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February 23, 2015  Federal judge rejects BP bid to lower $13.7 billion oil spill fine
February 23, 2015  Regulators: Treat, release Fukushima water to sea
February 19, 2015  Citibank to invest $100 billion in climate change projects
February 19, 2015  Making rain: can technology drought-proof the Caribbean?
February 19, 2015  Deadly Asbestos Still Costing Lives
February 19, 2015  Delhi chokes as pollution rises again
February 19, 2015  What are we doing to our children's brains?
February 19, 2015  Plastics report for children's toy rule is flawed, scientists say
February 19, 2015  Toxic 'Tet' kumquats highlight Vietnam's pesticide problem
February 19, 2015  How Does the Recent Oil Slump Compare?
February 18, 2015  Could a failed Keystone XL amendment upend the Paris climate talks?
February 18, 2015  Rising Sea Levels and Temperatures Ahead for NYC
February 18, 2015  New map of human genetics contains clues for Alzheimer's and cancer
February 18, 2015  Fukushima decommissioning made 'significant progress': IAEA
February 18, 2015  As China gets richer, the world gets dirtier
February 18, 2015  Opponents of Leaded Aviation Fuel Could Be In For Long Wait
February 18, 2015  Tsetse fly: can castration end one of Africa's oldest development problems?
February 18, 2015  Bodies into food and sewage into beer: you are the hot new thing in recycling
February 17, 2015  Hard Evidence: will climate change affect the spread of tropical diseases?
February 17, 2015  Pope's visit to Hill could make naysayers squirm
February 17, 2015  Can the CIA weaponise the weather?
February 17, 2015  The White House Walks Away from Clean Coal
February 17, 2015  Taps Start to Run Dry in Brazil's Largest City
February 17, 2015  Plain tobacco packs likely to deter smoking, studies show
February 17, 2015  Visiting My Friend in Putin's Prison Camp
February 17, 2015  Scientists alarmed at short-term ozone-eroding gases
February 16, 2015  More infectious diseases emerging because of climate change
February 16, 2015  No relief from constant nuclear headache
February 16, 2015  Oil Slump Not Necessarily Bad News for Climate
February 16, 2015  Fossil fuel industry must take stranded assets seriously
February 16, 2015  Here's Why You Shouldn't Drink Coffee Before 9:30 in the Morning
February 16, 2015  Is clean coal a dead end or bridge to future?
February 16, 2015  The World Has Reached Peak Chicken, Peak Rice, And Peak Milk
February 16, 2015  Delhi Wakes Up to an Air Pollution Problem It Cannot Ignore
February 13, 2015  Your Toothpaste Is Destroying Asia's Rainforests
February 13, 2015  Peru planning highway through most bio diverse place on earth
February 13, 2015  Today's drought in the West is nothing compared to what may be coming.
February 13, 2015  German highway traffic exceeds EU air pollution threshold
February 13, 2015  Toxic orange cloud spreads over Catalonia after chemical blast
February 13, 2015  Study Finds Rising Levels of Plastics in Oceans
February 12, 2015  Tesla Motors Met Its Output Goal, but Showed a 4th-Quarter Loss
February 12, 2015  House Passes Keystone Bill Despite Obama's Opposition
February 12, 2015  Shell calls on big oil peers to speak up on climate change.
February 12, 2015  Is Solar:The Next Shale?
February 12, 2015  Business-as-unusual outlook for oil in the medium term
February 12, 2015  Brazilians hoard water, prepare for possible drastic rationing
February 12, 2015  Tests planned on mysterious 'milky rain' in U.S. Pacific Northwest
February 12, 2015  Smoking's Toll on Health Is Even Worse Than Previously Thought, a Study Finds
February 11, 2015  Lurching Start for Tesla in China
February 11, 2015  Fighting Over Herring---the Little Fish That Feeds Multitudes
February 11, 2015  Conservationists call for UK to create world's largest marine reserve
February 11, 2015  Fed Report: Time to Examine Purposely Cooling Planet Idea
February 11, 2015  Fire Ravages Rayong Tyre Recycling Plant Owned By LLIT Thailand Co (Ling Long)
February 11, 2015  Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Gets a New Name
February 11, 2015  Phthalates are everywhere, and the health risks are worrying. How bad are they really?
February 11, 2015  Man-made air pollution reduces Central America rainfall
February 11, 2015  Australia's extinction rate higher than most other continents
February 10, 2015  Government to spend $3.2 million to help monarch butterfly recover after 90 percent decline
February 10, 2015  Zimbabwe's Famed Forests Could Soon Be Desert
February 10, 2015  Skeptical Fukushima residents monitoring radiation levels in their communities
February 10, 2015  Pollution Kills Far More People Than Malaria Or Ebola In The Developing World
February 10, 2015  A 50th anniversary few remember: LBJ's warning on carbon dioxide
February 10, 2015  Patch of California emerges from drought, experts say
February 10, 2015  Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science?
February 10, 2015  US Navy Sailors Search for Justice after Fukushima Mission
February 05, 2015  Richard Branson leads call to free global economy from carbon emissions
February 05, 2015  U.S. No. 2 to China in Clean Energy Investments in 2014
February 05, 2015  Secrets in the Ice
February 05, 2015  Land secured in Fukushima opens door for 1st shipment of radioactive waste
February 05, 2015  Berlin Memorandum calls on G7 to end 'hunger scandal'
February 05, 2015  $16 billion to be spent on anti-pollution projects in China.
