Pollution News week ending June 7th 2015

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Some news and views from around our polluted world this week. From sercblog.si.edu: Pollution Makes Mangroves Weaker Against Hurricanes Mangroves are masters at protecting their territory from hurricanes. So, logically, tall mangroves should be stronger than short ones. Except when they’re not. From grist.org: Cattle pollution is pissing off the Rocky Mountain ecosystem According to […]

Pollution News week ending October 26th 2014

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All the blog posts and articles that caught our eye this week: From theguardian.com: Ice loss sends Alaskan temperatures soaring by 7C Scientists analysing more than three decades of weather data for the northern Alaskan outpost of Barrow have linked 7C rise to the decline in Arctic sea ice. From grist.org: The Chinese people care […]

Pollution News week ending October 19th 2014

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All of the articles and blog posts we read this week from around our polluted world: from truthdig.com: Air Pollution Compounds Effects of Climate Change Reduced monsoon rainfall and increased river flow are two extremes that new research has linked to man-made impacts on climate caused by air pollution. From ecowho.com: China pollution levels hit […]