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The Future Of Offshore Oil
The future of offshore oil drilling in the U.S. is uncertain, as advocates seek a reinstatement of the offshore oil drilling ban that took effect near the end of the Bush Administration.
Stimulus Compromise Still Looks Green
The economic stimulus poised to pass Congress retains $100 billion for clean energy and other environmental projects that will sustain or create jobs, and help build a more sustainable economy built on renewable energy.
Global Warming Pushing Birds Hundreds of Miles North
A new study by the Audubon Society finds that most birds in North America are migrating northward because of global warming.
What Does It Mean to Be a Sustainable Consumer?
What does it mean to be a sustainable consumer? The Daily Green and eBay want to hear your ideas.
Australia's Worst-Ever Wildfires Spurred On By Arson ... and Global Warming
The deadly wildfires in Australia, the worst wildfires in Australia's history, are the product of both arson and a larger crime, global warming.
More Global Warming Warning Signs From the Ends of the Earth
New data from Australia to the Arctic shows how global warming is already having an effect on the Earth.
Global Warming Could Erase California's Farms
Obama's Energy Secretary Stephen Chu minces no words about global warming. By the end of the century, the nation's "salad bowl" could be a dust bowl as California's agriculture dries up by the end of the century.
10 New Species of Amphibians Discovered in Colombia
10 New species of amphibians discovered in Columbia: See photos of the frogs and salamanders that Conservation International discovered in the wilds of Columbia.
Do These Common Chemicals Cause Infertility?
Study: PFOS and PFOA, used to make everything from clothing to cookware, may make it harder for women to become pregnant.
(Another) Record Heat Wave in Australia
Record heat waves and droughts are again baking Australia, possibly due to global warming.
Real People Driving Real Cars Save 10% On Gas
Drivers using a new device were served real time data about their driving habits and fuel consumption, and as a result they reformed bad habits to save gas and money.
Scientists Bring Unprecedented Attention to Ocean Acidification
Monaco Declaration: "Urgent action" needed to reduce carbon emissions, stop ocean acidification -- and save ocean life as we know it.
Economic Recovery Bill: $100 Billion for Environment and Energy
While the House passed a massive $818 billion economic recovery bill with about $1 in every $8 for job-creating clean energy initiatives, the Senate's even bigger bill could include big incentives for the coal and nuclear power industries.
New Research Adds to Indictments Against Bisphenol A and Phthalates
More research links Phthalates and Bisphenol A, hormone-mimicking chemicals found in cosmetics, air fresheners, plastics and other common household products, to health problems.
6 Crucial Transportation Priorities for the New Obama Administration
Ray LaHood, Obama's Transportation Secretary, has a lot of work ahead with transportation policy, from boosting car gas mileage standards to battling congestion, funding mass transit, sticking up to the highway lobby and more.
Even If We Act, Global Warming Will Continue for 1,000 Years
Even if we do something dramatic about global warming today, the climate will continue changing for 1,000 years or more because of the built-up greenhouse gases.
6 Principles of Alicia Silverstone's 'Kind Diet'
Alicia Silverstone shares her diet secrets, along with vegan recipes from her book, The Kind Diet. Try recipes from Alicia Silverstone, one of the most beautiful vegan celebrities.
Global Warming Falls to Bottom of Priorities
A recent survey places the economy and jobs as Americans' top priority for 2009. Will green jobs change Americans' perspectives?
Forests Dying Two Times Faster, Thanks to Global Warming
Forests in the West are dying at twice the rate they once did, due to global warming. And that rate of death could lead to additional warming.
Obama's Day One: Stop Bush's Anti-Environment Agenda
By halting Bush Administration rules and putting energy and environment front and center, Obama is setting a new tone.
In Antarctica, a Massive Ice Shelf Is Nearing Collapse
The Wilkins Ice Shelf is nearing collapse in Antarctica due to global warming, and it could speed the melting of glaciers, which would increase sea level.
Study: Breathing Clean Air Adds Months to Your Life
Breathing clean air is extending people's lives by as much as five months.
Is the Global Warming Conspiracy Theory Gaining Strength?
Climate science skeptics have found a home on the Web, but now we have a scientist-in-chief in President Obama. Who will win the public over on the issue of global warming?
Another Link Between Pollution and Diabetes
Could sooty air have caused the obesity epidemic? One new study suggests that air pollution triggers obesity in rats with bad diets.
In Historic Inaugural Address, Obama Pledges to Take on Global Warming
In his inaugural address, President Obama pledged to bring the country together to face dire threats, including the economy, two wars, terrorism and global warming.
Friday's Question: Should Taxpayers Pay Cash for Clunkers?
Questions of the day: What should Obama do on Day One?
