Ocean experiment highlights need for regulations, Canada tells UN meeting
A controversial ocean fertilization experiment off the British Columbia coast highlights the urgent need for a worldwide regulatory regime to consider such experiments on a case-by-case basis, Canada told delegates Monday at a meeting of countries that have signed onto a moratorium.
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#1 Oct 30, 2012
#2 Oct 30, 2012
..ahhhh bah..humbug..the UN is..useless,here...but, I's like whale-soup...eh...
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