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Japan's Once-Powerful Nuclear Industry Is Under Siege

My report at Yale Environment 360 on Japanese activists’ long battle against one nuclear power plant, slated to be built on landfill in a national park.
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Japan Opposes All Protection for Ocean Species

Questions have arisen about the effectiveness of CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species: During the 2010 meeting in Doha, Qatar, the Convention has voted against protections for bluefin tuna, red corals, and sharks. TRAFFIC and the World Wildlife Fund have criticized CITES’ failure to restrict trade that seems destined to wipe out  Read More 
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Fin Whale

Fin Whale From the smallest to the largest! Inspired by beautiful photos of Fin Whales posted on The Mudflats, a favorite Alaskan website, we’re following Rodent Week with an examination of the Fin Whale, which experienced a global decline of over 70% over the past three generations, reduced to 2-3% of its former numbers.  Read More 
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