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March 12th, 2009

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 12:55, Category: General



CNET News

Bay Area activis! t to advise Obama on green jobs
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
Bay Area environmental activist and author Van Jones will join the Obama administration as adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation, the White House Council on Environmental Quality announced Tuesday. Jones, 40, is the founder of Green for All ...
Green-jobs activist to serve Obama administration CNET News
Van Jones Discusses Environmental Concerns in Low-I! ncome an d ... Civilrights.org
Obama's 'green jobs handyman' ready to serve New York Times
Environment News Service - Facing South
all 132 news articles
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Boston Globe

Obama backs corn ethanol, but urges biofuels variety
DesMoinesRegister.com, IA
The ethanol industry last week petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to raise the limit on ethanol in gasoline to as much as 15 percent, up from the current cap of 10 percent. Ethanol groups told the agency that the 10 percent limit was "a ...
Ethanol producers lobby to raise blending percentage CNET News
Motor makers wary of ethanol increase Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
USDA chief backs boost of ethanol blend in gasoline Reuters
The Associated Press - Zanesville Times Recorder
all 318 news articles
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Reuters

EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases
USA Today
By Pau l Davidson, USA TODAY In a move that paves the way for sweeping global-warming regulation, the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed requiring major US industries to measure their greenhouse gas emissions. ...
EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions New York Times
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA proposes GHG reporting as first step toward carbon tax Examiner.com
Bloomberg - Enviro! nmental Data Interactive
< a class=p href=http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&ned=us&ie=ISO-8859-1&ncl=1313296557>all 790 news articles
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Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental advocacy group has opened an office in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...

Push for new high-speed rail line between Des Moines & Chicago Radio Iowa
all 75 news articles
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By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 12:07, Category: General



Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental advocacy group has opened an office in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...
Push for new high-speed rail line between Des Moines & Chicago Radio Iowa
all 75 news articles
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New West

Citizens defend process of environmental review
Great Falls Tribune, MT
By JOHN S. ADAMS Tribune Capitol Bureau • March 12, 2009 HELENA — A bill that would exempt air quality permits from review under Montana's bedrock environmen! tal law met stiff opposition from some Great Falls-area residents on Wednesday. ...
Are Montana Democrats Ignoring the Environment This Session? New West
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World laps up environmental fish stories
Calgary Herald,  Canada
By Don Braid, Calgary HeraldMarch 12, 2009 3:01 AM The oilsands have become a giant magnifying glass that inflates every environmental event into sheer horror. If ducks die, waste is dumped, or a fish seems oddly formed, all Alberta is home to "dark ...
Oilsands companies after human waste dumped in river Canada.com
Stelmach hit by Suncor smear Edmonton Sun
Suncor faces charges for illegal waste dumping Metro Canda - Edmonton
TheChro nicleHerald.ca - CBC.ca
all 67 news articles
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Reuters

Ozone Pollution Taking Toll on American Lives
U.S. News & World Report, DC
"This is one of the first studies w! here we've been able to report separate independent effect! from bo th particulate matter and ozone," said lead researcher Michael Jerrett, an associate professor of environmental health sciences at the School of Public ...
Ozone pollution amplifies risk of fatal respiratory illnesses USA Today
Air Pollution Dangerous, but Deadly? WebMD
The Danger of Living With Ozone Science Magazine (subscription)
Chicago Tribune - Medical News Today
all 79 news articles
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Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports
The Associated Press
Democratic lawmakers have criticized the regulation, and a dozen states have sued the Environmental Protection Agency arguing it reduces the information available to the public about chemical hazards in their communities. Sen. Frank Laut! enberg, DN. ...
Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports LocalNews8.com
TRI Restored OMB Watch
Stricter chemical release law OK'd Denver Post
PolitickerNJ
all 128 news articles
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Boston Globe

Obama backs corn ethanol, but urges biofuels variety
DesMoinesRegister.com, IA
The ethanol industry last week petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to raise the limit on ethanol in ! gasoline to as much as 15 percent, up from the current cap of ! 10 perce nt. Ethanol groups told the agency that the 10 percent limit was "a ...
Ethanol producers lobby to raise blending percentage CNET News
Motor makers wary of ethanol increase Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
USDA chief backs boost of ethanol blend in gasoline Reuters
The Associated Press - Zanesville Times Recorder
all 318 news articles
Read More....


Reuters

EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases
USA Today
By Paul Davidson, USA TODAY In a move that paves the way for sweeping global-warming regulation, the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed requiring major US industries to measure their greenhouse gas emissions. ...
EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions New York Times
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA proposes GHG reporting as first step toward carbon tax Examiner.com
Bloomberg - Environmental Data Interactive
all 790 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 11:00, Category: General



Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental advocacy group has opened an office in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...
Push for new high-speed rail line between Des Moines & Chicago Radio Iowa
all 75 news articles
Read More....


