‘Green News Report’ – October 3, 2013

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‘Green News Report’ – October 3, 2013
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IN TODAY’S RADIO REPORT: Non-essential FEMA workers essential after all, as potential hurricane threatens Gulf Coast; Russia charges Greenpeace activists with piracy; Tesla electric car battery catches fire; Do cities have a right to ban plastic bags?; PLUS: What the corporate media didn’t tell you about the new UN climate report … All that and more in today’s Green News Report!

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IN ‘GREEN NEWS EXTRA’ (see links below): Fracking wastewater contaminated Pennsylvania streambeds; BP’s well control exec says he was unprepared for U.S. Gulf blowout; Australia: Hottest September on record; More leaks at Fukushima; More bad news for Minnesota moose; Methane more potent greenhouse gas than previously thought; Farming vs. hunting on grasslands; Ocean acidification rises to record levels: “The next mass extinction may have already begun”; Monsanto buys climate change forecasting company; … PLUS: If You Distrust Vaccines, You’re More Likely to Think NASA Faked the Moon Landings … and much, MUCH more! …

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Good News – The Huffington Post
Zoe Wyatt, First-Grader, Gets The Best Lunch Surprise Ever
Just another reason why lunch is the best part of the school day.

Special James Wyatt, who served in Iraq, came home and surprised his daughter Zoe Wyatt during her school’s lunch time, WXII reports. We have a feeling this is one lunch date she’ll never forget.

Hopefully, dad got his own chocolate milk.

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