Japanese Tradition Kills First Dolphins

According to theguardian, on Friday Japanese fishermen killed the first dolphins of the season in the annual hunt. The local newspaper informs fishermen at the western town of Taiji caught 20 dolphins. During the six-month hunting season, people from the ...

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A Red River in Russia

The Guardian reports about the Daldykan river waters in Russia to turn into blood red. World’s biggest producer of nickel and palladium Norilsk Nickel has admitted one of its plants takes the responsibility of turning the water into bright red. Last we...

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“Shaqi” SHPP’s Director Fined

Ecolur informs us that RA Ministry of Environment has fined the director of “Hakobjanyan and Galsyan” Ltd exploiting “Shaqi” SHPP. The reason is the violation of water use permission requirements. According to the Information and Public Relations ...

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Doñana is in Danger

The Guardian reports that Doñana, a wetland that is a home to 2,000 species of wildlife, is likely to appear in the Unesco world heritage danger list. It is said to have lost 80% of its natural water supplies due to marsh drainage, intensive agriculture...

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Solar Panels That Make Water from the Air

World Economic Forum reports about a startup making solar panels that pull clean drinking water from the air. Zero Mass Water produces solar panels that pull water out of the air, filter it, and deliver it to your home faucet. The panel arrays, known a...

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