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Environment
Polluted Oceans - 06 Sep 2011
116 PICTURES
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJRQ
August 02, 2011
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
MORIEUX, France
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to the public in Morieux, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQT
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTXWSXI
January 20, 2011
A boy jumps into the sea in the old city of Panama January 19, 2011. Panama?s government in 2010 started...
Panama, Panama
A boy jumps into the sea in the old city of Panama
A boy jumps into the sea in the old city of Panama January 19, 2011. Panama?s government in 2010 started treating wastewater polluting the bay and expects to finish the treatment in 2014 at an estimated cost of 352 million dollars, according to local media. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (PANAMA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
EMIRATES/
RTXUAJH
November 06, 2010
A diver holds up a sea urchin retrieved during a deep sea dive as part of the "Clean-Up Arabia" environmental...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A diver holds up a sea urchin retrieved during a deep sea dive as part of the "Clean-Up Arabia" environmental...
A diver holds up a sea urchin retrieved during a deep sea dive as part of the "Clean-Up Arabia" environmental campaign in Fujairah November 6, 2010. The annual campaign is aimed at cleaning local dive sites and beaches, with volunteers collecting garbage, consisting mainly of fishing nets, plastic and metal waste, from the shores and ocean. REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTXTMGD
October 20, 2010
A man pours water on the polluted banks of river Ganges beside the idols of Hindu god and goddess that...
Kolkata, India
A man pours water on the polluted banks of river Ganges beside the idols of Hindu god and goddess that...
A man pours water on the polluted banks of river Ganges beside the idols of Hindu god and goddess that were immersed during the Durga Puja festival in Kolkata October 20, 2010. In recent years, the religious festivals and customs in India have come under increasing scrutiny as public awareness of environmental issues grows. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY RELIGION)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXSEDW
September 19, 2010
A volunteer carries waste material onto the shore during a coastal clean-up drive in Manila Bay September...
Manila, Philippines
A volunteer carries waste material onto the shore during a coastal clean-up drive in Manila Bay
A volunteer carries waste material onto the shore during a coastal clean-up drive in Manila Bay September 19, 2010. Dozens of volunteers joined in the International Coastal Clean-up drive to remove debris and rubbish from shorelines, waterways and oceans for a cleaner marine environment. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXSEDI
September 19, 2010
A volunteer collects waste material floating on the water during a coastal clean-up drive in Manila Bay...
Manila, Philippines
A volunteer collects waste material floating on the water during a coastal clean-up drive in Manila Bay...
A volunteer collects waste material floating on the water during a coastal clean-up drive in Manila Bay September 19, 2010. Dozens of volunteers joined the International Coastal Clean-up drive to remove debris and rubbish from shorelines, waterways and oceans for a cleaner marine environment. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDIA-OILSPILL/
RTR2H8P1
August 11, 2010
A boy walks along the polluted shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai August 11, 2010. Two Panamanian ships...
multiple cities, India
A boy walks along the polluted shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai
A boy walks along the polluted shores of the Arabian Sea in Mumbai August 11, 2010. Two Panamanian ships collided just off Mumbai's coast last week and all crew members were rescued. One ship, which was carrying a cargo of diesel and lubricant oil capsized, triggering an oil slick that has spread to a distance of 2 nautical miles from the capsized ship, a navy official said. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
OIL-SPILL/
RTR2FORY
June 24, 2010
Oil washes ashore at the Cotton Bayou public beach in Orange Beach, Alabama June 24, 2010. REUTERS/Lyle...
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES
Oil washes ashore at the Cotton Bayou public beach in Orange Beach
Oil washes ashore at the Cotton Bayou public beach in Orange Beach, Alabama June 24, 2010. REUTERS/Lyle W. Ratliff (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS DISASTER)
OIL-RIG/LEAK
RTR2DMQM
May 08, 2010
Oil is seen on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico as BP tries to stop oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon...
Houma, multiple countries
Oil is seen on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico as BP tries to stop oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon...
Oil is seen on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico as BP tries to stop oil leaking from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead in the Gulf of Mexico 55 miles (89 km) south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana May 8, 2010. BP Plc engineers positioned a four-story metal chamber above a gushing, ruptured oil well on the seabed of the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday in an unprecedented effort to contain a possibly catastrophic spill. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RTXRQ73
December 11, 2009
ENVIRONMENT-DEADZONE/- World map showing locations of coastal dead zones worldwide, with 3D diagram detailing...
ENVIRONMENT-DEADZONE/ C
ENVIRONMENT-DEADZONE/- World map showing locations of coastal dead zones worldwide, with 3D diagram detailing forming of dead zones. (SIN00) Date: 15.08.2008
NIGERIA/
RTXQZJW
November 21, 2009
A boy takes a break from swimming in the polluted waters of the Makoko fishing community in Lagos November...
