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GLIN==> The Environment Report for 02.16.09



Today on The Environment Report...

Scientists have already linked excess
estrogen in rivers from things like 'The
Pill' to gender bending in fish.  Male fish
are picking up female attributes and some
are even growing eggs.  Rebecca Williams
reports on a study that finds a new group of
chemicals might be making the problem worse.

And... you might be surprised just how much
energy a simple Google search uses.  Julie Grant
reports the big IT companies are finding ways to
save energy... virtually.


TODAY'S DAILY REPORT: ----------------------------------------------- FEMINIZED FISH & ONLINE ENERGY http://environmentreport.org/show.php?showID=98 -----------------------------------------------

TODAY'S NEWS FEATURE:
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SAVING ENERGY IN ONLINE ACTIVITIES
http://environmentreport.org/story.php?story_id=4352
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TODAY'S NEWS SPOT:
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WATER POLLUTION FEMINIZING FISH
http://environmentreport.org/story.php?story_id=4353
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