Monthly Archives: July 2015

Jenny Daltry: Antigua Clears Alien Mammals from 15 Offshore Cays

An Article by Dr. Jenny Daltry, the Fauna & Flora International (FFI) expert who has worked with the Antigua Environmental Awareness Group (EAG), and other partners to clear rats, mongooses and similar alien species from offshore cays in Antigua-Barbuda in … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Copyright Coup: Jamaica’s Public Domain Plundered

from a post on the Civic e-mail group JULY 24, 2015 | BY JEREMY MALCOLM HTTPS://WWW.EFF.ORG/DEEPLINKS/2015/07/ANATOMY-COPYRIGHT-COUP-JAMAICAS-PUBLIC-DOMAIN-PLUNDERED A bill extending the term of copyright by an additional 45 years—almost doubling it, in the case of corporate and government works—sailed through the … Continue reading

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Last Saturday on the South River . . .

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Kincey’s Kit

Kit, growing into his ears, on Childs Point Road, 15 July 2015

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Intelligent Tourism Talk from VietNam

from the English-language VietNam News <; Updated July, 12 2015 08:38:00 Limited tourism helps keep island green Still pristine: Many visitors to Hoi An City cannot resist the unspoilt beauty of Cham Island, which they can reach in just 25 … Continue reading

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Coral Bleaching Threat Increasing in Western Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

Coral bleaching threat increasing in western Atlantic and Pacific oceans Rising ocean temperatures threaten spread of major heat stress to Hawaiian reefs [For added information on this topic, see Nick Robson’s Climate Change blog.] July 6, 2015 Bleached and dead Acorpora … Continue reading

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Who Is the Greatest Threat to Western Civilization?

A note from Bruce Potter

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