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  • 27 Sep 2013- 10:17 by OOSKAnews Correspondent BUCHAREST, Romania Romanian Environment Minister Rovana Plumb said this week that the future of the controversial Rosia Montana gold mine project in the country’s Transylvania region will be determined by European law, because the river whose water
  • 25 Sep 2013- 10:13 by OOSKAnews Correspondent MEXICO CITY, Mexico Mexico's Ministry of Health, in coordination with state government services and health institutions, has begun an operation to prevent and protect against health risks in the wake of hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel. Hurricane
  • 16 Sep 2013- 10:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent BUCHAREST, Romania In the wake of large-scale demonstrations throughout the country, the Romanian parliament appears set to reject the proposed Rosia Montana gold mine project in western Transylvania. Protesters asked that the project be halted due to
  • 10 Sep 2013- 10:04 by OOSKAnews Correspondent NEUQUÉN, Argentina Provision and maintenance of water supply will be essential for the success of Argentina’s plans to develop its huge shale gas reserves, according to Melissa Stark, executive director of clean energy in Accenture’s Energy Group.
  • 10 Sep 2013- 06:52 by Local Press Report BUCHAREST BBC News Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta says he believes parliament will reject a long-delayed gold mine project. Ponta was speaking after thousands of Romanians demonstrated against the Rosia Montana project. The Canadian firm involved in
  • 4 Sep 2013- 09:58 by Local Press Report BUCHAREST Turkish Weekly A two-stage EU funded project meant to tackle the aging sewage treatment infrastructure will significantly change Bucharest's ecological landscape. With Bucharest being the only EU capital still with no fully-fledged wastewater
  • 4 Sep 2013- 10:01 by OOSKAnews Correspondent HERMOSILLO, Mexico Residents of the Sonora community of Ónavas and surrounding areas are being warned against using water from the Yaqui River after a tanker truck carrying 16,000 liters of sodium cyanide crashed in the area last week. On August 29,