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Where Feds Pause, States Lead
Utah joins the Western state climate pact, in the latest sign that states are ready to act on global warming.
Green Your BBQ
Get The Organic Buzz Imbibe for the Earth. Ask your local brewmaster. 4 Steps To A Local Menu Make it a Memorial Day never to forget with distinctive recipes, local ingredients and, yes, sangria! Green Your Grill Forget charcoal and go with cleaner-
Lobsters Get Needed Help
New rules should help lobsters rebound.
The Moral Of The Climate Story
In a letter to the political elite in Washington, religious groups urged action to protect the creation from a raging climate.
4 Win Rachel Carson Awards
The Audubon Society recognized Laurie David, Deirdre Imus, Marjora Carter and Frances Beinecke for exceptional environmental work.
Severe Hurricanes On Horizon
All forecasts point to a strong tropical storm season.
South Prays For Rain -- Intense Rain
A severe drought is contributing wildfires.
Clean Green NYC Taxis
New mileage requirements could make all new NYC taxis hybrids within a year.
Malaria In The Subtropics, Like Montana?
Scientists struggle to predict where outbreaks will occur in a warmer world.
Whales Stressed Out By Freshwater
Humpback whales in Sacramento River show signs of stress after 10 days away from sea.
Fish Virus, Unfortunately, Spreads
A new disease is spreading from lake-to-lake through New York, and there's no telling how far it might go.
Just What is 'Sustainable' Food?
Even the experts wonder how to weigh the relative benefits of buying organic, buying local and/or buying less.
Wal-Mart Opts for Sustainable Shrimp
The giant retailer throws its weight behind shrimp fishing practices that don't deplete the resource.
Schwarzenegger, Rell Blast Bush On Climate
Two Republican governors call Bush's climate policy a product of "inaction and denial."
CO2 Rate Going In Wrong Direction
The rate of increase in global emissions of carbon dioxide has tripled over the rate in the 1990s.
Gore's New Book Skewers Politics
"Assault On Reason" spares few in its call for a more effective democracy that can handle challenges like climate change.
Apples And Garlic Top Chinese Imports
Chinese food imports rejected for being dirty, or tainted with banned substances.
Unexplored Microworld Awaits Discovery
The microcosmos holds keys to the air we breathe, the food we eat, the energy we consume ... and the list goes on.
Mixed-Up Whales Circle Back
Two humpback whales stranded inland gave watchers hope, but failed to return to sea.
Tainted Toothpaste Scrutinized
Another tainted ingredient from China has turned up -- in Latin American toothpaste.
No Rest For Fire-Weary
Climate predictors foresee no break in drought, or fire.
Agency Celebrates Itself (Instead Of Studying Storms)
The Hurricane Center Chief is accusing NOAA of spending too little on hurricane forecasting, too much on its own birthday party.
Julia Roberts Reprises Green Role
The "Erin Brockovich" star will play a British conservationist.
Pet Food Maker Rejects Chinese Products
With huge gaps in U.S. inspection system, the public has reason to doubt food safety.
Some Chemicals Linked To Cancer Only Weakly
Groundbreaking report about common chemicals causing breast cancer may appear more worrisome than it should be.
Leo Speaks Out At Eco-Film Premiere
Leonardo DiCaprio's "11th Hour" debuts, and the star reveals his concerns for the planet.
Underneath the Fair Trade Label
Under the surface is a debate over the role of big companies in the Fair Trade arena.
Tainted Or Not, Food Flows From China
Even food makers concerned about the safety of Chinese imports have no alternative but to buy them.
Americans Driving Less
Not since the oil embargo of 1980 have drivers cut back on their average miles.
Music (And The Connections) To Change The World
Meet the man who can put 150 acts on nine stages on every continent (yes, even Antarctica).
Carbon Footprint Labels Make Their Mark
The early attempts to rate products based on their carbon footprint aren't perfect, but they're trying.
Al Gore For President?
Al Gore says he isn't planning to run for president. But that means he might, right?
Buying Never Felt So ... Green
Banks are issuing an increasing array of credit cards with green rewards programs. So go ahead and splurge.
Happy Endangered Species Day!
Today is Endangered Species Day. Really.
David Wolfe: The Week In Weather
Global warming gives wine an unlikely boost
West Nile Virus Killing Backyard Birds
A virus is responsible for sharp declines in chickadees, titmice, robins, bluebirds and others.
Moth Invades, Nips Napa Wine
As an Australian moth spreads, farmers fear for crops - including famed Napa wine grapes.
For Old Bulb, End Is Near
Compact fluorescent bulbs are overtaking Edison's old incandescent.
Wildfire Smoke Pollutes Air
Drought-fueled fires continue to blaze across the country.
Madonna, Backstreet Boy Croon For Causes
Madonna debuts a Live Earth song, and Nick Carter campaigns for dolphins.
A Turning Point On Climate Policy
Political, judicial and economic forces conspired to influence President Bush''s new greenhouse gas diet plan.
Grains Of Truth About Ethanol
The miracle fuel may not be the panacea politicians often make it out to be.
A Pollution Paradox
Massive dust clouds actually cool the climate -- at least a little.
Ed Begley Jr. Launches Green Site
Fixing The Planet is Begley's latest green initiative.
Richardson's Apollo-scale Energy Plan
Democratic candidate calls for 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions
Pork Held In Melamine Scare Will Go To Market
Federal investigators say the health risk to humans is extremely low from eating pork from hogs that ate tainted feed.
4 Things You Can Do To Help The Birds
Are you a backyard birder concerned about the state of your feeder flock? Here's how you can help.
Crops Get By With Fewer Bees
Despite an unprecedented loss of bees due to "Colony Collapse Disorder," some farmers expect record harvests.
Miami Beach Is Out Of Sand
You may spread a blanket on Caribbean sands - on Miami Beach.
Record Low Rocky Snowpack Possible
Fast-melting West Slope snow could drain rivers and shorten the trout season.