Sometime in the next month, the Antarctic ozone hole is likely to start reappearing -- and making headlines.
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On Aug. 27, 2001, a conference of six New England states and five Eastern Canadian provinces will consider a groundbreaking strategy for reducing greenhouse gasses in the region.Topics on the Beat:
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The next major round of international negotiations on climate change is scheduled for Oct. 29 - Nov. 9, 2001, in Marrakech, Morocco.Topics on the Beat:
El Nios occur when unusually warm water invades South and Central American coastal waters toward the end of the year.Topics on the Beat:
Corporations are using a dispute resolution provision of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to circumvent environmental regulations in the US, Canada, and Mexico.Topics on the Beat:
As populations of wild salmon decline and cans and slabs of farmed salmon proliferate on supermarket shelves aquaculture practices that help feed the demand for the fish are gaining attention.Topics on the Beat:
The Antarctic ozone hole is reaching its annual peak right now.
Security of nuclear power plants was definitely on people's minds as the WTC burned and nobody knew where the next plane would hit.
The Society of Environmental Journalists has asked Environment Canada for its written policies on staff communication with news media.SEJ Publication Types:Topics on the Beat:Region: