Sunday, January 8, 2012

In Case You Missed It - Week of January 1-7

- Chinese authorities agreed to release more detailed information on Beijing's air pollution.

- Voters in Kivalina, Alaska decided to move their community's school away from the eroding coast.

- An Ecuadorian court ratified an $18 billion judgment against Chevron, while Chevron described the judgment as unenforceable.

- A state-federal conflict is brewing in New Jersey, with EPA opining that a water quality/planning bill supported by developers may conflict with federal law.

- In Montana, sportsmen's groups are offering bounties to encourage hunters to kill more wolves.  So far, the total kill is well below the state's quota.

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