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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.
Expect $4 Gas
The top federal transportation official looks to the future, and sees the cost of gas rising.
Cities Lead Way On Climate
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg emerges as a must-hear voice on sustainability.
Justice In The Amazon
The killer of a nun who fought ranchers to preserve Brazilian rainforest gets 30 years.
School Bus Co. Sued Over Toxic Exhaust
Laidlaw accused of hiding just how unsafe school bus exhaust is for the child passengers.
Environmentalists Blast Bush Gas Plan
Reacting to the Supreme Court's recent ruling, Bush said his administration would cut consumption of gasoline.
World Mayors Seek Climate Solutions
Delegates at the C40 Large Cities Climate Summit get down to business today.
States Challenge 'Trivial' Mileage Rules
A coalition of states and environmental groups took the federal government to court yesterday to argue for strict fuel economy standards.
L.A.'s Thin But Bold Climate Plan
L.A.'s mayor wants to cut greenhouse gas emissions without burdening residents
Climate Clock Is Ticking
A new report says the world has just five years to act if it is to avoid the worst consequences of global warming.
Lexus Hybrid Gets Mixed Review
The new Lexus hybrid drives fine but doesn't get great gas mileage
A Call For Nanotech Safety
The NRDC published a regulatory framework for the tiny particles that are already used in 500 products.
Common Chemicals And Breast Cancer
Reducing unborn and newborn babies' exposure to common chemicals may help avoid disease.
The Next Food Craze: Hemp?
Hemp is staged for a leap from niche to mainstream, as food makers get a taste for the plant's nutritious (not psychedelic) seed, oil and flour.
The Greenest Non-Candidate
A bold national energy policy from a big city mayor, but is he running for president?
Wildfire Rage Continues
Droughts fuel fires, and take a bite out of the Florida orange crop.
A Cheap Solution To Coal's Carbon Problem
Researchers try to strip carbon from coal, to clean up the cheap domestic fuel.
Guster To Headline Earthfest
Boston's annual Earthfest concert will feature the band that has blended music with an earth-friendly message.
Four Steps To Organic Motherhood
Raising a baby in a toxin-free environment is getting easier, as mainstream outlets offer more organic products.
Honda Sees Hydrogen Future - Now
Honda will sell a limited number of hydrogen fuel-cell cars in 2008.
Could Blair's 2nd Act Mirror Gore's?
Maybe Tony Blair should be the world's top environmental cop.
Plastic Bag Ban Boom
Oakland is poised to join San Francisco, and probably Berkeley as the third Californian city to ban plastic bags.
Silicon Valley's Next Act
Silicon Valley envisions the next technological business boom in the green sector.
Expect More Intense Wildfires In A Warmer World
Climate change creates conditions for more intense wildfires, but no weather event is proof positive of global warming.
False Fish Sold As Sushi
An investigation finds red snapper is often not red snapper, raising questions about other labels.
Home Depot Backs Pitt's Green Project
Pitt's green New Orleans project wins a big jolt of of money from the retailer.
Congress Considers Coal Cars
It's cheap, it's abundant, and apparently, it can turned into liquid fuel. But is coal really a fuel of the future?
Web Of Life Gets Its Own Web Site
The Encyclopedia of Life aims to catalog every species that walks the Earth.