February 05, 2015  Scientists may have finally solved the mystery of the missing BP oil
February 05, 2015  Rio 2016: Sailing water pollution a concern but golf 'on course'
February 04, 2015  US to destroy its largest remaining chemical weapons cache
February 04, 2015  Car makers face 'real world' emissions tests in EU pollution clampdown
February 04, 2015  EPA Keystone Review Links Oil Sands to Carbon Emission Jump
February 04, 2015  Farming Now Worse For Climate Than Deforestation
February 04, 2015  Researchers' data show climate change is accelerating the melting of Siberia
February 04, 2015  Energizer debuts recycled AA and AAA batteries
February 04, 2015  250,000 Could Die Early From Breathing in China's Cities
February 04, 2015  World Cancer Day: Cancer deaths worldwide to rise to over 11 million in 2030.
February 03, 2015  Earth's Dashboard Is Flashing Red---Are Enough People Listening?
February 03, 2015  World has not woken up to water crisis caused by climate change
February 03, 2015  Warming Arctic will let Atlantic and Pacific fish mix
February 03, 2015  14 of the 15 hottest years on record have occurred since 2000, UN says
February 03, 2015  Measles Outbreak Proves Delicate Issue to G.O.P. Field
February 03, 2015  Genetically modified coral could help save reefs
February 03, 2015  Can Sun and Wind Make More Salt Water Drinkable?
February 03, 2015  Marine Plastic Pollution and Seafood Safety
February 02, 2015  Seven Reasons Cheap Oil Can't Stop Renewables Now
February 02, 2015  Climate Change's Bottom Line
February 02, 2015  Climate change, melting glaciers make Iceland spring upward like a trampoline
February 02, 2015  China says 90 pct of cities failed to meet air standards in 2014
February 02, 2015  Muscovites Advised to Stay Indoors as 'Chemical Stench' Reported in City
February 02, 2015  Monsanto's Newest GM Crops May Create More Problems Than They Solve
February 02, 2015  Officials resume lives in radiation-hit town in hope of paving way for mass return
February 02, 2015  Florida Looks to Recycling, Desalination As it Faces Increasing Water Supply Crunch
January 29, 2015  Prince Charles: business must stop blocking action on climate change
January 29, 2015  Low oil prices won't hurt renewable energy
January 29, 2015  Hate wind farms? Eat chicken, not beef
January 29, 2015  China 2014 coal output seen down 2.5 pct, first drop in a decade
January 29, 2015  Norway finds first case of mad cow disease, says food safe
January 29, 2015  The coming food disaster
January 29, 2015  Movement to Take Down Thousands of Dams Goes Mainstream
January 29, 2015  Paris mayor calls for ban on polluting coaches and trucks
January 28, 2015  Global warming doubles risk of extreme La Niña event, research shows
January 28, 2015  No relief from constant nuclear headache
January 28, 2015  Renewable power costs continue to fall
January 28, 2015  Beijing smog makes city unliveable, says mayor
January 28, 2015  What's Behind U.S. Plan to Open Atlantic to Offshore Drilling?
January 28, 2015  Monarch Butterflies Rebound in Mexico, Numbers Still Low
January 28, 2015  Sea turtles fall victim to 'alarming' flood of plastics entering Australian waters
January 28, 2015  Rio official says there's 'no plan B' for Olympic sailing
January 27, 2015  India nuke deals still thorny for US despite 'breakthrough'
January 27, 2015  Carbon pricing: a challenge for the future
January 27, 2015  Blizzard of Nor'Easters No Surprise, Thanks to Climate Change
January 27, 2015  Greece: Syriza juggles coal, pipelines and climate ambitions
January 27, 2015  We could end up with 'as much plastic in our oceans as fish'
January 27, 2015  Widely Used Chemicals Can't Be Included In New Use Rule, Manufacturers Tell EPA
January 27, 2015  Europe's food fight shifts after GM crop vote
January 27, 2015  Puberty Comes Earlier and Earlier for Girls
January 26, 2015  Insurance deal may unlock India-US atomic trade.
January 26, 2015  Baseball's toxic tradition of chewing tobacco
January 26, 2015  Where there's smoke
January 26, 2015  Know What's Killing More People in Nigeria Than Boko Haram? Lack of Drinking Water
January 26, 2015  Unmanned Drones Could Play Key Roles in Food Supply
January 26, 2015  New Proposal to Protect Alaskan Wilderness Most Sweeping in Decades
January 26, 2015  How Keystone Review Undercut Obama's Climate Policies
January 26, 2015  Drowning in plastic
January 22, 2015  US Senate refuses to accept humanity's role in global climate change, again...seriously!
January 22, 2015  Russia sounds alarm as Lake Baikal's water levels drop
January 22, 2015  Obama Strikes First in War of Words with Congress over Global Warming
January 22, 2015  Graft slows Cameroon, Malaysia fight against illegal logging
January 22, 2015  Key issues and updates on the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
January 22, 2015  Davos 2015: World Bank chief makes climate action plea
January 22, 2015  Obama's About to Get a Whiff of India's Air Pollution
January 22, 2015  China's smog provides cover for burglar in novel by environment official
January 22, 2015  Tanneries in Bangladesh Are Spewing Toxic Waste and Making Workers Sick
January 21, 2015  Oil price decline is an opportunity for change
January 21, 2015  Canal could turn Lake Nicaragua into 'dead zone'
January 21, 2015  Obama attacks Republican 'I am not a scientist' climate change denial in address
January 21, 2015  Behind Drop in Oil Prices, Washington's Hand
January 21, 2015  How concerned are CEOs about climate change? Not at all
January 21, 2015  Nuclear industry losing its glow.
