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June 08, 2016  WHO to consider new evidence on Zika, Olympics next week
June 08, 2016  China says important glacier is melting due to climate change
June 08, 2016  This is why the world can't stop wasting so much food
June 07, 2016  7 Charts Show How Renewables Broke Records Globally in 2015
June 07, 2016  Union Carbide Not Responsible for Bhopal Tragedy, Affirms Appeal Court
June 07, 2016  India will spend $3 billion to clean up one of the world's most polluted cities
June 07, 2016  Infamous water heist---and hubris---reaps toxic whirlwind.
June 07, 2016  Scientists say that 'nature,' untouched by humans, is now almost entirely gone
June 02, 2016  Canada Approves Genetically Modified Salmon for Consumption
June 02, 2016  Tanzania denies elephants could disappear from reserve within six years
June 02, 2016  Emissions detected from space reveal big polluters
June 02, 2016  The Surprising Importance of Stratospheric Life
June 01, 2016  The Temperature Spiral Has an Update. It's Not Pretty.
June 01, 2016  Reduced hypertension risk after moving to a high-walkability neighborhood.
June 01, 2016  The Surprising Thing Linked to High Blood Pressure
June 01, 2016  The secret under a Chinese pig farm
May 31, 2016  Scientists May Have Found a Way to Stop Nuclear Meltdowns
May 31, 2016  Searching for Superbugs: The Lab Looking for the Next Big Threat
May 31, 2016  Major environmental group backs Hillary Clinton in its first presidential endorsement
May 31, 2016  India plans to sell holy water from one of the world's dirtiest rivers---online
May 30, 2016  After Hiroshima, Obama needs to follow up with specific actions
May 30, 2016  Trump tells California 'there is no drought'
May 30, 2016  The Superbug Nightmare We Always Feared Is Upon Us
May 30, 2016  Construction of world's largest dam in DR Congo could begin within months
May 26, 2016  Oil hits $50 a barrel for first time this year
May 26, 2016  Cigarette Smoking by Adults Dropped in 2015, C.D.C. Survey Says
May 26, 2016  Major fishing deal offers protection to Arctic waters
May 26, 2016  He survived Ebola. Now he's fighting to keep it from spreading.
May 26, 2016  Oil sands found to be a leading source of air pollution in North America
May 25, 2016  Climate change takes center stage at Exxon, Chevron annual meetings
May 25, 2016  Firefighters protect Canada's oil sands battling 1,100 C flames
May 25, 2016  World War III will be fought over water
May 25, 2016  World could warm by massive 10C if all fossil fuels are burned
May 24, 2016  The number one thing we can do to protect Earth's oceans
May 24, 2016  Trump taps climate change skeptic as energy adviser, pushes back on taxes
May 24, 2016  Humans damaging the environment faster than it can recover, UN finds
May 24, 2016  Lake Mead declines to lowest level in history
May 12, 2016  It's not too late to avoid dangerous temperature rise.
May 12, 2016  Bees are in trouble, but can they be saved?
May 12, 2016  Air pollution rising at an 'alarming rate' in world's cities
May 12, 2016  Woman sets out to paddleboard length of England to highlight plastic pollution
May 12, 2016  Chaos & Volatility On The Rise ~ The systems that support us are breaking down
May 11, 2016  Dyson could become next Tesla with its electric car, says expert
May 11, 2016  World's carbon dioxide concentration teetering on the point of no return
May 11, 2016  Low-Tech Trap Might Help Fight Zika Virus Outbreaks, CDC says
May 11, 2016  Air pollution in India is so bad that it kills half a million people every year
May 10, 2016  Why this could finally be the election where climate change matters
May 10, 2016  Brazilian lawsuit over Samarco dam will struggle to match U.S. BP claim
May 10, 2016  People may be breathing in microplastics, health expert warns
May 10, 2016  How a giant air freshener could save our polluted cities
May 09, 2016  This is how serious India's drought has gotten
May 09, 2016  Could the oil sands catch fire?
May 09, 2016  U.S. oil industry bankruptcy wave nears size of telecom bust
May 09, 2016  New study says excesses of modern life is cause of cancer; disease is man-made
May 05, 2016  The science that will make you question everything about weight loss.
May 05, 2016  A third of antibiotic prescriptions are just wrong.
May 05, 2016  Millions of dead fish on Vietnam's shores raise industrial pollution fears
May 05, 2016  Global water shortages to deliver 'severe hit' to economies, World Bank warns
May 04, 2016  Ocean's Oxygen Starts Running Low
May 04, 2016  Entrepreneurs are selling Australia's fresh air in a can to China
May 04, 2016  How Paris is stepping up its drive against the car
May 04, 2016  Zika Virus Birth Defects May Be 'Tip of the Iceberg', Experts Say
May 04, 2016  Armed guards at India's dams as drought grips country
May 03, 2016  SunEdison is not Solyndra: Why 2016 Looks so Different from 2011
April 28, 2016  World's Biggest Windmills Now Make Jumbo Jets Look Tiny
April 28, 2016  Japanese Monks Recorded the Climate for 700 Years
April 28, 2016  Colorado struggles with marijuana's huge carbon footprint.
