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  •  - Women and children gather around municipal corporation water taps as they wait to fill their empty containers with drinking water in Ahmedabad

    Women and children gather around municipal corporation water taps as they wait to fill their empty containers with drinking water in Ahmedabad

    Posted: 5/8/2012 8:39:32 AM EST
    Women and children gather around municipal corporation water taps as they wait to fill their empty containers with drinking water in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad May 8, 2012. India's economic growth and political stability are at stake in coming years if it does not change its approach to water management, a member of its natural resources planning commission told Reuters last week. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
  •  - Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Oliver speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

    Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Oliver speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

    Posted: 5/7/2012 3:38:31 PM EST
    Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa May 7, 2012. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
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    Posted: 5/4/2012 10:05:45 AM EST
    FILE - In this Monday, April 30, 2012 file photo, a sculpture resembling the Loch Ness monster rises out of the Chippewa River in Eau Claire, Wis. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources views the sculpture as an illegal obstruction to a navigable waterway and wants it removed. A person claiming to be the creator emailed the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram Thursday, May 3, 2012 and said the sculpture would be removed in the next 10 days. (AP Photo/Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Dan Reiland, File)
  •  - A girl walks with her goat near polluted water as her parents dig a pond to filter the water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county

    A girl walks with her goat near polluted water as her parents dig a pond to filter the water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county

    Posted: 4/24/2012 11:38:11 PM EST
    A girl walks with her goat near polluted water as her parents (not seen) dig a pond to filter the water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county, Yunnan province April 24, 2012. China's rapid economic growth has been achieved at the expense of its natural environment, as excessive exploitation of natural resources and the expansion of highly polluting industries, compounded with a swelling population, has left deep scars on the country's landscape, Xinhua News Agency reported. Picture taken April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Wong Campion (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE ANIMALS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - A farmer rests on a rock as his fellow farmers dig a pond to filter the polluted water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county

    A farmer rests on a rock as his fellow farmers dig a pond to filter the polluted water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county

    Posted: 4/24/2012 11:36:54 PM EST
    A farmer rests on a rock as his fellow farmers dig a pond to filter the polluted water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county, Yunnan province April 24, 2012. China's rapid economic growth has been achieved at the expense of its natural environment, as excessive exploitation of natural resources and the expansion of highly polluting industries, compounded with a swelling population, has left deep scars on the country's landscape, Xinhua News Agency reported. Picture taken April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Wong Campion (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE POLITICS)
  •  - A farmer wades in polluted water as he and his fellow farmers dig a pond to filter the water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county

    A farmer wades in polluted water as he and his fellow farmers dig a pond to filter the water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county

    Posted: 4/24/2012 11:34:59 PM EST
    A farmer wades in polluted water as he and his fellow farmers dig a pond to filter the water for their farmlands nearby, in Lagu township of Huize county, Yunnan province April 24, 2012. China's rapid economic growth has been achieved at the expense of its natural environment, as excessive exploitation of natural resources and the expansion of highly polluting industries, compounded with a swelling population, has left deep scars on the country's landscape, Xinhua News Agency reported. Picture taken April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Wong Campion (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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    Posted: 4/18/2012 12:55:46 PM EST
    FILE- This undated file photo provided by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources shows an adult emerald ash borer. The invasive beetle that has destroyed tens of millions of ash trees over the past decade has been found east of the Hudson River for the first time, marking its closest known threat to New England, researchers in New York told The Associated Press on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. (AP Photo/Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, File)
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    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:45:48 PM EST
    This Friday, April 13, 2011, photo shows a sign similar to ones the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources plans put up at a nude beach in the Town of Mazomanie, Wis. State park officials are planning to crack down this summer on illicit sex at a famous beach about 45 minutes northwest of Madison, saying canoe rental operations near the beach are tired of watching naked people cavort in the woods around the beach. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 1:19:38 PM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver (R) speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 1:17:19 PM EST
    A sign reading "Jobs, Growth, and Prosperity" is seen as Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto, April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 1:03:40 PM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 12:17:56 PM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference at the Automatic Coating Limited plant in Toronto, April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Oliver takes tour of Automatic Coating Limited with President Bamford before news conference in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Oliver takes tour of Automatic Coating Limited with President Bamford before news conference in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 12:16:27 PM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver takes a tour of Automatic Coating Limited with company President Brad Bamford (R) before a news conference in Toronto April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 12:12:10 PM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in Toronto April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - A sign reading "Jobs, Growth, and Prosperity" is seen as Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in Toronto

    A sign reading "Jobs, Growth, and Prosperity" is seen as Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 11:54:33 AM EST
    A sign reading "Jobs, Growth, and Prosperity" is seen as Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in Toronto, April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 11:53:47 AM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto, April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 11:53:08 AM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto, April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto

    Natural Resources Minister Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto

    Posted: 4/17/2012 11:52:16 AM EST
    Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks at a news conference in in Toronto, April 17, 2012. Despite the introduction of new rules to speed the approval of mines and pipelines in Canada, existing environmental reviews of major projects will carry on, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told reporters on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Insight MYANMAR-ENERGY/

    To match Insight MYANMAR-ENERGY/

    Posted: 4/15/2012 2:14:23 PM EST
    An oil well operates in Chauk, home to one of the longest producing oil fields in the world, April 1, 2012. Despite the rich natural resources in the area, villages near Chauk do not receive public electricity but must depend on limited funds to keep the lights on at night. Picture taken April 1, 2012. To match Insight MYANMAR-ENERGY/ REUTERS/Staff (MYANMAR - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Insight MYANMAR-ENERGY/

    To match Insight MYANMAR-ENERGY/

    Posted: 4/15/2012 2:13:41 PM EST
    Oil workers, contracted by Swiss-based Geopetrol International Holdings Inc., conduct maintenance on an oil well in Chauk April 1, 2012. The oil well is one of many that dominate the landscape in Chauk, home to one of the longest producing oil fields in the world. Despite the rich natural resources in the area, villages near Chauk do not receive public electricity but must depend on limited funds to keep the lights on at night. Picture taken April 1, 2012. To match Insight MYANMAR-ENERGY/ REUTERS/Staff (MYANMAR - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY)


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