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1116-39953 - This hard coral colony in the Pacific has begun to bleach, expelling its symbiotic zooxanthellae, consequences of global climate change and climate warming, Yap, Micronesia
832-154676 - Residents rally at City Hall, asking that the city establish a citizens review board to monitor the police and increase the police force's diversity, Hamtramck, Michigan, USA
832-136109 - Pine trees killed by an outbreak of mountain pine beetles which killed millions of acres of pine trees in the American west; scientists expect the problem to worsen due to global warming, because very cold weather is needed to kill the beetles, Grand Lake
817-424329 - Severe winter, frozen car trapped in ice, Versoix, canton of Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Lake Geneva shore, Switzerland, water was blown out from the lake by very strong wind and at very low temperature it got frozen immediately
857-66658 - Seven workers are disassembling computers at TES-AMM Shanghai, which was founded on September 21, 2005, currently has 67 employees of which 26 are workers. With an annual production capacity of 10,000 tons, it has only treated 2,000 tons of e-waste from its founding more than a year ago. 'The biggest problem is that there isn't an e-waste recycling channel in China. The biggest chunks of raw materials we get are from government bodies, which are upgrading their equipments, and electronic appliances franchises that are washing out their outdated inventories. We don't have any imported e-waste because that's banned by the government. It takes a worker no more than ten minutes to disassemble a computer, and each worker can deal with between 60 to 70 computers a day,' says Janice Wu, who's the Environment & Quality Management Dept. Manager and Plant Manager Assistant.
1194-2536 - Vietnam anti trafficking project at tra on in vinh long province in the mekong delta region of vietnam. many young people have succumbed to bein. for marriage or work in neighboring countries, and this project addresses the problem. in this image the vice-principal of tra on high school, ngoc bich, talks to a group of 12th graders about the problem
1194-85 - CAMBODIA Grandmother and baby in hammock. Don Tok village, Kampot, lies beside a river estuary and is often flooded by sea water, a consequence of climate change during the last few years. CRS is studying the problem through its partner agency, SCW (Save Cambodian Wildlife). These people have to endure the inconvenience of daily flooding around their homes. photo by Sean Sprague
1194-2558 - Vietnam unexploded ordnance, both bombs dropped by americans and land mines laid by both sides during the vietnam war, remain a big problem in central vietnam for children and adults alike. in response, crs has implemented a mine risk education program in quang tri province near the former khe sanh battlefield. this image shows the yard of a scrap metal merchant in tan hop. 80% of the steel comes from bombs, either exploded or unexploded. collecting and selling scarp metal has for long been an income for many poor people in the area
1194-2559 - Vietnam unexploded ordnance, both bombs dropped by americans and land mines laid by both sides during the vietnam war, remain a big problem in central vietnam for children and adults alike. in response, crs has implemented a mine risk education program in quang tri province near the former khe sanh battlefield. this image shows the yard of a scrap metal merchant in tan hop. 80% of the steel comes from bombs, either exploded or unexploded. collecting and selling scarp metal has for long been an income for many poor people in the area
1194-86 - CAMBODIA Group of children. Don Tok village, Kampot, lies beside a river estuary and is often flooded by sea water, a consequence of climate change during the last few years. CRS is studying the problem through its partner agency, SCW (Save Cambodian Wildlife). Local children and families who are being affected by local flooding. photo by Sean Sprague
817-375660 - Gojahaven is a town in the far north of canada in 1000 where Inuits living Not many Inuits lots the skills of building an ingloo Only few old people still build them when they are hunting for animals
817-375664 - Gojahaven is a town in the far north of canada in 1000 where Inuits living Not many Inuits lots the skills of building an ingloo Only few old people still build them when they are hunting for animals
1036-84 - Killer whale (Orcinus orca): this is a male but the dorsal fin has flopped over. This is probably genetic and not thought to be a big problem. Olafsvik, Iceland.
1036-85 - Killer whale (Orcinus orca): this is a male but the dorsal fin has flopped over. This is probably genetic and not thought to be a big problem. Olafsvik, Iceland.
1024-279 - 'Hunters Deer and Elk head drop' sign and barrel, Wyoming, USA. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department collect samples from deer and elk during the hunting season to test for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in the state's deer and elk herds. Chronic wasting disease is a fatal neurological disease that has been diagnosed in free ranging deer, elk and moose in 11 states and two Canadian provinces.