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Catastrophe of Aral Sea Shows Men Can Destroy the Planet

Continuing his visit to Central Asia, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres today visited the Aral Sea - once the worlds fourth largest inland sea, that has now shrunk to about a quarter of its original size due to human mismanagement.

SOP newswire2BP Responsible for Worst Oil Spill in American History - Birds, wildlife, and the environment in the Gulf region are still struggling. Today, we need your help to make sure BP pays their fair share to clean up the Gulf.
SOP newswire2Permafrost Thawing: Reducing Black Carbon Soot Can Cut Rate of Arctic Warming by Two-Thirds - Dangerous feedback loop as existing warming accelerates permafrost thawing
SOP newswire3UN: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Still Increasing - The UN released a new report which finds that the concentration of warming gases like carbon dioxide has increased by 20 per cent since 2000.
SOP newswire2A Fight to Preserve the Gulf Coast: Residents Still Suffering From Aftereffects of Deepwater Horizon - The Largest Criminal Penalty in U.S. History Still Isn`t Enough to Make Bp Pay for Its Crimes Against The Gulf
SOP newswire2Highlighting the Urgency to Stop Wildlife Trafficking - As attested by her focus on illegal wildlife trade during recent travels in Asia, Secretary Clinton has proven herself a committed leader on combating trafficking
SOP newswire2Mayan Calendar Fears ... Apocalypse? - Before we all go running for the hills, let`s remember that the world has seen this movie before. No, not the one starring John Cusack.
SOP newswire2Climatism: Mankind and Climate Change Mania - These comments are an outgrowth of Climatism, the belief that man-made greenhouse gases are destroying Earth`s climate.
SOP newswire2Asian Palm Oil Companies Run Into Trouble in Africa - One case examined is the operation being developed by Genting Plantations, a client of HSBC, and a subsidiary of the vast Genting group which runs a casino, hotel and property empire in Malaysia.
SOP newswire2Global Warming Raises Sea Levels, Alters Jet Stream, Makes Storms Stronger - Here`s how scientists say climate change feeds the superstorm triple whammy:
SOP newswire2Zion Oil & Gas Explores for Oil and Gas in Israel - After the Expiration Time, warrants under the symbols ZNWAW and ZNWAZ will expire with no further value.
SOP newswire2Rare Puerto Rican Frog Threatened by Gas Pipeline, Go-karts and Trash - The wondrous coquí llanero is finally getting the protection it so desperately needs to survive, " said Jaclyn Lopez,
SOP newswire2Do-it-Yourself Tips To Save Energy - This year marks the 21st anniversary of October as National Energy Awareness Month.
SOP newswireObama's Plan of Expanding Oil Drilling Creates Environmental Risks - Obama`s plan expands risky offshore drilling in Arctic and the Gulf of Mexico with possibly great negative impact on the environment.
SOP newswireWCS Responds to Alaska`s NPR-A, Recommends 'Alternative B' - WCS submits comments on Alaska`s NPR-A, urging a balance of wildlife protection with development needs.
SOP newswireEPA's New Stormwater Runoff and Wastewater Management Plan - EPA announces framework to help local governments manage stormwater runoff and wastewater.
SOP newswireAre Some Recreational Boaters Reducing Our Fish Stock and Ruining the Fish We Catch? - Rudy Socha explains why enjoying a recreational trips to a sea must not leave their 'butt' behind.
SOP newswire3UN Calls For Greater Protection Of World's Oceans - Marking the International Day for Biological Diversity, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today highlighted the fragile state of the world`s oceans, urging greater protection for marine biodiversity.
SOP newswire3UN Concerned Over Murder of Cambodian Environment Activist - The UN voiced concern over the murder of an outspoken Cambodian environmental activist and human rights defender.
SOP newswire3UN Urges Better Management Of Water - Sustainable water reforms are having a positive impact on countries` development.
SOP newswireGreenpeace Releases 2012 CATO Report - New 'Carting Away the Oceans` report informs consumers on seafood sustainability at American supermarket chains.
SOP newswireEPA Moves Ahead in Implementing 2008 Ozone Standards - Most areas that need to take steps to reduce ozone pollution are close to meeting the standards; only three new areas have been added.
SOP newswirePope Benedict`s Book Explores Diverse Aspects of Environmental Issues - Pope Benedict`s Book 'The Environment' explores environmental issues from diverse, sometimes surprising angles.
SOP newswireWCSReleases Responds to the Bureau of Land Management`s Draft Plan for the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska - Dr. Steve Zack says WCS feels that Alternative B, which categorizes areas critical for wildlife as unavailable for oil and gas leasing, balances energy development and wildlife protection in a landscape rich in both resources.
SOP newswire 'Green' Cashmere Saves Precious Wildlife in Argentina - WCS lauds the 'Green` cashmere as protector of Guanacos, Rheas, and Andean Cats on Argentina`s Patagonian Steppe.
SOP newswire3UN-backed Climate Forum Forecasts Erratic Rainy Season in Horn of Africa - The main rainy season in the Greater Horn of Africa is likely to receive near normal to below normal rainfall over much of the region between March and May.
SOP newswire3UN Interested In Sustainable Development - Environment ministers made a commitment to ensure that the UN conference on sustainable development in Brazil later this year succeeds in developing concrete actions to address pressing global environmental challenges.
SOP newswire3Brazil To Host UN World Environment Day - Brazil will be the host of World Environment Day in June.
SOP newswire2U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc. Signs 700 Store Distributor Agreement with Worm`s Way Inc - U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc., (OTCBB:USMN) announced today it has signed an agreement for an Exclusive Nationwide Distributorship with Worm's Way Inc., dba BWGS.
SOP newswire2Big Oil You Fracked Up The Planet: Global Warming Worse - Researchers Note Gas Emissions From Marcellus Shale and Other Sites Linked to Significant Increased Risk of Near-Term Climate Change
SOP newswire2Speak Up for The Birds and Wildlife of The Arctic Ocean! - The ocean waters along Alaska's northern coast provide vital habitat for extraordinary wildlife, including polar bears, walruses, ice-dependent seals, endangered bowhead whales, and millions of migratory birds.
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