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October 29, 2015  Olympic Sailing in Rio Still Planned for Polluted Guanabara Bay
October 29, 2015  Egypt finds way to make salt water drinkable with half the energy
October 29, 2015  China ends one-child policy after 35 years
October 29, 2015  What's poppin' in Denmark? Popcorn with safer packaging
October 28, 2015  How to make the most of carbon dioxide
October 28, 2015  In Cuba, an Abundance of Love but a Lack of Babies
October 28, 2015  Exiled by nuclear tests, now threatened by climate change, Bikini islanders seek refuge in U.S.
October 28, 2015  Australia ranks number one with the most organically farmed land in the world
October 28, 2015  Mining Companies Keep Drawing Water from Canada's Athabasca River as It Runs Dry
October 28, 2015  Indonesia considers national emergency over forest fires
October 27, 2015  The Clothing of the Future Is Dipped in Silver
October 27, 2015  An intolerable unimaginable heat forecast for Persian Gulf
October 27, 2015  Glee, Panic and Yawns: U.S. Reacts to Report on Meat and Cancer
October 27, 2015  Pooped out: absence of big mammals foils ecosystem fertilization
October 27, 2015  If one country takes the lead, will the rest follow?
October 27, 2015  Global Climate Agreement -- A Bridge Too Far?
October 27, 2015  Will we always have Paris?
October 27, 2015  The Arguments Against Climate Action Are Crumbling Fast
October 26, 2015  In Hawaii, dolphins caught in fight over sonar
October 26, 2015  Tesla, the Indian Version
October 26, 2015  As oil industry bleeds jobs, Asia's green energy drive offers bright spot
October 26, 2015  Trudeau has all the grounds to make a striking plan on climate change
October 26, 2015  Volkswagen Inquiry's Focus to Include Managers Who Turned a Blind Eye
October 26, 2015  Leaked map reveals Big Gas eyeing most biodiverse place on earth
October 26, 2015  Climate change a major health threat to children, doctors warn
October 26, 2015  Is Grass-Fed Beef Better for You?
October 23, 2015  How hungry is China for the world's food?
October 22, 2015  VW's Emissions Retrofit May Be Among Costliest Recalls Ever
October 22, 2015  Abrupt climate change can occur below 2°C warming
October 22, 2015  Are we at a climate crossroads?
October 22, 2015  Smart Water Market $35.9 Billion over next decade
October 22, 2015  Calls for Price on Carbon Increasing Ahead of Paris Climate Talks
October 22, 2015  The Trans-Pacific Partnership --- friend or foe to the environment?
October 22, 2015  Climate scientists say Europe faces a big chill
October 22, 2015  Emissions growth can be slowed to a crawl -- IEA
October 21, 2015  Google, Walmart and corporate energy 2.0
October 21, 2015  Converting Non-recycling Plastics into Oil Could Add $9 Billion to US Economy
October 21, 2015  Trudeau Victory Ushers in Prospect of New Climate Era in Canada
October 21, 2015  Indonesian fires are pouring huge amounts of carbon into the atmosphere
October 21, 2015  The California 'Duck Curve' That Will Jolt Its Power Grid
October 21, 2015  And Now for Some Good News About Climate Change
October 21, 2015  Japan to Pay Cancer Bills for Fukushima Worker
October 21, 2015  How Could Volkswagen's Top Engineers Not Have Known?
October 21, 2015  Clean the Fleece, Dirty the Planet
October 21, 2015  These Nail Polish Brands Contain a Chemical That Could Mess With Your Hormones
October 20, 2015  Canada's Harper follows fellow "climate villain" Abbott into political oblivion
October 20, 2015  Activists say solar can power India, but politics and economics of coal win out
October 20, 2015  Scientists Discover 41 Global Warming 'Tipping Points' That Could Trigger Natural Disasters
October 20, 2015  Japan acknowledges possible radiation casualty at Fukushima nuclear plant
October 20, 2015  Drought causes 450-year-old Mexican church to emerge from reservoir
October 20, 2015  Frozen 'doomsday vault' containing almost every seed on Earth has been opened
October 20, 2015  How humans are driving the sixth mass extinction
October 20, 2015  Sunny side up in Canada as Justin Trudeau's light touch revives Liberals
October 19, 2015  Tire Pyrolysis Researchers Find Use For Recovered Carbon In Batteries | Tyre Pyrolysis Systems
October 19, 2015  Energy giants want to be part of a green agenda but will they go far enough?
October 19, 2015  The rainforests hold the key to taming El Niño's destruction
October 19, 2015  Tensions ahead of last round of UN climate talks before Paris conference
October 19, 2015  Why the Philippines is Being Battered By Yet Another Fearsome Typhoon
October 19, 2015  Plastic-Eating Mealworms Can Safely Digest Styrofoam
October 19, 2015  7 Fascinating Facts About Bats
October 19, 2015  Australian sailing pressures Rio over water pollution
October 19, 2015  Indigenous Canadians take leading role in battle against tar sands pipeline
October 15, 2015  Inside the Koch Brothers' Industrial Empire
October 15, 2015  Ebola Lingers in Semen for Months, Studies Confirm
October 15, 2015  A Megacity Without Water: São Paulo's Drought
October 15, 2015  The Rapid and Startling Decline
October 15, 2015  The future of corporate reporting -- deeper and with greater scrutiny
October 15, 2015  Major Corporations Voice Support for a Paris Climate Agreement
October 15, 2015  A new landscape of global crises -- everything is connected
October 15, 2015  Impacts of global warming will impoverish oceans -- New Report
October 13, 2015  El Niño could leave 4 million people in Pacific without food or drinking water
October 13, 2015  A $60 billion industry is shockingly unregulated.
October 13, 2015  Safe at last? The first Fukushima community declared fit for humans
October 13, 2015  Climate apocalypse is here, now: Science fiction has become our new reality.
