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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
September 11, 2014  Oil demand growth slowing at 'remarkable' pace
September 11, 2014  Carbon markets gaining momentum in the U.S.
September 11, 2014  How climate change may disrupt the tranquility along the U.S.-Canada border
September 11, 2014  Brazil says rate of Amazon deforestation up for first time in years
September 11, 2014  Drowned tropical forests add to climate change
September 11, 2014  Three Years After Fukushima, Japan Approves a Nuclear Plant
September 10, 2014  Indian billionaire Ratan Tata leads calls for UN ocean treaty
September 10, 2014  Japan Takes Another Step Toward Restarting Nuclear Power Plants
September 10, 2014  Canada Chases Down an Arctic Mystery, and Some See a Political Strategy
September 10, 2014  China suggests cap on coal use
September 10, 2014  Californians' purchases of plug-in electric cars top 100,000
September 10, 2014  Ebola death toll rises to at least 2,296 : WHO
September 10, 2014  Bacteria-killing viruses seen as alternative to antibiotics
September 10, 2014  Quenching Beijing's thirst may stunt regional growth
September 09, 2014  Back in Sacramento, Arnold Schwarzenegger touts climate change record
September 09, 2014  Power Plants Heading Out to Sea in Post-Fukushima Japan
September 09, 2014  Mosquito-Borne Viruses Hit Japan and the U.S.
September 09, 2014  How deadly is Ebola? Statistical challenges may be inflating survival rate
September 09, 2014  Canadian Beekeepers Sue Neonicotinoid Makers Bayer, Syngenta for C$450 Million
September 09, 2014  India-Pakistan flood disaster prompts frantic rescue bid
September 09, 2014  Secrecy and doubt shroud Nicaragua's huge canal plans
September 09, 2014  Half of North American bird species threatened by climate change
September 08, 2014  China producing more electric cars
September 08, 2014  U.S. military to provide equipment, resources to battle Ebola epidemic in Africa
September 08, 2014  Middle East wars could put world's food security at risk
September 08, 2014  Two trillion becquerels of radioactive material may have escaped No. 1
September 08, 2014  Water shortages lead to 'tanker mafia' in India
September 08, 2014  Where gadgets go to die
September 08, 2014  Animal Traffic
September 08, 2014  Oil Spill Penalty Will Hurt, but Not Cripple, BP
September 05, 2014  Ebola threatens global security
September 05, 2014  China Policy Spurs Rooftop Solar in World's Top Market
September 05, 2014  Tax breaks key as Tesla plans Gigafactory in Nevada
September 05, 2014  Guinea detects Ebola in new region as U.S. warns outbreak out of control
September 05, 2014  As Keystone awaits fate, other tar sands projects move forward
September 05, 2014  Hillary Clinton talks climate change, gas and exports to friendly energy crowd
September 05, 2014  Bill Gates's epic project transforms farming in Africa
September 05, 2014  Ruling against BP could mean $18 billion in fines.
September 04, 2014  In the Parching West, It's Beginning to Feel like 1159
September 04, 2014  TEPCO coating seafloor at Fukushima port with special cement mixture
September 04, 2014  Ban Ki-Moon's 'Last Chance Saloon'
September 04, 2014  Tesla selects Nevada for battery plant
September 04, 2014  One million Somalis starve as towns besieged and food prices quadruple
September 04, 2014  Ocean map points to garbage patch polluters
September 04, 2014  Group says world is losing battle against Ebola
September 04, 2014  90 million pill capsules laced with toxic metal are sold in China
September 03, 2014  Feather loss hits young Antarctic penguins, putting them at risk in frigid weather
September 03, 2014  Radioactive wild boar roaming the forests of Germany
September 03, 2014  Hydrogen highway inches closer
September 03, 2014  Experts clash on Fukushima radiation effects
September 03, 2014  UN: Ebola Disease Caseload Could Reach 20,000
September 03, 2014  Plastic waste may trigger water bombs in Himalayas
September 03, 2014  China faces looming health crisis, warn experts
September 03, 2014  E-cigarettes 'less harmful' than cigarettes
September 02, 2014  The Surprising Products We Get From Crude Oil
August 28, 2014  Is Canada a nation of science geeks?
August 28, 2014  Antarctic sea level rise could be more dramatic than earlier thought
August 28, 2014  What Global Warming Might Mean for Extreme Snowfalls
August 28, 2014  First Human Trials of Ebola Vaccine Start Next Week
August 28, 2014  Brazil dismantles 'biggest destroyer' of Amazon rainforest
August 28, 2014  Could Climate Change Cause Deadly Epidemics?
