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  •  - A park ranger moors a boat along a bank in the Kopacki Rit nature park in Osijek

    A park ranger moors a boat along a bank in the Kopacki Rit nature park in Osijek

    Posted: 4/19/2012 11:34:46 AM EST
    A park ranger moors a boat along a bank in the Kopacki Rit nature park in Osijek April 18, 2012. Environmentalists say that a planned waterway regulation project on the Danube in eastern Croatia, currently pending government approval, could threaten Kopacki Rit nature park, one of the best preserved wetlands of Europe. Picture taken April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Partially submerged trees are seen along a waterway in the Kopacki Rit nature park in Osijek

    Partially submerged trees are seen along a waterway in the Kopacki Rit nature park in Osijek

    Posted: 4/19/2012 11:31:02 AM EST
    Partially submerged trees are seen along a waterway in the Kopacki Rit nature park in Osijek April 18, 2012. Environmentalists say that a planned waterway regulation project on the Danube in eastern Croatia, currently pending government approval, could threaten Kopacki Rit nature park, one of the best preserved wetlands of Europe. Picture taken April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A woman collects tin cans amid garbage, debris and chemical waste in the region of Ishem, near Durres

    A woman collects tin cans amid garbage, debris and chemical waste in the region of Ishem, near Durres

    Posted: 4/18/2012 3:20:34 PM EST
    A woman collects tin cans amid a large swathe of land filled with garbage, debris and chemical waste in the region of Ishem, near Durres along Albania's Adriatic Coast, some 50 km (31 miles) from capital Tirana April 18, 2012. According to local media, environmentalists have pointed out that widespread pollution in areas along the coast might affect tourism during the summer holiday season. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
  •  - A man collects tin cans amid garbage, debris and chemical waste in Ishem, near Durres along Albania's Adriatic Coast

    A man collects tin cans amid garbage, debris and chemical waste in Ishem, near Durres along Albania's Adriatic Coast

    Posted: 4/18/2012 3:18:29 PM EST
    A man collects tin cans amid a large swathe of land filled with garbage, debris and chemical waste in the region of Ishem, near Durres along Albania's Adriatic Coast, some 50 km (31 miles) from capital Tirana April 18, 2012. According to local media, environmentalists have pointed out that widespread pollution in areas along the coast might affect tourism during the summer holiday season. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
  •  - A fisherman checks his net as he prepares to fish in the region of Ishem, near Durres in Albania's Adriatic Coast

    A fisherman checks his net as he prepares to fish in the region of Ishem, near Durres in Albania's Adriatic Coast

    Posted: 4/18/2012 3:16:01 PM EST
    A fisherman checks his net as he prepares to fish in the region of Ishem, near Durres in Albania's Adriatic Coast, about 50 km (31 miles) from capital Tirana April 18, 2012. According to local media, environmentalists have pointed out that widespread pollution in areas along the coast might affect tourism during the summer holiday season. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
  •  - Clayton Thomas-Muller, a campaigner against the Tar Sands development in Canada, sings a traditional song outside the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London

    Clayton Thomas-Muller, a campaigner against the Tar Sands development in Canada, sings a traditional song outside the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London

    Posted: 4/12/2012 8:26:03 AM EST
    Clayton Thomas-Muller, a campaigner against the Tar Sands development in Canada, sings a traditional song outside the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London April 12, 2012. BP held its annual general meeting on Thursday, as the firm expected protests from environmentalists and investors alike as it made the latest in a series of attempts to put its Gulf of Mexico oil spill behind it. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
  •  - An attendee arrives for the BP AGM at the ExCel centre in east London

    An attendee arrives for the BP AGM at the ExCel centre in east London

    Posted: 4/12/2012 8:10:07 AM EST
    An attendee arrives for the BP AGM at the ExCel centre in east London April 12, 2012. BP held its annual general meeting on Thursday, as the firm expected protests from environmentalists and investors alike as it made the latest in a series of attempts to put its Gulf of Mexico oil spill behind it. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
  •  - Protest banners hang on railings ahead of the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London

    Protest banners hang on railings ahead of the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London