October 13, 2015  Four more carmakers join diesel emissions row
October 13, 2015  The Nicaragua Canal: Still a Very Bad Plan
October 13, 2015  DuPont Found Liable in Teflon Toxin Trial
October 13, 2015  Laws help enforce some environmental treaties - but not on climate
October 08, 2015  Climate Aid Reaching $62 Billion Placates Developing World
October 08, 2015  Head of VW in US will tell Congress he knew of emissions rigging in early 2014
October 08, 2015  Poop, flush, power!
October 08, 2015  Who dies and who survives during a mass extinction? A tantalizing clue.
October 08, 2015  Solving the Problem of Plastic Waste in the World's Oceans
October 08, 2015  Visualizing the Emerging Markets of the Future
October 08, 2015  Renewables to lead world power market growth to 2020
October 08, 2015  World is undergoing a major population shift with far-reaching implications
October 07, 2015  The FDA is trying to keep 'hip-hop' teens from smoking.
October 07, 2015  How China and U.S. Became Unlikely Partners on Climate
October 07, 2015  Big palm oil's pledge to preserve forests vexes Indonesia
October 07, 2015  Wind and solar keep getting cheaper and cheaper
October 07, 2015  John West accused of breaking tuna pledge to end 'destructive' fishing methods
October 07, 2015  Coal, Which Built a Chinese City, Now Threatens to Bury It
October 07, 2015  Study links dengue epidemics to high temperatures in Southeast Asia
October 07, 2015  Lawsuit over DuPont Teflon-making chemical C8 goes to jury
October 06, 2015  Canada to pay out $4.3-billion to farmers in wake of TPP deal
October 06, 2015  Delhi given 3 days to come up with plan to fight pollution
October 06, 2015  CITE: The $1 billion city that nobody calls home
October 06, 2015  Super funds with $1 trillion in assets push for action on climate
October 06, 2015  Why the Philippines is the world's 3rd biggest dumper of plastics in the ocean.
October 06, 2015  India leads Asia's dash for coal as emissions blow east
October 06, 2015  Wildlife thriving around Chernobyl nuclear plant despite radiation
October 05, 2015  China to hasten roll-out of car charging network
October 05, 2015  Big Trees First to Die in Severe Droughts
October 05, 2015  Alaska Seeks Federal Money to Move a Village Threatened by Climate Change
October 05, 2015  Car emissions test body receives 70% of cash from motor industry
October 05, 2015  World's "extremely poor" to fall below 10 pct of global population
October 05, 2015  It's gotten harder to lose weight and not for the reasons you think
October 05, 2015  Canada penny-pinched on science libraries while lavishing funds on religion and oil.
October 05, 2015  Children who are born 'pre-polluted.'
October 01, 2015  The burning question: How does global warming affect investors?
October 01, 2015  Everything you need to know about the surprisingly cold 'blob' in the North Atlantic ocean
October 01, 2015  No long-term future in tar sands, says Alberta's premier
October 01, 2015  We're Surrounded by Way More Chemicals Than We Thought
October 01, 2015  Smoking While Children In The Car Now Illegal
October 01, 2015  Wide range of cars emit more pollution in realistic driving tests, data shows
October 01, 2015  Indonesia evacuating infants as air pollution soars.
October 01, 2015  Vinyl flooring chemical linked to high blood pressure during pregnancy
September 30, 2015  The $100 Billion Question on Climate Starts to Find an Answer
September 30, 2015  Nuclear industry to push for Australia to adopt 'clean, affordable power'
September 30, 2015  Greenpeace report slams Brazil plan for Tapajos dam in Amazon
September 30, 2015  Volkswagen to refit cars affected by emissions scandal
September 30, 2015  Alaska divided as Shell halts Arctic drilling: heartbreaking news or a miracle?
September 30, 2015  Safer battery could spark investment in renewables
September 30, 2015  Harder rains set to fall as the world warms
September 30, 2015  From Novice to Expert
September 29, 2015  Reinsurers call for action at climate change summit
September 29, 2015  3 Reasons Why Shell Halted Drilling In the Arctic
September 29, 2015  New report shows chasm between car test results and real world
September 29, 2015  China-U.S. deal sets bar low ahead of Paris climate talks
September 29, 2015  Solar energy becomes a major power player in the Middle East
September 29, 2015  Shell has frozen its Arctic oil drilling -- but it's still hungry for fossil fuels
September 29, 2015  More research needed on US earthquakes possibly tied to oil and gas work
September 29, 2015  How Many Deaths Did Volkswagen's Deception Cause in the U.S.?
September 28, 2015  Why isn't climate change a bigger part of this election?
September 28, 2015  How the world's 80 to 100 supercentenarians may hold the key to long lives for the rest of us
September 28, 2015  Beverage Giants, the Next Big Tobacco
September 28, 2015  Investors Are Mining for Water, the Next Hot Commodity
September 28, 2015  Deadly diesel pollution has been hiding in plain sight
September 28, 2015  Top science book prize won by woman for first time
September 28, 2015  Pope's climate push is 'raving nonsense' without population control, says top US scientist
September 28, 2015  Hey waiter, this fish tastes like plastic!
September 24, 2015  Storm suspected of carrying new corn disease into U.S.