August 28, 2014  Nearly half of global trash is burned, creating more pollution than reported
August 28, 2014  Countries with the worst air pollution ranked by World Health Organisation
August 27, 2014  Fukushima nuclear crisis estimated to cost ¥11 trillion: study
August 27, 2014  Plastic rubbish greater threat than climate change
August 27, 2014  World Bank pledges to support Vietnam in battling climate change
August 27, 2014  Canada pulling Ebola lab team from Sierra Leone
August 27, 2014  World Health Organization Urges Stronger Regulation of Electronic Cigarettes
August 27, 2014  Obama Pursuing Climate Accord in Lieu of Treaty
August 27, 2014  World's Largest Dam Removal Unleashes U.S. River After Century of Electric Production
August 27, 2014  China police seize 30,000 tons of tainted chicken feet
August 27, 2014  Endangered species protection sought for dwindling monarch butterflies
August 26, 2014  Napa Mops Up Wine and Tallies Its Losses After Quake
August 26, 2014  Fukushima Watch: Early Data on Thyroid Cancer Released
August 26, 2014  Could A 2-Year-Old Boy Be 'Patient Zero' For The Ebola Outbreak?
August 26, 2014  Here's how Brazil's new presidential candidate could help save the planet
August 26, 2014  Expert calls for nuke plant closure.
August 26, 2014  In a first, Japanese court rules that nuclear plant operator is liable for suicide
August 26, 2014  How the Golden State's 1 percenters are avoiding the drought.
August 26, 2014  Madagascar Pochard, world's rarest bird, needs new home
August 25, 2014  A second and different Ebola outbreak hits Congo, the fifth infected African country
August 25, 2014  Toxic alert as Hong Kong suffers highest number of red tides in 26 years
August 25, 2014  Fukushima Prefecture to accept intermediate storage facility for radioactive waste
August 25, 2014  Drought leaves California homes without water
August 25, 2014  Rethinking Eating
August 25, 2014  China pulls plug on genetically modified rice and corn
August 25, 2014  India court orders uranium company to study impacts.
August 25, 2014  Fukushima disaster: Inside the world's most dangerous room.
August 21, 2014  TEPCO plans to add sealant to ice walls to halt flow of radioactive water
August 21, 2014  China adds most nuclear for year with 3.2GW
August 21, 2014  Solar power poses lower risk to birds than cats or cars.
August 21, 2014  The Island Nation That Bought a Back-Up Property
August 21, 2014  Microbes thrive below Antarctic ice.
August 21, 2014  Liberian slums barricaded as Ebola sets new record
August 21, 2014  If You Think the Water Crisis Can't Get Worse, Wait Until the Aquifers Are Drained
August 21, 2014  Toronto is smog free for the first summer in decades. But why?
August 20, 2014  As world's oceans heat up, Norway sizzles and Arkansas shivers
August 20, 2014  US sailors prepare for fresh legal challenge over Fukushima radiation
August 20, 2014  Why haven't China's cities learned from America's mistakes?
August 20, 2014  Mystery over Kazakh nuclear power plans
August 20, 2014  E-Bike Sales Are Surging in Europe
August 20, 2014  Bihar's first all-solar village flickers to life
August 20, 2014  Bad news for Big Coal: Oregon rejects proposed export terminal
August 20, 2014  Peru fights gold fever with fire and military force
August 19, 2014  Europe's Malaise: The New Normal?
August 19, 2014  Zero Waste World
August 19, 2014  Alert Level for Iceland Volcano Eruption Raised to Second-Highest
August 19, 2014  Tokyo Weighs Written Guarantee of Nuclear-Plant Safety
August 19, 2014  New Energy Projects Boost the Use of Undersea Power Cables
August 19, 2014  Scientists probe poorly understood linkage between melting Arctic and extreme weather
August 19, 2014  Promise of a 'clean coal' future far from reality
August 19, 2014  Survivors enlisted in Sierra Leone's Ebola battle
August 19, 2014  Having good neighbours can help cut heart attack risk, study shows
August 18, 2014  Save one dying lake, save the Middle East?