April 28, 2016  Does canned food cause cancer?
April 28, 2016  The story behind Prince's low-profile generosity to green causes
April 27, 2016  Goldfish or Asian carp? Why it matters in the Great Lakes.
April 27, 2016  Senate Nears Deal for at Least $1.1 Billion to Fight Zika Virus
April 27, 2016  BP Reports $583 Million Loss in First Quarter
April 27, 2016  Six years later, we're still learning how badly the BP spill damaged the environment
April 27, 2016  Pentagon aims to curb tobacco use by military
April 27, 2016  India's drought migrants head to cities in desperate search for water
April 26, 2016  Scientists discover coral reef near the mouth of the Amazon River
April 26, 2016  Volkswagen's Legal Endgame in Emissions Scandal
April 26, 2016  The Human Cost of Colombian Gold
April 26, 2016  Child obesity has grown unabated since 1999, study finds
April 26, 2016  Old TVs Create Toxic Problem for Recycling Programs
April 26, 2016  Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years
April 25, 2016  RBS pulls back fossil fuel investments as green deals grow
April 25, 2016  El Niño is Earth's rechargeable heat battery
April 25, 2016  As regions thaw, leaders face changing mandate
April 25, 2016  Biofuels, plastics and drugs: is this the future of our farms?
April 25, 2016  Leaders head to New York to sign Paris climate deal
April 25, 2016  How Indians are coping with a dangerously hot summer
April 21, 2016  Ten years after 'hug a husky', what is David Cameron's green legacy?
April 21, 2016  Germany asks Belgium to switch off nuclear reactors
April 21, 2016  Why Half a Degree Matters: Higher Seas, Longer Heat Waves, Dead Reefs
April 21, 2016  EU dropped climate policies after BP threat of oil industry 'exodus'
April 21, 2016  Scientists say 93 percent of the Great Barrier Reef now bleached.
April 21, 2016  Stop aid to Honduras, says murdered campaigner's daughter
April 20, 2016  Justin Trudeau to lobby for quick approval of Paris climate deal
April 20, 2016  'Climate' Used to Be the C-Word in Republican Politics. Not Anymore
April 20, 2016  Life expectancy for white females in U.S. suffers rare decline
April 20, 2016  Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Finds Falsified Fuel Mileage Tests
April 20, 2016  As drought deepens, African nations struggle to get globe's attention
April 20, 2016  Cities that steal smart ideas from plants and animals
April 19, 2016  Can Oil Companies Save the World from Global Warming?
April 19, 2016  Hope for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes
April 19, 2016  'Manhattan Project' for cancer aims to turn it into a chronic illness, not a death sentence
April 19, 2016  Stress and poverty may make you old before your time
April 19, 2016  Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fears.
April 19, 2016  Who says bacon is bad?
April 12, 2016  Years of Living Dangerously - A series about the human impact of climate change
April 12, 2016  Forest growth accelerating in B.C. due to carbon dioxide 'fertilizer effect'
March 31, 2016  Have humans tilted the climate books out of balance?
March 31, 2016  Climate forecasts underestimate sea-rise impact of Antarctic thaw.
March 31, 2016  The Invisible catastrophe.
March 31, 2016  Mexico City temporarily restricts all cars after smog alert
March 31, 2016  Junk Food Is Bad For Plants, Too
March 31, 2016  'High risk' of severe water stresses in Asia by 2050
March 30, 2016  Japan Regulators OK Costly Ice Wall at Fukushima Plant
March 30, 2016  Technology to Make Clean Energy From Coal Is Stumbling in Practice
March 30, 2016  Exercise Makes Our Muscles Work Better With Age
March 30, 2016  Link between fossil fuels and Great Barrier Reef bleaching clear and incontrovertible
March 30, 2016  Endangered Puget Sound orcas to get personal health records
March 30, 2016  The antibiotics dilemma: Why we're running out of drugs to treat the superbugs
March 29, 2016  Why Saudi Arabia bought 14,000 acres of US farm land
March 29, 2016  Alaska volcano erupts with massive ash cloud, diverting flights
March 29, 2016  What Florida's ancient past tells us about sea-level rise today
March 29, 2016  A new Titanic? US and Canada prepare for worst as luxury Arctic cruise sets sail
March 29, 2016  Arctic sea ice extent breaks record low for winter
March 29, 2016  Environmentalists fear Americans will ruin Cuba's biodiversity
March 28, 2016  Precious commodity sparks fear, feuds and lawsuits
March 28, 2016  Wall Street's Retreat From King Coal
March 28, 2016  China's cancer rates exploding, more than 4 million people diagnosed in 2015, study says
March 28, 2016  When the End of Human Civilization Is Your Day Job
March 28, 2016  Tycoon behind Syngenta bid China's most aggressive dealmaker
March 28, 2016  For Latin American environmentalists, death is a constant companion
March 23, 2016  How Tesla's Model 3 Could Conquer Low-End Luxury
March 23, 2016  Panama canal evaporation forces waterway authority to restrict ships passing through
March 23, 2016  Liberals unveil spending as 'champion of clean growth'
March 23, 2016  Pakistan unveils plan to tackle looming water crisis
March 23, 2016  Global Warming's Terrifying New Chemistry
March 23, 2016  The World's Largest Whale Sharks Are Disappearing
March 22, 2016  Trump says nuclear weapons are the riskiest kind of climate change
March 22, 2016  China Is Building World's Biggest Trash Incinerator
March 22, 2016  In Uganda's Zika Forest, global health scare seems a world away
March 22, 2016  No water, no jobs: How water shortages threaten jobs and growth
March 22, 2016  Climate guru James Hansen warns of much worse than expected sea level rise
March 22, 2016  Eating less meat could save up to $31 trillion (and many lives).