Lagos, Nigeria
A boy takes a break from swimming in the polluted waters of the Makoko fishing community in Lagos
A boy takes a break from swimming in the polluted waters of the Makoko fishing community in Lagos November 21, 2009. Despite being the world's eighth biggest crude oil exporter, 70% of Nigeria's population lives below the poverty line, according to official sources. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (NIGERIA SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTXQUFV
November 17, 2009
Fishermen dock their wooden boat at a polluted beach in Makassar, in Indonesia's south Sulawesi province,...
Makassar, Indonesia
Fishermen dock their wooden boat at a polluted beach in Makassar
Fishermen dock their wooden boat at a polluted beach in Makassar, in Indonesia's south Sulawesi province, November 17, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CLIMATE/INDIA
RTR27X1H
September 16, 2009
A child walks through plastic waste on a sea front in India's financial capital Mumbai September 16,...
Mumbai, India
A child walks through plastic waste on a sea front in Mumbai
A child walks through plastic waste on a sea front in India's financial capital Mumbai September 16, 2009. India could allow monitoring of green projects built with international finance and technology to prove to rich nations its commitment to fight climate change, the environment minister said last week. Developing nations are under pressure to be accountable for steps taken to fight climate change, through what the United Nations refers to as "measurable, reportable and verifiable" actions. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR27J6O
September 07, 2009
Commercial fishermen and other mariners form the words "Acid Ocean" during an event held to spread the...
HOMER, UNITED STATES
Commercial fishermen and other mariners form the words "Acid Ocean" in Homer
Commercial fishermen and other mariners form the words "Acid Ocean" during an event held to spread the message of saving the oceans from acidification caused by fossil fuel emissions, in Homer, Alaska, September 6, 2009. Over a hundred boats and hundreds of members of the fishing community participated in the event. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis (UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTXG6C1
May 13, 2009
Children wade through the polluted waters of Cilincing beach in Jakarta May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Children wade through the polluted waters of Cilincing beach in Jakarta
Children wade through the polluted waters of Cilincing beach in Jakarta May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA
RTXG6AS
May 13, 2009
A child swims in the polluted waters of Cilincing beach in Jakarta May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child swims in the polluted waters of Cilincing beach in Jakarta
A child swims in the polluted waters of Cilincing beach in Jakarta May 13, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4R85
December 15, 2007
Soldiers, policemen, residents and volunteers remove crude oil spilled from oil tanker Hebei Spirit on...
TAEAN, South Korea
People remove crude oil spilled from oil tanker Hebei Spirit on a beach in Taean
Soldiers, policemen, residents and volunteers remove crude oil spilled from oil tanker Hebei Spirit on a beach in Taean, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 15, 2007. A week after a crane on a barge punched holes in a tanker that then leaked 10,500 tonnes of crude oil, densified parts of the spill have fallen to the sea floor and washed up on beaches, a coast guard official said. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
News
News
Removing Oil from Korean Beach - 11 Dec 2007
16 PICTURES
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4MAH
December 11, 2007
Residents and volunteers remove crude oil on a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong...
TAEAN, South Korea
Residents and volunteers remove crude oil on a beach after a Hong-Kong registered oil tanker accident...
Residents and volunteers remove crude oil on a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong registered oil tanker Hebei Spirit, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4MAG
December 11, 2007
Police remove crude oil from a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong registered...
TAEAN, South Korea
Police remove crude oil from a beach after a Hong Kong-registered oil tanker accident off Taean
Police remove crude oil from a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong registered oil tanker Hebei Spirit, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4MA8
December 11, 2007
A policeman removes crude oil on a beach from a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong...
TAEAN, South Korea
A policeman removes crude oil on a beach after a Hong-Kong registered oil tanker accident off Taean
A policeman removes crude oil on a beach from a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong registered oil tanker Hebei Spirit, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4MA5
December 11, 2007
A policeman removes crude oil on a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong registered...
TAEAN, South Korea
A policeman removes crude oil on a beach after a Hong-Kong registered oil tanker accident off Taean
A policeman removes crude oil on a beach after an accident off Taean county involving Hong-Kong registered oil tanker Hebei Spirit, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4L29
December 10, 2007
Oysters covered with crude oil is seen at an oyster farm after an oil spill in Taean, about 170 km (106...
TAEAN, South Korea
Oysters covered with crude oil is seen at an oyster farm after an oil spill in Taean
Oysters covered with crude oil is seen at an oyster farm after an oil spill in Taean, about 170 km (106 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 10, 2007. South Korea on Monday was tallying the environmental and economic cost of the worst oil spill in its history as thousands of workers struggled to protect an area known for its nature reserve and vibrant marine economy. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4L1W
December 10, 2007
Volunteers clean Mallipo swimming beach after an oil spill in Taean, about 170km (106 miles) southwest...