August 18, 2014  China's carbon plans: secrecy and oversupply darken outlook
August 18, 2014  A New Frontier for Fracking: Drilling Near the Arctic Circle
August 18, 2014  Hundreds of bioterror lab mishaps cloaked in secrecy
August 18, 2014  With Aid Doctors Gone, Ebola Fight Grows Harder
August 18, 2014  Extreme medicine: The search for new antibiotics
August 18, 2014  Wide, brown land becomes a home to carbon farming
August 18, 2014  The big billion-dollar stink over sewers in the Keys
August 18, 2014  Nicaragua's Canal Project Pushes Forward Despite Economic, Environmental Questions
August 18, 2014  The Great Chinese Exodus
August 14, 2014  Tibet's glaciers at their warmest in 2,000 years, report says
August 14, 2014  Canadian oil sands crude is the X factor in crude-by-rail rule
August 14, 2014  A $1billion bet on clean energy
August 14, 2014  How to Stop Tax Inversions With a Carbon Levy. Seriously
August 14, 2014  As Ebola's Toll Rises, Drug Makers Race to Test Medicines
August 14, 2014  Expanding waistlines will cause 3,500 more cancers each year, study finds
August 14, 2014  'Street view' goes undersea to map reefs, wonders
August 14, 2014  New York Suburbs Get Entire Summer's Worth of Rain
August 14, 2014  Apple bans use of 2 chemicals in iPhone assembly
August 13, 2014  Australia warns of poor outlook for Great Barrier Reef
August 13, 2014  Cold War Looms Between Canada and Russia Over Arctic Borders
August 13, 2014  No One Likes Power Plants, But They Get Better When You Put A Ski Slope On Them
August 13, 2014  Chile earthquake triggered icequakes in Antarctica
August 13, 2014  Using a Tactic Unseen in a Century, Countries Cordon Off Ebola-Racked Areas
August 13, 2014  Decision could boost use of popular weed killer
August 13, 2014  Black and Hispanic Kids Have a 50 Percent Chance of Developing Diabetes
August 13, 2014  India uranium mining fuels health crisis
August 12, 2014  Hawaii's big lesson from hurricane weekend: Stay prepared
August 12, 2014  When Did Republicans Start Hating the Environment?
August 12, 2014  Glaxo to start clinical trials for Ebola vaccine
August 12, 2014  Africa's vultures threatened by an assault on all fronts.
August 12, 2014  California may waive environmental rules for Tesla battery factory
August 12, 2014  As coal struggles, the blame game begins
August 12, 2014  California Drought Transforms Global Food Market
August 12, 2014  Rapid rise in Arctic temperatures to blame for world's extreme weather.
August 12, 2014  Canada on mission to map Arctic, lay claim to broader boundaries
August 11, 2014  Why Should You Care Where Your Laptop Goes To Die?
August 11, 2014  Codfish numbers at key fishery hits all-time low
August 11, 2014  Ebola outbreak: Nigeria declares national emergency.
August 11, 2014  For Canada, Tar Sands Are Bigger Than Keystone XL
August 11, 2014  Cotton trade: where does your T-shirt grow?
August 11, 2014  Plants have unexpected response to climate change
August 11, 2014  Pacific Command not waiting on politics to plan for climate change challenges.
August 11, 2014  GMO or no? Should labels be required on food with genetically modified ingredients?
July 31, 2014  Are You Gonna Eat That?
July 31, 2014  House clears way for lawsuit against Obama
July 31, 2014  Panasonic, Tesla to build big US battery plant
July 31, 2014  Ebola epidemic 'out of control' says Doctors Without Borders.
July 31, 2014  Drug-Defying Malaria Cases Found in Southeast Asia
July 31, 2014  Oil companies forfeit Arctic drilling rights
July 31, 2014  Century-old pipe break points to Global problem
July 31, 2014  Dam removals: Rivers on the run
July 30, 2014  Volvo and Renault lead way as electric car sales double in EU
July 30, 2014  Sixteen-foot swells reported in once-frozen region of Arctic Ocean
July 30, 2014  Canada's boreal forests are burning -- and releasing loads of carbon
July 30, 2014  Refrigerators are running in China
July 30, 2014  Fears grow of Ebola spreading to Europe
July 30, 2014  Footprint of Deepwater Horizon Spill Is Bigger Than We Thought
July 30, 2014  Activists in Brazil are fighting to protect the environment --- and their lives
July 30, 2014  Report: World faces water crises by 2040
July 29, 2014  Hong Kong-based inventor's breakthrough robotic boat aims to clean-up oceans
July 29, 2014  Has Meat Met Its Match?