    Posted: 4/12/2012 8:03:54 AM EST
    Protest banners hang on railings ahead of the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London April 12, 2012. BP held its annual general meeting on Thursday, as the firm expected protests from environmentalists and investors alike as it made the latest in a series of attempts to put its Gulf of Mexico oil spill behind it. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
  •  - Police officers stand behind a protest banner ahead of the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London

    Police officers stand behind a protest banner ahead of the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London

    Posted: 4/12/2012 8:02:13 AM EST
    Police officers stand behind a protest banner ahead of the BP AGM, outside the ExCel centre in east London April 12, 2012. BP held its annual general meeting on Thursday, as the firm expected protests from environmentalists and investors alike as it made the latest in a series of attempts to put its Gulf of Mexico oil spill behind it. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 3/16/2012 11:45:46 AM EST
    File - In this file photo taken on Sunday, Aug. 31, 2008, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin locks a collar with a satellite tracker on the tranquilized five-year-old Ussuri tiger in a Russian Academy of Sciences reserve in Russia's Far East as he took a part in the national program for preserving the population of the Ussuri tiger conducted by researchers of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Animal-loving Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has been accused of staging his famous encounter with a tigress three years ago. St. Petersburg-based environmentalists Dmitry Molodtsov says that photos of the animal that Putin tagged with a GPS collar in 2008 and subsequent images of what preservationists claimed was the same tigress in fact showed two different animals, indicating that Putin's tigress never was let out into the wild. Molodtsov claimed Friday that Putin's tigress was borrowed from a local zoo for the occasion. A coordinator at the government-funded Amur tiger conservation project dismissed his claim as untrue.(AP Photo / RIA-Novosti, Alexei Druzhinin, Pool)
  •  - South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul

    South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul

    Posted: 3/10/2012 7:13:30 AM EST
    South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul March 10, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul

    South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul

    Posted: 3/10/2012 6:24:12 AM EST
    South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul March 10, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul

    South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul

    Posted: 3/10/2012 6:18:48 AM EST
    South Korean environmentalists perform during a rally held to commemorate the Fukushima nuclear disaster's one-year anniversary in central Seoul March 10, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A woman walks past signage put up by environmentalists in Male

    A woman walks past signage put up by environmentalists in Male

    Posted: 2/8/2012 3:42:38 AM EST
    A woman walks past signage put up by environmentalists in Male February 8, 2012. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (MALDIVES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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    Posted: 1/24/2012 7:05:45 AM EST
    In this Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012 photo, a Sumatran elephant is seen in Perawang, Riau province, Indonesia. The Sumatran elephant could be extinct in the wild within three decades unless immediate steps are taken to slow the breakneck pace of deforestation, environmentalists warned Tuesday, Jan. 24. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
  •  - A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square in Venice

    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square in Venice

    Posted: 1/23/2012 12:49:55 PM EST
    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square in Venice January 23, 2012. In the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster, Italian environmentalists and some politicians are demanding that big cruise ships be banned from passing too close to islands or shorelines, or entering delicate areas such as the Venice lagoon. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT MARITIME)
  •  - A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square

    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square

    Posted: 1/23/2012 9:00:57 AM EST
    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square January 23, 2012. In the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster, Italian environmentalists and some politicians are demanding that big cruise ships be banned from passing too close to islands or shorelines, or entering delicate areas such as the Venice lagoon. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS)
  •  - A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square

    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square

    Posted: 1/23/2012 8:59:27 AM EST
    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square January 23, 2012. In the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster, Italian environmentalists and some politicians are demanding that big cruise ships be banned from passing too close to islands or shorelines, or entering delicate areas such as the Venice lagoon. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS)
  •  - A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square

    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square

    Posted: 1/23/2012 8:58:06 AM EST
    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon near St. Mark's Square January 23, 2012. In the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster, Italian environmentalists and some politicians are demanding that big cruise ships be banned from passing too close to islands or shorelines, or entering delicate areas such as the Venice lagoon. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS)
  •  - A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon

    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon

    Posted: 1/23/2012 8:54:28 AM EST
    A cruise ship sails in the Venice lagoon January 23, 2012. In the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster, Italian environmentalists and some politicians are demanding that big cruise ships be banned from passing too close to islands or shorelines, or entering delicate areas such as the Venice lagoon. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS)
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