January 21, 2015  New outbreak of avian flu found in Washington state
January 21, 2015  Tropical Forests Pay Price for Gold Rush
January 20, 2015  Food diversity under siege from global warming, U.N. says
January 20, 2015  Tesla co-founder electrified about trucks
January 20, 2015  Pope: Catholics don't have to breed "Like Rabbits"
January 20, 2015  The state of the climate movement
January 20, 2015  For the little auk, ice's retreat is a warning
January 20, 2015  It's Looking More Like a BP Settlement Over Gulf Disaster
January 20, 2015  New Sri Lankan health minister vows to help kidney patients
January 20, 2015  The Mediterranean's urban sprawl
January 19, 2015  Solar Panels Floating on Water Will Power Japan's Homes
January 19, 2015  India: Despite hard evidence government refuses to act against vehicular pollution
January 19, 2015  Mass Die-Offs Of Fishes, Birds And Mammals Increasing
January 19, 2015  Prosecuting the polluters in China.
January 19, 2015  GM crop vote was just the beginning of Europe's biotech battle
January 19, 2015  As Keystone vote looms, it's crunch time for federal agencies to weigh in
January 19, 2015  NASA study: Houseplants remove harmful substances from indoors
January 19, 2015  Mystery Kidney Killer Spreads Fear in Sri Lanka
January 14, 2015  Obama Is Planning New Rules on Oil and Gas Industry's Methane Emissions
January 14, 2015  Humans Are Damaging The High Seas --- Now The Oceans Are Doing Harm Back
January 14, 2015  How North America became addicted to road salt --- and why it's a problem
January 14, 2015  Far from rising seas, climate change plagues Kathmandu
January 14, 2015  Plan to save monarch butterflies backfires
January 14, 2015  Crustacean shells rival plastics for keeping food fresh
January 14, 2015  China sets 2020 "artificial weather" target to combat water shortages
January 14, 2015  GMO potatoes have arrived. But will anyone buy them?
January 13, 2015  Chevy Bolt electric car could be 'the first mass-market EV success'
January 13, 2015  2015 Begins With CO2 Above 400 PPM Mark
January 13, 2015  Kilimanjaro explorer: 'We were climbing ice that isn't going to be there next week.'
January 13, 2015  Replacement for BPA in plastics also suspect
January 13, 2015  Mosquito populations explode across Australia raising fears of disease
January 13, 2015  India bans burning cow dung near Taj Mahal
January 13, 2015  Canada's attempts to block NAFTA probe into oil sands "disheartening."
January 13, 2015  To save power, appeal to health benefits
January 12, 2015  Can Mexico's Electricity Reform Deliver on Its Promise?
January 12, 2015  Add natural gas prices to Putin's problems
January 12, 2015  We are the last generation that can fight climate change. We have a duty to act
January 12, 2015  Ebola Clue Lurks in 10 Million Zambian Bats
January 12, 2015  Bhopal Cloud Hovers Over Industrial Safety in India
January 12, 2015  Too dirty for the USA - High-pollution fuels exported
January 12, 2015  Two tales of dynamic Alaska tundra
January 12, 2015  Which food companies don't use BPA-lined cans?
January 12, 2015  Garbage Incinerators Make Comeback, Kindling Both Garbage and Debate
January 12, 2015  Keystone ruling puts John Kerry back in hot seat
January 08, 2015  China Will Consume 35% Global Carbon Black by 2017 ~ Tyre Pyrolysis A Solution?
January 08, 2015  Emissions-free cars get closer
January 08, 2015  Cheaper oil and the environment: an invitation for business as usual
January 08, 2015  Ships, cargo trucks 'next' as city builds on air pollution successes
January 08, 2015  Scientists Say Fossil Fuels Must Go Untapped
January 08, 2015  Breathing diesel exhaust induces DNA changes, study finds
January 08, 2015  Why Bill Gates is drinking water made from human waste
January 08, 2015  EU Banned Pesticides to Help Bees. Now Other Bugs Are Invading
January 08, 2015  Moscow To Build $230B Bullet Train to Beijing
January 07, 2015  Pope Francis plants a flag in the ground on climate change
January 07, 2015  McDonald's Japan apologizes after tooth, plastic found in food
January 07, 2015  Oil slump heightens pollution challenge from Delhi to Shanghai
January 07, 2015  Keystone, climate change and the US economy: the truth behind the myths
January 07, 2015  Ground broken on controversial California bullet train project
January 07, 2015  B.C. regulations ban oil and bitumen from natural gas pipelines
January 07, 2015  Radiation found in food 80 miles across the border from Cumbrian nuclear-plant Sellafield
January 07, 2015  Envision 2050: The future of protected areas
January 06, 2015  Keystone Bill Said to Be Four Votes Shy of a Veto-Proof Majority
January 06, 2015  Toyota opens up hydrogen patents
January 06, 2015  Putin Makes His First Move in Race to Control the Arctic
January 06, 2015  Australia battles to contain worst wildfires in 30 years
January 06, 2015  One for the Record Books: 2014 Officially Hottest Year
January 06, 2015  Researchers identify new strain of deadly pig virus in U.S.
January 06, 2015  Pennsylvania nuclear site cleanup cost balloons to $350M, from $44M.
January 06, 2015  Murky waters: the hidden environmental impacts of your cruise
January 05, 2015  Nuclear power is the greenest option, say top scientists
January 05, 2015  Getting off the chemical treadmill
January 05, 2015  Fukushima rice passes radiation tests for first time since disaster
January 05, 2015  Feeling old? It might be from heavy metal.
January 05, 2015  Gas prices are way low, but U.S. oil production to grow in 2015. What gives?
January 05, 2015  Two-thirds of cancers a matter of bad luck? Not so fast
January 05, 2015  Ship collision causes 33,000 barrel oil spill off Singapore
January 05, 2015  13 species we might have to say goodbye to in 2015
January 02, 2015  How many more disasters till we take climate change seriously?
