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(26 Sep 2007 17:16 GMT) - A new report on the impact of global warming on the Chesapeake Bay calls for a major shift in how land is managed in the bay to protect the nation's most prized hunting and fishing grounds. 'We've spent years working to save the bay, but unless we address global warming, it could all be lost,' said Larry Schweiger, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation. 'There is no single silver bullet that will save the bay from the effects of global warming. We need action at all levels of government…
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