Category Archives: Endangered species

Rob Zaleski: Anti-mining activist Churchill writes last warning

Rob Zaleski  —  8/27/2007 9:19 am The whole idea never made sense to Roscoe Churchill. Why would Wisconsin, with its rich abundance of lakes and forests, even consider opening its door to the mining industry? the retired elementary school principal … Continue reading

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Rio Tinto More Appealing Than BHP Billiton, Fortescue

Posted by Dan Denning on Jun 21st, 2007 It sure seems like a crazy summer already in North America. June 21 is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. This morning we read about a crowd in … Continue reading

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MECHANISMS OF CORPORATE RULE

MECHANISMS OF CORPORATE RULETony Clark The men who run global corporations are the first in history with the organisation, technology, money, and ideology to make a credible try at managing the world as an integrated economic unit. Richard J. Barnett … Continue reading

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Public want set nets ban to protect dolphins

The New Zealand public wants a set nets ban and the establishment of a marine mammal sanctuary to protect the critically endangered maui’s dolphin. Public consultation undertaken by Forest and Bird, centred in Auckland, Waikato and Northland, has found almost … Continue reading

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Squid population collapsing

If the squid population is collapsing as Steve O'Shea, the director of the Earth and Oceanic Sciences Research Institute at the Auckland University of Technology claims as a result of drag netting, than what will be irreparably destroyed when we commence … Continue reading

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