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Toxins in the AirUK air quality strategyAir quality status UK (Link to daily updated page)Toxic air pollutantsCommon air pollutants US study links more than 200 diseases to pollution - 14th November 2004How dead zones affect fish reproduction - 13th November 2004Fear of river pollution prompts seminar on mobile sheep-dipping - 10th November 2004Male fish producing eggs in Potomac River - 1st November 2004Mercury facts - 30th October 2004Wind farm environmental impact limited to construction period - 8th November 2004Hong Kong dolphins lose the urge thanks to noise, pollution - 1st November 2004Unregulated Nevada mines spew mercury - 30th October 2004Greenhouse gases "threaten Australian way of life" - 5th July 2004Government urged to act over aircraft pollution - 4th July 2004Danger alert from fillings - mercury from crematoria smoke enters food chain - 1st July 2004Will Caspian Sea become another Aral? - 28th June 2004 Air pollution from ocean vessels to continue - 24th June 2004Oxygen starved oceanic dead zones creating marinelife crisis - 3rd June 2004Pollution and land activities threaten our seas - 30th May 2004Waste management needed to curb pollution in bay - 25th May 2004Indian River Lagoon pollution could trigger human health problems - 24th May 2004Marine Corps air station may endanger Okinawa dugong population - 23rd May 2004Oil project is death knell for whales - 17th April 2004
Stricter regulations aim to protect marine ecosystems - 12th April 2004
EPA administrator can override industry set mercury abatement rules - 12th April 2004Fish oil supplements may contain flame retardants - 17th March 2004Animals’ Sexual Changes Linked to Waste, Chemicals - 1st March 2004Bush Plan to Cut Mercury Emissions “Dangerously Inadequate” - 26th February 2004 Bush plan on mercury pollution called sell-out - 4th December 2003Norway urged to reject oil plans - 22nd November 2003Oil drilling gives cancer risk to North Sea fish, Norwegian study suggests - 20th November 2003Commissioner Wallstrom's blood test is evidence of persistent chemicals - 6th November 2003Agencies stand by as toxic US ghost fleet nears - 6th November 2003UN donates £19m to clean up Russia's polluted Arctic shores - 23rd October 2003Single-hull oil tankers banned from European ports - 21st October 2003
"Deep Trouble" -The Gulf in Peril - Naples Daily News 15 part series
includes video sequences posted 28th September to 12th October 2003 Environment Agency - NO to UK wet dock breaking of US ghost ships– 9th October 2003Council tries to sink UK scrapping of the US “ghost fleet” - 8th October 2003EU scientists legalize controversial herbicide - 6th October 2003Environment Agency faces legal challenge over ghost fleet - 6th October 2003 New chemicals in Arctic’s toxic stew - 1st October 2003EU softens chemicals bill, alarms green groups - 26th September 2003Alarm over acidifying oceans - 25th September 2003Ocean plant life slows down and absorbs less carbon - 17th September 2003Risk of toxic leaks by US ghost fleet due for UK disposal – 12th September 2003Toxic 'ghost fleet' to cross English Channel - 5th September 2003Coral reefs “will die in decades” unless protected - 15th August 2003Greens furious at 'toxic fleet' plan - 29th July 2003Mercury Rising - EIA report mercury content of cetacean meat - pdf 379KB - 12th June 2003European Parliament backs tough marine sulphur and electrical energy mix disclosure rules - 6th June 2003 EU parliament votes for less sulphur in ship fuel - 6th June 2003American anglers warned to watch out for mercury - 5th June 2003 A Sea Change for U.S. Oceans Policy? - 4th June 2003Coastal Waters: A Pattern of Distress - posted 4th June 2003G8 leaders pledge marine protection and clean water - 3rd June 2003 High mercury levels found in rain - 29th May 2003Ban -Hg - Wg demands Unilever halt toxic trade in mercury from India - 29th May 2003Man-made chemicals are causing serious problems for wild animals - 29th May 2003US Navy admits burning 600 000 gallons of radioactive fuel at S.F. Shipyard - 21st May 2003Stop shipbreaking in Guinea Bissau - Send a message to Unesco now - posted 9th May 2003Internet consult opens on new European chemicals law - 7th May 2003The EU Chemical Strategy - working towards a sustainable approach - 7th May 2003Germany launches world's first ship ecolabel - 26th November 2002