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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.
Whales Get 3-Day Weekend
Scientists will try once more to coax whales out from Sacramento River before the weekend.
China Chides U.S. Over Food Imports
China lashes out at U.S. companies for seeking the cheapest food available.
Noisy Cicadas Back In Action
Brood XIII promises noisy chatter throughout the Midwest.
NBC Aims To Set Green Standard
NBC will cut greenhouse gas emissions 3 percent and lessen the impact of TV and movie production.
'I Saw The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker'
The supposedly extinct bird has been seen, again, this time by an expert N.Y. birder.
World Meets Population Threshold: Most Now Live In Cities
More people live in cities now than rural countryside.
David Wolfe: The Week In Weather
Fewer Fruit and Nut Trees In A Warmer World
New TV Tech Spawns Trash Wave
The HD craze has compelled many to toss out the old tube, hazardous waste and all.
FDA Tests For Toxic Toothpaste
Regulators are testing toothpaste to ensure no poison found in Panama has reached the U.S.
Led Zep Could Reunite For Live Earth
The band's last tour, with two of three surviving members, was in 1994.
Gore Stumps ... For His Book
Gore's whistle stop tour is to promote his book, but also his antidote for what's ailing America.
How To Cut A City's CO2 By 80%
Berkeley plans a strict carbon diet for every resident.
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.