September 24, 2015  Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone, but other pipelines have forged ahead
September 24, 2015  Russia rejects criticism of greenhouse gas plan, will not amend
September 24, 2015  Number of U.S. Coal Mines Falls to Lowest on Record
September 24, 2015  Pope Francis Challenges Congress to Heal World's 'Open Wounds'
September 24, 2015  Brazil threatens to withhold licence for Belo Monte dam over mitigation worries
September 24, 2015  The pesky fly threatening Florida's massive fruit industry
September 24, 2015  Scientists say car emissions rigging raises health concerns
September 23, 2015  Volkswagen's Chief in the Vortex of the Storm
September 23, 2015  Breakthrough against coral destroying starfish
September 23, 2015  Hillary Clinton breaks silence on Keystone XL pipeline: 'I oppose it'
September 23, 2015  Democrats hopeful pope's visit will end climate change denial in Congress
September 23, 2015  Ikea shows off its new ethical stance ... on seafood
September 23, 2015  California seeks to build one of world's largest recycled water programs
September 23, 2015  As droughts worsen, joined-up adaptations build resilience in arid Kenya
September 23, 2015  The rise of diesel in Europe: the impact on health and pollution
September 22, 2015  How Your Trash Is Contributing to Climate Change
September 22, 2015  Scientists calculate the dramatic economic cost of a warming Arctic
September 22, 2015  OECD: leading countries spend $200bn a year subsidising fossil fuels
September 22, 2015  Rare Champagne grapes flourish with global warming
September 22, 2015  Exxon Confirmed Global Warming Consensus in 1982 with In-House Climate Models
September 22, 2015  The nuclear disaster at Fukushima didn't have to happen
September 22, 2015  Syrian war spurs first withdrawal from doomsday Arctic seed vault
September 22, 2015  Blocks From the Pope's Mass, a Dumping Ground for the Nation's Capital
September 21, 2015  Carbon pricing schemes double since 2012 in climate fight: World Bank
September 21, 2015  Drilling for Arctic oil is not viable yet, says IEA chief
September 21, 2015  Popular pope comes with a climate change message that Congress may not want to hear
September 21, 2015  Beyond Sprawl: A New Vision of The Solar Suburbs of the Future
September 21, 2015  Thousands of evacuees head home as California blazes near containment
September 21, 2015  One third of US construction market could be green by 2018
September 21, 2015  EPA accuses Volkswagen of cheating Clean Air Act, orders recall
September 21, 2015  The Forgotten Project That Could Have Saved America From Drought
September 17, 2015  Arctic experts warn of urgent need for collaboration
September 17, 2015  Global warming's one-two punch: extreme heat and drought
September 17, 2015  Sustainable investing: are companies finally moving money away from fossil fuels?
September 17, 2015  Global drought: why is no one discussing fresh water at Cop21?
September 17, 2015  'America is not a planet': Republicans resist climate change action at debate
September 17, 2015  Swimming Body Calls for Virus Testing in Rio Olympic Water
September 17, 2015  Study: Air Pollution Kills 3.3 Million Worldwide, May Double
September 17, 2015  Olympic organisers destroy 'sacred' South Korean forest to create ski run
September 16, 2015  DuPont argues C8 didn't cause woman's cancer
September 16, 2015  Nearly half the world's marine species wiped out in single generation
September 16, 2015  F.D.A. Bans Sales of 4 Cigarette Products by R.J. Reynolds
September 16, 2015  Global Consumption Trends Break New Records
September 16, 2015  The Grand Challenge -- Making Captured CO2 Useful
September 16, 2015  Sea-level changes -- 50 meters high and rising
September 16, 2015  Why the Oil Sands May Never See Another New Mining Project Built
September 16, 2015  Low-carbon cities are a US$17 trillion opportunity worldwide
September 15, 2015  Fukushima dumps first batch of once-radioactive water in sea
September 15, 2015  Earth just had its first storm-free hurricane peak in 38 years
September 15, 2015  Spread of deserts costs trillions, spurs migrants: study
September 15, 2015  Paris 2015: August smashes global heat record as giant El Nino builds
September 15, 2015  U.S. caps numbers of whales, turtles snared by California gillnets
September 15, 2015  Eating bugs could save the planet. But can we stomach it?
September 15, 2015  DuPont to face first trial over C-8 exposure
September 15, 2015  Study Predicts Antarctica Ice Melt if All Fossil Fuels Are Burned
September 10, 2015  Israel's 300 Days of Sun No Help as Offshore Gas Eclipses Solar
September 10, 2015  More than 100,000 flee floods in Japan after 'once-in-50-years' rain
September 10, 2015  Ice breaker: US Coast Guard sends first solo ship to North Pole
September 10, 2015  Shell bringing world's deepest floating oil production vessel to Gulf of Mexico
September 10, 2015  Europe is parched, in a sign of times to come
September 10, 2015  Away From Olympics, Sewage Blights Vast Swaths of Rio
September 10, 2015  The Amazon tribe protecting the forest with bows, arrows, GPS and camera traps
September 10, 2015  World must avert devastating flood of climate refugees
September 09, 2015  Indonesia investigates 10 firms over smog-causing forest fires
September 09, 2015  Cheap gas slows electric car sales as trucks and SUVs break records
September 09, 2015  World's Leading Polluters Have Racked Up a $10 Trillion Carbon Debt
September 09, 2015  Modi fiddles as drought shrivels India's crops
September 09, 2015  It's After Labor Day, So Why Is It Still So Hot?
September 09, 2015  Heavy sandstorm sweeps across Middle East
September 09, 2015  These clean energy investments could save the world's cities trillions of dollars
September 09, 2015  Deforestation halved over past decades.
September 08, 2015  Everyone in the US and Australia owes $12,000 in CO2 emissions
September 08, 2015  China Seeks Factory Relocations In Wake Of Tianjin Disaster
September 08, 2015  Bhopal: First trial burning of toxic waste clears green test
September 08, 2015  How long will I live? The answer may be in the genes
September 08, 2015  Is Living in Beijing Really Like Smoking 40 Cigarettes a Day?
September 08, 2015  65 per cent of Europe's electronic waste is stolen or mismanaged
September 08, 2015  Fukushima: Japan allows residents of Naraha to return four years after disaster.