July 29, 2014  Brazil farmers say GMO corn no longer resistant to pests
July 29, 2014  Emails show secrecy on federal oilsands probe
July 29, 2014  As Ebola, Mers and HIV/Aids make headlines, what are the biggest risks to the world's health?
July 29, 2014  Big Mac banished in Shanghai as meat scare prompts probe.
July 29, 2014  Mining caused Antarctica lead pollution, scientists reveal
July 29, 2014  Not in my backyard: US sending dirty coal abroad
July 28, 2014  Two Americans Stricken With Deadly Ebola Virus in Liberia
July 28, 2014  What Do Chinese Dumplings Have to Do With Global Warming?
July 28, 2014  Pope Francis renews attack on mafia in Italian region scarred by toxic waste
July 28, 2014  Russia Sues McDonald's, Questioning Quality of the Food
July 28, 2014  Japanese monkeys' abnormal blood linked to Fukushima disaster:
July 28, 2014  China's Plan to Limit Coal Use Could Spur Consumption for Years
July 28, 2014  Colorado River Basin drying up faster than previously thought
July 28, 2014  India's Uranium Boss Says Deformed Children May Be 'Imported'
July 24, 2014  Cuba looks to mangroves to fend off rising seas
July 24, 2014  China's coal industry says times are hard, outlook worse
July 24, 2014  Canada's Record Rains Cut Wheat Acreage to Three-Year Low
July 24, 2014  Blue whales being struck by ships
July 24, 2014  Chikungunya virus hits the US and Europe
July 24, 2014  What happened with nuclear waste leak in New Mexico?
July 24, 2014  Can You Trust That Organic Label On Imported Food?
July 24, 2014  US Department of Transportation proposes stricter oil train safety rules.
July 23, 2014  In 'Fukushima Building,' TVA tests a new age of nuclear construction
July 23, 2014  Canada's envoy to U.S. pushes Keystone plan at B.C. summit
July 23, 2014  Arctic Ice Melt Seen Freeing Way for South Korean Oil Hub
July 23, 2014  MERS may be airborne, scientists say
July 23, 2014  Smallpox and Anthrax Scandals Cap History of Fumbling Dangerous Materials
July 23, 2014  Using a nicotine patch during pregnancy tied to higher ADHD risk
July 23, 2014  Town in Northwest China Sealed After Man Dies of Plague
July 23, 2014  Amazon oil spill has killed tons of fish, sickened native people
July 22, 2014  B.C. Gets Reality Check on LNG Export-Sector Plans
July 22, 2014  Florida smoker's widow: $23B damages is a message to Big Tobacco
July 22, 2014  Probiotic Logic vs. Gut Feelings
July 22, 2014  China warns against "blind" rush to build coal-to-gas plants
July 22, 2014  MERS virus detected in air samples from Saudi camel barn
July 22, 2014  Ebola Is A Deadly Virus --- But Doctors Say It Can Be Beaten
July 22, 2014  Is this U.S. coal giant funding violent union intimidation in Colombia?
July 22, 2014  Massive raid to help Yurok tribe combat illegal pot grows
July 22, 2014  US pork producers' use of drug may derail European trade deal
July 21, 2014  Late monsoon starts Indian farmer's 'journey to hell'
July 21, 2014  Missed targets: when companies fail to keep their key sustainability promises
July 21, 2014  Armed bandits demand water in dry northern India
July 21, 2014  Pathogen Mishaps Rise as Regulators Stay Clear
July 21, 2014  Obama opens Eastern Seaboard to oil exploration, upsetting environmentalists
July 21, 2014  Chikungunya fever finally makes it to the United States
July 21, 2014  'Empty and lonely' Fukushima towns struggle in catastrophe's wake
July 21, 2014  Thousands Of Containers Fall Off Ships Every Year. What Happens To Them?
July 17, 2014  Tesla's shocking new strategy
July 17, 2014  Want to test ride Harley Davidson's electric motorbike? Here's how
July 17, 2014  'Green' trucks? Yup, they're getting their own award
July 17, 2014  Looking to Fund a Clean Energy Project? You Need a Green Bank.
July 17, 2014  Pollution in China: Precious art from toxic waste
July 17, 2014  Germany's fear of 'chlorine chicken' complicates U.S. trade talks
July 17, 2014  Australia Becomes First Developed Nation to Repeal Carbon Tax
July 17, 2014  Is organic food healthier? Many scientists are still skeptical.
