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Rhinos In Mozambique Likely Extinct, Expert Says; Elephants May Be Next – Huffington Post

Rhinos In Mozambique Likely Extinct, Expert Says; Elephants May Be Next
Huffington Post
He said officials believe poaching must be taking place because rhino horn and elephant tusks carried by Asian smugglers are regularly seized at Mozambique's ports, although at least some of the contraband could be from animals killed by Mozambican

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Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, health study results likely years off – The Denver Channel


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Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, health study results likely years off
The Denver Channel
With New York entering the fifth year of review of the process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, growing calls to wait for the Geisinger Health System study to be finished could push a final decision back several more years, frustrating
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Obama’s Pick For EPA Head The Most Likely To Cause Controversy

Gina McCarthy could find herself on the hot seat in the battle over global warming.

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Ten endangered pygmy elephants found dead in Malaysian forest were likely … – National Post

Ten endangered pygmy elephants found dead in Malaysian forest were likely
National Post
A 'heinous crime' for trinkets and chopsticks: Elephant family of 12 slaughtered as poaching on the rise · Video: See the moment a team of rescuers pull a baby elephant from a muddy well. “The death of these majestic and severely endangered Bornean

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Ivory trafficking charges likely – Hawke’s Bay Today

Ivory trafficking charges likely
Hawke’s Bay Today
It is believed that at least 5000 and up to 50,000 elephants are being killed each year, with Africa in the midst of an epic slaughter, according to conservation groups. A report by WWF International has warned that the ivory trade even threatened

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Florida Primary 2012 Likely To Shift GOP Candidates’ Focus To Environment – Huffington Post

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Four years after the GOP’s rallying cry became “drill, baby, drill,” environmental issues have barely registered a blip in this Republican presidential primary. That’s likely to change as the race turns to Florida.
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Eastday-New rules likely to raise price of rare earths

BEIJING – Rare-earth prices will continue to climb, experts say, because of the stricter environmental standards that producers will have to meet by Aug 1, and document in applications they submit for environmental review.
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Shell deep-water Gulf plan wins OK, but challenge is likely – Houston Chronicle

The plan is the first of its kind approved since last year’s Gulf oil spill and represents the government’s determination that Shell has satisfied stiffer safety mandates triggered by the disaster. But the decision faces an almost-certain legal challenge …
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Environmental concerns likely to alter planned Ohio pipeline

The drilling boom that has created hundreds of natural-gas wells in Pennsylvania and West Virginia could shoot new pipelines across Ohio.
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Canaccord Genuity Maintains a ‘Hold’ on U.S. Ecology (ECOL); Additional Hudson River Project Volumes Likely – StreetInsider.com

Canaccord Genuity maintains a ‘Hold’ on U.S. Ecology (NASDAQ: ECOL ), PT $16. Canaccord analyst says, “recent decision by the EPA that requires GE to resume dredging the Hudson River and removing toxins should be positive for ECOL, which is already …
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