September 08, 2015  California EPA Moves to Label Monsanto's Roundup 'Carcinogenic'
September 04, 2015  Frosty relations over future of the Arctic
September 04, 2015  Summer Sea Ice Likely to Drop to 4th Lowest on Record
September 04, 2015  Greener cities are cooler cities -- Urban density helps save the environment
September 04, 2015  Grey Swans -- Climate Change Harbingers of Death and Destruction
September 04, 2015  Seeing the forest and the trees, all 3 trillion of them
September 04, 2015  Investment in resource innovation needed for a key tech ecosystem
September 03, 2015  India's monsoon rains seen falling short of previous forecast
September 03, 2015  Climate change will alter ocean bacteria crucial to food chain
September 03, 2015  Increase in rate of Brazilian Amazon deforestation raises alarm
September 03, 2015  The controversy over Shell's Arctic oil drilling, explained
September 03, 2015  Fat cat pay at fossil fuel companies drives climate crisis -- report
September 03, 2015  In Alaska: Too Many Fires, Not Enough Snow
September 03, 2015  Native protesters seize oil wells in Peru to urge government action
September 03, 2015  "Bomb trains" continue to roll through heavily populated areas
September 02, 2015  Pope Francis calls on wealthy and powerful to protect Earth
September 02, 2015  A Warmer North Pacific Is Staying Warmer, With Dramatic Impact on Marine Life
September 02, 2015  Better Health a Key Benefit of Renewables, Study Says
September 02, 2015  Water will be clean in time for Games: Rio 2016 chief
September 02, 2015  Here's How Many of Japan's Idle Nuclear Plants Are Likely to Reopen
September 02, 2015  The Global Fight Over Our Drinking Water Is Just Getting Started
September 02, 2015  Even the Bottom of the Grand Canyon is Now Contaminated
September 02, 2015  Fukushima-related child cancers unlikely to rise: IAEA
September 01, 2015  Japan nuclear power outlook bleak despite first reactor restart
September 01, 2015  Yes, a Warmer Arctic Means Cold Winters Elsewhere. Here's How.
September 01, 2015  Slowing global warming would save tens of trillions of dollars.
September 01, 2015  U.N. climate talks begin divided, but with hope for Paris accord
September 01, 2015  Climate change means one world's death and another's birth.
September 01, 2015  Almost every seabird 'will have eaten plastic by 2050' because of ocean pollution
September 01, 2015  Waiting for Formaldehyde Limits 10 Years After Katrina
September 01, 2015  The key to water security could be lurking in a New Mexico sewage farm
August 31, 2015  "Smart" solar palm trees power Wi-Fi, phones in Dubai
August 31, 2015  President Obama to Run Wild With Bear Grylls
August 31, 2015  Behind Deadly Tianjin Blast, Shortcuts and Lax Rules
August 31, 2015  U.S. Is Playing Catch-Up With Russia in Scramble for the Arctic
August 31, 2015  Regulator in Canada's Alberta shuts in 95 Nexen pipelines over "noncompliance"
August 31, 2015  Morphological defects found in Japanese fir trees around Fukushima nuclear plant
August 31, 2015  Scientists squabble while Africa's only penguins perish
August 31, 2015  More evidence of Roundup's link to kidney, liver damage
August 26, 2015  Yes, some oil will have to stay in the ground
August 26, 2015  Brazil builds climate tower in pristine Amazon jungle
August 26, 2015  Sewage spill caused by rain flows into Honolulu's Waikiki Beach
August 26, 2015  Coca-Cola to reach water goal five years early
August 26, 2015  China lawmakers discuss new pollution bill, coal cap clause expected
August 26, 2015  Charles Koch blasts Barack Obama
August 26, 2015  How a Volcanic Eruption in 1815 Darkened the World but Colored the Arts
August 26, 2015  Germany follows Scotland's example with move to ban all GM crops
August 25, 2015  Fishermen OK Tepco's plan to dump Fukushima plant water into sea
August 25, 2015  How do you sell electric vehicles? Not the way Elon Musk does, says one of his disciples
August 25, 2015  Obama hits Koch Brothers for opposing solar power
August 25, 2015  Earth is on track to lose an India-sized chunk of its tropical forests by mid-century
August 25, 2015  A Giant Glob of Deadly Algae Is Floating off the West Coast
August 25, 2015  Concerns mount over whale deaths in Gulf of Alaska
August 25, 2015  Racially Disparate Views of New Orleans's Recovery After Hurricane Katrina
August 25, 2015  In the race to save species, GMOs are coming to nature
August 24, 2015  The race for Pole position: An international grapple over the Arctic sea bed
August 24, 2015  Cesium contamination persists in ocean floor near Fukushima Daiichi site
August 24, 2015  China capital to move more polluting industry to heavily polluted Hebei
August 24, 2015  Boaters mapping Pacific garbage arrive in San Francisco
August 24, 2015  Arctic drilling: Bad now, worse for the future.
August 24, 2015  The World's Hot Spot
August 24, 2015  GMOs, Herbicides, and Public Health
August 24, 2015  Here's where every single presidential candidate stands on Keystone --- except Hillary Clinton
August 20, 2015  Examining the fate of Fukushima contaminants
August 20, 2015  Muslims get emission religion
August 20, 2015  India's Adani in talks with Softbank, Foxconn on $3 billion solar plan
August 20, 2015  Nuclear slogan writer who saw the light now banks on solar power
August 20, 2015  One of the world's fastest melting glaciers may have just lost its biggest chunk of ice on record
August 20, 2015  Invasive plants spread fast in billion-dollar threat
August 20, 2015  The three wonders of the ancient world solving modern water problems
August 20, 2015  Cyanide in waters near China blast site 277 times acceptable level
August 19, 2015  China investigates top work safety regulator after Tianjin blasts
August 19, 2015  The fracking 'loophole' that just keeps growing
August 19, 2015  Clinton parts with Obama administration on Arctic drilling
August 19, 2015  Chinese Banks Shunning Small Deals Pushes Solar to Crowdfunding
August 19, 2015  Fear of Toxic Air and Distrust of Government Follow Tianjin Blasts
August 19, 2015  What Is Killing America's Bees and What Does It Mean for Us?
