Monthly Archives: December 2011

OCEAN CACOPHONY A TORMENT FOR SEA MAMMALS

By Staff AFP Dec 7, 2011 The constant thump of oil and gas exploration and military testing has made ocean noise levels unbearable for some sea mammals. With the constant churn of freighter propellers, the percussive thump of oil and … Continue reading

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Peace Corps proves to be life changer for volunteers

By Holly Hobbs Fairfax Times Sep. 02, 2011 Service agency celebrates its 50th anniversary Clifton resident Jenny Beth Dyess might have joined the Peace Corps to help change lives, but after two years working in Africa as a volunteer, she … Continue reading

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Victoria Park C.I. student gets an environmental learning experience

By FANNIE SUNSHINE www.insidetoronto.com Sep 02, 2011 Lea Leung’s mother was on Cathay Pacific’s website to buy a ticket to Shanghai for one of her kids when she came across the airline’s Green Explorer 2011 new youth program. Launched in … Continue reading

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A Day to Celebrate Being Green

By Leslie Friday www.bu.edu/today 09.15.2011 BU sponsors sustainability festival, Carbon Day It’s a good day to be green. The University is sponsoring two events today designed to promote eco-friendly lifestyles and environmental education: the sustainability@BU Festival, at the George Sherman … Continue reading

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