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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The majority of Americans think global warming is not only affecting weather but is also worsening extreme weather events, including record-high summer temperatures and the Midwest drought, a new survey released today (Oct. 9) finds.
Most Whale Deaths Since 1970 Were Human-Caused
Wet Weather Soon To Stall U.S. Crop Harvest
Court Won't Hear Ecuador Pollution Case
Maryland Students Monitoring Water In Anticipation Of Gas Drilling
WATCH: 'If There's Nothing Wrong With GMOs, Why Not Put It On The Label'?
Lawrence E. Joseph: Secret Warning From the Sun
Recent research indicates that the sun has secretly been sending vitally important messages to piles of radioactive medical waste. No joke.
Madeline Schwartzman: Algae: Art's New Star
Chris Barnes: Repurposing Ideas: 5 New Uses for Golf Balls
I've somehow accumulated way too many golf balls over the years and I know I'm not the only one.
Michele Swenson: Denver Premier Screening of Last Call at the Oasis: Water Crisis Global, Local
The documentary Last Call at the Oasis identifies the global water crisis as the central issue of the 21st century. Water mayl become a weapon of war and a tool of terrorism in the post-2022 world.
Leslie Hatfield: Now With More Integrity: Chipotle Gets With the Fair Food Program
It's hard to believe that anyone's vision of sustainable food wouldn't include the people who grow it, but farmworkers, like slaughterhouse workers and others, are mostly hidden from view, an externality in industry's crush to keep prices artificially low.

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