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 It’s all quite remarkable—a formerly pristine hamlet in western Wyoming suffers ozone pollution levels higher than Los Angeles because of nearby natural gas drilling, nuclear power plant waste plunges into the Pacific threatening to wipe out Japan’s fishing industry, BP prepares to resume Gulf Coast drilling less than a year after its oil well blew up with dead porpoises and sea turtles still washing up on area beaches, and the drill, drill, drill folks are back thanks to rising oil prices over the Middle East political contagion.

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