TAEAN, South Korea
Volunteers clean Mallipo swimming beach after oil spill in Taean
Volunteers clean Mallipo swimming beach after an oil spill in Taean, about 170km (106 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 10, 2007. South Korea on Monday was tallying the environmental and economic cost of the worst oil spill in its history as thousands of workers struggled to protect an area known for its nature reserve and vibrant marine economy. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E87R0DJW01.
KOREA-TANKER/
RTX4L1Q
December 10, 2007
Soldiers from the South Korean army make efforts to remove crude oil spills over Mallipo swimming beach...
TAEAN, South Korea
Soldiers from South Korean army make efforts to remove crude oil spills over Mallipo swimming beach after...
Soldiers from the South Korean army make efforts to remove crude oil spills over Mallipo swimming beach after after an accident involving Hong-Kong registered oil tanker Hebei Spirit in Taean, about 170km (106 miles) southwest of Seoul, December 10, 2007. South Korea on Monday was tallying the environmental and economic cost of the worst oil spill in its history as thousands of workers struggled to protect an area known for its nature reserve and vibrant marine economy. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
LEBANON-RUBBISH/
RTX4KS0
December 10, 2007
Plastic bags from a mountainous rubbish dump on the Sidon seafront in south Lebanon floats in the Mediterranean...
Sidon, Lebanon
To match feature LEBANON-RUBBISH/
Plastic bags from a mountainous rubbish dump on the Sidon seafront in south Lebanon floats in the Mediterranean November 12, 2007. The dump, towering about 20 metres (60 feet) high near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city, has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean at least twice, prompting complaints from Cyprus, Syria and Turkey after currents swept rubbish on to their beaches. Picture taken November 12, 2007. To match feature LEBANON-RUBBISH/ REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTX1JF3
November 16, 2007
Workers collects fuel oil at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 16, 2007. A severe...
Kavkaz, Russia
Workers collect fuel oil at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz
Workers collects fuel oil at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 16, 2007. A severe storm broke a small Russian oil tanker in two off the Ukrainian port of Kerch on Sunday, spilling up to 2,000 tonnes of fuel oil in what a Russian official said was an "environmental disaster". REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTX1FJ4
November 16, 2007
The stern-part of the Russian tanker Volgoneft 139 is seen near the pier at Russia's southern port of...
Kavkaz, Russia
A stern-part of the Russian tanker Volgoneft 139 is seen near the pier at Russia's southern port of Kavkaz...
The stern-part of the Russian tanker Volgoneft 139 is seen near the pier at Russia's southern port of Kavkaz November 16, 2007. A fuel oil spill from a tanker into the Black Sea is killing dolphins and the nearby Sea of Azov may suffer heavy pollution if urgent measures are not taken, Russia's environment watchdog said on Thursday. A storm on Sunday broke up the tanker and sank at least four freighters while crippling other vessels in the narrow Kerch Strait between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Four seamen drowned and four others are missing. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXOA0
November 15, 2007
An oil covered bird lies in front of Ukrainian soldiers removing oil pollution from the Black Sea shore...
Kerch, Ukraine
An oil covered bird lies in front of Ukrainian soldiers removing oil pollution from the Black Sea shore...
An oil covered bird lies in front of Ukrainian soldiers removing oil pollution from the Black Sea shore at the Ukraines "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port Kerch November 15, 2007. A severe storm broke a small Russian oil tanker in two off the Ukrainian port of Kerch on Sunday, spilling up to 2,000 tonnes of fuel oil in what a Russian official said was an "environmental disaster". REUTERS/ Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXNSX
November 15, 2007
A bird covered in oil lies along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port...
Kerch, Ukraine
A bird covered in oil lies along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port...
A bird covered in oil lies along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port Kerch November 15, 2007. A severe storm broke a small Russian oil tanker in two off the Ukrainian port of Kerch on Sunday, spilling up to 2,000 tonnes of fuel oil in what a Russian official said was an "environmental disaster". REUTERS/ Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXNSV
November 15, 2007
A bird covered in oil rests along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port...
Kerch, Ukraine
A bird covered in oil rests along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port...
A bird covered in oil rests along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port Kerch November 15, 2007. A severe storm broke a small Russian oil tanker in two off the Ukrainian port of Kerch on Sunday, spilling up to 2,000 tonnes of fuel oil in what a Russian official said was an "environmental disaster". REUTERS/ Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXNSQ
November 15, 2007
A bird covered in oil lies along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port...
Kerch, Ukraine
A bird covered in oil lies along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port...
A bird covered in oil lies along the sea shore at the Ukraine's "Kosa Tuzla" island near Black Sea port Kerch November 15, 2007. A severe storm broke a small Russian oil tanker in two off the Ukrainian port of Kerch on Sunday, spilling up to 2,000 tonnes of fuel oil in what a Russian official said was an "environmental disaster". REUTERS/ Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXBO7
November 14, 2007
A bird coated in black sludge sits along the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 14,...