August 19, 2015  The World Needs More Green Bonds
August 19, 2015  Government of Québec Launches 12-storey Wood Building Construction Guide
August 18, 2015  Cost of not acting on climate change $44 trillion
August 18, 2015  Asia's Rapidly Shrinking Glaciers Could Have Ripple Effect
August 18, 2015  Global warming is reversing 1,800 years of natural ocean cooling, study finds
August 18, 2015  Food crises to become more common as climate changes
August 18, 2015  Global Extinction Rates: Why Do Estimates Vary So Wildly?
August 18, 2015  Cuba on edge as drought worsens
August 18, 2015  Toxic algae is killing West Coast sea lions, shows no sign of diminishing.
August 18, 2015  President Obama announces Clean Power Plan
August 17, 2015  Climate 'alarm bells' are ringing, Obama says ahead of Arctic summit
August 17, 2015  Fukushima operator's mounting legal woes to fuel nuclear opposition
August 17, 2015  China's villagers reject their own crops, citing pollution from nearby chemical plants
August 17, 2015  Tianjin blasts: fears of cyanide pollution as Chinese officials lambasted
August 17, 2015  Corn wars.
August 17, 2015  The next drought: Water officials endorse a 'less is more' strategy for the future
August 17, 2015  Vacation in Rome? Or on That Oil Rig?
August 17, 2015  Coal's Devastation
August 13, 2015  Muslim Scholars Prepare Call for Action on Climate Change
August 13, 2015  How Japan pushes coal on the world
August 13, 2015  What seafood is OK to eat, anyway? Ask an expert
August 13, 2015  Myanmar evacuates thousands as worst floods in decades hit
August 13, 2015  Taking the pulse of nuclear energy
August 13, 2015  Death Toll Rises to 50 in Massive Blasts at Chinese Port
August 13, 2015  Humans have already used up 2015's supply of Earth's resources
August 13, 2015  Athletes worry about 2016 Olympics.
August 12, 2015  Both sides brace as decision on Keystone XL pipeline nears
August 12, 2015  Obama issues challenge on climate change with power plant rule
August 12, 2015  Pope sets up yearly Catholic Church day of care for environment
August 12, 2015  Global Population To Surpass 11 Billion By 2100 Fueled By Growth In Africa
August 12, 2015  Rio water pollution suspected as cause of 13 U.S. rowers' illnesses
August 12, 2015  The dangerous search for emeralds in Colombia.
August 12, 2015  Former Justice Stevens calls mercury ruling 'mind-boggling'
August 12, 2015  Japan split over restart of first nuclear reactor since Fukushima disaster
August 10, 2015  From fleece jackets to your food: The scary journey of microplastics.
August 10, 2015  Cleaning up: This $25 billion industry generates 220,000 jobs
August 10, 2015  Coal industry wobbles as market forces slug away.
August 10, 2015  Killer Heat Grows Hotter around the World
August 10, 2015  Is the Oil Industry Off a Cliff or Just in a Down Cycle?
August 10, 2015  Ten years on, Hurricane Katrina's scars endure for black New Orleans
August 10, 2015  OMG... Greenland's ice sheets are melting fast
August 10, 2015  What It's Like To Fight Ebola When the World Stops Listening
August 06, 2015  An Arctic drilling venture gives Shell headaches on top of economic woes
August 06, 2015  Half a Billion Dollars Gets You a Gentler Climate Plan
August 06, 2015  Treasures revealed as California drought drains lakes
August 06, 2015  China's steel city feels impact of pollution regulations
August 06, 2015  Billionaire wants oil refiners to disclose California profit
August 06, 2015  How to beat the next Ebola
August 06, 2015  Russia Stakes New Claim to Expanse in the Arctic
August 06, 2015  Feeding people on our stressed planet will require a "revolution"
August 05, 2015  SUSTAINABILITY: Is it still possible?
August 05, 2015  CO2 removal cannot save the oceans
August 05, 2015  Is Canadian hydropower the solution to Northeast's high energy prices?
August 05, 2015  The World Economy in One Visualization
August 05, 2015  Arctic's melting ice shrinks shipping routes
August 05, 2015  TELUS use of Green Mortgage Bonds a North America first
August 05, 2015  Canada's largest solar energy project now on line
August 05, 2015  Food Waste, Hunger and Climate Change -- The Hidden Connection
August 05, 2015  U.S. takes historic action on Climate Change with Clean Power Plan
August 04, 2015  Stop burning fossil fuels now: there is no CO2 'technofix', scientists warn
August 04, 2015  'I drank the water and ate the fish. We all did. The acid has damaged me permanently'
August 04, 2015  Ebola vaccine works, offering 100% protection in African trial
August 04, 2015  How the Persian Gulf Might Solve Its Water Problem
August 04, 2015  Iran city hits suffocating heat index of 165 degrees, near world record
August 04, 2015  World Bank rejects energy industry notion that coal can cure poverty
August 04, 2015  Filthy Rio water a threat at 2016 Olympics
August 04, 2015  The search for sustainable plastics
August 04, 2015  UN: Expect 11.2 billion population by the end of the century
July 29, 2015  U.S. lawmaker says Obama is about to reject Keystone XL pipeline project
July 29, 2015  Brazil Arrests Nuclear Chief in Widening of Graft Case
July 29, 2015  'Carbon sink' detected underneath world's deserts
July 29, 2015  Climate change: world's wealthiest understand, but only half see it as threat
July 29, 2015  French climate ambassador concerned over slow progress of draft Paris deal
July 29, 2015  Freakishly High Temperatures Trigger Ice Melt, Flooding and Mudslides in Tajikistan
July 29, 2015  Will There Be Blood?
