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EPA Smog Plan Criticized
If neither industry nor environmentalists love it, does that mean it's perfect?
Survey: Mayors Taking Climate Action
Results show results on low-hanging fruit, not politically fraught actions
Summer Forecast: Hot, With Wildfire
Wildfires likely, as heat and drought mingle
No Charges In Spinach E. Coli Deaths
Several farms or processors still may face civil suits for their role in causing deaths and illnesses.
Senate Finally Caves In To The People
An historic boost to fuel economy, but no new incentives for alternative energy
Catskills Flood Claims At Least One
Homes washed away after at least eight inches of rain swamp a fly-fishing mecca.
Lake Disappears in Chile
An earthquake in Patagonian region is one suspect in lake's disappearance.
$1.2 Million Price Tag For 1.2 acres
It's a steep price for a sensitive plot connected to Long Island Sound.
Hog Farms Under Fire
Second-largest hog producing state considers a ban on "hog cesspools."
Kansas Twister Cost $153 M, And Counting
Tornado that destroyed Greensburg is among most costly disasters for state.
EPA To Staunch Smog Pollution
The new ozone standard is designed to better protect public from harmful air pollution.
Gas Supply Vulnerable To Hurricanes
With refineries running well below capacity, domestic supplies could be easily disrupted.
Whole Foods To Sell 35 Stores
If merger with Wild Oats is approved, Whole Foods would sell stores in California and Texas.
Tequila Is Latest Victim Of Ethanol Boom
Government ethanol subsidies have Mexican farmers burning agave fields to make way for corn.
A Timeline Of Beekeeping Milestones
Colony Collapse Disorder is only the latest in a tumultuous history.
Scorecard Ranks Eco-Friendly Firms
Climate Counts releases a scorecard ranking 56 companies on eco-friendliness.
China Overtakes U.S. As Leading CO2 Polluter
China wasn't expected to overtake the United States for at least a year.
Death Toll From Toxic Cough Syrup Could Be 300
The tainting of medicine in Panama led to widespread death and illness.
Many Unprepared For Hurricanes
Tips for the millions living along the coast.
'Planet Earth' For Sale
The landmark series showcases the world's wildlife with new camera technology.
Senate Rejects Liquid Coal
The next energy bill battle: gasoline price gouging.
Milk Prices Near Record Highs
The ethanol boom has more corn going to fuel than to feed, driving up milk cost.
Mayor Bloomberg For President?
Could Bloomberg run as an independent (with Schwarzenegger at his side?)
The Daily Green Saves The Bees
A special report with stories, tips, recipes and your photos News Gene Sequence Was Key To Bee Disease Breakthrough New Site Breaks Embargo, Releases Bee Study Bee Recovery Bill Passes House Honey Bee Collapse Recovery Plan Revealed Famous Einstein B
When Climate Ambition Exceeds Results
Chicago's policies are a model for climate change action, but the results, so far, are thin.
An End To Democratic Energy Kerfuffle
House Democrats abandon bill that would have derailed plan by 12 states to regulate carbon emissions from vehicles.
Uranium Mining Returns To West
A price spike in uranium brings new life - and new controversy - to old mines.
What Would Jesus Drive, Part II
An interfaith group rallies 460 member organizations in support of a California clean car law.
More Rain Coming To Flooded Texas Towns
At least five people died, as some places received as much as 10 inches of rain.
Google 'Plug-in Hybrid' And Get 'Google'
The Web search engine invests $1 million into plug-in hybrid electric car engine research.
Airlines Aim For Wild Green Yonder
By reducing taxiing before taking off and circling before landing, European and American airline regulators aim to reduce unnecessary emissions.
Scenic Hudson Receives $20 Million Bequest
The environmental group''s leader, Ned Sullivan, blogs for The Daily Green.
Turning Chicken Feathers Into Plastic
A technological breakthrough gives new life to chicken waste. No joke.
UN Chief: Darfur Is Victim Of Climate
Ethnic strife started with a persistent drought and a competition for scarce resources, secretary-general says.
5 Questions For Guster Frontman
Adam Gardner, the lead singer of the band Guster, talks about curbing rock excess without killing its spirit.
How To Find A Green Hotel? Simple
For the ecotourist, five basic questions help define "green" in the absence of third-party certification.
Congress To Spend Millions On Bee Study
The big difference between House and Senate bills is how much they would spend to study colony collapse disorder.
Nothing Done To Stop Old Car Pollution
Older cars account for 2/3 of air pollution, but aren't required to make repairs under most state laws.
Whole Food Defends Wild Oats Merger
The FTC says the deal would hurt competition, driving up the cost of natural foods, and leading to decreased quality and choice for consumers.
A Watershed Moment For Sustainable Publishing
A first-of-its-kind forum highlights a path toward a sustainable publishing and advertising industry.
Senators Barter Bits Of Energy Policy
Off-shore drilling is off the table, and renewable energy from your local utility may be as well.
No Climate Consensus For Christian Leaders
While some lobby for stewardship of creation, others question limits on carbon.
Redwood Forest Protected
The deal represents hope for the nation's privately held forests.
Healthy Food, Brought To You By The Letter O
As part of a wave of nutrition-conscious advertising, Sesame Street characters are marketing organic, natural and healthy foods to kids.
Fake, Toxic Colgate Toothpaste Discovered
The bit toothpaste maker says the tubes are counterfeit, and toxic.
Common Birds in Drastic Decline
Loss of habitat is the chief cause of decline, but climate change ranks as a concern as well.
Disease Attacks Birds At Backyard Feeders
People who feed birds may be unwittingly abetting a deadly disease.
'Cyberwarming' - Say No More
Companies aim to reduce computer electricity use by 50 percent to combat climate change.
You Can Rent A Hybrid Now
Avis and Hertz add thousands of hybrid cars to their rental fleets.
Global Warming Threatens Israel
Congress is warned that droughts could make the violent Middle East more unstable.