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Navy will resume sinking of old war ships; 3 are on target list
Los Angeles Times : July 2, 2012

  Summary:  The U.S. Navy is to resume its ship sinking program, known as Sinkex, for the first time since its suspension due to environmental concerns. The Navy wants to target old vessels for live-ammunition exercises and assures of plans to clean the ships of pollutants and carcinogens such as polychlorinated biphenyls, better known as PCBs.

Environmental groups argue that if the training exercises resume, pollution from ships will contaminate the water and even poison the food chain. The groups believe that the Navy should clean up the vessels to higher standards than it is proposing. “The Navy shouldn’t be treated differently,” said Todd True, an attorney with Earthjustice, the public interest law firm that represents the groups. “They just keep putting toxics in the deep ocean and forget about them. But once they’re in the ocean, you can’t forget about them because they work their way into the ecosystem.”

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Arctic drilling creeps forward now, and in 5 years
The Detroit News : July 2, 2012
Lawsuit claims federal agency failed to protect Hawaii's false killer whales
KITV News : June 26, 2012
Roan Plateau drilling plan set aside by judge
The Denver Post : June 24, 2012
Progress on the sidelines as Rio conference ends
The New York Times : June 24, 2012
Appalachian Communities Health Emergency Act introduced in Congress
The Huffington Post : June 19, 2012
Global ocean acidification monitoring network to launch at Rio summit
The Washington Post : June 16, 2012
EPA proposes more stringent soot rules
The Washington Post : June 14, 2012
Environmental groups oppose new Thompson Divide drilling requests
Post Independent : June 13, 2012
State takes aim at mercury pollution
West Palm Beach News : June 10, 2012