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Palm Oil Industry Seeks PR Help to Temper ‘Negative Buzz’ – O’Dwyer’s PR News

Palm Oil Industry Seeks PR Help to Temper 'Negative Buzz'
O’Dwyer’s PR News
"In addition to this – the negative buzz surrounding palm oil combined with the lack of any positive proactive communications with end consumers triggers an immediate reaction towards boycotting palm oil altogether." Starbucks, Nestle and the Girl

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GOP slams EPA on ‘fracking’ as committee leader weighs bill – The Hill (blog)


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GOP slams EPA on 'fracking' as committee leader weighs bill
The Hill (blog)
Smith, who said the EPA has been “complicit” in efforts to undercut gas production enabled by hydraulic fracturing, said he fears the study's design does not put risks in their proper context. “I am concerned that the EPA has failed to include a risk
Lawmakers Question Results Of EPA 'Fracking' StudyTalk Radio News Service
EPA's Fracking 'Witch Hunt' Decried by GOPCourthouse News Service
Lawmakers grill EPA over approach to fracking researchPittsburgh Post Gazette
Sheridan Media (press release) –The Journal News | LoHud.com
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To The Edge

Some people might only dream of adventure, but for others, there’s no other option but to explore the most extreme places on Earth. What drives adventurers to constantly push to the brink of human endurance? In this hour, TED speakers share their experiences of going to the edge of our world.

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Environment

Congolese Ivory Kingpin Imprisoned for Five Years – Environment News Service


Environment News Service

Congolese Ivory Kingpin Imprisoned for Five Years
Environment News Service
Conservation groups are calling the five-year sentence an extraordinary victory in the fight to save Africa's forest elephants. During the last decade, 76 percent of Africa's forest elephants were killed by poachers, with an estimated 35,000

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Could Cassini See You On “The Day The Earth Smiled?” – Universe Today

Could Cassini See You On “The Day The Earth Smiled?”
Universe Today
So along with the rest of the world, you smiled. You waved. You went outside on July 19, wherever you were, and looked upwards and out into the solar system knowing that our robotic representative Cassini would be capturing a few pixels' worth of

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Report: Snowden planning to stay in Russia, given documents to leave airport – Daily Caller

Report: Snowden planning to stay in Russia, given documents to leave airport
Daily Caller
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden is considering making his stay in Russia permanent, a lawyer connected to the fugitive said on Wednesday, shortly before the news broke that Russian authorities have given Snowden the documents 

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