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ALS Linked to Formaldehyde Exposure
Exposure to formaldehyde increased the chance of developing Lou Gehrig's Disease, ALS, by nearly 35 percent.
A Brisk and Deadly Start to the 2008 Wildfire Season
U.S. wildfires have burned almost two times as much land compared to average for this time of year, and three people are dead in the latest wildfires in Colorado.
Bush To Set 2025 Carbon Emissions Target
President bush may suggest slowing the growth of carbon emissions, but not necessarily reducing them.
Air Quality Standards: Too Weak for Kids
Children with asthma, particularly those in inner cities, are particularly susceptible to air pollution, even at levels below government health standards.
Typhoon Neoguri Heads for China and Vietnam
Typhoon Neoguri reached hurricane strength and is expected to grown in intensity in the South China Sea before landfall in China.
Maybe Ron Paul Was Right
The price of oil has gone up steeply in Euros or dollars but not in gold.
Is Chlorine in Indoor Pools Dangerous for Children?
Babies of mothers who have asthma or allergies and who swim before the age of six months may be slightly more prone to developing respiratory illnesses.
Sea-Level Rise Will Be 3X Worse Than U.N. Predicts
A new computer model predicts much more rapid rise in sea levels than has been predicted by the United Nations.
Canada: Bisphenol-A May Be Hazardous
Canada is moving toward labeling Bisphenol A as hazardous, a first for the world.
TheDailyGreen.com Wins A "Best of The Web" Award!!
The Daily Green announces that it has won the Best New Site Award in the annual Best of the Web Awards Contest.
7 Stars Who Care
Seven stars who care about the environment are featured in a new series of video shorts.
Bush's Preemptive Strike on Carbon
President Bush may reverse course and launch a preemptive strike on global warming bills in Congress by proposing its own carbon dioxide cap regulation.
Restoring the Clean Water Act
After a Supreme Court decision eroded protection for small, isolated wetlands, Congress is now considering restoring Clean Water Act protection.
Bill McKibben's Open Letter to Climate Advocates
Bill McKibben encourages supporters of climate action on the one-year anniversary of Step It Up's National Day of Climate Action.
Why Planting Trees Matters
New research suggests planting tree plantations now can help save the climate tomorrow.
What Is a Fish's Life Worth?
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a long-standing case pitting power plants against fishermen over the use of river and lake water.
The Daily Green's Heart of Green Awards 2008
The Daily Green's Heart of Green awards recognize those who have helped green go mainstream.
The Daily Green's Heartless "Awards"
The Earth Liberation Front, Rush Limbaugh and Sen. James Inhofe are the recipients of the No Heart of Green Award.
The Daily Green's Heartburn of Green Awards
Reverend Billy, No Impact Man and The Oil Drum are winners of The Daily Green's Heartburn of Green Awards.
Doubt Thrown on Global Warming-Hurricane Link
A prominent scientist who had supported the idea that global warming makes hurricanes more intense and frequent is backing away from the idea after a new analysis.
Store-Brand Cereals Recalled Due to Salmonella
The cereals recalled due to salmonella contamination, at a glance.
What $220 Million in Malaria Prevention Buys Us
Malaria death rates are rising despite record spending on disease prevention.
Can You Hear Me Now? Ocean Fish Are Collapsing
Global fish stocks are collapsing.
Must-See Green TV
CSPAN will air a debate tonight between the environmental policy advisors to the major candidates, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain.
Heparin Now Blamed for 62 Deaths
Heparin has now been blamed for 62 deaths, a three-fold increase from the last tally.
2008 Buffalo Death Toll Highest in a Century
More Yellowstone buffalo were killed this year than at any time in more than a century.
Bush Opens Back Door for Logging National Forests
The Forest Service will make it easier for companies to log National Forests without the public having much say if new rules are passed, according to critics.
Don't Stop to Smell the Flowers? Here's Why
Air pollution may significantly tamp down the fragrance of flowers, making it harder for pollinating insects to find them.
Chinook Salmon Kaput
The collapse of the Pacific chinook salmon has prompted a complete closure of the fishing season.
Recall: "Hillbilly" Fake Teeth and Seasonal Pens
Hillbilly fake teeth and Michaels' seasonal pens have been recalled because of lead paint.
Mississippi River Flooding Visible From Space
A NASA satellite captured a striking image of the recent flooding on the Mississippi River.
TV And Sleep-Deprivation Makes Toddlers Fat
Toddlers, like children and adults, tend to become obese if they don't get enough sleep or are exposed to too much television.
Global Warming and Your Allergies
Global warming is contributing to conditions that make allergy season longer and more miserable for allergy sufferers.
A New Federal Wilderness System Is Born
A new system of national public lands will be designated in the American West if the Senate passed a bill the House approved Thursday.
When Global Warming Is a Health Risk, But Not CO2
The CDC testified before Congress that global warming poses a serious public health risk, but it refused to express an opinion on whether government should do anything to slow or stop global warming.
Eco-Hero Stages Tibet Protest
Majora Carter, who is a celebrated champion of environmental justice, protested China's Human rights abuses in Tibet during an Olympic torch ceremony.
Oil Holding at Record High
The price of oil hit a record high of over $112 and could go higher.
Toy Robots Recalled Due to Lead Paint
Dollar store robot toys have been recalled because of lead paint concentrations that may be hazardous.
Gore Updates Famous Slide Show - Watch It Now!
Al Gore has updated the famous slide show featured in An Inconvenient Truth.
Dangerous Tornadoes Predicted for U.S.
Severe weather, including tornadoes, are expected across a wide swath of the United States from Texas to Ohio Wednesday and Thursday.
Hurricane Forecast: Worse Than First Predicted
The April 2008 hurricane forecast of William Gray and Colorado State University is for an intense hurricane season.
How Wal-Mart Plans to Green Up China
Wal-Mart is taking steps to improve the environmental performance of its supply chain in China, where it buys 30% of the goods produced for export.
Warning: World-Wide Beer Crisis
Rising Temps May Lead to Beer Shortage.
Cherry Blossoms Arrive Earlier
The Tell-Tale Sign of Spring Has Shifted Its Arrival Date in Japan.
Green Driving 101
Green Driving 101, as seen on ABC's Live with Regis and Kelly.
First Major 2008 U.S. Hurricane Forecast
One of the first reputable hurricane forecasts of the year will predict an above-average storm season, if it follows-up on an earlier forecast from December.
Madagascar Turtle Crisis
Madagascar turtle crisis photo gallery
Time to Stop Using Nerve Gas On Farms?
A lawsuit is challenging the safety and legality of four pesticides derived from WWII-era chemical weapons.
Why Is The Arctic Melting So Fast?
Scientists will fly planes over the Arctic this spring in hopes of determining why the region is warming and melting so much faster than expected.
Where Global Warming Begins
New interactive maps show where in the U.S. carbon dioxide originates, with some surprising conclusions.