July 29, 2015  It's not climate change---it's everything change.
July 28, 2015  Global warming and sea level rise
July 28, 2015  New solar cell promises a ten-fold increase in hydrogen fuel output
July 28, 2015  Are massive wildfires the new normal?
July 28, 2015  Bad News for Climate-Change Deniers
July 28, 2015  As we prepare for the UN climate talks, a look at what's changed since Copenhagen
July 28, 2015  NASA launches mission to Greenland
July 28, 2015  Climate change 'triple threat' increases severe flooding risk in biggest cities
July 28, 2015  Thousands of salmon die in hotter-than-usual Northwest rivers
July 27, 2015  Greens eye Trump's rise with 'amusement and horror'
July 27, 2015  Why the world is saying 'No' to fishing at the North Pole
July 27, 2015  Oil Producers' Ugly Duckling Refineries Just Turned Into Swans
July 27, 2015  Myth of pristine Amazon rainforest busted as old cities reappear
July 27, 2015  Police burn down illegal gold mine town in Peru
July 27, 2015  Sri Lanka to harness wasted rainwater for crops, power
July 27, 2015  China's Global Ambitions, With Loans and Strings Attached
July 27, 2015  A week in the mysterious sleeping villages of Kazakhstan.
July 16, 2015  Sorry, Foodies: We're About to Ruin Kale
July 16, 2015  Vatican keeps up eco-pressure, invites mayors to see pope
July 16, 2015  Two new trials of Ebola vaccines begin in Europe and Africa
July 16, 2015  Weedkiller suspected of causing cancer deemed 'safe'
July 16, 2015  Water as currency? Why Nairobi introduced H2O ATMs
July 16, 2015  The Really Big One
July 16, 2015  China struggles to contain the environmental damage of its rapid growth
July 16, 2015  Study finds those living near shale wells more likely to be hospitalized
July 15, 2015  'Only fear of punishment will deter people from polluting Ganges'
July 15, 2015  Groups want Shell's Arctic plans stopped after ship damaged
July 15, 2015  To sustain its forests, Asia needs to invest in local people
July 15, 2015  Congo looks to insect farming in fight against hunger
July 15, 2015  Water Demand To Increase 55% Globally By 2050
July 15, 2015  Monsanto says panel to review WHO finding on cancer link to herbicide
July 15, 2015  Climate change brings ill winds for airline industry
July 15, 2015  Pan-American action statement on climate change signed in Ontario
July 14, 2015  India Calls for End to Extravagance as It Works on Climate Plan
July 14, 2015  America's Dirtiest Power Companies, Ranked
July 14, 2015  Radiation and pollution fears stall construction of India neutrino observatory
July 14, 2015  Inhaled Ebola Vaccine Stops Virus in Monkeys, Study Finds
July 14, 2015  Natural gas edges past coal to become biggest US electricity source for first time ever
July 14, 2015  China says 75 percent of cities failed to meet air standards in June
July 14, 2015  What's growing beneath London? Underground urban farm takes root.
July 14, 2015  Zimbabwe's desperate gold rush poisons children with mercury
July 13, 2015  Fossil fuel industry must 'implode' to avoid climate disaster, says top scientist
July 13, 2015  Coal is not dead: New study describes forces behind the 'coal renaissance'
July 13, 2015  What kind of car is the most green, fuel efficient and budget friendly?
July 13, 2015  Lego Tries to Build a Better Brick
July 13, 2015  What Is Climate Change Doing to Your Health?
July 13, 2015  Pesticide content found in mothers milk in Sirsa, India
July 13, 2015  Pressure increases in Hong Kong for more lead tests at public housing estates
July 13, 2015  Massive debris removal project to get underway in Alaska
July 09, 2015  World is on a collision course with fossil fuels
July 09, 2015  Exxon knew of climate change in 1981, email says -- but it funded deniers for 27 more years
July 09, 2015  From Pope Francis to Green Muslims
July 09, 2015  Threatened Australian wildlife at grave risk from habitat loss, study finds
July 09, 2015  There Are Secret Underwater Gardens Off The Coast Of Italy
July 09, 2015  Tom Selleck steals truckloads of hydrant water?
July 09, 2015  Canada to Allow Unapproved GM Crop Contamination in Imports
July 09, 2015  'First ever' criminal investigation in France into wine grower's death from pesticide use
July 08, 2015  Pope Francis says humans "irresponsible" with environment
July 08, 2015  Obama's climate plan will survive even if Republican elected, EPA chief says
July 08, 2015  A Clash of Green and Brown: Germany Struggles to End Coal
July 08, 2015  Rising Ocean Temps Bring Gloomy Outlook for Corals
July 08, 2015  Fungus Used to Quash Cancer-Causing Toxin
July 08, 2015  How an obscure startup could help solve California's water crisis.
July 08, 2015  Why Science Is Winning the Vaccine Wars
July 08, 2015  Should you have to be 21 to buy cigarettes?
July 07, 2015  No plan B if Paris climate summit ends in failure, says EU climate chief
July 07, 2015  Global Poverty Drops Sharply, With China Making Big Strides, U.N. Report Says
July 07, 2015  Solar fuels: how planes and cars could be powered by the sun
July 07, 2015  Stress on water resources threatens lives and livelihoods
July 07, 2015  Global warming threatens colder climate for Europe
July 07, 2015  World must weigh the true cost of coal to be serious about climate -- OECD
July 07, 2015  Extreme Weather In A Changing Climate: Asking The Right Questions
July 07, 2015  Is Carbon Capture doomed to fail?
