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Capital Gazette (Wed 22 Jul, 2015)
Letters: Disability commission; Rec center; Downtown Annapolis
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Disability commission


Medio (Wed 22 Jul, 2015)
'El río Meta está bajo amenaza'
Staff quoted: Simon Costanzo
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Simon Costanzo, del Centro de Ciencias Ambientales de la Universidad de Maryland, habló sobre el proyecto 'Reporte de salud de la cuenca del Orinoco', que incluye los ríos Meta, Bita y Guaviare, y que se adelanta en conjunto con la WWF y el Instituto Alexander von Humboldt.


Annapolis Patch (Tue 21 Jul, 2015)
City Council Hosts Public Hearing on St. Mary's Street Property
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PUBLIC HEARING ON 9 ST. MARY'S STREET PROPERTY


El Espectador (Colombia) (Tue 21 Jul, 2015)
A THERMOMETER TO THE ORINOCO
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"I assure you that this area is not the same. I'm Ranger and have lived all my life here. The Orinoco region is changing very fast. Here abundant fish, birds, alligators and capybaras and more and less. What has increased, however, are oil projects, industrial monocultures and fishing ". Julio Cesar Rivera is a teacher and lives in Meta. Speaks with concern that suspected it could be one of the largest environmental losses in the country.


The Star Democrat (Fri 17 Jul, 2015)
Queen Anne's gives $10,000 toward oyster recovery efforts
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CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne's County Commissioners approved a request from the local watermen's association for $10,000 to support oyster recovery efforts by Harris Seafood Company.


My Eastern Shore MD (Fri 17 Jul, 2015)
County gives $10,000 toward oyster recovery efforts
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CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne's County Commissioners approved request from the local Waterman's Association for $10,000 to support of oyster recovery efforts by Harris Seafood Company.


UDaily (Thu 16 Jul, 2015)
Climate for educators
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Melissa Rogers
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Twenty-five educators from Delaware and Maryland will head to the University of Delaware's Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes on Wednesday, July 22, to study how solar and wind energy could help to address the challenges of climate change.


The Carroll County Times (Wed 15 Jul, 2015)
Group collects shells in effort to save the Chesapeake Bay
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A small group of conservationists in Carroll County has started a movement that they hope will make a big difference in the recovery of the Chesapeake Bay.


The Talbot Spy (Tue 14 Jul, 2015)
Out and About (Sort Of): Climate Change By Howard Freedlander
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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After reading the past weekend about plans by the City of Annapolis to protect historic and cultural institutions from the threat of up to 3.8 feet of sea-level rise as predicted by scientists by the end of this century, I thought immediately about the exposure of Oxford, St. Michaels and Tilghman Island to the ravages of significant sea-level rise on the Eastern Shore.


Wicked Local Falmouth (Mon 13 Jul, 2015)
Falmouth couple will bike to raise awareness of climate change
Staff quoted: Eric Davidson
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To combat climate change, a Falmouth couple will pedal 320 miles for the planet during "Climate Ride Northeast."


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