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June
2009

More studies needed for Amazon dams

 

La Paz, Bolivia - An international group of scientists has called for more studies into the impacts of large hydro-energy projects in the Amazon and other tropical regions.
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08
June
2009

Happy World Ocean Day

 In 2008, the United Nations General Assembly decided that, as from 2009, 8 June would be designated by the United Nations as “World Oceans Day” Many countries have celebrated World Oceans Day following the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, which was held in Rio de Janerio in 1992.

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07
June
2009

Coral reefs more resilient than expected-against seaweed

 

There's little doubt that coral reefs the world over face threats on many fronts: pollution, diseases, destructive fishing practices and warming oceans. But reefs appear to be more resistant to one potential menace — seaweed — than previously thought, according to new research by a team of marine scientists from the United States and Australia. 
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06
June
2009

Soba 2009

An Environment Exhibition was opened to the public on 4th of June 2009 at Viharamaha Devi Park; the theme of this exhibition was 'Your planet needs you to combat climate change,' 
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07
June
2009

U.S. tells California to cut water use to save fish

 

 Californians' thirst for water has pushed salmon and other fish to the brink of extinction, a federal agency ruled on Thursday as it directed officials to cut water supplies to cities and farms to save several species.
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06
June
2009

Sri Lanka Celebrates World Environment Day 2009

 

The World Environment Day was celebrated on a grand scale in Sri Lanka at Viharamaha Devi Park Colombo.
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06
June
2009

Climatic Changes and Increase of Dengue

 

A film Festival was organized by the Climatic Changes Division of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, at the Mahaweli Center on the 4th of June 2009.
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