March 21, 2016  By rejecting $1bn for a pipeline, a First Nation has put Trudeau's climate plan on trial
March 21, 2016  Is Cuba Ready for Change?
March 21, 2016  Is It Game Over for Coal?
March 21, 2016  Why more than 200 new dams will be a disaster for the Amazon
March 21, 2016  They told me to take money and run, says pipeline whistleblower
March 21, 2016  'Never seen it so bad': violence and impunity in Brazil's Amazon
March 18, 2016  The Challenges Low Oil Prices Bring to the Waste and Recycling Industry
March 17, 2016  The One Thing No One Tells Women About Seafood
March 17, 2016  Trees Deal With Climate Change Better Than Expected
March 17, 2016  Doubling renewables by 2030 could save $4.2 trillion/year
March 17, 2016  The economy is growing, but carbon emissions aren't. That's a really big deal
March 17, 2016  Scientists expose vaccine volunteers to dengue virus and find 100 percent were protected
March 17, 2016  Mexico City bans many cars in first smog alert in 11 years
March 16, 2016  Germany's top court starts hearing on nuclear shutdown
March 16, 2016  $2 Billion Loss for Generators as a Million Get Solar Panels
March 16, 2016  Why graduates of a top Canadian university are returning their diplomas
March 16, 2016  As climate change heats up, Arctic residents struggle to keep their homes
March 16, 2016  Human toll of pollution: WHO estimates 12.6 million die from unhealthy environments each year.
March 16, 2016  Why Obama changed his mind --- and won't allow oil drilling in the Atlantic after all
March 15, 2016  5 years after Fukushima disaster, its lessons still speak to U.S. industry
March 15, 2016  Antarctica's ice is being carved up from below
March 15, 2016  5 implications of February's astounding global temperature record
March 15, 2016  13 million along US coast could see homes swamped by 2100, study finds
March 15, 2016  How antibiotic resistance could wreak havoc on health, food and travel
March 15, 2016  Infrastructure inequality is catalyst for Brazil's Zika epidemic
March 14, 2016  Grand Canyon threatened despite win against developers, conservationists say
March 14, 2016  Coal miners protest in northeastern China, claiming unpaid wages
March 14, 2016  Mosquitoes' rapid spread poses threat beyond Zika
March 14, 2016  NASA confirms February 2016's shocking global warming temperature record.
March 14, 2016  Why is styrofoam still a thing?
March 14, 2016  Chernobyl 30 Years On: Residents In Affected Areas Still Eating Radiation-Tainted Food
March 11, 2016  12 Points that Explain the State of the WTE Market in the United States
March 10, 2016  Dangerous global warming will happen sooner than thought
March 10, 2016  Obama and Justin Trudeau of Canada Unveil Efforts to Fight Climate Change
March 10, 2016  Will We Soon Be Riding on Solar Roads? The Idea Gains Traction
March 10, 2016  Antibiotic Assistants
March 10, 2016  What's wrong with the North American diet?
March 10, 2016  Five years after tsunami, Japanese town tries to recover, with few jobs --- or people
March 09, 2016  Cargill says to cut antibiotic use in cattle by 20 percent
March 09, 2016  Global warming already driving increases in rainfall extremes
March 09, 2016  A Year After China's 'Iron Hand' Hit Polluters, Air Still Chokes
March 09, 2016  Amazonian tribe in Peru takes hostages after oil spill
March 09, 2016  Life with plastic, not fantastic
March 09, 2016  EU to defer decision on safety of weed-killer ingredient
March 07, 2016  Cold light shines on Paris climate pledges
March 07, 2016  Republican candidates' calls to scrap EPA met with skepticism by experts
March 07, 2016  Mosul dam engineers warn it could fail at any time, killing 1m people
March 07, 2016  Revamped Satellite Data Shows No Pause in Global Warming
March 07, 2016  China ratchets up anti-pollution effort
March 07, 2016  Fukushima: Tokyo was on the brink of nuclear catastrophe
March 03, 2016  Trudeau: 'We Need Both Pipelines and Wind Turbines'
March 03, 2016  How Climate Change May Affect Your Diet
March 03, 2016  The Arctic just set an ominous new record
March 03, 2016  Rising Seas Pull Fort Lauderdale, Florida's Building Boomtown, Toward a Bust
March 03, 2016  Satellite data suggests forest loss is accelerating
March 03, 2016  VW CEO was told about emissions crisis a year before admitting to cheat scandal
March 03, 2016  Does a Carbon Tax Work? Ask British Columbia
March 03, 2016  Canada delays new climate plan as provinces rebel
March 03, 2016  This Scion Of Standard Oil Is Ditching Her ExxonMobil Stock
March 03, 2016  Court upholds federal plan to protect vast polar bear habitat in Alaska
March 03, 2016  Florida drops bill to open fracking in the Everglades after public outcry
March 03, 2016  Next few weeks critical as Great Barrier Reef suffers 'tragic' coral bleaching event
March 01, 2016  Coal Use Falls Further as China Plans Massive Layoffs
March 01, 2016  Preparing for the Inevitable Sea-Level Rise
March 01, 2016  India introduces car sales tax to combat pollution
March 01, 2016  What scientists are discovering about the air you breathe indoors
March 01, 2016  How will Brazil come through on its Olympic promises?
