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Water Exports

Sunday, October 07, 2007


Water
Originally uploaded by
World Resources Institute Staff
From Planet Ark, Oct 8-2007:

"As the world creeps closer to irreversible global warming and goes deeper into ecological debt, why on earth, say, would the UK export 20 tonnes of mineral water to Australia and then re-import 21 tonnes," said NEF director Andrew Simms.

"And why would that wasteful trade be more the rule than the exception," he added.
(emphasis mine)
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posted by Deb, 6:49 PM

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Many adults in the United States are concerned about climate change, according to a poll by Rasmussen Reports. 47 per cent of respondents think global warming is a very serious problem, while 26 per cent deem it as somewhat serious.
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