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Northern Rockies Wolves are safe for now Northern Rockies Wolves are safe for now
[ Apr 10, 2011 - Share ]
A federal judge on Saturday rejected a plan negotiated between the government and wildlife advocates to remove most wolves in the Northern Rockies from the Endangered Species List
Cancer cause or crop aid Monsanto-developed herbicide glyphosate faces big test Cancer cause or crop aid Monsanto-developed herbicide glyphosate faces big test
[ Apr 10, 2011 - Share ]
Critics say it's a chemical that could cause infertility or cancer, while others see it speeding the growth of super weeds and causing worrying changes to plants and soil. Backers say it is safe and has made a big contribution to food production
WM  Johnson   Johnson  Dupont Tackle Medical Waste Recycling WM Johnson Johnson Dupont Tackle Medical Waste Recycling
[ Apr 10, 2011 - Share ]
Plastic has long made a huge difference in the medical industry with a staring role in the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases. With the benefits, of course, come massive amounts of waste, from single use syringes to inhalers to dialysis tubing. Meanwhile plastic is integral to the entire medical industry’s supply chain, and demand will only surge as the population ages
700 000-Ton Cleanup Settlement Reached in Jersey City Toxic Chromium Case 700 000-Ton Cleanup Settlement Reached in Jersey City Toxic Chromium Case
[ Apr 10, 2011 - Share ]
NEWARK (April 6, 2011) — PPG Industries has agreed to clean-up of one of the largest remaining sites contaminated with cancer-causing hexavalent chromium in New Jersey. The cleanup is estimated to cost PPG up to $600 million and remove an estimated 700,000 tons of chromium waste from a Jersey City neighborhood. The settlement stems from a 2009 citizen's lawsuit filed in federal court by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Interfaith Community Organization (ICO), and GRACO Community Organization (GRACO) on behalf of Jersey City residents who have been fighting for a comprehensive clean-up since the early 1980s
New Car Engine Sends Shock Waves Through Auto Industry New Car Engine Sends Shock Waves Through Auto Industry
[ Apr 10, 2011 - Share ]
Despite shifting into higher gear within the consumer's green conscience, hybrid vehicles are still tethered to the gas pump via a fuel-thirsty 100-year-old invention: the internal combustion engine
London Makes Plans to Turn Black Cabs Green London Makes Plans to Turn Black Cabs Green
[ Apr 10, 2011 - Share ]
Converting forms of public transportation over to green technology is a great way of reducing the carbon emissions in a particular metropolitan area. To this effect, many cities around the world have invested in buses that utilize either hybrid systems or fully renewable fuel sources. London in particular has been working on hybridizing their buses, but now has turned their attention to their famous black cabs
Hundreds of whales face slaughter as Norway s killing season resumes Hundreds of whales face slaughter as Norway s killing season resumes
[ Apr 6, 2011 - Share ]
Today is the official start of the whaling season in Norway. Norway is one of just three countries defying the 1986 international ban on commercial whaling. This moratorium on whaling was implemented by a qualifying majority of member states of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in attempt to put a stop to a hunting practice which was leading to the near extinction of several whale species
World Bank proposes to limit funding to coal plants World Bank proposes to limit funding to coal plants
[ Apr 6, 2011 - Share ]
Following years of criticism from environmentalists and some governments the World Bank has proposed new rules regarding carbon-intensive coal plants, reports the Guardian. The new rules would allow lending for coal-fired plants only to the world's poorest nations and would only lend after other alternatives, such as renewable energy, had been ruled out
Mangroves Among the Most Carbon-Rich Forests in the Tropics; Coastal Trees Key to Lowering Greenhouse Gases Mangroves Among the Most Carbon-Rich Forests in the Tropics; Coastal Trees Key to Lowering Greenhouse Gases
[ Apr 6, 2011 - Share ]
ScienceDaily (Apr. 4, 2011) — Coastal mangrove forests store more carbon than almost any other forest on Earth, according to a study conducted by a team of U.S. Forest Service and university scientists
Garden As If Your Life Depended On It  Because It Does | Food | AlterNet Garden As If Your Life Depended On It Because It Does | Food | AlterNet
[ Mar 30, 2011 - Share ]
There are at least five reasons why more of us should take up the spade, make some compost, and start gardening with a vengeance.
Earth Now a Windier World Earth Now a Windier World
[ Mar 30, 2011 - Share ]
The world is getting breezier, according to a new study, which found a slow but steady increase in top wind speeds across the oceans over the last 23 years
What is Green What is Green
[ Mar 30, 2011 - Share ]
Green science or products can be loosely defined as the term for any application of science, knowledge or technology towards improving the relationship between human technology involvement and the impact this has on the environment and natural resources. It is a broad category, in that it can cover many different facets of technology and human development
Obama to set ambitious goal to curb U.S. oil imports Obama to set ambitious goal to curb U.S. oil imports
[ Mar 30, 2011 - Share ]
President Barack Obama will set an ambitious goal on Wednesday to cut oil imports by a third over 10 years, focusing on energy security amid high gasoline prices that could stall the U.S. economic recovery
The Greatest Light Show on Earth: Northern Lights on display on world s stage The Greatest Light Show on Earth: Northern Lights on display on world s stage
[ Mar 30, 2011 - Share ]
Menominee Indians of Wisconsin believed them to be giant spirits of great hunters and fishermen. The Inuit of Alaska considered them incarnations of the seals, salmon and deer they hunted. The Romans named the Aurora Borealis after Aurora, the goddess of dawn. For centuries the Northern Lights have entranced civilizations with their beauty. That contiunes today as the AuroraMax project is giving people around the world the opportunity to see the lights live
Finding Puts New Emphasis on the Benefits of Jogging Finding Puts New Emphasis on the Benefits of Jogging
[ Mar 30, 2011 - Share ]
Since the fitness revolution, physical activity has been promoted as an effective way to combat obesity and heart disease. Currently, walking is the number one recommended activity among both the young and old. However, new research from the University of Bristol has found that running and jogging are also important for building strong bones in children. It has also found that gentle exercise like walking has little effect on bone strength, even over a longer period. Walking offers little protection against the risk of osteoporosis later in life
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