January 02, 2015  Resolutions for 2015: Buy the Change You Want to See in the World
January 02, 2015  Painful Virus Sweeps Central America, Gains A Toehold In U.S.
January 02, 2015  Two-thirds of adult cancers largely 'down to bad luck' rather than genes
January 02, 2015  Delhi: Garbage crisis reaches tipping point
January 02, 2015  Fukushima Radiation Detected Off Canadian and California Coast, But Not Alaska
January 02, 2015  2014: A look back at the year's biggest environmental stories and a peek ahead.
January 02, 2015  TEPCO's sloppy handling of suppressant led to spread of radioactive dust
December 31, 2014  Tesla Motors Model S gets some competition
December 31, 2014  The Top-Secret Food That Will Change the Way You Eat
December 31, 2014  China hands out record fine to six polluters
December 31, 2014  Norwegians Turn Ambivalent on Their Economic Bedrock
December 31, 2014  How Putin Forged a Pipeline Deal That Derailed
December 31, 2014  The Wreck of the Kulluk
December 31, 2014  25 Years After Exxon Valdez, U.S. Mandates Double-Hulled Oil Tankers
December 31, 2014  Can Houseplants Really Clean the World's Smoggiest City?
December 30, 2014  Methane is leaking from permafrost offshore Siberia
December 30, 2014  2014: The Year Climate Change Undeniably Arrived
December 30, 2014  The Pope Thinks Climate Change Is a Major Threat.
December 30, 2014  Will thirsty Californians swallow the Pacific Northwest's culture?
December 30, 2014  Environmental protection to become big business in China
December 30, 2014  Bat-filled tree may have been ground zero for the Ebola epidemic
December 30, 2014  In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air
December 30, 2014  Fukushima radiation: US West Coast will likely see peak by end of 2015
December 29, 2014  Malaria killing thousands more than Ebola in West Africa
December 29, 2014  127 more 'secret' interviews on Fukushima crisis disclosed
December 29, 2014  'Catastrophic' earthquake and tsunami brewing off B.C. coast
December 29, 2014  Once desert springs, now dry
December 29, 2014  High levels of antibiotics in China's rivers
December 29, 2014  Fast food consumption is out of control---and it could be blunting children's brains
December 29, 2014  Biggest Arctic Gas Project Seeks Route Around U.S. Sanctions
December 29, 2014  Constant oil spills devastate Russia
December 24, 2014  After hottest year on record, what's next?
December 24, 2014  Oil spill trial by the numbers: How much will BP pay?
December 24, 2014  COPD to become leading cause of deaths in Pakistan.
December 24, 2014  Build greener to tackle climate change, Arab cities urged
December 24, 2014  U.S. could see damage of at least $1.1T through 2100 from sea level rise, storm surge
December 24, 2014  Four 2015 Energy Ideas 'Back to the Future' Got (Almost) Right
December 24, 2014  Restored Forests Breathe Life Into Efforts Against Climate Change
December 24, 2014  China plans more closures of coal mines through 2016.
December 23, 2014  SPECIAL REPORT-In Jakarta, that sinking feeling is all too real
December 23, 2014  Nicaraguans block roads as Chinese-led mega canal project kicks off
December 23, 2014  Hebei looks to relocate its largest and most polluting industries abroad
December 23, 2014  Fuel Rods Are Removed From Damaged Fukushima Reactor
December 23, 2014  Warming world's rising seas wash away some of South Florida's glitz
December 23, 2014  Prison Time For 'Environmental Crimes' Has Doubled In 4 Years
December 23, 2014  Delhi's air 'hazardous', doctors sound caution.
December 23, 2014  EPA Coal Ash Standards a Setback for Environmental Groups
December 18, 2014  Tropical deforestation threatens global food production
December 18, 2014  Fukui nuclear reactors move big step toward restarts
December 18, 2014  Amazonian peatlands store mega carbon
December 18, 2014  Deadly Cholera Outbreaks Could Increase with Climate Change
December 18, 2014  China plans major slowdown of new coal-to-gas projects in bid to cut emissions
December 18, 2014  Arctic still heating up twice as fast as rest of planet
December 18, 2014  The debilitating outbreak sweeping the Americas
December 18, 2014  Airline pilots face sunbed levels of UV radiation in cockpits
December 17, 2014  Plummeting Oil Prices Are the Latest Argument Against the Keystone XL Pipeline
December 17, 2014  6 countries produce nearly 60% of world's CO2 emissions
December 17, 2014  B.C. government approves Site C dam
December 17, 2014  'It's like spiritual genocide'
December 17, 2014  Plastic waste taints the ocean floors
December 17, 2014  Hanford tanks still deteriorating
December 17, 2014  After Oil Spill in Bangladesh's Unique Mangrove Forest, Fears About Rare Animals
December 17, 2014  Drug-resistant malaria: the world's next big health crisis?
December 16, 2014  E-cigs surpass regular cigs in teen use
December 16, 2014  Canada feds leave $321-million unspent for green programs.
December 16, 2014  A Plan to Limit Cars in Paris Collides With French Politics
December 16, 2014  Gas might be greener
December 16, 2014  'Super bacteria' found in Rio's Olympic waters
December 16, 2014  Inside Beijing's airpocalypse -- a city made 'almost uninhabitable' by pollution
December 16, 2014  Could a simple stove save children's lives?
December 16, 2014  The world's scallops and oysters are mysteriously dying out
December 15, 2014  Paris climate summit faces tougher job after modest Lima deal
December 15, 2014  How the 'War on Coal' went global
December 15, 2014  Fish farming finding home in the Midwest
December 15, 2014  Earth faces sixth 'great extinction'.
