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Green News Report: March 29, 2011 (Audio)

Posted: 03/29/11 05:00 PM ET

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IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Fallout from the nuclear nightmare in Japan leads to a political shift in Germany; Plutonium found in the soil around the stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant; Americans trust the EPA more than Congress... so the GOP attacks the EPA -- again ... PLUS: Questioning America's emergency response to a Fukushima-style nuclear nightmare ... All that and more in today's Green News Report!

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IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA' (see links below): UN report: Cities ignore climate change at their peril; Study: Freshwater Content of Upper Arctic Ocean Increased since 1990; China 'to overtake US on science' in two years; Court OKs Air-Pollution Restrictions for Ships; TX Could Require Disclosure of Drilling Chemicals; China Leads Clean Energy Ranking as U.S. Falls; Massey coal mines hit with 80 citations for safety violations; Can Canada's Boreal Forest Be Saved?; Russian Support for Nuclear Power Weakens as Chernobyl Anniversary Nears; Trouble stalks America's biggest nuclear waste clean-up site; Enviro Lawyers in Knots Over Court's Ruling on Calif. Climate Law; Pittsburgh's Ash, Oak Trees Expected to Die Off ... PLUS: San Diego Dolphin Deaths Linked to Navy Training ....

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