Congratulations, Obama! (Now, Plant an Organic Garden)
The Obamas are being urged to plant an organic garden, go local and vegetarian, set up a clothesline, install solar panels and a range of other things as advocates hope to gain a high-profile example of green living.
Top 10 Food Sources of Potassium
The top sources of potassium include some surprises. Several potassium-rich foods exceed bananas. See the 10 greatest potassium foods.
What's Your Green Personality?
What's your green personality? Take this fun personality quiz and find out how you really feel about going green.
Study: Alcohol Sin Taxes Work
A new study suggests alcohol taxes are the most effective way to reduce drinking. Does that mean we should tax plastic bags, soda and other things to improve obesity, fight global warming and solve other societal ills?
Steven Chu on Global Warming in His Own Words: Tipping Points, Adaptation, Feedback Loops and Other Candor
President elect Obama's choice for Energy Secretary, Steven Chu, discusses in this video message the threat of global warming, the need to confront the challenge, and some elements of a solution.
Keeping Pesticides Out of Schools
The EPA is launching a new effort to reduce the incidence of pest infestations, and of toxic pesticide use, in America's schools through the use of IPM, or integrated pest management.
Your Responses to Yesterday's Question: What Keeps You from Going Green?
Questions of the day: What keeps you from being green? Is a "cash for clunkers" bailout for SUV drivers a good idea?
Who Deserves an 'Earth Award'?
Neri Oxman won the Earth Awards, presented by ecoStyle and the Malaysian government. Nine other finalists also developed innovative solutions for environmental problems.
Three New Scary Global Warming Charts
Just how warm was it in 2008? And is the Arctic sea ice refreezing fast enough to avert another record melt? The answers are in three new global warming charts showing 2008 temperature relative to historical averages
Survey: Saving Money and Doing the Right Thing Drive Green Choices
A survey shows most people in America want to do more to reduce global warming and improve energy efficiency, but cost is a common barrier. What keeps you from doing more? Tell us.
Will Obama's Team Boost Childhood Health?
As research piles up about the importance of early childhood nutrition, and the risks of early childhood toxic exposure, the need for progressive government policies mounts. Obama's cabinet picks, like Daschle, Vilsack and Gupta, will have to be on t
Why Thinking Long-Term on Energy Makes Economic Recovery Sense
Obama should listen to economists like Paul Krugman and plan more long-term investments as part of the economic recovery.
Study: Vicks VapoRub Clogs the Lungs
Applying Vicks VapoRub to an infant or toddler, particularly, is likely to cause more harm than good, according to new research that shows it increases, not decreases, production of mucous.
How to Choose a Safe, Nontoxic Baby Crib
Ask an Organic Mom blogger Alexandra Zissu offers advice on choosing a sustainable, safe, nontoxic baby crib.
Everything You Need for a Green Valentine's Day
Creative gift ideas for Valentine's Day: green gifts, including organic and fair trade chocolates, biodynamic and organic wine, organic flowers, green lingerie, natural soy candles and much more.
Green Predictions for 2009: Natalie Portman, $5 Gas (and Collecting String?)
Green predictions for fuel, celebrities, gas prices and more for 2009.
Bush Stakes Claim to Arctic Oil and Gas
President Bush is claiming U.S. rights to big portions of the Arctic, setting the stage for future oil and gas development there, as global warming continues to melt Arctic sea ice. But is it good strategy?
3,125 Square Miles of New Parks, Trails, Scenic Rivers and Wilderness
The Senate is close to approving a big bill that will preserve more than 2 million acres of wilderness, affecting nearly every state in the U.S.
Win Smooth Stick Organic Lip Balm from eos!
5 lucky winners will win organic lip balm from eos!
Yes, It's Cold. No, That Doesn't Mean Global Warming Is Bogus
Don't mix up weather and climate. 12 are dead in a European cold snap, and icy wind is freezing much of the U.S. ... But it's still getting warmer, overall. Global warming is still real.
Economic Recovery Job One: Energy Overhaul
President elect Barack Obama laid out the outline of an economic recovery plan, and it includes as job one investment in a "clean energy economy" with green jobs, renewable energy and energy efficiency as priorities.
Bush Punts Fuel Economy Standards to Obama
The Bush Administration has stalled efforts to improve the environmental performance and fuel efficiency of the nation's vehicle fleet. In its last move, it punted the requirement to upgrade fuel economy standards to the Obama Administration.
Pope Benedict XVI: Beware "Poisons and Pollution"
Pope Benedict used stronger language than in the past to renew his call for the world to protect the earth's resources and to stop being so greedy and materialistic.
Bush Protects Vast Tracts of Ocean
President Bush has protected two vast tracts of marine wilderness in the oceans, preventing commercial fishing, mining and other activities, in an effort to shore up his dismal environmental legacy.