July 16, 2014  Our Bees, Ourselves
July 16, 2014  Germany sets example, pledges $1 billion to U.N. climate fund
July 16, 2014  Huge Mystery Crater Found in Siberia's 'End of the World'
July 16, 2014  Japan gives green light to restart pair of nuclear reactors
July 16, 2014  Though Scorned by Colleagues, a Climate-Change Skeptic Is Unbowed
July 16, 2014  Brain-Eating Amoeba Lurks in Warm Summer Water
July 16, 2014  The biggest environmental controversy few have heard of.
July 16, 2014  Chinese town trades lead poison test results for milk
July 15, 2014  Steyer: How climate change changed me.
July 15, 2014  World's oceans are in deep trouble
July 15, 2014  Ebola crisis in West Africa deepens; 500+ dead
July 15, 2014  We Are Our Bacteria
July 15, 2014  LA Smog: the battle against air pollution
July 15, 2014  Nuclear waste plan unsafe, panel hears
July 15, 2014  Stuck on land? Polar bears find ways to grab dinner
July 15, 2014  The Soil Pollution Crisis in China
July 14, 2014  Will Obama's final, radical climate push be enough?
July 14, 2014  Pakistan's urban air pollution off the charts
July 14, 2014  TEPCO's rubble removal at Fukushima plant likely spread cesium to rice paddies
July 14, 2014  Climate change signals the end of Australian shiraz as we know it
July 14, 2014  As Ebola stalks West Africa, medics fight mistrust, hostility
July 14, 2014  Toxic cargo ahead
July 14, 2014  China girds for 'war on pollution'
July 14, 2014  India's 'Plastic Man' Turns Litter Into Paved Roads
July 10, 2014  Why so many kids can't sit still in school today
July 10, 2014  Uncontacted tribe in Brazil ends its isolation
July 10, 2014  Tepco Says It Has Turned Corner on Fukushima Nuclear Clean-Up
July 10, 2014  Census reveals extinction threat
July 10, 2014  A reason millions of bees are dying
July 10, 2014  Fukushima farmer takes on nuclear plant operator over wife's suicide
July 10, 2014  Agent Orange Ingredient Could Soon Be Used to Kill Superweeds
July 10, 2014  Last U.S. Coal-Fired Steamship Sails On, Aiming for a Cleaner Wake
July 09, 2014  Report Sees Trillions Going to Clean Energy as Offshore Wind Gets Boost
July 09, 2014  Tesla Sued by Businesseman Claiming China Trademark Right
July 09, 2014  How the Obama Administration Is Keeping Big Coal Alive
July 09, 2014  Ebola outbreak: 25 more deaths confirmed in West Africa
July 09, 2014  Want to limit global warming? Bring cash
July 09, 2014  Waves for Worry? Scientists weigh-in on status of radioactive waters from Fukushima
July 09, 2014  What's killing the Yukon's salmon?
July 09, 2014  In China's Heartland, A Toxic Trail Leads from Factories to Fields to Food
July 09, 2014  What's Killing the Children in Jadugora, India?
July 08, 2014  Solar has won. Even if coal were free to burn, power stations couldn't compete
July 08, 2014  Hillary Clinton hints at climate, energy choices
July 08, 2014  Global warming threatens Antarctica's emperor penguins
July 08, 2014  Super typhoon Neoguri takes aim at Japan
July 08, 2014  Trade talks on $1 trillion in environmental goods
July 08, 2014  Canada Struggles with Melting Permafrost as Climate Warms
July 08, 2014  Debate Continues on Hazards of Electromagnetic Waves
July 08, 2014  A California Oil Field Yields Another Prized Commodity
July 07, 2014  Methane's Role In Climate Change
July 07, 2014  IBM signs up to help fight China's war on smog
July 07, 2014  9 things that make air pollution bearable
July 07, 2014  Aims of Donor Are Shadowed by Past in Coal
July 07, 2014  The long shadow of Chernobyl
July 07, 2014  A year later, the lessons learned in the ashes of Lac-Megantic
July 07, 2014  Food experts warn it could be farewell to the land of plenty
July 07, 2014  How green cities are better for us physically and psychologically
July 04, 2014  Obama pleas to China, India to forgo use of coal falls on deaf ears
July 04, 2014  Water ATMs aim to bring relief to thirsty India.
