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Report outlines cure for nationâ€™s ailing parks
Report outlines cure for nationâ€™s ailing parks By brett prettyman The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jun 29, 2011 08:19AM MDT Americaâ€™s national parks suffer from a â€œserious illness,â€ but a conservation group is pointing to a multipronged cure: Boost funding, protect artifacts, rein in development, guard against climate change, enforce environmental laws, control non-native species, reintroduce …
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‘Tuko’: Cure for AIDS?
CAGAYAN DE ORO, Philippines â€“ The Protected Areas and Wildlife division of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources was put on alert after a trade involving selling and buying geckos or â€œtukoâ€ erupted in the area.
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RockSolid FloorsÂ® (http://www.RockSolidFloors.com) has created a new method of applying the look of elegant stone floors with its Polyurea Colour System.Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) June 30, 2011 RockSolid FloorsÂ® has developed its RockSolid Polyurea Colour Systemâ„¢. This new flooring system is capable of applying two colors at once in a unique pattern to produce a natural …
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National Parks Ailing, But a Cure Is Possible, Report Says
A decade-long survey of National Park Service sites gives the system a grade that is, at best, mediocre, and enumerates challenges faced by national parks, including invasive species, climate change, encroaching pollution and development, and chronic underfunding.
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