01 Jun '11, 7pm

Japan Underestimated Tsunami Risk, Report Says: A critical report emerges as the nation's prime minister faces a...

A team of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency says Japan failed to prepare adequate backup systems at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, Martin Fackler reports from Tokyo . Their report says that Japan underestimated the danger of tsunamis, and it suggests that collusive ties between regulators and industry led to weak oversight.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/01/japan-underesti...

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Japan Underestimated Tsunami Risk, Report Says

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A team of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency says Japan failed to prepare adequate backup systems at t...

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A team of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency says Japan failed to prepare adequate backup systems at t...

Red Meat Increases Bowel Cancer Risk by 17 Percent

Red Meat Increases Bowel Cancer Risk by 17 Percent

planetgreen.discovery.com 30 May '11, 7pm

You may have noticed from the post I recently wrote on the Eat to Defeat Cancer Campaign that the only food group not on t...

WWF soya report highlights causes of deforestation

wwf.org.uk 31 May '11, 9am

Last week we heard news of an unprecedented increase in Amazon deforestation in the soya production frontier and today’s r...

Bait and Switch Report Reveals Rampant Seafood ...

treehugger.com 30 May '11, 9pm

Seafood images from Bait and Switch Report I'm lucky to live on Vancouver Island where you can't walk down the street with...

Bait and Switch Report Reveals Rampant Seafood ...

treehugger.com 30 May '11, 9pm

Many fish are intentionally mislabelled, but one DNA study shows that 90% of snapper is mislabelled while an investigation...