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    http://www.terranews.it/news/2011/02/...issioni-nel-2009-nessuno-come-pechino
    Tags: , , , , by M. Fioretti (2013-03-09)
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  2. Allarmanti rilevamenti dell'Agenzia spaziale europea: lo strato che ci protegge dai raggi ultravioletti mai così sottile dal 1997. L'Organizzazione mondiale meteorologica denuncia il persistere nell'atmosfera delle sostanze chimiche novice. Guai ad abbassare la guardia nella lotta
    http://www.repubblica.it/ambiente/2011/04/05/news/ozono_polo-14511507
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  3. Alexis Madrigal on his book "Powering the Dream": how oil and gas keep winning, how class and race fears killed trolleys, and how appliances don't save time.
    http://www.grist.org/article/2011-03-...ossil-fuels-promise-cheap-electricity
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  4. Build enough wind farms to replace fossil fuels and we could do as much damage to the climate as greenhouse global warming
    http://www.newscientist.com/article/m...ot-renewable-after-all.html?full=true
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  5. Policy makers generally assume that high food prices hurt the global poor, because they increasingly live in cities and have to buy their food. New research suggests that view could be wrong.
    http://www.grist.org/article/food-201...gh-food-prices-affect-the-global-poor
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  6. A new report finds that globally, roughly one-third of all food produced for human consumption is wasted. Why is that bad news -- and potentially good news -- for nature?
    http://www.grist.org/food/2011-06-01-why-wasting-food-wastes-nature-too
    Tags: , , , , by M. Fioretti (2013-03-09)
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  7. What were the oceans like before over-fishing? David McCandless visualises the Atlantic's past
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/databl...03/fish-stocks-information-beautiful#
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  8. Industry representatives frequently charge that federal fishery managers use bad science to make decisions. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lee-cro...erfishing-101-how-scien_b_888064.html
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  9. Miliardi di metri cubi utilizzati per coltivare cibi che poi vengono buttati via come le 177mila 479 tonnellate di mele rimaste sui campi nel 2009 perché sconveniente raccoglierle. La Ue scende il campo per il consumo responsabile ROMA - Una bella fiorentina al sangue da 3 etti costa 4.650
    http://www.repubblica.it/ambiente/201...7/13/news/sprechi_invisibili-19049816
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  10. Big cities like New York, London, and Shanghai send less pollution into the atmosphere per capita than places like Denver and Rotterdam.
    http://www.grist.org/article/2011-01-...-are-not-always-the-biggest-polluters
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