March 01, 2016  Is nuclear power our energy future --- or a dinosaur in a death spiral?
February 29, 2016  World awaiting Canada decision on nuclear waste.
February 29, 2016  Electric vehicles could be as cheap as gas-guzzlers soon
February 29, 2016  Charges near for former TEPCO executives over Fukushima nuclear disaster
February 29, 2016  Canadian oil production growth could come to 'complete standstill,' IEA warns
February 29, 2016  WTO swats down India's massive solar initiative
February 29, 2016  Japan Lost Nearly a Million People in 5 Years, Census Says
February 25, 2016  Drugs found in Puget Sound salmon from tainted wastewater
February 25, 2016  European commission plans to relicense controversial weedkiller
February 25, 2016  Will the Great Salt Lake be reduced to dust?
February 24, 2016  Scientists calculate our debt to the Earth
February 24, 2016  How Exercise May Lower Cancer Risk
February 24, 2016  No radiation from Japan's Fukushima disaster found in B.C. fish
February 24, 2016  West Australian scientists discover commonly used antibiotic could be the basis of a new herbicide
February 24, 2016  South Africa to ease some GM crop rules to avert food crisis
February 24, 2016  How Forest Loss Is Leading To a Rise in Human Disease
February 23, 2016  Rainforests May Store Less Carbon As Climate Changes
February 23, 2016  Peru pipeline leaks in Amazon; two rivers polluted, agency says
February 23, 2016  India's pollution levels beat China's
February 23, 2016  How different are wild salmon from farm salmon? A lot, DNA shows.
February 23, 2016  Will there be more fish or plastic in the sea in 2050?
February 23, 2016  Donald & Ted's Excellent Climate Adventure
February 22, 2016  IEA warns consumers of spike in oil prices
February 15, 2016  EPA survey shows $271 billion needed for nation's wastewater infrastructure
February 03, 2016  Border tensions rumble over ageing Belgian nuclear reactors
February 03, 2016  Exxon Mobil's Profits Fall and BP Cites Low Oil Prices in $3.3 Billion Loss
February 03, 2016  The stinky truth: Deodorant can change your body's bacteria
February 03, 2016  Climate activists target Pepsi ahead of Super Bowl halftime show
February 03, 2016  Dallas reports case of Zika spread through sex; CDC urges condom use
February 03, 2016  China's 1.4 Billion Mouths Behind ChemChina's Syngenta Pursuit
February 02, 2016  EasyJet plans to cut carbon emissions with hydrogen fuel-cell trial
February 02, 2016  Here is the weather forecast for the next five years: even hotter
February 02, 2016  As Zika spreads, Brazil deploys everything from local workers to troops
February 02, 2016  Historic deal to protect Canada rainforest from logging
February 02, 2016  Japanese firm to open world's first robot-run farm
February 02, 2016  Healthy Ground, Healthy Atmosphere: Recarbonizing the Earth's Soils
February 01, 2016  California Public Utilities Commission Approves Successor Net Energy Metering Tariff
February 01, 2016  Bernie Sanders's Radical Environmental Proposal
February 01, 2016  Is "Fragrance" Making Us Sick?
February 01, 2016  Zika fever: panic won't help us.
February 01, 2016  Republicans might as well deny climate change if they don't plan to address it
February 01, 2016  US east coast snowstorms linked to slowdown of Atlantic current
February 01, 2016  Addicted to oil---The first 10 years
February 01, 2016  All the Ways Humans Try to Kill Mosquitos---and Why We're Still Losing
January 28, 2016  Saudi Arabia Keeps Pumping Oil, Despite Financial and Political Risks
January 28, 2016  Japan begins work on 'world's largest' floating solar farm
January 28, 2016  After Paris climate talks, investors wrestle with how to pay for clean energy transition.
