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Iceland tests find meat pies contain no meat at all - World - CBC News

Iceland tests find meat pies contain no meat at all - World - CBC News | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
One brand of beef meat pie produced in Iceland has tested negative for containing horsemeat — or any other meat, for that matter.
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Hong Kong's iconic harbour vanishes in smog - World - CBC News

Hong Kong's iconic harbour vanishes in smog - World - CBC News | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Pollution from thousands of ships that pass through Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour is a growing concern that the shipping industry has been trying to address by asking for mandatory regulations on using cleaner fuel.
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Infographic Facts about Struggling Countries around the World | Infographics Showcase

Infographic Facts about Struggling Countries around the World | Infographics Showcase | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
This dazzling infographic (from a design standpoint, certainly not from a content standpoint as its more depressing than it is dazzling) displays stats
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Hong Kong Offers $1.3 Billion to Replace Polluting Vehicles- Bloomberg

Hong Kong Offers $1.3 Billion to Replace Polluting Vehicles- Bloomberg | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Hong Kong Offers $1.3 Billion to Replace Polluting Vehicles
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A life in exile: how it feels to be a refugee

A life in exile: how it feels to be a refugee | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Targeted by death squads, raped, tortured: millions worldwide have been forced from their homes. Andrew McConnell hears some of their stories
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Protect Dolphins from Nitrogen Pollution in Florida

Protect Dolphins from Nitrogen Pollution in Florida | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Dolphins are dying at alarmingly high rates in Florida's Indian River Lagoon, a shallow estuary closed off from the Atlantic Ocean by barrier beaches.
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Even If We Stopped Polluting Today, Ocean Garbage Patches ...

Even If We Stopped Polluting Today, Ocean Garbage Patches ... | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
New research shows how plastic waste can end up in any of the five ocean basins and will likely remain there long after its original owner has passed away.
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Marine Pollution -- National Geographic

Marine Pollution -- National Geographic | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Learn about the environmental issue of marine pollution and its causes and consequences in this oceans article from National Geographic.
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Annual shark kills 'hit 100 million'

Annual shark kills 'hit 100 million' | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
The most accurate assessment to date of the impact of commercial fishing on sharks suggests around 100 million a year are being killed.
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Nicholas Stern: 'I got it wrong on climate change – it's far, far worse'

Nicholas Stern: 'I got it wrong on climate change – it's far, far worse' | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Author of 2006 review speaks out on danger to economies as planet absorbs less carbon and is 'on track' for 4C rise (RT @EarthWays: Nicholas Stern: 'I got it wrong on climate change – it's far, far worse' News from BusinessGreen
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Hong Kong's mounting food waste problem

Hong Kong's mounting food waste problem | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Nestled among the granite peaks of eastern Hong Kong a new, man-made mountain is emerging.
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Trawling Ban in Hong Kong Waters takes Effect from Today: Estimated 20 to 30% Increase in Population of Marine Fish in Five Years

Trawling Ban in Hong Kong Waters takes Effect from Today: Estimated 20 to 30% Increase in Population of Marine Fish in Five Years | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Since 2005, WWF-Hong Kong has tirelessly campaigned for a ban on trawling in Hong Kong waters. We are delighted to note that this long-waited trawling ban finally comes into effect on 31 December 2012.
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Publications: UNEP Studies Show Rising Mercury Emissions in ...

Publications: UNEP Studies Show Rising Mercury Emissions in ... | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
event (233) book (111) updates (89) publications (82) energy (75) climate change (64) environment (63) events (48) governance (47) Hong Kong (45) sustainable development (45) Sustainability (42) China (38) policy (35) conference (23) ...
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Plastic Pollution in the Ocean « Notes On Liberty

Plastic Pollution in the Ocean « Notes On Liberty | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
The world's oceans are being poisoned. Some of the plastic litter is visible, such as in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. There, plastics and other debris are trapped by the “gyres” or currents of the North Pacific.
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Pollution turns Hong Kong harbour from 'fragrant' to foul

Pollution turns Hong Kong harbour from 'fragrant' to foul | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
Hong Kong's name may mean 'fragrant harbour', but cargo ships burning dirty fuel in what is one of the world's busiest ports add to a foul layer of pollution that kills more than 3000 people a year.
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Air pollution in notoriously polluted Beijing at dangerous levels that are expected to linger

Air pollution in notoriously polluted Beijing at dangerous levels that are expected to linger | Bradbury Exhibition | Scoop.it
BEIJING — Air pollution readings in China’s notoriously polluted capital were at dangerously high levels for the second straight day Saturday, with hazy skies blocking visibility and authorities urging people to stay indoors.
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