CNET News

Bay Area activist to advise Obama on green jobs
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
Bay Area environmental activist and author Van Jones will join the Obama administration as adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation, the White House Council on Environmental Quality announced Tuesday. Jones, 40, is the! founder of Green for All ...
Van Jones Discusses Environmental Concerns in Low-Income and ... Civilrights.org
Green-jobs activist to serve Obama administration CNET News
Obama's 'green! jobs h andyman' ready to serve New York Times
Environment News Service - Facing South
all 131 news articles
Read More....


Grace defense puts medical expert in hot seat
Seattle Times, United States
Dr. Aubrey Miller underwent an intense cross-examination by attorney David Bernick, one day after giving a sweeping assessment of the US Environmental Protection Agency's arrival and response to Libby's deadly asbestos contamination. ...
Top government witness testifies of continuing hazard in Libby; WR ... Seattle Post Intelligencer
Medical expert testifies on Libby asbestos data Helena Independent Record
Montana Students Twitter ‘Grace Case’ Wall Street Journal Blogs
Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center - Great Falls Tribune
all 66 news articles
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The Southern Ledger

INSIDE WASHINGTON: Probe finds health risks missed
The Associated Press
It frequently faces residents who expect environmental answers for a host of illnesses, which science can't always provide. But the agency's critics also include some of its own scientists, including toxicologist Christopher De Rosa, who told Congress ...
Federal Agency Fails to Protect People from Toxic Pollution ... Attorney at Law
Probe finds health risks missed WLOS
Toxic Communities Shafted by Health Agency, Report Shows OMB Watch
all 127 news articles
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Town pursues environmental review of dorms
Poughkeepsie Journal, NY
By Michael Valkys • Poughkeepsie Journal • March 12, 2009 The Town of Poughkeepsie plans to challenge Dutchess Community College's effort to oversee the environmental review for its proposed 450-student dormitory complex off Cottage Road. ...
Read More....


Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports
The Associated Press
Democratic lawmakers have criticized the regulation, and a dozen states have sued the Environmental Protection Agency arguing it reduces the information available to the public about chemical hazards in their communities. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, DN. ...
Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports LocalNews8.com
TRI Restored OMB Watch
Stricter chemical release law OK'd Denver Post
PolitickerNJ
all 128 news articles
Read More....


MyFoxOrlando.com

'Most wanted' Utahn wounded in Florida shooting
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
He fled before sentencing and was placed on the Environmental Protection Agency's most wanted list. The EPA said its agents and local sheriff's deputies attempted to arrest Baggett on Tuesday in Monroe County, Fla. Baggett appeared at the door pointing ...
EPA officials shoot federal fugitive in Fla. MiamiHerald.com
Tip leads to Utah man in Florida wanted by EPA WWSB ABC 7
Cops: Utah man shot in face, stomach when he tries to resist ... KeysNet
Denver Post - MiamiHerald.com
all 97 news articles
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Washington Post

Obama backs corn ethanol, but urges biofuels variety
DesMoinesRegister.com, IA
The ethanol industry last week petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to raise the limit on ethanol in gasoline to as much as 15! percent, up from the current cap of 10 percent. Ethanol groups told the agency that the 10 percent limit was "a ...
Ethanol producers lobby to raise blending percentage CNET News
Motor makers wary of ethanol increase Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
USDA chief ba! cks boos t of ethanol blend in gasoline Reuters
The Associated Press - Zanesville Times Recorder
all 318 news articles
Read More....


USA Today

Oz! one dang er called grave
Chicago Tribune, United States
Environmental scientists already knew that dramatic increases in ozone during periods of heavy pollution cause short-term effects, such as asthma attacks, more hospitalizations and deaths from heart attacks. But the 18-year study of nearly a ...
Ozone Pollution Taking Toll on American Lives U.S. News & World Report
Ozone pollution amplifies risk of fatal respiratory illnesses USA Today
Air Pollution Dangerous, but Deadly? WebMD
Science Magazine (subscription) - EurekAlert (press release)
! all 72 news articles
Read More....


stv.tv

EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases
USA Today
By Paul Davidson, USA TODAY In a move that paves the way for sweeping global-warming regulation, the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed requiring major US industries to measure their greenhouse gas emissions. ...
EPA Proposes Trac! king Ind ustry Emissions New York Times
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA proposes GHG reporting as first step toward carbon tax Examiner.com
Bloomberg - Environmental Data Interactive
all 790 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 9:55, Category: General



Town pursues environmental review of dorms
Poughkeepsie Journal, NY
By Michael Valkys • Poughkeepsie Journal • March 12, 2009 The Town of Poughkeepsie plans to challenge Dutchess Community College's effort to oversee the environmental review for its proposed 450-student dormitory complex off Cottage Road. ...
Read More....


