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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Thursday, September 20, 2012
As Arctic sea ice levels hit a new record low this month, scientists and activists gathered to discuss how to bridge the gap between scientific facts and the public's limited understanding that we are, in their words, "really running out of time."
China To Work With EU To Cut Emissions
The Trillion-Gallon Loophole
Rocky Mountain National Park May Get Wolves Back
'Guardedly Good News' For Gulf Fishing
Study Questions Pesticide Link To Honeybee Colony Collapse
Rabbi Wendi Geffen: Fasting From Rotten Tomatoes: The High Holy Days and the Emancipation Proclamation
Our tradition envisions that the gates of Divine Judgment close at Yom Kippur's end, necessitating reflection and atonement for our sins in the past. This year, I'll be adding to the list: for the sin we have committed against You by mindlessly reaping the benefits of slavery.
Andrew Sharpless: Arctic Scores a Win as Shell Cancels 2012 Plans to Drill
If Shell has proved one thing this summer it is that the oil industry is not ready to drill in the Arctic. It is time to put the thought of Arctic drilling back on the shelf.
Susan Buchanan: New Orleans Fixes Red Lights After Isaac But Streetlights Are a Worry
If your block in New Orleans feels spooky at night, you're not alone.
Subhankar Banerjee: Revisiting an Arctic Tale of Ice and Shell
In light of all the recent developments the Obama administration has an unique opportunity, a turning point.
Jean Halloran: Arsenic and Rice: Concerning Levels of Known Human Carcinogen Found in Tests of More Than 200 Consumer Reports Samples
Arsenic is already considered to be one of the most potent carcinogens in our environment, but a new analysis suggests that it may be even more potent than previously thought.

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