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The Lake That Burned Down A Forest (Full Length) - Published on Jul 27, 2014

VICE News travels to the Dominican Republic, site of a looming environmental and economic crisis many experts believe is the result of climate change. Lake Enriquillo is the largest lake in the Caribbean — and for the past 10 years, it’s been getting larger. 36 more words


AWRI workshop this Thursday, 31 July – Climate change and the SA wine industry


Sign up quickly for a free workshop this Thursday, 31 July, to learn about about climate change and the SA wine industry. This AWRI event will help our region to: 139 more words

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Dumaguete City observes 'National Disaster Consciousness Month'


DUMAGUETE CITY (PIA)–Dumaguete City Government joins the country’s observance of the National Disaster Consciousness Month (NDCM) with a citywide motorcade on July 28 at 9:00 am around the city streets with the City and barangay officials, students, and representatives from various national and local agencies expected to participate in the event. 187 more words

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Norway in a nutshell

I traveled to Trondheim in Norway for the International Sustainable Development Research Summit (ISRDS 2014). The ISDRS is a global network of sustainable development professionals that promotes and communicates sustainable development in a global society. 863 more words

Project 90

The rape of the world

Dear Blogosphere, I’d like to have a conversation. It’s going to be a one-sided conversation, seeing how no one really reads my blog, but I want to have it anyway. 1,001 more words

Climate Change

Environment groups hit EDC over massive cutting of trees

By: Roi Anthoni B. Lomotan

DUMAGUETE CITY (PIA) – The Friends of the Environment in Negros Oriental has criticized the Energy Development Corporation (EDC) over its alleged massive cutting of century-old trees for its geothermal operation and expansion projects in Negros Oriental that threaten the dwindling watershed areas in the province. 696 more words

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Lightning Strikes in Colorado National Park

A lightning strike left one dead and three others harmed Saturday at Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park, only one day after an alternate strike left a lady dead and seven other individuals harmed, a recreation center representative said. 245 more words

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