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Environmental Change in the News 6/1/12 to 6/3/12

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


300,000 Malians flee drought, war and famine

Awareness of sea-level rise risks increase, but action lags, study finds

Brazilian president vetoes controversial amnesty amendment in Forest Code

Can the U.S. and Canada set an agenda for the rapidly changing Arctic?

Forest Service releases 'common-sense climate change' guide

If a church is flooded 6 times, will the Lord still provide?

In Australia, suburb named for a lake seems destined to become one

Indus civilization may have been wiped out by climate change -- study

Lobsters lose shells early, a mystery for Northeast fishermen

Some animals are not taking advantage of warmer real estate

Tall is good in basketball, but maybe not in corn

U.N. agency frets over climate's role in expanding refugee crises

Va.'s Eastern Shore faces highest rate of sea-level rise on the East Coast


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