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July 2009 Blog Posts (4)

STOP Long Animal Transports - Sign petition!

I found this interesting webpage today:

STOP Long Animal Transports

Today, too many animals are transported under unacceptable conditions on European highways.

The most important issue is the duration of the transports. Current EU legislation allows for animals to be transported for several days. This has to be changed. Live animals for slaugther should never be transported for more than eight… Continue

Added by Mika Huettner on July 29, 2009 at 11:41am — No Comments

Rules of the network

Dear networkers,

We recently had some member which used the forum for commercial purposes, such as advertising all sorts of stuff. I have tried to keep and eye on that and deleted such posts immediately. Please note, that any member who posts commercial stuff will be banned immediately! This is a non-profit initiative, its members contribute to the network in their freetime. Our aim is to share information on environmental issues and help each other with news, posting and answering… Continue

Added by Mika Huettner on July 29, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

Mutterschaftsvertretung gesucht: NAJU sucht ReferentIn Internationales

Die Naturschutzjugend im NABU (NAJU) ist die Jugendorganisation des Naturschutzbundes Deutschland. Mit rund 75.000 Mitgliedern im Alter von 6 bis 27 Jahren ist sie einer der größten Jugendumweltverbände in Deutschland. Der NAJU-Bundesverband bündelt die gemeinschaftli-chen Interessen auf Bundesebene und fungiert als Servicestelle für seine Untergliederungen.

Seit vielen Jahren engagiert sich der NAJU-Bundesverband sowohl im internationalen… Continue

Added by Juli Rosin on July 14, 2009 at 2:07pm — No Comments

Press Release: Permafrost melting a growing climate threat -study

Permafrost melting a growing climate threat

SINGAPORE, July 1 (Reuters) - The amount of carbon locked away in frozen soils in the far Northern Hemisphere is double previous estimates and rapid melting could accelerate global warming, a study released on Wednesday says.

Large areas of northern Russia, Canada, Nordic countries and the U.S. state of Alaska have deep layers of frozen soil near the surface called permafrost.

Global warming has already… Continue

Added by Mika Huettner on July 6, 2009 at 9:26am — No Comments

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