December 15, 2014  Solving Hunger in Ethiopia by Turning to Native Crops
December 15, 2014  Great wall of trees keeps China's deserts at bay
December 15, 2014  It ain't easy being green in the world's most polluted city
December 15, 2014  Russia to cut up 'floating Chernobyl' but risks remain
December 09, 2014  Here's How Much Carbon The US -- China Climate Deal Will Actually Save
December 09, 2014  Jobs Trump Climate in Bromance of Canada and Australia
December 09, 2014  North Pole's Reindeer Population Plummets
December 09, 2014  China farmers washed away as Beijing taps water from south
December 09, 2014  North America's Explosive Oil-by-Rail Problem
December 09, 2014  BP's failed U.S. Supreme Court appeal sends clear signal
December 09, 2014  Excess bacteria found in barrels of drinking water
December 09, 2014  Garbage dumping sites pose big threat to Delhi
December 08, 2014  Vegetable Spawns Larceny and Luxury in Peru
December 08, 2014  Nuclear power in China: Promethean perils.
December 08, 2014  Kiribati: The world's next Atlantis?
December 08, 2014  The secret role that America's Henry Kissinger played in the Bhopal tragedy.
December 08, 2014  'But not a drop to drink ...'
December 08, 2014  Coal country pondering a future without it
December 08, 2014  Total safety an illusion for Japan's nuclear restart
December 08, 2014  A Decade After Asian Tsunami, New Forests Protect the Coast
December 04, 2014  Hillary Clinton's insulting silence on Keystone XL
December 04, 2014  Low oil prices are a good thing, right? Not always.
December 04, 2014  One in five 'super-spreaders' responsible for the majority of viral infections
December 04, 2014  These are the faces of the world's most wanted environmental fugitives
December 04, 2014  Shell pipeline leak spills thousands of barrels into Niger delta
December 04, 2014  Deforestation may be at root of Brazil drought
December 04, 2014  West Antarctic region sheds a Mount Everest-sized amount of ice every two years
December 04, 2014  Major deltas 'could be drowned'
December 03, 2014  U.S. Will Stick With Pledge to Cut Emissions up to 28 Percent
December 03, 2014  Overfishing is wiping out bluefin tuna
December 03, 2014  One Village's Story: How Ebola Began And How It Ends
December 03, 2014  Eat within 12-hour window to lose weight, say scientists
December 03, 2014  Bird flu kills thousands of birds on two Canadian farms
December 03, 2014  Nuclear reactors have defective components.
December 03, 2014  Ignoring indigenous rights in Amazon fuels global warming
December 03, 2014  Is Rubber Mulch a Safe Surface for Your Child's Playground?
December 02, 2014  Hillary Clinton to environmentalists: I'm one of you
December 02, 2014  Putin cancels new natural gas pipeline to Europe in a surprise move
December 02, 2014  OPEC Squeeze on Oil Spares Renewables From Energy Turmoil
December 02, 2014  NOAA: 2014 is shaping up as hottest year on record
December 02, 2014  Your Odds Of Surviving Cancer Depend Very Much On Where You Live
December 02, 2014  Heavy metal pollution in Hunan soil exceeds China's limits by 1,500 times
December 02, 2014  Milkweed touted as oil-spill super-sucker --- with butterfly benefits
December 02, 2014  Water-borne disease plagues IS-held city in Iraq
December 01, 2014  More Dangerous than Ebola
December 01, 2014  Climate change adaptation comes of age in U.N. talks
December 01, 2014  The maternal obesity hypothesis
December 01, 2014  Suez canal scheme 'threatens ecosystem and human activity in Mediterranean'
December 01, 2014  As climate talks open, human rights issues take the spotlight
December 01, 2014  She Sought Good Life in New Delhi, but Found Trash
December 01, 2014  A Pocketed Cellphone May Be Behind Your Infertility
December 01, 2014  Drought-hit Sao Paulo may 'get water from mud'
November 27, 2014  Deforestation drops 18% in Brazil's Amazon
November 27, 2014  The first new Ebola vaccine moves closer to real-world test
November 27, 2014  Taj Mahal (Golden Temple) to be under pollution scanner 24x7
November 27, 2014  Vultures could hold key to deadly bacteria
November 27, 2014  China's Growth Fuels Boom in World Shipping Traffic
November 27, 2014  Scientists find likely culprit behind mysterious sea star deaths
November 27, 2014  Obama Builds Environmental Legacy With 1970 Law
November 27, 2014  High-tech farming poised to change the way the world eats
November 26, 2014  Oil boom leaves Canada short of cowboys
November 26, 2014  Energy East is Canada's alternative to Keystone XL. And it's in trouble.
November 26, 2014  Chikungunya: Ebola pushes South American epidemic out of the spotlight
November 26, 2014  Statins: Widely used drugs may protect people from air pollution
November 26, 2014  Swedish Chardonnay, anyone? Warmer world means more Nordic wines
November 26, 2014  How America's Thanksgiving turkeys got so huge
November 26, 2014  Canadian protesters defy authorities over Trans Mountain pipeline
November 26, 2014  Ontario moves toward curbing pesticide blamed for bee deaths
November 25, 2014  China mulls tougher tobacco controls
November 25, 2014  China to top green list by 2030
November 25, 2014  Cold hard facts: Underwater robot measures Antarctic sea ice
November 25, 2014  As sea level rises, an Alaska village faces an existential dilemma
November 25, 2014  Invisible tailpipe.