January 28, 2016  Smog Could Smother Fireworks at Shanghai's New Disney Theme Park
January 28, 2016  In coal-powered China, electric car surge fuels fear of worsening smog
January 28, 2016  Zika virus: US scientists say vaccine '10 years away'
January 27, 2016  Rethinking the Calorie
January 27, 2016  Top Canada watchdog worried about pesticide linked to bee deaths
January 27, 2016  Ex-Sailing CEO: I Was Fired for Trying to Move Rio Event
January 27, 2016  California gas leak spotlights shoddy regulation of aging storage wells
January 27, 2016  El Niño parches Asia Pacific, destroying crops and drying up water sources
January 27, 2016  If You Want Clean Water, Don't Be Black in America
January 26, 2016  Exxon sees a world with less carbon but higher-cost emissions
January 26, 2016  Italy police find illegal rubbish dump in ancient ruins
January 26, 2016  El Salvador's Advice on Zika Virus: Don't Have Babies
January 26, 2016  Deadly Zika virus to spread throughout the Americas, WHO warns
January 26, 2016  The Opportunity in the Stock Market Downturn (and It Differs by Gender)
January 26, 2016  How low oil prices went from blessing to curse
January 25, 2016  Why the rains failed -- and why they may return
January 25, 2016  Matt Damon Brings Call for Clean Water for All to Sundance
January 25, 2016  So You Want To Eat Snow. Is It Safe? We Asked Scientists
January 25, 2016  China Reaffirms Record Pollution Penalty
January 25, 2016  Plastic now pollutes every corner of Earth
January 25, 2016  As Washington state decides on stronger toxics law, residents are breathing flame retardants
January 21, 2016  Leonardo DiCaprio savages corporate greed of big oil: 'Enough is enough'
January 21, 2016  Slump in oil prices drives green energy takeup in top exporting nations
January 21, 2016  Ted Cruz misstates science of climate change.
January 21, 2016  VW Admits Cheating in the U.S., but Not in Europe
January 21, 2016  The woman who loves garbage: Veena Sahajwalla on making the best of waste
January 21, 2016  Disappearance of Bolivia's No. 2 lake a harbinger
January 20, 2016  Brazil's fighting its biggest epidemics with weaponized mosquitoes
January 20, 2016  Overfishing causing global catches to fall three times faster than estimated
January 20, 2016  Indian government criticised after scores of bodies surface in Ganges
January 20, 2016  Israel spraying toxins over Palestinian crops in Gaza
January 20, 2016  Emissions scandal: 95pc of diesel cars break official limits when driven on the road
January 20, 2016  Eating Fish---Even Tuna---During Pregnancy Linked To Better Brain Health
January 19, 2016  Water security a Canadian issue, not just a developing world issue
January 19, 2016  The Problem With Rooftop Solar That Nobody Is Talking About
January 19, 2016  Pakistan turns to coal to keep factories running
January 19, 2016  Denmark broke world record for wind power in 2015
January 19, 2016  Oceans trapping heat at accelerating rate
January 19, 2016  U.N. food agency says 14 million face hunger in southern Africa
January 18, 2016  An organic way to beat the drought.
January 18, 2016  Power to the poop: one Colorado city is using human waste to run its vehicles
January 18, 2016  SpaceX launches satellite to monitor sea level, global warming
January 18, 2016  What Does It Mean When Animals Suffer a Vast Die-Off?
January 18, 2016  False emissions reporting undermines China's pollution fight
January 18, 2016  Shock figures to reveal deadly toll of global air pollution
January 14, 2016  Health panel: Pump new billions into disease outbreaks---or else
January 14, 2016  Dead fish wash up on shores of Rio bay near Olympic venue
January 14, 2016  Climate change disaster is biggest threat to global economy in 2016, say experts
January 14, 2016  Scientists say climate change is threatening the lifeblood of Canada's native people
January 14, 2016  Look at the oil spilled in the world's 2nd 'Best Place for Wildlife'
January 14, 2016  As diseases proliferate, mosquitoes becoming Public Enemy No. 1
January 13, 2016  Azeri oil disaster an open wound for survivors
January 13, 2016  California Rejects VW's Diesel Recall Plan
January 13, 2016  Greenland ice sheet melts up to a third faster under cloudy skies
January 13, 2016  Solar Job Boom Continues As Prices Spur Demand
January 13, 2016  Obama's cancer cure 'moonshot'
January 13, 2016  Waterless toilet uses nanotechnology to treat waste, banish smells
January 12, 2016  Billionaire activist urges Obama to focus State of the Union on climate change
January 12, 2016  Antarctic icebergs have surprise role in slowing warming
January 12, 2016  After Ebola, two other tropical diseases pose new threats
January 12, 2016  Court allows Delhi's drastic effort to clean air, but some question if it's working
January 12, 2016  Starvation Suspected in Massive Die-off of Alaska Seabirds
January 12, 2016  China's craze for 'aquatic cocaine' is pushing two species into oblivion
January 11, 2016  Rising Sea Levels -- The New Reality
January 11, 2016  Virtual reality to be used to help decommission Fukushima plant
January 11, 2016  NASA To Take On The Seas With Plans To Save Coral Reefs
January 11, 2016  'The coal industry is far from doomed'
January 11, 2016  Startling new finding: 600 million years ago, a biological mishap changed everything
January 11, 2016  Will trade trump climate pact?
January 07, 2016  Zimbabwe plans to sell elephants and lions to China to fund conservation
January 07, 2016  Science says soda taxes work.
January 07, 2016  Scandal-hit VW to press on with diesel offensive in US.
