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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.
Wal-Mart Invests in Organic Cotton
Wal Mart will help the organic cotton industry grow by buying cotton in the process of being certified for organic premium prices.
Mississippi River Flooding
Mississippi River flooding threatens levees in New Orleans and Louisiana.
Pesticide Rains Down on California
Aerial spraying of pesticides to combat the light brown apple moth has prompted complaints of health problems from residents.
Only Technology Will Now Save the Climate
Only game-changing technological advances will save the climate, not caps on carbon emissions, a chorus of experts now believe.
In Pennsylvania, Earth Day is Primary Day
Earth Day and primary voting day coincide in Pennsylvania this year, but the candidates barely talk about the environment.
10 Questions to Ask Before Buying Paper
How to buy better paper and wood products.
Global Temps to Drop This Year
La Nina is responsible for an expected decrease in average worldwide temperature this year, but the long-term trend remains clear: global warming is making the world heat up.
5 Simple Money-Saving Green Remodeling Ideas
5 Great ideas to save money and increase your home value, while decreasing energy use and costs.
Builders Unloading Land
Builders are selling off land now that the real estate bubble has burst.
Small Cars Sell Big
Gas prices and tight family budgets have sales of the smallest cars on the market booming.
3 Billion Reasons to Care About the Price of Rice
Much of the world's poor relies on rice for sustenance, and it costs one-third more than just a few weeks ago.
Record Food Prices, the Environment and Pork Politics
Congress is nearing a deadline to vote on the farm bill, which is as bloated with pork spending as ever.
Children's Sunglasses Recalled
Children's sunglasses with Main Street Drag characters have been recalled because of excessive lead paint applied in China.
Weirdest Weather of 2008, To Date
Photos of unusual weather recorded in winter 2008.
Would You Pay $50 To Drive Through Your City?
London will charge drivers $50 to pass through downtown in an attempt to rein in carbon emissions linked to global warming.
Wolverine Probably Not From California, After All
WOlverine poop shows no indication that the beast seen in California traces its roots to ancestral California populations that have since been extirpated.
Big Organic Grows Bigger, Overseas
Hain Celestial, already the largest organic grocery supplier in the U.S., has increased its share of the organic food market, with the purchase of the business that supplies food to Buckingham Palace.
What a Difference an Hour Makes
Toronto saved the equivalent of a nuclear reactor's worth of electricity during Earth Hour.
States to EPA: Comply with Supreme Court Decision
States sued the EPA for not acting quickly to regulate greenhouse gases that fuel global warming.
The 10 Most Fuel-Efficient 2008 Vehicles
The 10 most fuel-efficient cars and SUVs in the model year 2008.
Are Food Safety Rules Making Greens Less Safe?
Protecting buffers of wild habitat around farms may prevent food safety problems.
U.N.: Water Is Not a Human Right
The United Nations elected not to name water as a basic human right.
How Did Formaldehyde Affect Children?
The CDC has promised a five-year study into children's health problems associated with formaldehyde in the so-called toxic trailers that were given to Hurricane Katrina victims as emergency housing.
Huge Oil Profits, High Gas Prices and Little Renewable Energy Research
Oil company executives refused to invest more in renewable energy or lower prices, and they asked for more subsidies and rights to drill in the U.S.
Alien Fervor Trumps Environmental Law
The Homeland Security Department will build 670-miles of border fence without first studying its impact on the environment, historical preservation or personal property rights.
Own A Piece of Climate Change History
Al Gore's Nobel Peace Prize Lecture is now available as a book, Our Purpose.
Master Lock "Lock and Leash" Locks Recalled
The latest lead paint recall is for red Master Lock "lock and leash" locks.
Star Witness to Skip Polar Bear Hearing
The Bush Administration official who has the answers to the delay in deciding whether to list the polar bear under the Endangered Species Act has refused to attend a Congressional hearing on the subject.
Are You One of Al Gore's 10 Million?
Al Gore's We Can Solve It campaign has launched its first advertisement meant to inspire action to combat global warming.
"Perfect Storm" for World's Hungry
High food prices are leading to starvation, political strife and violence.
Gas Prices Hit New Record High
The price of gasoline hit a record high for this time of year.
Food Prices Primed for Yet Another Increase
The price of food is likely to rise, based on the way markets reacted to a government farm report.
In Bangkok, Eyes on Pennsylvania
The next U.S. president will play a pivotal role in the international negotiations on a successor to the global warming treaty known as the Kyoto Protocol.
The Next Economic Bubble: Farmland?
The price of U.S. farmland is up 13 percent in a year, signaling perhaps yet another economic bubble ready to burst.
Dole, Chiquita Join Cantaloupe Recall
Dole and Chiquita brand cantaloupes are included in the recall due to salmonella.
Yahoo! Shine Features Ask an Organic Mom
Yahoo! Shine now features The Daily Green's Ask an Organic Mom.
Why Go Lenient On Factory Farm Waste?
The EPA's proposal to change reporting rules for factory farms is meeting widespread opposition.
Did Earth Hour Make a Difference?
Earth Hour is credited with reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Watch Al Gore's 60 Minutes Interview
In his interview with 60 Minutes, Al Gore focuses on global warming, not politics.
Moving Beyond the Kyoto Protocol
The United Nations convenes another round of meetings in Bangkok, Thailand this week, continuing negotiations begun in Bali and aimed at crafting a successor to the Kyoto Protocol global warming treaty.
Obama Attacks "Big Oil"
In a new Pennsylvania primary campaign ad, Barack Obama attacks big oil.
"Eco-tinis" and Glow-in-the-Dark Frisbees
From the romantic to the stoic, from the unique to the absurd, communities around the country are planning events to recognize Earth Hour, when the world will turn off the lights from 8-9 p.m. March 29.
Earth Hour Festivities, Around the World
Earth Hour will be recognized around the world Saturday, March 29 from 8-9 p.m.
Why Is Madonna the Green Issue Cover Girl?
Madonna is on the cover of Vanity Fair's annual Green issue. Why, though?
Ethanol and the Unlucky 13
Grassland birds are increasingly threatened across the vast American Heartland as their habitat is plowed up for corn to make ethanol.
Bush EPA To Regulate* Greenhouse Gases
The Bush EPA may well regulate greenhouse gases after all. Maybe. Possibly.
A Recipe for Drought Disaster in the U.S. West
The Colorado River is seriously stressed already and is likely to face increased drought as global warming continues.
Flipping a Rain Forest for Profit
An investment firm has bought a large stake in Guyana's rain forest, hoping to turn a profit within 18 months.