July 06, 2015  War on Smoking
July 06, 2015  Saving China from itself: how the world's biggest polluter is dealing with climate change
July 06, 2015  Silicon Valley struggles to pitch water-saving tech to farmers
July 06, 2015  Tough days for salmon as Fraser River hotter, lower than expected
July 06, 2015  Ottawa not ready for Arctic, deep water oil spills
July 06, 2015  Two years later, Lac-Mégantic struggles to rebuild
July 06, 2015  China's Battle Against Smog Leads to Mass Layoffs
July 06, 2015  India's tech hub gasps for fresh air.
July 06, 2015  It's Official: A Global Mass Extinction Is Under Way
July 05, 2015  U.S. Leaves the Markets Out in the Fight Against Carbon Emissions
July 02, 2015  Unesco spares Great Barrier Reef 'in-danger' listing but issues warning
July 02, 2015  Amazon's Wildlife Threatened By Hydropower Dams, Study Says
July 02, 2015  China says retired officials can be punished for pollution
July 02, 2015  New Cases of Ebola Put an End to Liberia's Status as Virus-Free
July 02, 2015  Why New York banned polystyrene foam
July 02, 2015  Will 'Water Rings' Quench Beijing's Thirst?
July 02, 2015  How to eat healthy and save the planet.
July 02, 2015  China arrested over 8,000 people for environmental crimes last year.
June 30, 2015  Pakistan heat wave eases after more than 1,150 die
June 30, 2015  Society will collapse by 2040 due to catastrophic food shortages, says study
June 30, 2015  Why Economists Hate Congestion
June 30, 2015  New flood alert as warming raises sea levels threat
June 30, 2015  The Pope, the Economy and the Case for Climate Action
June 30, 2015  Combating climate dangers is seen as 'medical emergency'
June 30, 2015  Well-to-Wheels Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Canadian Oil Sands
June 30, 2015  Renewable energy redoubles its global reach
June 29, 2015  The Great Lakes are too precious to risk
June 29, 2015  Is Arctic oil a losing gamble?
June 29, 2015  Save Wildlife, Save Yourself?
June 29, 2015  The rise of superbugs
June 29, 2015  Delhi air has high doses of most toxic pollutant
June 29, 2015  How Pakistan and India can prevent future heat wave fatalities
June 29, 2015  9 sobering facts about California's groundwater problem
June 29, 2015  Indian coal giant Adani may junk $16b Australian project.
June 26, 2015  Pacific hurricanes to strengthen as Earth warms
June 26, 2015  Alberta to Boost Carbon Price Ahead of Climate Policy Revamp
June 26, 2015  Barack Obama sets sizzling climate action pace in push to leave legacy
June 26, 2015  Alaska's Glaciers Seen as Major Source of Sea Level Rise
June 26, 2015  Nicaragua's Bizarre Plan to Bury the Panama Canal
June 26, 2015  'Paving paradise': Scientists alarmed over China island building in disputed sea
June 26, 2015  Unchecked pollution befouling majestic Lake Titicaca.
June 26, 2015  Pakistan heat wave deaths reach 780; lawmakers trade blame
June 22, 2015  Antibiotic overload
June 22, 2015  Chilean capital suspends heavy industry and takes cars off road to deal with smog crisis
June 22, 2015  Seeking the Source of Ebola
June 22, 2015  There's a giant, toxic algae bloom stretching from Southern California to Alaska
June 22, 2015  A Little Fish with Big Impact In Trouble on U.S. West Coast
June 22, 2015  The $1.1 trillion question: What's your chemical footprint?
June 22, 2015  Extinction Event: Earth 'entering new extinction phase'?
June 22, 2015  For Faithful, Social Justice Goals Demand Action on Environment
June 18, 2015  Two Billion People Are Running out of Water
June 18, 2015  Chevron hits out at British documentary on oil pollution in Ecuador
June 18, 2015  From famine to food basket: how Bangladesh became a model for reducing hunger
June 18, 2015  Fertility in men on the decline due to everyday plastics say scientists
June 18, 2015  Europe's largest illegal toxic dumping site discovered in southern Italy
June 18, 2015  West Coast Toxic algae bloom might be largest ever
June 18, 2015  Extreme Weather poses significant risks for energy delivery in Canada
June 18, 2015  Pope calls for moral campaign on climate crisis
June 17, 2015  Hillary would charge new fees for fossil fuel extraction
June 17, 2015  Daimler's New Self-Driving Semi Drives Better Than A Person
June 17, 2015  Barack Obama's climate change initiative: $4 billion for clean energy
June 17, 2015  Out of thin air
June 17, 2015  North Korea says hit by worst drought in 100 years
June 17, 2015  India, China need cleaner air just to keep death rate steady
June 17, 2015  Protect more bee species to safeguard crops, say scientists
June 17, 2015  Earth's largest groundwater aquifers are past 'sustainability tipping points'
June 16, 2015  Dozens of US companies are betting over $1 billion on a nuclear power revolution
June 16, 2015  Environmentalist blames Canada's Harper for revoking passport
June 16, 2015  Pope Francis warns of destruction of Earth's ecosystem in leaked encyclical
June 16, 2015  How many Earths do we need?
June 16, 2015  Army's eco-friendly quest breeds more deadly bullet
June 16, 2015  Alaska Natives, fishermen protest Navy training during fishing season
June 16, 2015  Growing oil train traffic is shrouded in secrecy
June 16, 2015  France bans sale of Monsanto herbicide Roundup
June 15, 2015  Stop using China as an excuse for inaction on climate change
June 15, 2015  The Silencing Of Science
June 15, 2015  IRENA Roadmap Breaks New Ground on Renewable Energy Storage
June 15, 2015  European power is slipping away from King Coal
June 15, 2015  Understanding the business response to climate change and resource scarcity
June 15, 2015  Climate Change -- What are the investment risks and opportunities?
