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Bloomberg – Venice Drowns in Sea of Big Boats, Blather, Sludge

The other week, water rose over the cafe chairs in Venice’s Piazza San Marco. Even doughty German tourists had to flee. Until the tide receded four hours later, more than half the city was underwater. Venice is drowning in a sea of blather, sludge, big boats. Thank sodden bureaucrats, special-interest groups and politicians for doing little to save this wondrous town ...

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NYTimes – This Charleston Harbor Battle Is Over Cruise Ships

CHARLESTON, S.C. — In this Southern coastal city that runs on history and hospitality, a raucous civic debate belies a genteel veneer. Like several communities that hug the nation’s coastline, Charleston is struggling to balance the economic benefits of cruise ships against their cultural and environmental impact. Last week’s debacle aboard Carnival Cruise Lines’ Triumph, in which an engine fire stranded 4,200 ...

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