November 25, 2014  In wake of China rejections, GMO seed makers limit U.S. launches
November 25, 2014  Bird flu is major threat to poultry along migration routes
November 25, 2014  Air pollution costs EU up to 189 billion euros
November 24, 2014  'Mumbai is on the verge of imploding'
November 24, 2014  Some climate change impacts unavoidable
November 24, 2014  Germany may shut down eight more coal power plants
November 24, 2014  Bodies of 500 sea lions found on Peruvian beach
November 24, 2014  US looking past Ebola to prepare for next outbreak
November 24, 2014  More Toxins in Clothes Than Previously Believed
November 24, 2014  Winter weather weirdness may be just beginning
November 24, 2014  Do you know how many toxic chemicals are in your shampoo, your lipstick, your toothpaste?
November 20, 2014  Cigarettes are more deadly than carrying extra pounds, doctors say
November 20, 2014  Would the Keystone Pipeline Speed Up Global Warming?
November 20, 2014  Green Climate Fund sees $9.3bn pledged at Berlin summit
November 20, 2014  Additive found in soap, toothpaste and shampoo is linked to cancer and liver disease
November 20, 2014  Japan's 2011 earthquake and nuclear disaster still fracturing families
November 20, 2014  More than Ebola, other tropical diseases pose growing threat to the World.
November 20, 2014  Wasteland
November 20, 2014  Coal's black wind: Pregnant women in parts of India advised to stay away
November 19, 2014  Tepco unable to halt tainted water flowing into tunnels at Fukushima
November 19, 2014  Kenya moves to rein in solar cowboys
November 19, 2014  Poo powered bus takes to the streets of Bristol
November 19, 2014  Keystone left behind as Canadian oil pours into U.S.
November 19, 2014  Will the most common molecule in the universe be the fuel of the future?
November 19, 2014  Japan plans new Antarctic whale hunt
November 19, 2014  WHO braces for bird flu spread in European poultry, urges vigilance
November 19, 2014  Water is the biggest output of U.S. oil and gas wells
November 18, 2014  Toyota, Honda seek green success with hydrogen fuel cell cars
November 18, 2014  Can Big Data help feed 9 billion humans?
November 18, 2014  40% decline in polar bears in Alaska, western Canada heightens concern
November 18, 2014  Obesity Is Tied to Pollutants
November 18, 2014  Armyworm resistance to GMO crops seen in U.S.
November 18, 2014  Bird flu: EU urgent meeting after Netherlands outbreak.
November 18, 2014  Decline and fall of coal
November 18, 2014  In deep water: the first country in the world to surrender to global warming
November 17, 2014  Pressure mounting on OPEC nations to cut production
November 17, 2014  McDonald's won't buy Idaho company Simplot's GMO potato
November 17, 2014  Barack Obama tells G20 a global climate change deal is possible and vital
November 17, 2014  Smoggy skies replace 'Apec blue' in Beijing after pollution curbs end
November 17, 2014  Oil Dispute Takes a Page From Congo's Bloody Past
November 17, 2014  Thalidomide: how men who blighted lives of thousands evaded justice
November 17, 2014  Lung Cancer for Nonsmokers Still Stained by Stigma
November 17, 2014  Meltdown in Tibet
November 17, 2014  The Dark Stain on Bangladesh's $1 Billion Leather Export Industry
November 13, 2014  How the Republican-led Congress could kill the climate change deal
November 13, 2014  China Hunger for Clean Energy to Leave No Rooftop Behind
November 13, 2014  Obama clears the air on climate-change deal with China
November 13, 2014  Tucson scientists developing supplement to keep bees alive
November 13, 2014  Shell 'warned Nigeria pipeline could leak before spills'
November 13, 2014  Are mobile and cordless phones linked with brain cancer risk?
November 13, 2014  Can steak save the planet?
November 12, 2014  Breaking Analysis: US-China Climate Deal to Avoid 640 Billion Tons of Carbon Pollution
November 12, 2014  Lower Oil Prices Carry Geopolitical Consequences
November 12, 2014  Japan's nuclear cleanup stymied by water woes
November 12, 2014  Is it safe to microwave food in plastic?
November 12, 2014  Traces of radiation from Fukushima detected off California
November 12, 2014  31 species of migratory animals given UN protection
November 12, 2014  The real story of US coal: inside the world's biggest coalmine
November 12, 2014  Japan's dated, smoky cafes unfazed by Starbucks' success
November 12, 2014  Global meat demand plows up Brazil's 'underground forest'
November 11, 2014  Black Dog: Are Plunging Oil Prices a Positive or a Negative?
November 10, 2014  Capping warming at 2°C not enough to avert disaster, climate experts warn
November 10, 2014  Eelgrass could save the planet
November 10, 2014  Human-like fish that could be used to test China's water quality
November 10, 2014  Aging nuclear arsenal grows ever more costly
November 10, 2014  Chevron's one-man 'news' room.
November 10, 2014  Trading Oil for Coal
November 10, 2014  In Beijing, Clearer Views Hide Real Life
November 10, 2014  The Obama Whisperer
November 06, 2014  TEPCO Finishes Removing 400 Tonnes of Spent Fuel Rod From Fukushima Reactor 4
November 06, 2014  Solar latecomer France builds Europe's largest plant
November 06, 2014  Obama Seeks $6 Billion for Ebola Fight
November 06, 2014  A Mosquito-Borne Virus Sweeps the Caribbean
November 06, 2014  Republican wave unlikely to wash away Obama's major rules
November 06, 2014  Ozone-destroying chemical making comeback, scientists find
November 06, 2014  New shipping canal in Nicaragua faces questions and opposition.
November 06, 2014  Oil Prices Are Dropping. So What?
