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Environmental Change in the News 5/12/12 to 5/18/12

Reprinted from ClimateWire with permission from Environment & Energy Publishing, LLC. www.eenews.net. 202-628-6500.


A warm Minn. spring is good news for fishermen, bad news for fish

Australian experiment exposes trees to future CO2 levels

Climate change could hit fish in their guts -- study

England is stuck in drought despite wettest April on record

Experts propose giant fence to keep climate migrants out of Israel

Flood risk in Midwest exceeds that of hurricane-prone coastal zones -- report

Global petition asks Brazilian president to veto new Forest Code

Managers look for new safeguards for high-elevation pines

More robust systems are needed to manage sewage overflows -- panel

Overconsumption stressing planet's freshwater and biological resources -- report

Rapid climate changes turn Minn.'s North Woods into a moose graveyard

U.N. warns that food insecurity could halt Africa's economic boom

Visitors to wildlife refuges worry about climate impacts


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