It's 1/11/11 and these are today's top Eco news worldwide.
2010 hottest year on record for Canada: report
National temperatures across Canada exceeded the average by 3 degrees
Celsius (37.4 Fahrenheit), which made 2010 the hottest year in the country,
Environment Canada’s 2010 report.
Sen. Yudichak Named Minority Chair Senate Environmental Committee
Sen. John Yudichak (D-Luzerne) was named Minority Chair of the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee this week.
Dept of Environment to lose 300 jobs
Three hundred jobs are expected to be removed at the Department of the
Environment over the next four years.
Scotland News: Fife eco-festival shelved for a year
Scotland's biggest eco-festival has been
shelved this year after becoming too
London News: Eco-spy Mark Kennedy exposed after he quit the Met
An undercover policeman who infiltrated eco-activists was exposed after he resigned from the force and began working for a private security firm, it emerged today.
Undercover police officer Mark Kennedy Photograph:
How eco-friendly is desalination?
Climate-change scientists say that rising sea levels endanger our fresh-water supply. You've explained why conserving freshwater matters, but what if we run out of the stuff? Can we just turn to desalination?
photo via slate.com
News: Birds Fall From Sky In California, Thousands Of Dead Fish Found In Chicago
Over 100 birds were found dead along a California highway this past weekend, and thousands of dead fish were reported along Chicago's lakefront prior to that. A smaller incident of around 30 dead birds was also reported in Missouri.
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