November 05, 2014  Midterm gains by Republicans endanger environmental progress
November 05, 2014  The new alchemy? Company makes jet fuel and plastic soda bottles out of farm wastes
November 05, 2014  670,000 smog-related deaths a year: the cost of China's reliance on coal
November 05, 2014  Keystone Approval Sought by Republicans Daring Obama Veto
November 05, 2014  Are there any pollution-free places left on Earth?
November 05, 2014  Kentucky's Whiskey Fungus Problem Is Out of Control
November 05, 2014  Beijing's smokescreen to hide pollution from visiting world leaders.
November 05, 2014  What Am I Entitled To When My Flight Goes Wrong?
November 04, 2014  Should you worry about GMO foods?
November 04, 2014  Olympics: Beijing 'confident' on 2022 Winter Games bid
November 04, 2014  New Delhi air pollution reaches alarming levels
November 04, 2014  G20 energy efficiency action plan appears to require little or no action
November 04, 2014  Can we stop runaway global warming? 'All we need is the will to change'
November 04, 2014  Ebola Crisis Offers Lessons, Warnings on Epidemics, Bill Gates Says
November 04, 2014  Ebola-carrying bats may be heroes as well as villains
November 04, 2014  Water everywhere for profit in Nejapa, but few drops for local people to drink
November 03, 2014  Lagging Behind: Australia and the Global Response to Climate Change
November 03, 2014  Oil sands crude reaching Europe, Asia
November 03, 2014  Denmark considers phasing out coal by 2025 in big green shift
November 03, 2014  New Oil Train Safety Rules Divide Rail Industry
November 03, 2014  Seabird losses from Deepwater Horizon oil spill estimated at hundreds of thousands
November 03, 2014  Election-year water crisis taking a toll on Brazil's economy
November 03, 2014  Ozone hole remains size of North America, Nasa data shows
November 03, 2014  Feds warn plastic bag makers over misleading biodegradable claim
November 03, 2014  A killer plague wouldn't save the planet from us
October 31, 2014  Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo crashes during test flight
October 26, 2014  Rise of the machines! Musk warns of 'summoning the demon' with AI: Report
October 23, 2014  ACC study shows plastics to oil could be a $9 billion industry ~ Plastic Pyrolysis
October 22, 2014  Scathing report details Canada's environmental shortfalls
October 16, 2014  Global coal industry still in denial over prices, regulation
October 16, 2014  China to punish carmakers who fail to meet fuel targets in 2015
October 16, 2014  Lockheed says makes breakthrough on fusion energy project
October 16, 2014  Obama tells CDC he wants Ebola 'SWAT team' ready to go anywhere
October 16, 2014  Ebola escalation could trigger major food crisis
October 16, 2014  Former workers, whistleblowers shed light on nuclear site safety setbacks
October 16, 2014  Colombian farmers sue BP in British court
October 16, 2014  The secret chemicals in perfume are about to be unbottled
October 15, 2014  Obama's war on coal
October 15, 2014  Site C dam will proceed despite environmental consequences
October 15, 2014  Italy pushes ahead with 'next generation' biofuels from waste
October 15, 2014  The humble coconut might hold the key to making hydrogen-powered cars viable
October 15, 2014  African penguins put researchers in a flap
October 15, 2014  Federal government says it could have done more on Ebola, steps up response
October 15, 2014  Funding woes delay new Chernobyl cover
October 15, 2014  Liquid nicotine exposures up sharply among kids
October 14, 2014  Beijing Given 10 Pct of Central Funds to Curb Air Pollution
October 14, 2014  Ebola threatens chocolate
October 14, 2014  Pentagon Signals Security Risks of Climate Change
October 14, 2014  A Heavy Issue
October 14, 2014  Venture Capitalists Return to Backing Science Start-Ups
October 14, 2014  The whale savers
October 14, 2014  Fukushima legacy... 25,000 who cannot go home again
October 14, 2014  Pollution in China Hits 20 Times Safe Limit
October 09, 2014  Antarctic sea ice reaches record levels, NASA reports
October 09, 2014  Costa Rica promises to compensate sickened banana workers
October 09, 2014  Orange pollution alert raised as Beijing smog reaches 'hazardous' levels
October 09, 2014  Egypt's Expansion of the Suez Canal Could Ruin the Mediterranean Sea
October 09, 2014  Norway's radioactive reindeer
October 09, 2014  Decline of bees and other pollinators could worsen global malnutrition
October 09, 2014  Farmers Fight Coca-Cola as India's Groundwater Dries Up
October 09, 2014  Fighting the Islamic State --- how much will it cost?
October 08, 2014  Keystone Delay Won't Slow Canada Pipelines, Kenny Says
October 08, 2014  SolarCity loan deal could propel rooftop market
October 08, 2014  Scientists sound alarm over ocean acidification
October 08, 2014  Ebola Diagnosed in More Health Care Workers
October 08, 2014  Sea Level Rise Making Floods Routine for Coastal Cities
October 08, 2014  Hot rocks in Hawaii
October 08, 2014  The World's Biggest Land, Sea And Air Vehicles
October 08, 2014  How Nuclear Explosions Were Used to Save the Environment
October 07, 2014  Planet racing towards catastrophe and politics just looking on
October 07, 2014  Have we lost half the world's animals?
October 07, 2014  If China announces a limit on carbon emissions, could India follow?
