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The situation has been like this since 7 March and is said to be unlikely to change. Edward McMillan-Scott emailed deputies saying, President Schulz told the Bureau last night that he would reply in detail concerning this particulates situation and
If you need another reason to oppose coal exports to China, take a look at some just-published research conducted by University of Washington atmospheric sciences professor Dan Jaffe and his team of students. The study, peer-reviewed and published in
The longest road tunnel in Europe will be built along the new stretch of the Struma highway in Bulgaria. It will be underneath the Kresna gorge between Bulgaria 's towns Blagoevgrad and Sandanski. The total length of the two tunnels will be
With 15 advisory committees and eight volunteer boards and commissions, the township has well over 100 volunteers at any given time...This is the third part of a series on the township's citizen commissions and advisory committees. According to the
The first functional FM radio has arrived which is powered by biological solar panels that incorporate the plant. Named Moss FM, the radio is designed by University of Cambridge biochemist Paolo Bombelli and London-based product designer Fabienne
Safaris in Kenya earn the country much needed revenue and foreign exchange. The shark diving industry in Fiji is worth 42,2 million dollars (30,4 million euros) per year, 18 million dollars per year in Palau and 38,6 million dollars per year in the
Wildlife officials on Monday finally released an endangered Florida panther that was rehabilitated after a car crash. The panther was released in southeastern Hendry County, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reported. Two
Signs / March 11, 2014 Olympic figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu , gold medalist at the Sochi Winter Games, is from the Tohoku region of Japan , where the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake and tsunami hit three years ago today. The effects of the disaster
10 a.m., the Maryland Department of Transportation is reporting that an earlier reported accident at the inner loop of the beltway and I-795 has been cleared, and traffic cameras are showing smooth flow through the Liberty Road area toward the ramps.
Durango is going to buy 100 percent renewable energy from La Plata Electric Association this year. Customers pay a premium of 9 cents per 100 kilowatt hours for electricity produced from non-fossil fuels, such as solar, hydroelectric power or wind.