is found in the Paran Plain (within the desert regions of the Sahara…
Israeli researchers analyzed global weather conditions and found that the worst hurricanes came just one day after the appearance of lightning. Their conclusion could help…
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 18:20

What's the state of the air in your city?

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The American Lung Association has released its tenth annual State Of The Air Report 2009 for the United States. What might surprise people is that…
According to a U.S. study of the Gulf Stream and the North Atlantic Current, a dramatic increase in the sea level of the northeast coast…
Friday, 10 April 2009 20:39

Easter eggs get bad wrap by environmentalist

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When you are hunting for Easter eggs this Sunday, think about their negative impact on the environment. A British environmentalist and government leader is calling…

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