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Rare Sub Tropical Storm Brews in Atlantic
Another late sub tropical storm may be brewing in the Atlantic.
For Anti-Nuke Crowd, One Choice
John Edwards is the only major candidate to take a hard line against nuclear power.
Bird Flu Transmitted Human-to-Human
Bird flu, or avian influenza, has passed from human to human in Pakistan, only the third country in which such transmission has been documented.
The Earth at Twilight
Images of the Earth from space, as this NASA image, show the planet's beauty and fragility.
Gore Will Endorse ... No One
Al Gore won't endorse a Democrat for president, at least not yet.
Expect Insurance Rates to Go Up Due to Global Warming
Insurance rates are going up due to global warming.
The 10 Most Popular Stories of 2007
The most popular stories of 2007, as chosen by The Daily Green's audience.
Only 12% of Electronics Waste Is Recycled
Learn how to recycle electronics waste.
A Green Vending Machine?
The VendingMiser is being used to cut electricity use, costs and carbon from vending machines.
Industry Fights Eco-Sin Tax on Bottled Water
A coalition of state, national and international industry groups is opposing Chicago's tax on bottled water.
Top 10 States for Vehicle-Deer Collisions
State Farm Insurance lists the states where deer-vehicle collisions are most likely.
China's Pledge: Use Even More Coal
China's first energy plan envisions a continued heavy reliance on coal.
China's Glaciers Melting Faster Than Previously Thought
China's glaciers are receding at a rate almost twice as fast as predicted just seven years ago, and the drinking water for one third of the population is at stake.
Car Makers Alter Ads, Not Engines
Car makers are changing the way they sell hybrid cars and SUVs that boost engine performance without bettering fuel economy. But they aren't changing the engines to take advantage of hybrid gas-electric technology.
USDA Makes a Deal with Monsanto
Monsanto has struck a deal with the USDA that will result in a wider use of genetically modified corn seeds.
Autism Insurance: Parents Fight for Coverage
Parents are fighting in several states to mandate insurance coverage for children with autism.
The Republican Primaries: At A Glance
Key issues for voters interested in voting green during the presidential primaries.
The Democratic Primaries: At A Glance
Key issues for voters interested in voting green during the Democratic presidential primaries.
News Anchors Don't Ask Candidates About Global Warming
LCV has launched a new campaign aimed at making news anchors question the 2008 presidential candidates more about global warming.
Mountains on Saturn's Moon Show Earth-like Erosion
Astronomers have seen evidence of erosion on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, that indicates liquids caused erosion in ways thought to be unique to Earth.
Cement Innovation Stops Acid Rain
A new way of making cement may neutralize air pollution.
Doomsday Tourists Visit Global Warming Hot Spots
Doomsday tourists are flocking to the sites most endangered by global warming.
An Eco-Sin Tax on Bottled Water
Bottled water will be taxed in Chicago in 2008, opening a new era of eco-sin taxes.
Indonesias Tsunami Devastation Recedes
Indonesia is recovering well from the 2004 tsunami.
Richard Branson Gets Candid
The rebel billionaire is environmentalism's knight in shining armor.
Bush Administration Faces Endangered Species Lawsuits
The latest in a long line of lawsuits challenges the Bush Administration's Endangered Species Act polities.
Eco-Entrepreneur Transforms Middle School Lunch
A 12 year old has started a new business that sells reusable lunch bags.
Whooping Crane Makes Dramatic Comeback
The whooping crane may be benefiting from global warming.
Australia Could Send Troops to Defend Whales
Australia has contemplated using its military to prevent harm to Migaloo and other whales targeted by Japanese whalers.
Chocolate Fuel Powers Car From Britain to Timbuktu
Two men are driving a car powered by chocolate fuel from Britain to Africa.
Maybe What We Need Is A Few Good Volcanic Eruptions
A volcanic eruption like the one that led to global cooling in 1783 might be the only thing to save from ourselves, as our greenhouse gas pollution fuels global warming.
Demand for Cement Outpaces CO2 Reduction
Cement plants are huge producers of greenhouse gases, and there's not much more room for improvement, according to the Economist.
Al Gore Still Leaving Presidential Door Open a Crack
Al Gore keeps the door open to a presidential run, even as he downplays the idea and focuses on global warming and grassroots politics.
Forecast: Warm Winter
This winter is forecast to be warmer than average, and drier than usual in the Southeast, which is experiencing a historic drought. The reason? La Nina. But it's consistent with global warming, too.
In Denying California, EPA Denied Experts, Law & History
EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson allegedly ignored the expert recommendations of his staff when he rejected California's effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.
Runaway Global Warming Starts with a Single Step
Fossil evidence indicates that 55 million years ago runaway global warming occurred because modest warming triggered a series of positive feedback signals that escalated the problem.
President Bush's Nuclear Power Panacea
President Bush sees nuclear power as the "best" solution to global warming.
Meat and Milk from Cloned Animals to Be Tracked
Food industry companies have agreed to a voluntary tracking system to keep tabs on cloned animals that might be used to produce meat or milk for sale as food.
Schwarzenegger Vows to Sue EPA
Schwarzenegger has vowed to sue the EPA again over the state's effort to set greenhouse gas limits on vehicle emissions.
EPA Blocks California's Greenhouse Gas Emission Law
The Environmental Protection Agency rejected California's request for a Clean Air Act waiver that would have allowed it to regulate greenhouse gas emissions to combat global warming.
Federal Law Limits Polluter's Liability
The cost of cleaning up the San Francisco oil spill will exceed $61 million, and that leaves a question mark after the question, who will pay?
Earthrace: Biodiesel Boat to Circle Globe Faster
Earthrace, a biodiesel boat, will attempt to break the speed record for circling the globe.
Time Person of the Year: Putin, Not Gore
The Time Person of the Year is Vladimir Putin, not Al Gore or anyone else affiliated with the fight to stop global warming.
Climate Throws Spring Flowers Out of Whack
The timing of flowering plants is out of whack due to global warming, and that has the potential to throw off whole ecosystems as birds, bees and other creatures fall out of the step that has been calibrated by evolution over millions of years.
Burying 100 Years of Carbon Under Illinois
The Department of Energy is testing how to store 100 years worth of carbon dioxide under Ohio and neighboring states.
Energy Bill: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
There's a lot to like in the energy bill, but not everything good was included, and there's some bad in it too.
Voters Craft Renewable Energy Law in California
California ballot initiative would require utilities to eventually draw half their power from renewable sources.
U.S. Set for 8th Warmest Year on Record Pages: 2
The United States will record its eighth hottest year on record, and the world its fifth, if predictions hold for 2007.
FutureGen to Be Built in Illinois
The site of FuturGen, a coal-fired power plant that will create hydrogen and electricity, and sequester carbon so it doesn't fuel global warming, will be Mattoon, Illinois.
First Wave-Generated Power Plant Gets Backing
PG&E plans to be the first to sell power from an off-shore wave energy plant.