July 04, 2014  Rupture-Prone Oil Trains Keep Rolling After Quebec Crash
July 04, 2014  US laboratory admits violating nuke-waste permit
July 04, 2014  Costly new longevity drugs could help the wealthy live 120 years or more
July 04, 2014  Choking Smog Puts Chinese Driver in Natural Gas Fast Lane
July 04, 2014  Fear and ignorance as ebola 'out of control' in parts of west Africa
July 04, 2014  Water supply key to outcome of conflicts in Iraq and Syria, experts warn
July 03, 2014  Drop the eco-pessimism -- you can make a greener world
July 03, 2014  Insect farms: Investors see big profits in thinking small
July 03, 2014  Climate change satellite launched
July 03, 2014  Caribbean coral reefs could be gone in 20 years
July 03, 2014  Costa Rica Enforces Green Justice
July 03, 2014  Electronic Devices Waste $80 Billion of Power a Year, IEA Says
July 03, 2014  Chikun-What? A New Mosquito-Borne Virus Lands In The U.S.
July 03, 2014  Fear, cash shortages hinder fight against Ebola outbreak
July 02, 2014  Brazil Made Big Environmental Promises for Its Rio Olympics. Here's Why It Won't Keep Them.
July 02, 2014  Wild creatures of the tropics are being lost before they're found
July 02, 2014  The Disaster We've Wrought on the World's Oceans May Be Irrevocable
July 02, 2014  Self-Destructing Mosquitoes to Help Brazil Fight Deadly Dengue
July 02, 2014  Starfish are 'just melting': Disease killing 80 percent of them
July 02, 2014  Evacuation plans stir fresh doubts over Japan nuclear restarts
July 02, 2014  The race to stop Las Vegas from running dry
July 02, 2014  China's Dirty Pollution Secret: The Boom Poisoned Its Soil and Crops
July 02, 2014  Ninety-nine percent of the ocean's plastic is missing
June 27, 2014  Brazil's 'silent army' sorts the World Cup's trash, five tons at a time
June 27, 2014  Oil train dangers extend past Bakken
June 27, 2014  El Nino Likely to Trigger Extreme Climate Events
June 27, 2014  Germany's New Coal Plants Push Power Glut to 4-Year High
June 27, 2014  Big jump in Mers cases reported
June 27, 2014  Ebola and ethics: Is animal welfare killing wild apes?
June 27, 2014  Coastal Communities Challenge Information 'Black Hole' On Fukushima Radiation
June 27, 2014  Landmark Supreme Court ruling grants land title to B.C. First Nation
June 26, 2014  Earth just experienced the hottest May on record
June 26, 2014  Liberia's Poor and the Rising Sea
June 26, 2014  Nova Scotia fungus breathes new life into battle against superbugs
June 26, 2014  Hawaii at center of battle over aquarium fish
June 26, 2014  Ruling could help U.S. become a major oil exporter
June 26, 2014  Brave new food.
June 26, 2014  Despite decade of protection, resident orcas still in trouble
June 26, 2014  Samsung is Korea's greatest success. But some workers say it's making them sick.
June 25, 2014  South Korea gains right to mine Indian Ocean.
June 25, 2014  Petrol-diesel hybrid may be key to cleaner driving
June 25, 2014  Oil train info shows heavy traffic
June 25, 2014  Ebola outbreak in West Africa is deadliest ever
June 25, 2014  White House weakened draft of FDA's proposed tobacco regulations
June 25, 2014  How Climate Change Will Choke Our Cities With Smog
June 25, 2014  Companies Urged to Disclose "Plastic Footprint"
June 25, 2014  Organic farm in Benin, an example for Africa
June 24, 2014  As Tesla Motors continues online selling, auto dealers fight back
June 24, 2014  Rooftop Solar Leases Scaring Buyers When Homeowners Sell
June 24, 2014  Pesticides linked to mass bee deaths also affect other friendly organisms including birds and fish
June 24, 2014  'Superweeds' choke farms
June 24, 2014  Jenny McCarthy e-cigs ads disappear
June 24, 2014  Ebola Outbreak 'Tip of the Iceberg,' Experts Say
June 24, 2014  Air quality to suffer with global warming
June 24, 2014  How Rupert Murdoch created the world's newest climate change villain
June 23, 2014  Millions to die from choking smog, warn scientists
June 23, 2014  A relationship cut short in B.C. with one fell swoop by Enbridge
June 23, 2014  Megacities: Perils of the concrete jungle.
