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Drugs flushed into the environment could be cause of wildlife decline

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New studies show antidepressants causing starlings to feed less and contraceptive drugs reducing fish populations in lakes

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Mobile apps for California’s drought, UK floods and India’s drinking water

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Drought, leaks, poor sanitation and reporting the neighbours for wasting water – new apps aim to tackle persistent water problems

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Fracking’s impact on wildlife remains unknown, study finds

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Lack of data on pollution and habitat loss makes it hard to gauge wider effect of shale gas development in North America

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Spain’s wetlands wonder is under threat for a second time in 16 years

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Doñana national park, a haven filled with rare birds and wildlife, survived a toxic flood. Now tourism, an oil pipeline, demand for water and the return of mining have left it on a knife edge . . . → Read More: Spain’s wetlands wonder is under threat for a second time in 16 years

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Indigenous protesters occupy Peru’s biggest Amazon oil field

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Around 500 Achuar protesters are demanding the clean-up of decades of contamination from spilled crude oil

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Fukushima operator may have to dump contaminated water into Pacific

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Senior adviser to Tokyo Electric Power says controlled release into sea is much safer than keeping contaminated water on-site
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‘This is not a good place to live’: inside Ghana’s dump for electronic waste

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At Agbogbloshie, young people scavenge for scrap metal amid the smoke from plastics fires. The health risks are obvious – but the money is too good to ignore . . . → Read More: ‘This is not a good place to live’: inside Ghana’s dump for electronic waste

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Japan earmarks £300m+ for Fukushima cleanup

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Tokyo unveils measures to decontaminate toxic water at nuclear power plant as Tepco struggles to prevent leaks into Pacific . . . → Read More: Japan earmarks £300m+ for Fukushima cleanup

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Peru declares environmental state of emergency in its rainforest

Government reports high levels of barium, lead, chrome and petroleum-related compounds in region that is home to oil field . . . → Read More: Peru declares environmental state of emergency in its rainforest

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One in five French bottled waters ‘contain drugs or pesticides’

Researchers analysed 47 widely available brands, and discovered 10 were contaminated with minuscule amounts . . . → Read More: One in five French bottled waters ‘contain drugs or pesticides’

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