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“We can fix what we have broken” – Iran’s Lake Urmia shows new signs of life

PortandTerminal.com, November 12, 2019 Life is returning to the dying Salt Lake in North-West Iran.  The effort to restore what had been broken is slowly succeeding TEHRAN, IRAN – Lake Urmia, in Iran’s northwestern corner, was once the largest lake in Iran and the second-largest salt lake in the Middle East. In its prime, it covered about 2000 square miles …

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ICEBERGS: If they’re going to melt anyway then why waste the water?

PortandTerminal.com, October 3, 2019 Editor’s note: For the record, PortandTerminal.com would strongly prefer that runaway climate change was not melting the world’s glaciers and threatening life on our planet. HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA – In the past week, the media has been filled with articles about a giant iceberg larger than Los Angeles breaking off from the ice shelf in East …

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