June 23, 2014  Oil from BP spill slowing one of ocean's fastest fish
June 23, 2014  Japanese satellites enter orbit to monitor Fukushima, Chernobyl
June 23, 2014  Economy trumps environment for India's rivers
June 23, 2014  The Next Breadbasket
June 23, 2014  Untreatable virus spreading in the Caribbean now afflicts 4,600
June 13, 2014  Tesla Motors says: Take our patents, please
June 13, 2014  As 'football fever' kicks off in Brazil, can it keep the lights on and mosquitoes out?
June 13, 2014  Mysterious kidney disease plagues Central America
June 13, 2014  Pakistan surges into coal-fired power plants to meet energy demand
June 13, 2014  Chile's Patagonia Celebrates Decision Against Wilderness Dams
June 13, 2014  Deep Sea Fishing Threatens to Wipe Out a $150 Billion Carbon Sink
June 13, 2014  China's deserts are expanding at an alarming rate.
June 13, 2014  America's dirty secret
June 10, 2014  BP loses bid to freeze Gulf of Mexico spill payouts
June 10, 2014  Why Japan's prime minister wants to hunt whales
June 10, 2014  LNG plans in danger if Northern Gateway approved
June 10, 2014  Not a drop to drink: Syrian shortages feed black market for water
June 10, 2014  How dust in the wind may be quickening Greenland's ice melt
June 10, 2014  Buffett Ready to Double $15 Billion Solar, Wind Bet
June 10, 2014  Mobile phone risk to fertility of men who keep devices in their trouser pocket
June 10, 2014  Banned in Europe, Safe in the U.S.
June 09, 2014  Growing Ebola Outbreak Threatens to Overwhelm Volunteers
June 09, 2014  How dangerous is coal ash? Well, that depends
June 09, 2014  Global auto component makers gear up for China's tougher emission rules
June 09, 2014  Debate continues over how much race cars pollute environment
June 09, 2014  Is your home gym making you sick?
June 09, 2014  A new bug killer
June 09, 2014  White House: Climate Change Is Ruining Our Health
June 09, 2014  Breaking Bad: A Nuclear Waste Disaster
June 04, 2014  Kerry calls for ocean protection
June 04, 2014  Obama orders pollution cuts _ but timing uncertain
June 04, 2014  China plans absolute CO2 cap for first time:
June 04, 2014  Keystone, times a few hundred: U.S. shakes up climate debate with new plan
June 04, 2014  Ticking Time Bomb?
June 04, 2014  Compound blocks MERS from spreading
June 04, 2014  Risk Factors for Internal Radiation Exposures after Fukushima
June 04, 2014  Do mobile phones cause brain tumours?
June 03, 2014  First tar sands shipment to Europe sparks protests
June 03, 2014  Pint-size nuclear plants get a boost from Obama administration
June 03, 2014  Study finds pot farms draining streams dry in Northern California
June 03, 2014  Canada lags in protecting oceans
June 03, 2014  Our waste, their lives
June 03, 2014  How Companies Hide The Threat Of Black Lung From Watchdogs And Workers
June 03, 2014  Arctic Shipping: Good For Invasive Species, Bad For the Rest of Nature
June 03, 2014  New Delhi Locals Cry Foul Against Incinerator's Exhaust
June 02, 2014  Is the conversion of municipal solid waste to biofuels sustainable and economic?
May 28, 2014  Fukushima ice wall construction gets nuclear regulator's blessing.
May 28, 2014  Russian firm studying world's largest coal-fired plant to supply China
May 28, 2014  How oceans can solve our freshwater crisis
May 28, 2014  China to scrap millions of cars in anti-pollution push
May 28, 2014  Six legs tasty: First edible insect farm opens in US
May 28, 2014  Can U.S. eliminate invasive species by eating them?
May 28, 2014  Saudi Arabia takes heat for spread of MERS virus
May 28, 2014  Giving the Amazon rainforest back to the Awa tribe
May 22, 2014  US Navy Lab Turns Seawater Into Fuel
May 22, 2014  In Peru's Amazon, cash to indigenous communities aims to protect forests
May 22, 2014  West Antarctic ice collapse 'could drown Middle East and Asia crops'
May 22, 2014  El Niño 2014: Which crops it will help, and which it will hurt
May 22, 2014  This Is How Far Ahead of the U.S. China Is on Green Energy
May 22, 2014  China launches scores of projects to try to end dire water shortages
May 22, 2014  Green billionaire prepares to attack 'anti-science' Republicans
May 22, 2014  Japan court rules against nuclear restart in rare ruling
May 21, 2014  90% of TEPCO workers defied orders, fled Fukushima plant in 2011
May 21, 2014  How worried should you be about Antarctica's 'collapsing' ice sheet?
