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Study Discounts Peak Oil Theory
CERA has released a study that discounts the peak oil theory.
Endangered Species SNAFU
NOAA has recommended killing endangered sea lions that congregate at a Columbia River dam to eat endangered salmon.
Fish Oil Pills Depleting Sea of Fish
Those fish oil capsules come from menhaden, which may well be overfished.
Mountaintop Removal Mine Pays for Stream Damage
A huge coal company has agreed to pay a record $30 million to settle charges it fouled streams in three states by dumping the debris from mountaintop removal mines into valleys.
Nevada Primary: Nuclear Waste Takes Center Stage
Democrats, and Ron Paul on the Republican side, oppose the use of Yucca Mountain to store the nation's nuclear waste, a hot-button issue as the Nevada primary approaches.
International Year of the Reef
The International Year of the Reef kicks off as corals face unprecedented threats from global warming, acidification and other factors.
Yangtze River Reaches Record-Low
China's Yangtze River has reached the lowest level ever recorded.
Green Tech Is Recession-Proof
Investments in green tech increased 38% in 2007.
2007 Second Warmest Year on Record
The Earth reached another milestone, when 2007 equaled 1998 as the second-warmest year on record, continuing a trend attributed to global warming.
Floor Finish Is Lingering Source of Toxic PCBs
A new study links PCB exposure to a particular floor polish.
Morgellons Disease Study Begins
Morgellons Disease: Environmental Ticking Time Bomb or Conspiracy Theory? Study Seeks Answers
Gaiam, Mother of the High-End Green Market
Gaiam is making money selling to a high-end green "LOHAS" market.
Breakthrough on the Methane Car
A nanotechnology breakthrough may make it easier to store methane as a vehicle fuel.
Romney Drives Fuel Efficiency Rollback to Victory
Mitt Romney won the Republican Michigan primary, in part with a message to Detroit automakers that fuel efficiency standards set recently by Congress and signed by President Bush would hurt business.
Greenland Melting More Than Any Time in 50+ Years
A new study says recent melting in Greenland has been more intense than at any time in at least 50 years, and that recent melting can be attributed to global warming, rather than regional weather fluctuations.
Bush Appeals to OPEC for More Oil
President Bush met with Saudi Arabia and appealed for more oil from OPEC, but our current state of dependence on oil is a result of policies that have been in place since Vice President Dick Cheney formed his energy task force.
Car Rental Companies Offer Carbon Offsets
Three prominent car rental companies will offer customers carbon offsets.
The Supreme Court's Toxic Conflict of Interest
The California Supreme Court won't hear a case about chemical toxic health problems because too many justices have conflicts of interest because of stock they own.
Milk Prices Soar as Government Backs Ethanol
Sen. Chuck Schumer wants to lift tariffs on imported corn so food prices come down.
Michigan Primary Results Key to Climate Fight
Michigan could prove pivotal in the fight against global warming, because John McCain and Mitt Romney offer a clear contrast for Republicans concerned about global warming.
Wildfires Dominate Insurance Claims
Wildfire claims dominated, but overall property and casualty insurance losses were down in the United States and the world in 2007.
Attack on Nigerian Oil May Be Imminent
A rebel group has threatened to attack Nigerian oil infrastructure, which would affect world prices for oil.
How to Build a Green City
WWF and Abu Dhabi plan to build Masdr as the greenest world city.
Sierra Club Embraces Clorox. No, Really
Clorox bought Green Works, and the Sierra Club has agreed to endorse the nontoxic cleaning brand with its logo.
Say Good-bye to McDonald's Fish Sticks
The acidification and warming of the Bering Sea will have a profound effect on common fish stocks that now provide one third of the world's wild-caught fish, including McDonald's fish sticks.
Green Theme at Detroit Auto Show
Attention to green details shows that fuel efficiency and alternative fuels are going mainstream now that oil costs so much and global warming is such a concern.
