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Report: "The Dangers for Journalists Who Expose Environmental Issues"

Around the world, journalists face considerable risks when they expose environmental misdeeds. A new report from Reporters Without Borders/Reporters Sans Frontières looks at 13 cases of journalists and bloggers who have been killed, physically attacked, jailed, threatened or censored for reporting on the environment.

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"Bering Sea Pollock Survey Finds Fewer Fish Than Anticipated"

"Government researchers have released data indicating that Alaska's Bering Sea pollock population remains low. ... The pollock fishery in the eastern Bering is the nation's largest commercial fish harvest by weight, and it is Alaska's most valuable fishery, worth nearly $1 billion annually."

Source: Anchorage Daily News, 09/21/2009

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