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youtube.com 30,834,319
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Organic Listing Variations
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A report back from the Day of the Dead Caravan to Oaxaca | Rising ...
A report back from the Day of the Dead Caravan to Oaxaca. Nov 18th, 2007. Brad Will Presente! Oaxaca Resiste! Fuera PFP de Oaxaca! Presos Politicos Libertad ...
2.
Australia: Super-Cyclones, Dead Rainforest | Rising Tide North America
Jul 25, 2008 ... Courier-Mail, the Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, the ... ALL NORTH AMERICAN CONTACTS · Marea Creciente Ecuador · Rising Tide Australia ...
3.
U.S. Weather Trends-March, 2008 | Rising Tide North America
U.S. Weather Trends-March, 2008. Apr 22nd, 2008. ————————— “ * Although the ocean surface average was only the 13th warmest on record, as the cooling ...
4.
U.S. Weather Trends-March, 2008 | Rising Tide North America
U.S. Weather Trends-March, 2008. Apr 22nd, 2008. ————————— “ * Although the ocean surface average was only the 13th warmest on record, as the cooling ...
5.
2007 UK Floods ‘No Link to Climate’ | Rising Tide North America
Mar 11, 2008 ... The UK’s summer floods of 2007 were a freak event unrelated to global climate change, ... That said, 2007 did break a number of records. ...
6.
ALERT! Last Minute Effort by Bushies to Undermine Land Protection ...
Oct 10, 2008 ... “It is clear that this last-minute move by the Bush Administration, ... 43 CFR 2310.5, the Secretary of the Interior must withdraw lands ...
7.
Canadian Attack On MNN At Cornwall Border Crossing | Rising Tide ...
Jun 22, 2008 ... The Canada-U.S. border continuously places her family in danger. ..... http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/Iroquois. Link to MNN ...
8.
Rising Tide UK: 23 actions against the “Oil” Bank of Scotland and ...
Oct 15, 2007 ... Birmingham Uni flood campus NatWest: Over thirty students from Birmingham People and Planet descended upon the Natwest branch on campus. ...
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Rising Tide UK: 23 actions against the “Oil” Bank of Scotland and ...
Oct 15, 2007 ... Oxford demo and pipeline theatre: RBS and NatWest branches visited ... a half hour discussion with the central Glasgow RBS branch manager in ...
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UPDATE: Navajo & Hopi Protest OSM in DENVER!! | Rising Tide North ...
Dec 11, 2008 ... Navajo and Hopi tell Office of Surface Mining in Denver "NO! ... their mining area, and give them renewed access to Navajo Aquifer water… ...
 
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