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Melting Faster
A new study shows that Antarctica is melting, at least in the Western region, due to the action of glaciers.
GM: Ethanol Will Cost Less Than $2 A Gallon
GM is partnering with a new startup and it plans to invest in new ethanol-fueled vehicles, rather than just in its electric Volt. Its ethanol partner doesn't use corn and expects the fuel to cost less than $2 a gallon.
New Ford F-150 Unveiled, Without Hybrid Technology
The rumors about Ford unveiling a hybrid F-150 pickup were not true, but Ford still expects to rely on its signature truck.
Detroit Car And Truck of the Year Winners
The winners of the Best Car of the Year and the Best Truck of the Year at the North American Auto Show in Detroit got generally poor fuel economy, despite having two hybrids on the list.
Snow in Forecast from Latest Nor'easter
The next big snow storm will drop as much as a foot of snow on the Northeast, more in some coastal areas between New York City and Boston.
Will Recession Result in Airline Environmental Gains?
The economic downturn, with its effects on the airline industry, may encourage progress on fuel efficiency.
La Nina Nears Its Zenith
La Nina is reaching a peak, affeeting weather patterns around the world.
Wild Animal Ringtones Are Here
New wild animal ringtones benefit the National Zoo.
Introducing the Pollution-Eating Tree
Bio-engineered poplar trees will be planted at a hazardous waste sites to consume pollution there.
Will Ford Unveil a Hybrid F-150 Pickup?
Rumors, old though they may be, are swirling that Ford will unveil a hybrid F-150 pickup at the Detroit Auto Show.
The Latest Greatest Beekeeping Supplies
Key issues for voters interested in voting green during the Democratic presidential primaries.
Arctic Growing Susceptible to "Rapid Melt"
Older, thicker Arctic sea ice is being replaced with thin ice that is more susceptible to melting each summer.
Inhofe's 400 Global Warming Deniers Debunked
Sen. James M. Inhofe's latest list of supposedly prominent climate scientists who doubt global warming is not the old magician's best hoax.
Who's Who on Inhofe's List of 400 Global Warming Deniers Pages: 2 3 4
Sen. James M. Inhofe's latest list of supposedly prominent climate scientists who doubt global warming is full of problems, including economists, TV weathermen, retired scientists, amateurs, and industry supported scientists.
No Money to Complete National Parks
There's relatively little money in the federal budget for purchasing land to add to national parks, leaving private land inside park boundaries vulnerable to development.
Rare Duck Getting Rarer
The common scoter, a duck, is in decline, and declining fast, according to a new survey in the U.K.
Zoo Bottle-Feeds Polar Bear Cub Shunned by Mother
Nuremberg Zoo is bottle-feeding a young polar bear cub because its mother threatened to kill it.
Welcome the Year of the Frog
2008 is the Year of the Frog, designed to bring awareness to the extinction crisis facing amphibians.
$3.5 Billion in Katrina Aid Unspent
More than two years after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita leveled parts of the Gulf Coast, three quarters of the infrastructure rebuilding aid designated by FEMA has yet to be spent.
Number of Hydrogen Fuel Stations Dropping
The number of hydrogen fuel cell stations in California is dropping.
Economist Predicts $150 Oil
A peak oil analyst in a high position has predicted $150 a barrel oil will be the norm within four years.
84 of Inhofe's Global Warming Deniers Have Taken Industry Money
Sen. James M. Inhofe's latest list of supposedly prominent climate scientists who doubt global warming is full of problems, including 84 scientists who have had their work supported by fossil fuel industries.
49 of Inhofe's Global Warming Deniers Are Retired
Sen. James M. Inhofe's latest list of supposedly prominent climate scientists who doubt global warming is full of problems, including 49 people who are retired.
70 of Inhofe's Global Warming Deniers Have No Climate Science Background
Sen. James M. Inhofe's latest list of supposedly prominent climate scientists who doubt global warming is full of problems, including 70 people who seem to have no background in climate science.