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Recent News 2-10-2014. More Than 80,000 Tons Of Coal Ash Flow Into N.C. River When coal is burned to generate energy, the ash byproduct is created and.

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1 Recent News

2 More Than 80,000 Tons Of Coal Ash Flow Into N.C. River When coal is burned to generate energy, the ash byproduct is created and stored in huge ponds. The ash contains arsenic, uranium and other potentially toxic substances.

3 White House Creates 'Climate Hubs' To Help Rural Towns, Farmers The plan will help them adjust to climate changes that have already begun to alter growing seasons and threaten livestock. This will not provide Obama cover on another environmental issue in the headlines: the Keystone XL pipeline.

4 Chinese Flock To The Countryside For A More Authentic New Year China went back to work Friday after a week-long holiday marking the Year of the Horse. Traditionally, celebrations continue through the first month of the Lunar New Year.

5 More than 1,100 migrants rescued off Italy in one day Italy's navy has rescued 1,123 people from inflatable boats in the space of 24 hours, as clandestine migration from North Africa reaches record levels.

6 Zimbabwes multi-currency confusion Once known for its billion dollar notes and hyper-inflation, Zimbabwe must be the only place in the world to have eight currencies as legal tender - none of them its own.


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