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- Whatever happened to wave power? Environmental Capital reviews why harvesting wave energy is behind other renewables…and why it probably won’t catch up.
- Guess which topic drew a standing room only crowd yesterday at a House committee hearing? Permit allocations in the Waxman-Markey bill! The Vine reports on the debate…and why the labeling of those allowances as “give-aways” is misleading.
- Why are northern spotted owl populations still declining in the Pacific Northwest after a ban on old-growth logging there? Conservation Genetics says its due to a limited gene pool for the remaining birds.
- Amazing but true: Afghanistan has found time to declare 33 species there protected, reports Dot Earth.
- Amazing but true II: A fence made of beehives is being used in Kenya to stop a bull elephant from raiding crops there, reports Short Sharp Science.
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Tags: Afghanistan, beehive fence, bees, Climate Change, Conservation Genetics, Dot Earth, Environmental Capital, Kenya, northern spotted owl, permit allocations, Short Sharp Science, The Vine, wave energy, Waxman-Markey