Kavkaz, Russia
A bird coated in black sludge sits along the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz
A bird coated in black sludge sits along the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 14, 2007. A severe storm broke a small Russian oil tanker in two off the Ukrainian port of Kerch on Sunday, spilling up to 2,000 tonnes of fuel oil in what a Russian official said was an "environmental disaster". REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXBAI
November 14, 2007
A bird coated in black sludge flaps its wings at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November...
Kavkaz, Russia
A bird coated in black sludge flaps its wings at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz
A bird coated in black sludge flaps its wings at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 14, 2007. Russia's government launched a review of shipping safety on Tuesday after a tanker broke up in a storm, releasing thousands of tonnes of oil that clogged beaches and choked seabirds to death. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXADY
November 13, 2007
A bird coated in black sludge lies on the shore of the Azov Sea near the southern port of Kavkaz November...
Kavkaz, Russia
A bird coated in black sludge lies on the shore of Azov Sea near the southern port of Kavkaz
A bird coated in black sludge lies on the shore of the Azov Sea near the southern port of Kavkaz November 13, 2007. Russian Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov flew to the Black Sea coast on Tuesday to oversee efforts to clean up an oil slick that coated beaches with a thick black sludge and left birds poisoned and blinded.. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXABK
November 13, 2007
A bird coated in black sludge sits at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 13, 2007....
Kavkaz, Russia
A bird coated in black sludge sits at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz
A bird coated in black sludge sits at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 13, 2007. Russian Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov flew to the Black Sea coast on Tuesday to oversee efforts to clean up an oil slick that coated beaches with a thick black sludge and left birds poisoned and blinded. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTXA8T
November 13, 2007
Birds coated in black sludge sit at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 13, 2007....
Kavkaz, Russia
Birds coated in black sludge sit at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz
Birds coated in black sludge sit at the sea shore near the southern port of Kavkaz November 13, 2007. Russian Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov flew to the Black Sea coast on Tuesday to oversee efforts to clean up an oil slick that coated beaches with a thick black sludge and left birds poisoned and blinded. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-TANKER/
RTX93Z
November 12, 2007
A bird stained with fuel oil sits on the shore near Russia's southern port of Kavkaz, November 12, 2007....
Kavkaz, Russia
A bird stained with fuel oil sits on the shore near Russia's southern port of Kavkaz
A bird stained with fuel oil sits on the shore near Russia's southern port of Kavkaz, November 12, 2007. Russian authorities launched a major rescue operation at the northern mouth of the Black Sea on Monday to save missing seamen and contain environmental damage after a storm sank at least four ships and split open a small oil tanker. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
LEBANON/
RTR1QQWR
June 13, 2007
A fisherman drags out his fishing net amidst garbage in sea off Sidon, southern Lebanon June 13, 2007....
Sidon, Lebanon
A fisherman drags out his fishing net amidst garbage in sea off Sidon, southern Lebanon
A fisherman drags out his fishing net amidst garbage in sea off Sidon, southern Lebanon June 13, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
OIL-SLICK/
RTR1QB10
May 31, 2007
A worker attempts to clean up an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's...
Talcahuano, Chile
A worker attempts to clean up an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's...
A worker attempts to clean up an oil slick caused by the rupture of an undersea oil pipeline from Chile's state company ENAP on San Vicente bay, near the city of Concepcion, some 510 kms (316 miles) south of Santiago May 31, 2007. The spill, which is estimated at over 2,000 barrels of oil, has seriously affected at least one community of sea lions and caused the deaths of different species of birds. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
RTR5TRP
August 17, 1997
A Lebanese skindiver picks up a garbage bag from the water in the Manara area August 17, as part of the...
Lebanon
SKIN DIVER TAKES PART IN CLEANING THE LEBANESE SHORELINE
A Lebanese skindiver picks up a garbage bag from the water in the Manara area August 17, as part of the Big Blue campaign to save the Mediterranean, sponsered by Ministry of Enviroment. Volunteers taking part in the campaign to clear the 210 km shoreline of rubbish said they were bitterly disappointed at the poor trunout to clean up the polluted Mediterranean beaches.

LEBANON ENVIRONMENT
RTR24J8
March 02, 1997
A Lebanese gypsy woman and her children search in the rubbish at the beach of the port city of Sidon,...
Sidon, Lebanon
LEBANESE GYBSY WOMAN AND HER CHILDREN SEARCH THE RUBBISH
A Lebanese gypsy woman and her children search in the rubbish at the beach of the port city of Sidon, March 2. Tonnes of garbage were thrown across the sandy beach by high waves over the weekend.

LEBANON
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