January 07, 2016  Rio planned Olympic-scale sewerage project. But citizens say no thanks.
January 07, 2016  People are starving in East Africa---again---as the world looks away.
January 07, 2016  Transcanada files suit over Keystone XL oil pipeline denial.
January 06, 2016  El Niño-strengthened storm brings rain, floods to California
January 06, 2016  Earth is Experiencing a Global Warming Spurt
January 06, 2016  Canadian scientists find superbug gene in three cases
January 06, 2016  Lake Erie Asian carp: How great a threat to Great Lakes?
January 06, 2016  Supreme Court upholds ban on sale of large diesel vehicles in Delhi
January 06, 2016  Chinese farmers are illegally growing GMO corn:
January 05, 2016  Bernie Sanders mocks Donald Trump's contention that the Chinese created climate change
January 05, 2016  Insurers paid out $27bn for natural disaster claims in 2015
January 05, 2016  Is Toronto ready for a radiation emergency?
January 05, 2016  Waste not, want not: why French diners are learning to love their leftovers
January 05, 2016  A little-known, untreatable virus is quickly spreading across the Americas
January 05, 2016  Not Your Dad's Farm Job: Millennials Look to High-Tech Farms For Careers
January 04, 2016  How one man plans to make billions selling Mojave desert water
January 04, 2016  Delhi's farcical pollution war.
January 04, 2016  BP boss: The Gulf of Mexico oil spill was a 'near-death experience' for us
January 04, 2016  Zika virus reported in Puerto Rico
January 04, 2016  Big Oil braced for global warming while it fought regulations.
January 04, 2016  Scientist: Barrier islands could be unlivable in 50 years
January 03, 2016  Here Is the Worst Anti-Science BS of 2016
December 31, 2015  Freakish weather from the North Pole to South America
December 31, 2015  Will Bolivia's Lifeless Lake Poopo Ever Return?
December 31, 2015  Freak storm pushes North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point
December 31, 2015  Donald Trump laments loss of aerosol sprays to frame his hair.
December 31, 2015  Toxic air forces Delhi to sideline millions of cars
December 31, 2015  Hunger threatens millions as El Niño causes drought and floods
December 30, 2015  Should we solar panel the Sahara desert?
December 30, 2015  Guinea declared free of Ebola virus that killed over 2,500
December 30, 2015  New restrictions in Tehran after 18th day of bad air
December 30, 2015  2016: sustainable buildings go from being green to being good for you
December 30, 2015  Zika Virus, a Mosquito-Borne Infection, May Threaten Brazil's Newborns
December 30, 2015  China to Halt New Coal Mine Approvals Amid Pollution Fight
December 29, 2015  Tech giants spot opportunity in forecasting China's smog
December 29, 2015  End of Meat? Startups Seek Meat Alternatives for the Masses
December 29, 2015  Top trends conservationists should be paying attention to --- but aren't
December 29, 2015  2015: The Year the Environmental Movement Knocked Out Keystone XL
December 29, 2015  Shale's Running Out of Survival Tricks as OPEC Ramps Up Pressure
December 29, 2015  As China Hungers for Coal, 'Behemoth' Studies the Ravages at the Source
December 24, 2015  Negative Interest Rates How to Shock Proof Your Business
December 24, 2015  A 'Blind-eye' approach won't halt global warming
December 24, 2015  How to Trust Your Gut Instinct
December 24, 2015  A Fitting End for the Hottest Year on Record
December 24, 2015  Why saving the Amazon means saving more than just trees
December 24, 2015  Why Copenhagen Has Almost Perfect Water
December 23, 2015  Australia approves dredging for coal port near Barrier Reef
December 23, 2015  What Happened to the Polar Vortex?
December 23, 2015  A faster, cheaper water filter, thanks to sugar
December 23, 2015  Amid smog crisis, China vows more liveable cities
December 23, 2015  Scientists Just Made a Major Breakthrough in Understanding Autism
December 23, 2015  Italy: Town bans pizza-making over soaring pollution
December 22, 2015  Climate change shock: Burning fossil fuels 'COOLS planet', says NASA
December 22, 2015  Real Coal for Christmas: No Longer Just a Child's Nightmare
December 22, 2015  Oil Prices Slump to 11-Year Lows in Asia and Europe
December 22, 2015  Exxon's Support of a Tax on Carbon: Rhetoric or Reality?
December 22, 2015  Fearing pollution, Chinese families build 'bubbles' at home
December 22, 2015  How a battery recycler contaminated L.A.-area homes for decades
December 21, 2015  The Only Way to Save Your Beloved Bananas Might Be Genetic Engineering
December 21, 2015  China's Notorious E-Waste Village Disappears Almost Overnight
December 21, 2015  Scientists just discovered a surprising new factor that's damaging tropical forests.
December 21, 2015  Fukushima chief says 'no textbook' for cleanup
December 21, 2015  India's nuclear explosive materials are vulnerable to theft, U.S. officials and experts say
December 21, 2015  As Brazil mine spill reaches ocean, its catastrophic extent becomes clear
December 17, 2015  Greenland has shed more than 9 trillion tons of ice since 1900
December 17, 2015  Internet has revelation that climate change action won't kill the economy after all
December 17, 2015  Will Global Warming Heat Us Beyond Our Physical Limits?
