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London, home of the Queen and the worse sewage problem in the UK. Every time there's a bigger than average rain storm raw sewage spills into the famous River Thames. The chairman of the Environment Agency, Lord Chris Smith, says enough is
The latest bird deaths in the wildlife mystery appeared on the roadside of Interstate 65, near Huntsville, Alabama on Saturday. The 300 black-colored grackles strewn over a white blanket of white snow was an eerie scene for motorists driving
From the earliest days of civilization, humans have been trying to conquer and harness the forces and resources of nature. Each time we are humbled by an earthquake, or tornado, we pick up the pieces and rebuild, as if falsely convincing
Thousands of dead birds have fallen from the sky, this time in Italy. The turtle doves found hanging dead in trees and laying on the ground have an unusual blue stain on their beaks, according to the http://www.allvoices.com/s/event-
Reports of millions of dead brids and dead fish are beginning to come in from all over the world. In Brazil, ParanaOnline has reported 100 tons of dead catfish, croaker and sardines. In New Zealand hundreds of dead snapper have been found.
Birds are the single most populous species on earth. There are literally billions of them inhabiting every inch of our world. Because of this, scientists call them an indicator species. “Birds are excellent indicators because we
Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee, Darrell Issa has reportedly circulated a letter among more than 100 Washington lobbyists, asking them to suggest which safety laws they want repealed.
Pressure from corporate polluters may be causing the Obama Administration to keep from changing the protection status of polar bears form threatened to endangered. “A change from threatened to endangered status “would
International climate talks in China ended with the U.S. and China parting ways without agreement on the right way to handle climate change policies. The talks were full of bickering between the U.S. and China with accusations
According to a recent study conducted by the International Quality and Productivity Centre (IQPC), 65% of the 2,754 energy sector respondents have chosen wind power as the principle