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Retro-post: August 1, 1971: North #Vietnam suffers one of the worst floods in modern history. Over 100,000 perish from the flooding of the Red River, which runs near the capital city of Hanoi.

http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/mysterious-flood-strikes-north-vietnam
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How mass #incarceration takes a toll on the environment, communities, and prisoners. #prisons #environment

http://www.environmentalhealthnews.org/t/-2324180612108212300
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When Minnesota dentist #WalterPalmer   killed #Cecil   the lion, the Internet exploded with outrage. But scientists who have studied lions say the big cats have been in big trouble for years.

http://www.environmentalhealthnews.org/t/3290090118823599880
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Solutions: West Coast #wastewater plant chooses trees over technology. By Brian Bienkowski of Environmental Health News

http://www.environmentalhealthnews.org/ehs/news/2015/jul/rogue-river-oregon-salmon-water-quality-trading-thermal-pollution-drought
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Brooklyn's "Hipster Havens" are indeed poisonous. #hipsters   #brooklyn   #toxins  

http://www.environmentalhealthnews.org/t/3290090118823599866
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Retro-post: July 31, 1894: David McClure, a Delegate to the Convention to amend New York State’s Constitution, proposes that the state’s #Adirondack Park be declared “Forever Wild.” The Park, one of the largest state preserves in the U.S., has enjoyed more than a century of wilderness protection.

http://www.adirondack-park.net/history/political/convention.html
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The National Wildlife Federation said Tuesday it intends to sue the U.S. Department of Transportation in an effort to compel the federal government to take a stronger stance on pipeline safety in the Great Lakes. #greatlakes

http://www.environmentalhealthnews.org/t/3290090118823598763
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Retro-post: July 30, 1945: Just a week before the end of World War II, the USS Indianapolis is torpedoed and sunk in the Philippine Sea. 300 of the 1200 crewmembers went down with the ship; the remaining two-thirds of the remaining 900 died before rescuers arrived four days later. Survivors said many of the dead were attacked by sharks.

http://www.ussindianapolis.org/story.htm
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The mission of Environmental Health News is to advance the public’s understanding of environmental health issues by publishing its own journalism and providing access to worldwide news about a variety of subjects related to the environment and health of humans, wildlife and ecosystems.

EHN journalists write articles that are published on the site. These stories are provided to newspapers and other media through EHN's news service. The content meets high journalistic standards and is under the control of Editor in Chief Marla Cone, an award-winning writer and one of the most experienced environmental journalists in the country. EHN also offers timely, daily access to hundreds of articles on environmental health topics published each day in the world press, and its searchable archives date back to 2002.
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