June 15, 2015  Earth has warmed as usual, there is no slowdown of global warming
June 15, 2015  Over 100 Leading Scientists Call for a Moratorium on New Oil Sands Development
June 10, 2015  G7 Carbon Goal May Come Too Late, Scientists Say
June 10, 2015  Here's What You Need to Know About MERS
June 10, 2015  Water subsidies cost the world $456B in 2012, harm the world's poor
June 10, 2015  Why cigarette butts threaten to stub out marine life
June 10, 2015  Pollution from ships kills thousands each year
June 10, 2015  Food fights block EU--US trade deal
June 10, 2015  Cotton, cashmere, chemicals ... what really goes into making our clothes?
June 10, 2015  Ontario first in North America to curb bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides
June 09, 2015  Confidence in Carbon Market Confirm and Set to Continue Throughout 2015
June 09, 2015  British airline crews launch personal injury claims over Aerotoxic Syndrome.
June 09, 2015  Canada pledges to end fossil-fuel use by 2100, cut emissions by 2050.
June 09, 2015  China's electricity emissions may have already peaked
June 09, 2015  Researchers find sweet source for aviation biofuel
June 09, 2015  Norway's plan to divest massive $900B fund from coal could hit U.S. companies
June 09, 2015  Indians are spending millions on air purifiers---but do they really work?
June 09, 2015  Canada delays ruling on nuke waste site near Lake Huron
June 09, 2015  G7 leaders bid 'Auf Wiedersehen' to carbon fuels
June 08, 2015  South Korea MERS Cases Rise as Hong Kong Increases Alert Level
June 08, 2015  Bees are 'sick of humans' but man will feel the sting
June 08, 2015  Is Salmon Raised on Land the Future of Seafood?
June 08, 2015  Syngenta Unmoved by Monsanto Overtures Echoing Earlier Terms
June 08, 2015  How would a low carbon economy work?
June 08, 2015  Killing the Colorado: The 'Water Witch.'
June 08, 2015  OPEC, Keeping Quotas Intact, Adjusts to Oil's New Normal
June 08, 2015  World leaders urged to kick killer coal habit
June 04, 2015  El Nino to disrupt rains, cut Africa, E Asia harvests, scientists say
June 04, 2015  China's Hebei to force firms to buy emission permits from 2016
June 04, 2015  Air pollution is world's top environmental health risk, WHO says
June 04, 2015  The Great Transition -- Closing Coal Plants
June 04, 2015  China's investment in renewables soars
June 04, 2015  A month of extreme weather around the world -- something is stuck
June 04, 2015  Oil and Gas Majors call for Carbon Pricing
June 04, 2015  Do we need a new Apollo Mission to save the earth?
June 02, 2015  Ebola will return, warns scientist
June 02, 2015  Beijing bans smoking in public places
June 02, 2015  The 10 Billion Tons of Coal That Could Erase Obama's Progress on Climate Change
June 02, 2015  Obesity poised to overtake smoking as key cause of cancer
June 02, 2015  India reluctant to join global ban on toxic chemical
June 02, 2015  Unesco reconsidering Great Barrier Reef heritage status
June 02, 2015  Some plastic teething toys may have hormone-altering chemicals
June 02, 2015  Do our bodies safely break down BPA? Fat chance, study suggests.
May 28, 2015  New Liability Regime for Pipeline Companies
May 28, 2015  Waste Crime -- Addressing Gaps in the Global E-Waste System
May 28, 2015  Advanced Energy is a Nearly $1.3 Trillion Global Industry
May 28, 2015  What would it take to limit climate change to 1.5°C?
May 28, 2015  Why climate change demands the reform of our financial system
May 28, 2015  No Need to Choose Between a Carbon Price and the Oil Patch
May 28, 2015  Business leaders message to policymakers -- "Let's Make a Deal"
May 28, 2015  Doing nothing is not an option we can choose -- Suncor Energy on Climate Change
May 27, 2015  U.S., Mexico, Canada to Collaborate on Climate Adaptation
May 27, 2015  Should You Buy A Tesla Battery?
May 27, 2015  As Antibiotic Resistance Spreads, WHO Plans Strategy To Fight It
May 27, 2015  Laws protecting the Great Barrier Reef to be introduced next week
May 27, 2015  Inside the war on coal
May 27, 2015  China fines chemical company $12M for polluting, jails staff
May 27, 2015  Green-Glowing Minnows Turn Product-Safety Pawns in China
May 27, 2015  World Already Reaping Benefits From Ozone Treaty
May 26, 2015  Rising temperatures mean fewer but fiercer hurricanes
May 26, 2015  More than 500 people killed as heat wave bakes parts of India
May 26, 2015  Has the Last Human Trekked to the North Pole?
May 26, 2015  Food & Drug Administration Seeks Data About Antibiotics Given To Cows, Pigs, And Poultry
May 26, 2015  Similac Advance Infant Formula to Be Offered G.M.O.-Free
May 26, 2015  Saving coffee from extinction
May 26, 2015  Hay fever misery to increase with global warming
May 26, 2015  China warned over 'insane' plans for new nuclear power plants
May 25, 2015  How the sun can make sea water drinkable
May 25, 2015  Tens of thousands march worldwide against Monsanto and GM crops
May 25, 2015  Women are suing Johnson & Johnson over talcum powder
May 25, 2015  From Kansas to Copenhagen: clean energy beacons around the world
May 25, 2015  Decade After Katrina, Pointing Finger More Firmly at Army Corps
May 25, 2015  Experts warn of eco-disaster caused by mounting pollution in waters off Far East.
May 25, 2015  Chief of Shell's Arctic drilling program searches for 'the prize'.
May 25, 2015  Pipeline that leaked wasn't equipped with auto shut-off
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