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Nation's 2nd Largest City In Drought Watch
Los Angeles bows to historic drought and heat forecast, and restricts water use.
Little Globes Litter Chicago. Cool.
Varied artistic globes, 5-feet in diameter, are spread around Chicago to raise climate awareness.
Geysers, Covered By Landslide, Reappear
People celebrate the unexpected return of a Russian natural wonder.
Whole Foods-Wild Oats Merger Blocked
'Higher prices, reduced quality and fewer choices' would result from the merger, according to the FTC.
Loss Of Ice Accelerates Warming
A new U.N. report says ice is melting, and the world warming, faster than previously thought.
Bill To Stop State Climate Rules Shelved
House Democrats back off an energy bill that would have preempted vehicle emission rules in 12 states.
Evacuation As Wildfire Races On
A 700-acre wildfire forced the evacuation of hundreds in California.
Georgia Swamp Fire Could Smolder For Months
Barry's rain helped, but the fire isn't out.
Gender-Bending Detergent Chemical Ban Sought
A chemical additive found in some detergents makes male fish female.
Natural Gas Price Rises Too
The price of the common household fuel is up 25 percent from a year ago, in part due to hurricane worries.
AG Sues County To Stop Sprawl
California sues San Bernardino County to stop sprawl, and global warming is key to argument.
Coke Starts Saving Water
Maligned for its water use around the world, Coca Cola tries to turn its image around with a new initiative.
Bush: My Climate Plan Won't Obstruct Progress
At G-8 Summit, President Bush says his climate plan isn't designed to derail other world efforts.
Really? Grilling Causes Cancer?
Some evidence suggests grilling poses a slight risk, though there's a slight risk in a lot of things.
Natural Wonder Disappears In Landslide
One of the world's few geysers is buried by a massive landslide
China And U.S. In Climate Staring Contest
China refuses to blink, and set mandatory caps on greenhouse gases, unless the U.S. does.
Wind Power Tilts Energy Market
Wind is the fastest growing energy source in the nation -- by a long shot.
Desktop World, In Living Color - And Sound
Google Earth now lets you hear the world's hot destinations, not just see them.
Drought Uncovers Okeechobee Artifacts
A severe drought not only dropped the lake's water to new lows, but exposed a bit of prehistory.
Pet Bloggers Fill Food Info Voids
First-time bloggers proved to be essential information sources during the pet food recall scandal.
Energy Plan Would Derail States
Democratic climate plan would kill push by California and 11 others to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.
Save Our Rainforest! (Write A Check)
Ecuador asks world to help it protect its oil-rich rain forest, to the tune of $350 million per year.
Vegas Casinos Sap Utah Farm Water
A plan to pump groundwater in the Nevada desert could steal water from neighboring Utah.
Climate Studies In 'Serious Jeopardy'
With climate satellites on chopping block, historians may have more to study than climatologists.
Strongest Cyclone On Record Nears Gulf
Gonu has the power of a Category 5 hurricane, and it's headed for the Persian Gulf
Feds Stick To Scaled-back Clean Water Act
The federal government will protect only larger "navigable" rivers, and related streams and wetlands, under a new Clean Water Act interpretation.
What Do You Want Republicans To Debate?
Tell us what questions about environmental issues you'd like to see R.epublicans answer during tonight's debate.
What's Wrong With Hormone-Free Milk?
A dairy squares off against the maker of a synthetic hormone over the use of "hormone-free" labeling.
Vitamin C, Courtesy Of China
Most vitamins are imported from, you guessed it, China, and recent food and drug quality scares have some concerned.
Hilary Swank Runs For Clean Water
The Academy award-winning actress kicks off Blue Planet run to help people access clean drinking water.
Barry Doesn't Quite Kill The Drought
Storm brings some relief, but not enough, to drought-plagued Southeast.
Natural History Museums Endangered
Budget shortfalls threaten many American institutions.
Flood Insurance Program Has Failed
FEMA quietly criticizes itself, and proposes a new plan for floodplain management.
Beer vs. Biofuels
The demand for ethanol is squeezing the acreage for German barley.
Insects Invade The Garden
A new foreign insects invades every month, and some of them chow down on backyard gardens.
Fertility Problems And Pollution
Scientists set out to identify links between common persistent toxins and human reproduction.
Live Earth Tickets On Sale Today
Tickets for the New York show go on sale today at 10 a.m.
Democratic Debate On Environment Short
The Democratic candidates in the 2008 presidential campaign weren't asked to say much about climate change Sunday.
Day At The Beach? The Water's Fine
The annual EPA scorecard says 95 percent of beaches are safe, but critics disagree.
Bush's World Climate Plan Under Fire
Bush wants respect and a leading role. Critics call plan a "charade."
Hurricane Could Strike Northeast
The big ones only hit New York about once a century... and it's been about a century.
NASA Chief 'Not Sure' Climate Needs Action
His boss is sure. His scientific staff is sure. But Michael Griffin doesn't see the problem.
Get Out! It's National Trails Day
Find a good hike in your neck of the woods.
Sneak Peak: Many Causes To Bee Decline
A sneak peak at USDA investigation shows many causes to Colony Collapse Disorder.
Fertilizer Firms Are Flush. Thanks Ethanol
Fertilizer companies are booming as farmers plant more corn for ethanol.
1 In 4 Health Supplements Is Bad
FDA has virtually no authority to oversee safety of nutritional supplements, so buyer beware.
Clinton's $50 Billion Strategic Energy Fund
On trip to Silicon Valley, Clinton's clean energy plan gets applause from CEOs.
More Floods With Warming Climate
Climate models were off, and there will be fewer droughts -but that doesn't mean the future is much prettier.
Book Explores Green Religious Roots
A new book spells out the deep connections between the Jewish faith and the modern environmental movement.
Key Democrat Cheers Bush Climate Plan
Chairman of House energy and air quality committee welcomes Bush plan