May 21, 2014  The Balkans' flooding is linked to climate change. And here's how
May 21, 2014  TEPCO begins releasing groundwater diverted at Fukushima plant into sea
May 21, 2014  Rio 2016 Olympics: Sailors warned over sewage, and more in Guanabara Bay.
May 21, 2014  Pressure mounts to save Africa's Eden from drillers
May 21, 2014  New Mexico says 57 nuke containers could be threat
May 21, 2014  Kawasaki Disease Wafts to Japan on the Wind
May 20, 2014  Tesla Edges Out Toyota as California's Top Auto Employer
May 20, 2014  MERS virus spread in U.S., health officials say
May 19, 2014  Climate change could increase volcanic eruptions
May 19, 2014  How Decades of Gas Flaring Is Harming Nigerians
May 19, 2014  Scientists find alarming levels of antibiotics in China's rivers and lakes
May 19, 2014  Work on frozen soil walls at Fukushima plant hits glitch
May 19, 2014  China's coal solution has carbon downside across globe
May 19, 2014  Tiny plastic timebomb - the pollutants in our cosmetics
May 16, 2014  Beyond Keystone XL, more pipelines with more problems
May 16, 2014  Balkans hit by worst flooding in a century
May 16, 2014  It Doesn't Matter Whether You Call It "Global Warming" or "Climate Change"
May 16, 2014  Xbox One, PlayStation 4 are big energy users
May 16, 2014  100 Percent of California Now in Highest Stages of Drought
May 16, 2014  Big mammals vs. big oil: New pipeline puts humpback whales at risk
May 16, 2014  Carnage on China Roads Shows Dark Side of Electric Bikes
May 16, 2014  UK's oil, coal and gas 'gone in five years'
May 15, 2014  Scientists to study Amazon rainforest fate if CO2 levels rise
May 15, 2014  Canada: Pipeline firms will pick up spill costs
May 15, 2014  Elon Musk sees nearly unlimited demand for energy storage
May 15, 2014  Tesla Model S is like a rocket to the future
May 15, 2014  Will MERS Become a Pandemic?
May 15, 2014  Hurricanes Are Shifting, Putting New Areas in Danger, Study Says
May 15, 2014  Scientists ask just how sick is the Baltic Sea
May 15, 2014  Bee Deaths Prompt Calls for U.S. to Follow EU Pesticides Ban
May 14, 2014  Custom-built robot to probe Fukushima leaks
May 14, 2014  Blame Climate Change for Your Terrible Seasonal Allergies
May 14, 2014  Champagne may be in trouble, but climate change has sparkling wine from England on the rise
May 14, 2014  Four inventions to energize your world
May 14, 2014  WHO holds emergency meeting on deadly Saudi MERS virus
May 14, 2014  Humans threaten most Chilean ecosystems
May 14, 2014  Kitty litter eyed as possible culprit in New Mexico radiation leak
May 14, 2014  Questions arise about wisdom of huge China water project
May 13, 2014  Stopping Climate Change 'Almost Impossible' If China Can't Quit Coal
May 13, 2014  Seas to Rise up to 10 Feet From 'Unstoppable' Glacier Melt
May 13, 2014  Solar-powered roads: Coming to a highway near you?
May 13, 2014  After surviving 200m years, fish faces peril
May 13, 2014  2nd US case of MERS reported
May 13, 2014  Trove Of Toxic Mercury Lurks In Arctic Sea Ice
May 13, 2014  China wakes up to its water crisis
May 13, 2014  Cocaine use in UK so widespread it can be found in drinking water.
May 12, 2014  Delhi as polluted as Beijing, admits India
May 12, 2014  Radioactive cesium-137 released from Fukushima 1.5 times Tepco estimate
May 12, 2014  Here's Why Obama Picked Wal-Mart for Clean-Energy Hullabaloo
May 12, 2014  Saudi Arabia warns of MERS risk from camels as cases rise
May 12, 2014  Nuclear startups reimagine atomic energy
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