March 9, 2014
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Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands 3 Sentenced to Time Served Plus 13 Months ProbationSalem-News.com
Following over a month of jail time after a guilty verdict by a jury, the MICATS 3 were sentenced to time served plus 13 months probation by Ingham County Circuit Judge William Collette
“Though my heart aches for moments I will miss, I regret nothing,” wrote Lisa Leggio from her cell in Ingham County Jail while awaiting sentencing.
Salem-News.com (Mar-04-2014 14:20)
The Corporation as Sociopath:
Gary G. Kohls, MD for Salem-News.com
"The biggest hurdle that congress faces is just having good information on future trends in supply and demand..." - Adam Sieminski
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The Energy Information Agency (EIA) has predicted that natural gas production in the US will continue to grow at an impressive pace.
Right now output is close to 70 billion cubic feet a day and is expected to reach over 100 billion cubic feet per day by 2040.
Higher cancer rates for Lejeune and Pendleton Veterans.
(SOMERDALE, NJ) -
“The Dance of the Dead” is one the best horror/comedy movies of recent years. In contrast, the 18,329 cancer deaths of Marines who were stationed at Camp Lejeune and Camp Pendleton from 1975 until 1985 are a real life horror story and not a laughing matter.
In the newly released article, Environmental Health, explains that Dr. Frank Bove, ATSDR toxicologist, and other scientists reported that Lejeune Marines had higher cancer rates than those at Camp Pendleton.
In the last 25 years, sea surface temperatures have increased approximately 10 times faster than in other similar periods during the previous century or beyond.
Many of Europe’s marine species, habitats and ecosystems have been under threat for decades.
As maritime economic activities are predicted to increase in coming years, a new briefing from the European Environment Agency (EEA) argues that the cumulative impact of human activity should be better managed to avoid irreversible damage to ecosystems.
Please encourage your local radio stations to carry this program every week!
(WASHINGTON, DC) -
Michael Hadfield is a Professor of Zoology and Principal Investigator at the Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii, and at the Pacific Biosciences Research Center.
He discusses the need to save Pagan Island, its people and other species, from the U.S. military.
A large percentage of dental customers are from the U.S.
(LAS CRUCES, NM) -
Price. Quality. Technology. That was the triple message Dr. Octavio Gonzalez had for attendees of the Medical Matters 2014 conference held earlier this week in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
The veteran dentist was among dozens of exhibitors at an event catering to expatriates, snowbirds and tourists in the Mexican coastal city.