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scott4402 May 25, 2013 06:42 PM
Why hasn't the EEA required the oil industry to provide evidence to insure that the extraction of oil from under the ocean floor isn't potentially increasing the normal rate and volume of thermal energy being transferred from the hotter planet surface into the colder waters, thus adding to aquatic warming?
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EEA May 28, 2013 08:25 AM
The EEA is the EU agency responsible for providing information on the European environment. The aim of the EEA is to ensure that decision-makers and the public are kept informed about the state and outlook of the environment. The EEA collects environmental data from the Member Countries, other EU institutions and international organisations. Based on this information, we produce reports on various environmental topics. The EEA neither sets nor enforces environmental policies.
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