October 07, 2014  Sweden's Greens Plan to Close Reactors
October 07, 2014  EU abandons 'dirty' label for tar sands oil
October 07, 2014  Spanish nurse becomes first to contract Ebola outside West Africa
October 07, 2014  Islamic State jihadists are using water as a weapon in Iraq
October 07, 2014  Clean Coal Era Begins
October 06, 2014  Chile to create one of world's largest marine parks around Easter Island
October 06, 2014  Petronas moves to change B.C. LNG plan for environmental approval
October 06, 2014  With the boom in oil and gas, pipelines proliferate.
October 06, 2014  Smelly, contaminated, full of disease: the world's open dumps are growing
October 06, 2014  From Guinea to Dallas: Tracing the Ebola threat
October 06, 2014  In the Age of Extinction, which species can we least afford to lose?
October 06, 2014  In Nobel Season, Laureates Fret for Sickly Earth
October 06, 2014  In the medical response to Ebola, Cuba is punching far above its weight
October 06, 2014  Drones And Everything After
October 02, 2014  Is 2 Degrees the Right Limit for Global Warming? Some Scientists Say No
October 02, 2014  Part of Aral Sea Dries Up: Biggest Environmental Disaster in Human History
October 02, 2014  Canada switches on world's first carbon capture power plant
October 02, 2014  U.S. nears solution for safe disposal of Ebola waste
October 02, 2014  Your nose knows death is imminent
October 02, 2014  Climate Change Could Alter the Human Male-Female Ratio
October 02, 2014  Massive Mongolian mine endangers nomads' water, way of life
October 02, 2014  How 'green' is your coffee? You probably don't know
October 01, 2014  We're on the road to destruction
October 01, 2014  Nigeria's Actions Seem to Contain Ebola Outbreak
October 01, 2014  China's 'strictest' air pollution laws introduced in city.
October 01, 2014  35,000 walrus come ashore in northwest Alaska
October 01, 2014  Oil in the Amazon: Who stands to win and lose?
October 01, 2014  California becomes first state to ban plastic bags
October 01, 2014  TransCanada plan to switch crude oil for gas in local pipeline
October 01, 2014  The Curious Case of the Chinese Chicken Import-Export Business
September 30, 2014  Big tobacco companies are putting big warning labels on their e-cigarettes
September 30, 2014  Volcanoes May Be Next Hurdle for Nuclear Restarts in Japan
September 30, 2014  Melting Antarctic Ice Is Causing an Actual Shift in Gravity
September 30, 2014  Can the world keep up with soaring global food demand?
September 30, 2014  Utilities Limit Access as Clean Energy Tests Japan's Grid
September 30, 2014  Solar power is growing so fast that older energy companies are trying to stop it
September 30, 2014  Global wildlife populations down by half since 1970: WWF
September 30, 2014  Bill Gates warns Ebola could spread beyond West Africa
September 29, 2014  U.S. river freight system near breaking point as huge harvest looms
September 29, 2014  Iran prays for rain amid acute water shortage
September 29, 2014  Keystone XL foes claim victory as Statoil delays oil sands plan
September 29, 2014  Crazy weather traced to Arctic's impact on jet stream
September 29, 2014  Water consumption: A canal too far
September 29, 2014  Who's afraid of bromine?
September 29, 2014  France announces world's toughest anti-smoking laws
September 29, 2014  The Health Effects of Leaving Religion
September 25, 2014  El Salvador says nearly 30,000 infected with mosquito-borne chikungunya
September 25, 2014  PSE&G Breaks Ground on 10-Megawatt Solar Farm, Its Largest Yet
September 25, 2014  We should pay more attention to what cities are doing about climate change
September 25, 2014  Ebola-hit nations may 'face collapse'
September 25, 2014  Obama to create world's largest protected marine reserve in Pacific Ocean
September 25, 2014  China says first-half results exceed target for cutting water pollution
September 25, 2014  Brazil warming to 'green' policies
September 25, 2014  Switch to Natural Gas Won't Reduce Carbon Emissions Much, Study Finds
September 24, 2014  America's New Oil Weapon
September 24, 2014  California, Quebec Seek Partners to Grow Carbon Market
September 24, 2014  Water: A Defining Issue for Post-2015
September 24, 2014  Mexico sees sign of hope for Monarch butterflies
September 24, 2014  Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million Within Four Months
September 24, 2014  On The Ground In China's Fight To Quit Coal
September 24, 2014  Obama at climate summit: 'We have to lead'
September 24, 2014  Lyme disease surges north, and Canada moves out of denial
September 23, 2014  Brazil says no to global forest plan.
September 23, 2014  Why the UN Climate Summit will have a hard time doing anything
September 23, 2014  Oil Companies Quietly Prepare For a Future of Carbon Pricing
September 23, 2014  Larry Ellison Bought an Island in Hawaii. Now What?
September 23, 2014  Ebola virus in humans may be here to stay; fatality rate is 71%
September 23, 2014  As World's Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us?
September 23, 2014  Google, GE and others contribute to climate-change deniers in Congress, report finds
September 23, 2014  What climate activists can learn from the fight against Big Tobacco
September 22, 2014  Bottom-Up Climate Fix
September 22, 2014  Mihama viewed as test case for Japan's aging nuclear reactors
September 22, 2014  6 Ways Climate Change is Making Us Sick
September 22, 2014  China Tops Europe for First Time in Per-Capita Pollution
September 22, 2014  All Eyes On Obama, World Leaders At Climate Change Summit
September 22, 2014  A new generation of GMOs.
September 22, 2014  Exxon Halts Oil Drilling in Waters of Russia
September 22, 2014  How Prozac Conquered America
September 11, 2014  Where your aluminum cans go, and 6 other recycling mysteries
September 11, 2014  Brazil confirms Amazon deforestation sped up in 2013
September 11, 2014  Fukushima nuclear disaster: three years on 120,000 evacuees remain uprooted
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