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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.
Masses Bypass Mass Transit
Shunning trains, buses and even carpools, 70 % of commuters drive to work alone.
World's Largest Lake Drying Up
Lake Superior is at its lowest point in 81 years.
9 Cities Mull Rush Hour Driving Fees
New York isn't the only city to consider "congestion pricing" as a way to reduce traffic and pollution.
Global Warming's Effect On Top 5 Lakes
How global warming will affect -- or is affecting -- the world's largest lakes, at a glance.
5 Tips For Preserving Common Birds
Simple tips for preserving the birds in your backyard.
List of 10 Common Birds in Decline
Grosbeaks, pintails, terns, hummingbirds and herons are among the declining species
Barack Backtracks On Liquid Coal Fuel
The Democratic candidate would only support government incentives for a low-carbon coal fuel.
Universities Sign Climate Pact
284 U.S. colleges and universities pledge to lead by going carbon neutral.
Pollution Puts Military At Risk At Home
Marines and their families were exposed to a toxic chemical at Camp Lejeune for three decades
Is Corn Ethanol Behind High Food Prices?
It's the biggest increase in food costs since 1980, and it's due primarily to the cost of gasoline and corn.
Bush Threatens Energy Bill Veto
The White House dislikes bill because, among many other reasons, it doesn't boost traditional domestic fuel production.
Western Governors Get Climate Warning
Drought, wildfire, floods, pestilence and other apocalyptic phenomena are in store, leaders are warned.
A Worldwide Wild Seed-Saving Scheme
Saving wild seeds from climate-related demise could preserve future plant-based medicines.
'Lobbying' On Climate Plan Prompts Probe
At issue is whether a bureaucrat's call to a lawmaker violated lobbying laws.
1 Million In Toxic Chemical's Path
Tetrachloroethylene fouls water not only at Camp Lejeune, but hundreds of neighborhoods nationwide.
Preventing Diseases at Backyard Bird Feeders
Tips for preventing the spread of bird diseases.
EPA Late On Pesticide Short List
EPA starts screening 73 pesticide ingredients, of a list of 6,000-plus, for potential to harm hormonal system.
It's Senate v. Automakers On MPG
A fuel economy boost - the first in 18 years - has a chance at passing the Senate, where lobbying had prevented such legislation in the past.
Evan Almighty's Flood-Prevention Promotion
Steve Carell wants fans to "get on board now" and help plant trees.
NY Hurricane Warning From Homeland Security Chief
A hurricane would be a "devastating blow" according to Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff.
World's Largest Trees Safe From Gov. Axe
Forest Service will abide by judge's ruling and spare Giant Sequoia National Monument from logging.
Katrina's Raw Power Trumped Levee Failures
A new report says that Hurricane Katrina was so powerful it would have been devastating even if levees had been better constructed.
Oil Execs Sobering After 'Sloppy Drunk' Price Spike
Hurricane season could get in the way of downward trend in gas prices.
Marketers Win Eco-Ad Awards
The advertising publication honors the greenest marketers of the year.
Government Steps Up Great Lakes Research
10 universities in six states will cooperate on research, monitoring, education and outreach.
Hotels Do Not Disturb Environment
By going green, some of the nation's largest hotel chains win customers and save on energy bills.