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 February 22nd 2015

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All the news items, snippets and blog posts that we got to read this week: From treehugger.com: When bus drivers strike, air pollution plummets London’s recent bus strike has shown just how much air pollution buses cause, giving us one more incentive to invest in 21st century transit. From abc30.com: Google map shows lead pollution […]

Pollution News week ending February 15th 2015

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All the snippets and blog posts that we got to read this week: From theguardian.com: Car makers face ‘real world’ emissions tests in EU pollution New regulations will force car-makers to measure pollution emissions in tests that more accurately reflect emissions from real-world driving. From thediplomat.com: China’s Hottest Tech Giants Join the ‘War on Pollution’ […]