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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
By Katharine Gammon, LiveScience Contributor:

Australia's Great Barrier Reef is a glittering gem — the world's largest coral reef ecosystem — chock-full of diverse marine life. But new research shows it is also in steep decline, with half of the reef vanishing in the past 27 years.
FTC Cracks Down On 'Environmentally Friendly' Products
The First European Country To Quit Coal
Did Wastewater Injection Lead To The Dallas Earthquakes?
Pesticide Use Ramping Up As GMO Crop Technology Backfires, Study Claims
Shipping Company To Pay Up To $31.5 Million For New Zealand Oil Spill
Daniel Souweine: At the Debate: Listen for the Climate Silence
When the candidates face off in Wednesday's debate, every word they utter will be scrutinized for gaffe-ability, flip-floppiness, and sound-bite-ification. But when it comes to climate change, it's what they aren't saying that deserves our undivided attention.
Steve Fleischli: Disaster Planning and Climate Change
Fall may have arrived, but it hasn't brought an end to the great drought of 2012. My home state of Nebraska has been hit hard, with nearly 98 percent of the state still experiencing extreme or exceptional drought.
Neil Wagner: Climate Costs Cause Concern
Governmental policy, taxation, and price tags are open to debate. As much as we are all convinced that our views on those topics are the truth, it's all ultimately one big subjective shade of gray.
Julian Block: How to Save Taxes While Being Kind to Animals
Animal-rescue volunteers need to be mindful of tricky rules for donations, whether they take the form of gifts of cash or property or volunteer expenses. What follows is a summary of the many possibilities.
Anna Clark: New Campaign Breaks GOP Silence on Environment
How did we get to the point of petitioning for a single question about how the U.S. will handle a planetary threat girded by overwhelming scientific consensus?

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