Executive Editor for Environment, National Geographic
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Interior Releases Updated Draft Rule for Hydraulic Fracturing on Public and Indian Lands for Public Commentdoi.gov — Interior Releases Updated Draft Rule for Hydraulic Fracturing on Public and Indian Lands for Public Comment Commonsense Measure Will Support Safe and Responsible Production of America's Domestic Energy Resources 05/16/2013 Jessica Kershaw (Interior) 202-208-6416 Bev Winston (BLM) 202-912-7239 WASHINGTON - As part of the Obama Administration's all-of-the-above strategy to support safe and responsible domestic energy production, the Department of the Interior today announced the release of an updated draft proposal that would establish commonsense safety standards for hydraulic fracturing on public and Indian lands.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - The Obama administration on Thursday issued a new set of proposed rules governing hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas on public lands, moving further to address industry concerns about the costs and reporting burdens of federal regulation.
moa.agu.org — A new study finds a decline in snow and ice on Mount Everest (second peak from left) and the national park surrounding it. Credit: Pavel Novak American Geophysical Union 13 May 2013 AGU Release No.
news.nationalgeographic.com — Brian Handwerk Published May 16, 2013 Everest isn't the same mountain it was when Jim Whittaker became the first U.S. climber to summit the peak in 1963. The world's highest peak has been shedding snow and ice for the past 50 years, possibly due in part to global warming, new research says.
guardian.co.uk — Fancy working in the great outdoors? Good with animals? Ready to run for your life? Then Norway has just the job for you. Odd Olsen Ingerø, the governor of Svalbard, is on the hunt for a polar bear spotter to stand guard while researchers carry out work on the islands.
foodtank.org — TED is a non-profit devoted to "ideas worth spreading", and you can find literally thousands of free--inspiring and awesome--talks from experts and innovators around the world. We've decided to highlight 24 TED talks specifically around food issues that we found compelling and worth sharing. Please check out and watch as many of these as you can.
bjp-online.com — "To have such a distinguished 25-year-old festival, which has a huge following, invite me to have an exhibition there, I feel honoured and proud," says photographer Don McCullin, who spoke to BJP ahead of Visa pour l'Image's press conference. "I'm going to enjoy it.
bjp-online.com — Pecha Kucha: The art of speed-talking about photography Pecha Kucha is a talk format that allows speakers six minutes and 40 seconds to showcase 20 slides - and it's proving wildly popular, having now been adopted at events running in nearly 600 cities worldwide, including in Paris when it was first introduced last year at the Paris Photo fair, as Laurence Butet-Roch finds out
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