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American Dairies Thriving On China Trade
Exports of Cheese and Whey -- Formerly a Waste Product -- Boosts Heartland Economy
Typhoon Krosa Forms in Pacific
A Category 1 Hurricane, Storm is 65 Miles From South China, and Headed There
Expect 4 More Tropical Storms, and 2 Hurricanes
Colorado State University Expert Revises Atlantic Hurricane Forecast
GM Romances Green Bloggers. No, Really.
Test Drives in Detroit For The Enviro Blogosphere
Banks Attacked for Investing in Coal
Global Warming Fear Prompts Rainforest Action Network To Target Citi and Bank of America
Baby Walrus Born at New York Aquarium
268-Pound Calf is One of Only 10 Ever Born in Captivity -- And, Yes, It's As Cute As a Walrus Gets
15 Facts About the Paper Industry, Global Warming and the Environment
And What You Can Do About It
Shopping for Faucets Just Got Greener
EPA Unveils New "WaterSense" Label for Sink Faucets; Label Already Marks Water-Saving Toilets
Global Warming is a Primary Issue for 40% of U.S. Presidential Voters
A "Sea Change in Public Opinion" Shows Climate Change is an Important -- and Immediate -- Threat
Smog Attacks Immune System
Ozone Pollution Impairs Immune System in Lab Mice -- And Us?
Tropical Storm Juliette Churns Off Baja California Coast
Landfall is Not Expected in the Next Few Days
Tropical Storm Lekima Heads for China
15th Named Storm of the Year in Western Pacific Set to Lash South China
Global Warming and the People at the Top of the World
Greenland Shows Effects of Climate Change More than Any Other Populated Area
Man, Astro-Man or Gas Man?
Bassist for Sci-Fi Surf Rock Band Now Promotes Biodiesel
Topps Meat Expands Hamburger Recall
Ground Beef Recall is Second Largest in U.S. History
Movies Second Only to Oil in Pollution
Hollywood Making Strides to Improve its Image -- and its Impact
Sam's Club Opts for Fair Trade Certified Coffee
Warehouse Retailer will Convert Private-Label Ground Coffee
Will Phoenix Be Mortgage and Climate Meltdown Ground Zero?
Hot Weather and Housing Bubble Brew in Arizona
Tropical Storm Juliette Forms in Pacific
After Growing from a Tropical Depression, Juliette May Disintegrate Within a Couple Days
Tropical Storm Melissa Still Far Out in Atlantic
13th Named Storm of the Season May Peter Out Before Making Landfall
Heartland Heat Wave Continues; Deaths Reported
Extreme Heat Forecast Across Much of United States; Air Quality Deteriorates
`Saudi Arabia Of Renewable Energy'
The governor of Wisconsin lobbies Congress for a biofuel revolution.
A waterline for a famous skyline
Blue-shirted activists will take Manhattan this weekend, stretching out to mark the point that Atlantic waves might lap the capital of the world is nothing is done to slow global warming.
Gore: On Live Earth and presidential aspirations
In an interview with The Mirror, Al Gore, the "recovering politician," said he is focusing on inspiring the grassroots across the world, not a run for the White House.
Farmers markets - without the farmer
The deserved success of farmers markets, which deliver the cornucopia of fresh locally grown produce we love so well, is straining many of the farmers. Time spent hawking veggies at the stand could be better spent tilling the field.
Organic baby food offerings grow, slowly
Sales of organic baby food rose 12.2 percent in 2006, but new brands have a tough time entering the market.
Of skyscrapers and global warming
Those iconic New York City skyscrapers are power hogs, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants them tamed.
On climate change, Kerry and Gingrich agree (mostly)
In the debate between John Kerry and Newt Gingrich Tuesday about environmental issues, their similarities were more striking than their differences.
A bedeviling Tasmanian mystery
The Tasmanian Devil, known to Americans by the twirling dervish Taz, could be on the verge of extinction in its native Tazmania.
On cloned foods, a right to know
California is moving forward with a plan to require labeling on any meat or milk derived from cloned livestock.
Filling up the `Big Green Purse'
A new campaign, the Big Green Purse, aims to influence the spending habits of women. With women spending 80 cents of every retail dollar, an Earth-friendly ethic could pay big dividends.
Bush backs off EPA posts
The White House withdrew two controversial nominees for top Environmental Protection Agency posts Wednesday.
Hollywood's catalyst for change
Al Gore calls her "the catalyst" behind "An Inconvenient Truth," and Laurie David has emerged from the shadows as Hollywood's premier climate change crusader.
7 questions to ask of green home products
For do-it-yourself folks who want an Earth-friendly living space, there are some important questions to ask.
A better way to build
With visions of solar-paneled walls, thermal chimneys and wind turbines, San Francisco hopes to set the bar high for public buildings with its new government office tower.
Bad air around Bush appointee
President Bush's recess appointment as top regulator doesn't like environmental regulation
Imported bugs vs. illegal aliens
Homeland Security officials want to use Spanish flies, rather than pesticides, to eradicate a Mediterranean weed that hides illegal Mexican immigrants and cross-border drug smugglers.
No satellite, no hurricane forecast
Facing a $700,000 shortfall, the National Hurricane Center is worried a critical research satellite will fail just in time for a hurricane season that, scientists predicted this week, will be ferocious. Without the satellite, accurately forecasting a
Supreme Court Fulcrum
With his majority opinion on global warming this week, Justice John Paul Stevens cemented his role as the fulcrum in a divided Supreme Court.
Chinese wheat gluten - and what else?
The pet food scare spurs a class-action lawsuit and questions by Congress, consumer groups and pet owners.
A warm world, with fewer wonders
Better update that travel life list quick. The World Wildlife Fund has published a list of the 10 natural wonders most at risk from climate change.
Kerry, Gingrich agree to green debate
John Kerry and Newt Gingrich, two of the nation's deep political thinkers with very different view points, will take on the environment in a debate next week.
More truths from TriBeca filmmakers
Al Gore will host an opening gala for the vaunted TriBeca Film Festival, which will feature seven short films about global warming.
Another U.S. Dust Bowl
An expanding desert in the U.S. Southwest could bring Dust Bowl conditions to a wide and parched area that already competes for Colorado River spoils, according to a new scientific analysis of climate models.
Power from, well, poop
Los Angelese will use treated wastes to create power for 3,000 homes.
Tough choice: nukes or climate calamity
Nuclear power is getting a fresh look as the country looks for global warming solutions.
A boon for wild salmon
Consumers can expect bountiful wild Pacific salmon in stores this spring and fall, thanks to a recent decision that expands certain fishing areas.
A long flight, but a clear conscience
Travelers on some trans-Atlantic forays can feel better about the hundreds of pounds of carbon emitted per passenger as passenger jets streak across the sky. Two European airlines that connect to some U.S. cities now offer passengers the option of pu
Police, Kanye West on Live Earth bill
The lineup for the Live Earth concert tour was announced this morning, with big names slated to appear on both sides of the Atlantic.
A new front on bio-crops
California will consider a law allowing organic farmers and others to sue if a neighbor's genetically-modified crops damage their harvest.