Grace defense puts medical expert in hot seat
Seattle Times, United States
Dr. Aubrey Miller underwent an intense cross-examination by attorney David Bernick, one day after giving a sweeping assessment of the US Environmental Protection Agency's arrival and response to Libby's deadly asbestos contamination. ...
Top government witness testifies of continuing hazard in Libby; WR ... Seattle Post Intelligencer
Medical expert testifies on Libby asbestos data Helena Independent Record
Montana Students Twitter ‘! Grace Case’ Wall Street Journal Blogs
Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center - Great Falls Tribune
all 66 news articles
Read More....


CBC.ca

Ozone danger called grave
Chicago Tribune, United States
Environmental scientists already knew that dramatic increases in ozone during periods of heavy pollution cause short-term effects, such as asthma attacks, more hospitalizations and deaths from heart attacks. But the 18-year study of nearly a ...
Ozone Pollution Taking Toll on American Lives U.S. News & World Report
Ozone pollution! amplifi es risk of fatal respiratory illnesses USA Today
Air Pollution Dangerous, but Deadly? WebMD
Science Magazine (subscription) - EurekAlert (press release)all 69 news articles
Read More....


Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental! adv ocacy group has opened an office in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...

Push for new high-speed rail line between Des Moines & Chicago Radio Iowa
all 75 news articles
Read More....

Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports
The Associated Press
Democratic lawmakers have criticized the regulation, and a dozen states have sued the Environmental Protection Agency arguing it reduces the information available to the public about chemical hazards in their communities. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, DN. ...
Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports LocalNews8.com
TRI Restored OMB Watch
Stricter chemical release law OK'd Denver Post
PolitickerNJ
all 128 news articles
Read More....


MyFoxOrlando.com

'Most wanted' Utahn wounded in Florida shooting
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
He fled before sentencing and was placed on the Environmental Protection Agency's most wanted list. The EPA said its agents and local sheriff's deputies attempted to arrest Baggett on Tuesday in Monroe County, Fla. Baggett appeared at the door pointing ...
EPA officials shoot federal fugitive in Fla. MiamiHerald.com
Tip leads to Utah man in Florida wanted by EPA WWSB ABC 7
Cops: Utah man shot in face, stomach when he tries to resist ... KeysNet
Denver Post - MiamiHerald.com
all 95 news articles
Read More....


MiamiHerald.com

Obama backs corn ethanol, but urges biofuels variety
DesMoinesRegister.com, IA
The ethanol industry last week petitioned the Environmental Prot! ection Agency to raise the limit on ethanol in gasoline to as ! much as 15 percent, up from the current cap of 10 percent. Ethanol groups told the agency that the 10 percent limit was "a ...
Ethanol producers lobby to raise blending percentage CNET News
Motor makers wary of ethanol increase Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
USDA chief backs boost of ethanol blend in gasoline Reuters
The Associated Press - Zanesville Times Recorder
all 318 news articles
Read More....


Scientific American

EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases
USA Today
By Paul Davidson, USA TODAY In a move that paves the way for sweeping global-warming regulation, the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed requiring major US industries to measure their greenhouse gas emissions. ...
EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions New York Times
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA proposes GHG reporting as first step toward carbon tax Examiner.com
Land Line Magazine - Environmental Data Interactive
all 795 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 9:00, Category: General



CNET News

Bay Area activist to! advise Obama on green jobs
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
Bay Area environmental activist and author Van Jones will join the Obama administration as adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation, the White House Council on Environmental Quality announced Tuesday. Jones, 40, is the founder of Green for All ...
Van Jones Discusses Environmental Concerns in Low-Income and ... Civilrights.org
Green-jobs activist to serve Ob! ama admi nistration CNET News
Obama's 'green jobs handyman' ready to serve New York Times
Environment News Service - Facing South
all 127 news articles
Read More....


MyFoxOrlando.com

'Most wanted' Utahn wounded in Florida shooting
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
He fled before sentencing and was placed on the Environmental Protection Agency's most wanted list. The EPA said its agents and local sheriff's deputies attempted to arrest Baggett on Tuesday in Monroe County, Fla. Baggett appeared at the door pointing ...
EPA officials shoot federal fugitive in Fla. MiamiHerald.com
Tip leads to Utah man in Florida wanted by EPA WWSB ABC 7
Cops: Utah man shot in face, stomach when he tries to resist ... KeysNet
Denver Post - MiamiHerald.com
all 95 news articles
Read More....


