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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
What Makes Cicadas So Loud?
Hear a sound clip of 17-year cicadas buzzing. And learn how they do it.
Chinese Toothpaste Is Toxic
Buy no toothpaste from China, FDA warns.
David Wolfe: The Week In Weather
Maple Syrup And Fall Foliage At Risk From Climate Change
Melamine Found In U.S.-Made Feeds
Latest recall shows how little U.S. regulators know about the domestic food supply, let alone imports from China and elsewhere.
Big Organic Just Got Bigger
The nation's largest organic grocery supplier just got bigger, with the acquisition of a popular tofu and mock-meat maker.
Whales Make It To Sea
The story of the wayward humpback whales ends happily, as the mother-child duo leave the Sacramento River and return to sea.
A Major Realty Co. Goes Green
CB Richard Ellis Group Inc. is the first major real estate services provider to go carbon neutral.
U.S. Is Odd And Out At Climate Summit
G-8 leaders disagree over climate strategy, but U.S. stands virtually alone in its stubborn opposition.
Offshore Oil Rigs Ready For Storms
Companies operating in the Gulf of Mexico say oil and natural gas supplies are more resistant to hurricane damage than in 2005.
Lake Okeechobee Reaches Record Low
Drought sends Lake Okeechobee to record lows, and the lake bed burns.
E.O. Wilson: On Rachel Carson
The rock star of biologists on the grandmother of the environmental movement - Part II
E.O. Wilson: On Rachel Carson
The rock star of biologists on the grandmother of the environmental movement - Part I
Globe Nears Warming Tipping Point
A new analysis finds the climate reaching a point of no return faster than thought, but there's still time to act.
FEMA: We're Ready For Hurricanes
Critics don't believe the maligned agency is ready for storm season, and at least one state misses National Guard equipment deployed to Iraq.
National Guard MIA For Storm Response
Louisiana guard has equipment in Iraq that it could need to respond to a major hurricane.
Lost Whales Headed Home
After 2 weeks in the Sacramento River, two injured whales are headed back to the sea.
U.S. Rejects World Climate Goals
The Bush Administration rejects the "2 degree target" that other world leaders favor.
'Fire Tornadoes' Keep Blaze Untamed
The Georgia-Florida wildfire remains largely out of control, three weeks after it started.
It's Organic, Sure. But Is It Biodynamic?
Biodynamic farming has a devoted underground following like organic farming did before it went mainstream.
Five Star Public Transit
Amtrak debuts luxury cars for the first time in its history.
N.Y. Gov. Likes Traffic Pricing, 'In Theory'
Spitzer calls Mayor Bloomberg's congestion pricing plan "wise," but he isn't sold on it yet.
Lawn Watering Is Last Straw
In drought-plagued Southeast, rampant watering of lawns and gardens leads to water shortages.
HSBC Invests In $100 Million Climate Partnership
The world's third largest bank will promote climate action across the world, in cities, river basins and forests.
Showdown On Car Pollution
Hearings on California's greenhouse gas emission rule are Wednesday, and 11 others would adopt the rule if approved.
Pursuing Fire, Crews Find Snakes, Gators
While the Okefenokee wildfire rages, Florida golf courses dry up and California braces for a potent fire season.
Tax-free, Florida Prepares For Hurricanes
Floridians can shop for survival gear tax-free, as a ferocious storm season approaches.
Climate Policy Envy
Democrats want a share of the praise Schwarzenegger has been receiving for California's climate policies.
Green On The Golf Course? Not In Florida
With drought at a near-historic point, Florida golfers have little trouble with the water traps (they're dry).
Goal: More Solar-powered Water Heaters
Using a solar-powered water heater can dramatically reduce energy bills, and tax incentives are available to defray the cost.
Small Is Looking More And More Beautiful
In "Deep Economy," Bill McKibben explores the hollow core of consumerism, and offers a community-centric and local solution.
Crews Ready For Intense Fire Season
With wildfires blazing at late-summer intensity, the spring finds firefighters preparing for the worst.
Feds Complete Melamine Risk Assessment
Health risk assessment for melamine was released Friday afternoon before a three-day weekend.
Bill Richardson: Decision 2008
Time For New Energy Economy Is Now
Green Your Three-Day Weekend
The Daily Green''s quick and dirty guide to making your red white and blue Memorial Day weekend a little more green.
Pollution Threatens Fetuses, Babies Most
Alarmed scientists call for better regulation of chemicals to reduce cancers and brain damage.
At Risk From Climate Change: Golf?
When it comes to tourism, the changing climate isn't just a risk for ski slopes, Congress hears during testimony from tourism officials.
Southeast Drought Unrelenting
A lake in Florida drops so low, crews get an unusual chance to remove toxic mud.
Gore Draws Wisdom From Vonnegut
The late great author gives the Gore - and the former VP's audience - food for thought.