Dec 10 2010

Twitter Link Round-Up for Dec. 10, 2010

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Photo by Kelci Block

Afraid you missed something interesting in the world of environmental law?  Read on for a list of articles posted on our Twitter feed @WMELSBlog.

– SA: Several Pacific island nations are championing a ban on bluefin tuna fishing
– NYT:
NOAA restricts fishing of certain species in order to help save sea lions
: Environmentalists and pro-nuclear groups don’t like the Oyster Creek deal in NJ, but for different reasons
– SA:
New EPA smog rules are postponed until July
– SA:
Former Ag Chief says biotechnology is crucial to secure food safety in the future

– NYT: Negotiators at the Climate Conference are working to save the progress made in the Kyoto Protocol
– SA:
The retreat of the Himalayan glaciers may pose a problem for freshwater supplies in the area
– NYT:
An scientific error in the draft agreement at Cancun has been corrected
– NYT:
Entrepreneur in China is focusing on green construction projects and environmental issues
– NPR:
Climate groups are looking at retooling arguments about climate change in response to a new poll
– NYT:
Clean energy industry is scrambling to save incentives set to expire in a little over three weeks
– MJ:
What will the EPA do next? Predictions for the amt of aggressiveness that EPA will show in the coming year
– SF:
Several communities are passing measures that would give nature legal standing
– NPR:
New poll shows that many Americans think the ozone hole is causing climate change

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