December 17, 2015  Drinking coffee tied to lower risk of death
December 17, 2015  No tangled web
December 17, 2015  To clear air, Supreme Court bans sales of big diesel cars in Delhi
December 16, 2015  Belgium angers Germany with nuclear reactor restart
December 16, 2015  This huge deal is the latest evidence that the battery revolution has arrived
December 16, 2015  Eating lettuce is three times worse for climate than bacon, say scientists
December 16, 2015  Record high Arctic temperatures in 2015 having 'profound effects' on region
December 16, 2015  A 19th-Century Glimpse of a Changing Climate
December 16, 2015  Hazardous smog hits Shanghai as China's bad air spreads
December 15, 2015  Can Canada's new PM stop mining abuses in Latin America?
December 15, 2015  Temporary Delhi diesel vehicle ban leaves automakers in dark, investors jittery
December 15, 2015  Melting glaciers blamed for subtle slowing of Earth's rotation
December 15, 2015  Beijing restaurant starts capitalising on pollution by charging customers for clean air
December 15, 2015  Can the Paris agreement protect poor farmers from climate change?
December 15, 2015  US agency rarely intervened in projects that could risk endangered species
December 14, 2015  John Kerry rejects leading climate scientist's claim Paris talks were 'fraud'
December 14, 2015  Big Oil, Make Way for Big Solar. The Winners and Losers in Paris
December 14, 2015  BP faces Mexican class action lawsuit over Deepwater Horizon oil spill
December 14, 2015  Dow, DuPont Agree on $130B Mega Merger Deal
December 14, 2015  Japan to consider ocean disposal of nuclear waste
December 14, 2015  With landmark climate accord, world marks turn from fossil fuels
December 11, 2015  Metro Vancouver halts incinerator plans, as waste plummets
December 11, 2015  Paris COP21: An Unexpected Move Toward Global Target of 1.5 Degrees
December 11, 2015  Toshiba seeks financial help with £8bn UK nuclear project
December 11, 2015  Clearing up dust's effect on climate
December 11, 2015  Can Pulling Carbon from Air Make a Difference on Climate?
December 11, 2015  The Polluters the Paris Treaty Ignores
December 11, 2015  In Paris, Scientists Debunk UN "Climate" Hysteria
December 10, 2015  Canada climate push spells uncertainty for oil sands
December 10, 2015  US doubles climate adaption aid to nearly $900 million.
December 10, 2015  One quarter of Alaska permafrost could melt by 2100 -- US Geological Survey
December 10, 2015  Delhi pollution: Supreme Court to examine banning diesel cars.
December 10, 2015  Oceans May Be Left Out of Climate Plan, But Here's What's at Stake
December 10, 2015  Climate talks: Slimmed-down draft proposal still leaves major issues unresolved.
December 09, 2015  California billionaire Tom Steyer has rare access and a big megaphone on climate change.
December 09, 2015  Luxury fashion brands are going green. But why are they keeping it a secret?
December 09, 2015  Tar sands alarm as US crude exports to Europe rise
December 09, 2015  Climate Diplomats Have 940 Decisions to Make in Three Days
December 09, 2015  Will we reach peak denial soon?
December 09, 2015  Tea to China? British company sells pollution gear to Beijing.
December 08, 2015  Africa plans renewable energy drive that could make continent world's cleanest
December 08, 2015  U.S. and Others Want Frequent Emission Checks as Part of Paris Deal
December 08, 2015  France moves at 'breakneck speed' to get Paris deal done by end of week
December 08, 2015  Closing in on ALS? Link between lethal disease and algae explored
December 08, 2015  Global emissions to fall for first time during a period of economic growth
December 08, 2015  In Ethiopia, millions face weather-related food shortages, aid group says
December 07, 2015  Arnold Schwarzenegger says climate campaigns need to focus on 'right now' not 2050
December 07, 2015  Trust and Money at Core of Crucial Paris Talks on Climate Change
December 07, 2015  Where is the world's most polluted city?
December 07, 2015  The Japanese barely eat whale. So why do they keep whaling?
December 07, 2015  Fuelling its growth with coal, India champions the poor in Paris
December 07, 2015  Rising waters prompt China's sea change on climate.
December 07, 2015  Rising Commitments Among Corporations and Governments to Reach 100% Renewables
December 07, 2015  EU Circular Economy Package Arrives
December 03, 2015  Earth has lost a third of arable land in past 40 years, scientists say
December 03, 2015  Perfect storm heads for fossil fuel assets
December 03, 2015  The Human Cost of Climate Change
December 03, 2015  India highlights rich-poor climate split
December 03, 2015  How the circular economy could end take-make-waste businesses
December 03, 2015  New Guide to Carbon Pricing Leadership
December 02, 2015  Montana mulls restoration of bison from Yellowstone herds
December 02, 2015  France to spend billions of euros on African green projects
December 02, 2015  The new clean-tech billionaires' club
December 02, 2015  With $45 billion pledge, Mark Zuckerberg imagines 'a world without suffering from disease'
December 02, 2015  China's vacuum-cleaner artist turning Beijing's smog into bricks
December 02, 2015  John Kerry on Climate Change: The Fight of Our Time
December 01, 2015  COP21: 'We need to go much further, much faster'
December 01, 2015  How Billionaires Gates, Bezos and Zuckerberg Could Boost Clean Energy
December 01, 2015  Could drinking beer save the Great Barrier Reef?
