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Bolivia moves to secure food supply

President of Bolivia Evo Morales, has signed a law to protect his country's indigenous food supply from imported GM seeds.…

Leaking U.S. Nuclear Plants may be threatened by rising flood waters

Fears are rising as steadily as the Missouri River is flooding areas of nuclear power plants these days as new studies and reports about America's nuclear facilities prove their radiation…

Scotch Whisky to generate electric power

Apart from enjoying the fine Highland nectar, another valuable use has been found for Scotland's No. 1 export. Scotch Whisky by-products will be used to generate electricity.…

Report: Climate change happening now because of people

The hearings continue on climate change but there is no doubt that it is partly caused by people. Read more here....…

The Battle of Cook Inlet: Beluga whales WIN!

The long standing battle between the natives, the sportsmen and the Alaska politicians over the fate of the Beluga whales is over. Read the full story here. …

Sharks, predator or prey? Stop shark finning!

The high demand for shark fins has taken out over 90 percent of the shark populations; this number continues to grow.…

Russia signs decree to remove the ban on polar bear hunting

Chukotka is an isolated region of Russia near the Bering Sea, a polar bear heaven. Hunting polar bears has been banned since 1957, until now.…

Bee colonies collapse-global food shortage feared

The bees are dying by the millions and there is no cure in sight. If we lose the bees we lose our food and if we lose our food…

Earthquake rocks Hawaii

Hawaii's usual serenity was disturbed a few hours ago by an earthquake. Read the story for more.…

What’s killing the baby dolphins?

Baby dolphins are washing ashore in record numbers of the coast of Mississippi. Read this sad story.…

Ken Salazar gets stuck in the California sand

Ken Salazar, America's cowboy Secretary of the Interior, managed to embarrass us yesterday. Read just how he did it.…

Sea Shepherds force Japanese to suspend annual whale hunt

The anti-whaling activists may have been successful in their long standing battle with the Japanese Whaling Fleet. Here is the encouraging story.…

NASA keeping sharp eye on killer asteroid-May strike earth in 2036

This isn't something from science fiction writers or Hollywood movie makers. This could be a real threat and it's not something which could happen in a hundred years. …

Rising Seas and Keeping Our Heads Above Them

Nature bats last. Some humans like to think there are ways of handling her, but when her bat consists of typhoons, tidal waves, floods, droughts, sub-zero blizzards, there's no…

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