December 01, 2015  Obama calls Paris climate talks an 'act of defiance' in wake of recent attacks
December 01, 2015  Monsanto pledges to be carbon neutral by 2021
December 01, 2015  European civilisation in hands of French cheesemakers, says Prince Charles
November 30, 2015  Major powers pledge $20bn for green energy research
November 30, 2015  Chinese Report on Climate Change Depicts Somber Scenarios
November 30, 2015  Prince Charles Asks for End to 'Collective Inertia' on Climate
November 30, 2015  The invisible threat: Rising temperatures mean insects can carry viruses to wider areas.
November 30, 2015  Coke's Chief Scientist, Who Orchestrated Obesity Research, Is Leaving
November 30, 2015  Destruction of Brazil's Amazon forest jumps 16 percent in 2015
November 12, 2015  West Africa Counts Down to Possible End of Ebola, WHO says.
November 12, 2015  Top corporate players admit Climate Action has reached a tipping point
November 12, 2015  'Dragon water' could power the planet
November 12, 2015  Low oil prices should give no cause for complacency for energy security
November 12, 2015  Emerging Market Slowdown Clouding Global Outlook, says OECD
November 12, 2015  Vancouver is First Major City in North America to go 100% Renewable
November 10, 2015  Want to Burn Coal and Save the Planet? Japan Touts a Solution
November 10, 2015  This could be the biggest sign yet that the battery revolution is here
November 10, 2015  Scientists warn of health damage from Indonesia's haze fires
November 10, 2015  Keystone's Dead. Here's What's Next on the Enviros' Hit List
November 10, 2015  Anger over enduring 'environmental horror' in oil-rich, polluted Niger delta
November 10, 2015  From Trees to Tigers, Case Shows Cost of Illegal Logging
November 09, 2015  What does super El Niño mean for the American West?
November 09, 2015  When the river flowed backwards: a town in Brazil mining flood
November 09, 2015  Airpocalypse now: China pollution reaching record levels
November 09, 2015  Australian researchers working on G20 plan to increase global crop yields
November 09, 2015  Two years after typhoon Haiyan, leaders have a duty to act on climate change
November 09, 2015  Muzzled Canadian scientists now free to speak with media
November 05, 2015  Canada's Trudeau Pledges New Climate Focus Ahead of Paris Summit
November 05, 2015  Royal call for switch to low carbon investment
November 05, 2015  Soaring heat and humidity pose deadly threat
November 05, 2015  Municipal Solid Waste -- Key to a Low Carbon Economy
November 05, 2015  Is technology the path to a lower carbon future?
November 05, 2015  We Can't Get There from Here: Why Pricing Congestion is Critical to Beating It
November 04, 2015  Will 'Big Marijuana' obliterate the small family farms of Mendocino County?
November 04, 2015  Nicaragua's Interoceanic Canal, a Nightmare for Environmentalists
November 04, 2015  Water experts: Arizona faces challenges, but it's no California
November 04, 2015  Paris to stop traffic when air pollution spikes
November 04, 2015  Kenyan youths renounce crime to protect forests
November 04, 2015  Oil Spill Aftermath: Why Baby Dolphins May Be Rare in Gulf Waters
November 03, 2015  The Paris Climate Conference: Last Chance for Planet Earth?
November 03, 2015  Experts dispute NASA study showing Antarctic ice gain
November 03, 2015  To Prevent Malaria in Humans, Scientists Try Protecting Pigs
November 03, 2015  Still no flying cars? The future of transit promises something even better
November 03, 2015  TransCanada seeks Keystone XL delay, taking decision off Obama's hands
November 03, 2015  Delhi's air pollution is causing a health crisis. So, what can be done?
November 02, 2015  Antarctica is actually gaining ice, says NASA. Is global warming over?
November 02, 2015  The 6,000-Calorie Diet
November 02, 2015  Los Angeles considers officially 'drought shaming' water violators
November 02, 2015  New NASA data shows Brazil's drought deeper than thought
November 02, 2015  Turning Manure Into Gold: The Fecal Economy
November 02, 2015  Canadian researcher targeted by hate campaign over Fukushima findings
November 02, 2015  New plant tests US appetite for seawater desalination
November 02, 2015  India's capital starts 'pollution toll' for trucks
October 29, 2015  Brazil Deals Blow to Schwarzenegger-Championed Carbon Trade
October 29, 2015  El Niño Could Push CO2 Permanently Above Milestone
October 29, 2015  Heat stress from global warming may stifle economic growth, new studies show
October 29, 2015  Governments to raise $22 billion from carbon pricing in 2015: report
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
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