Boston Globe

Ethanol producers lobby to raise blending percentage
CNET News, CA
by Liane Yvkoff Facing a glut of ethanol and few buyers, Growth Energy, an organization that represents several ethanol producers, petitioned the Environmental Prote! ction Agency to increase the amount of ethanol that can be ble! nded int o gasoline, ...
Motor makers wary of ethanol increase Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
USDA chief backs boost of ethanol blend in gasoline Reuters
Vilsack: US should boost et! hanol blend in gasoline The Associated Press
Zanesville Times Recorder - istockAnalyst.com (press release)
all 317 news articles
Read More....


Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental advocacy group has opened an office in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...
Push for new high-speed rail line between Des Moines & Chicago Radio Iowa
all 71 news articles
Read More....


Town pursues environmental review of dorms
Poughkeepsie Journal, NY
By Michael Valkys • Poughkeepsie Journal • March 12, 2009 The Town of Poughkeepsie plans to challenge Dutchess Community College's effort to oversee the environmental review for its proposed 450-student dormitory complex off Cottage Road. ...
Read More....


The Southern Ledger

INSIDE WASHINGTON: Probe finds health risks missed
The Associated Press
It frequently faces residents who expect environmental answers for a host of illnes! ses, which science can't always provide. But the agency! 9;s crit ics also include some of its own scientists, including toxicologist Christopher De Rosa, who told Congress ...
Federal Agency Fails to Protect People from Toxic Pollution ... Attorney at Law
Probe finds health risks missed WLOS
Toxic Communities Shafted by Health Agency, Report Shows OMB Watch
all 127 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 7:55, Category: General



Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports
The Associated Press
Democratic lawmakers have criticized the regulation, and a dozen states have sued the Environmental Protection Agency arguing it reduces the information available to the public about chemical hazards in their communities. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, DN. ...
TRI Restored OMB Watch
SENATE PASSES LAUTENBERG MEASURE TO OVERTURN DANGEROUS BUSH RULE ... PolitickerNJ
Stricter chemical release law OK'd Denver Post
all 55 news articles
Read More....


Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental advocacy group has opened an office ! in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...
Push for new high-speed rail line between Des Moines & Chicago Radio Iowa
all 71 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 3:55, Category: General



New York Times

EPA seeks review of Bush smog standards
New York Times, United States
Justice Department attorneys on behalf of EPA yesterday asked (pdf) the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to vacate the briefing schedule for a lawsuit in which a coalition of states and environmental and health groups is suing ...
EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases USA Today
EPA’S Lisa Perez Jackson Takes the Lead to Save Our Planet Washington Informer
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
Examiner.com - New York Times
all 798 news articles
Read More....


Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports
The Associated Press
Democratic lawmakers have criticized the regulation, and a dozen states have sued the Environmental Protection Agency arguing it reduces the information available to the public about chemical hazards in their communities. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, DN. ...
TRI Restored OMB Watch
SENATE PASSES LAUTENBERG MEASURE TO OVERTURN DANGEROUS BUSH RULE ... PolitickerNJ
all 52 news articles
Read More....


Enterprise Rent-A-Car Expands Atlanta Rideshare! Service s
MSNBC
ATLANTA, GA - Enterprise Rent-A-Car is expanding its Rideshare services in the Atlanta metro area, providing environmental benefits and a hassle-free, cost-saving transportation alternative. According to a 2008 ranking by Forbes magazine, ...
Read More....


MyFoxOrlando.com

First from EPA environmental fugitive list nabbed
The Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Authorities in Florida shot and wounded one of the country's most wanted environmental crime fugitives after the Salt Lake City man pointed a loaded rifle them, a sheriff's official said. Larkin Baggett, 53, was shot twice ! after ...
'Most wanted' Utahn wounded in Florida shooting Salt Lake Tribune
EPA officials shoot federal fugitive in Fla. MiamiHerald.com
Tip leads to Utah man in Florida wanted by EPA WWSB ABC 7
KeysNet - ABC 4
all 91 news articles
Read More....


Boston Globe

Ethanol producers lobby to raise blending percentage
CNET New! s, CA
by Liane Yvkoff Facing a glut of ethanol and few buyers, Growth Energy, an organization that represents several ethanol producers, petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to increase the amount of ethanol that can be blended into gasoline, ...
Motor makers wary of ethanol increase Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
USDA chief backs boost of ethanol blend in gasoline Reuters
Vilsack: US should boost ethanol blend in gasoline The Associated Press
Zanesville Times Recorder - Wheeling News Register
all 317 news articles
Read More....


Sustainability Ninja

Finally Standards for Coal Ash ... Just in Time?
Huffington Post, NY
On Monday, while the Environmental Protection Agency sought information from electric companies about their coal waste disposal practices, a new crisis was bubbling up. A pipe from a paper mill in Maryland broke open, leaking potentially toxic fly ash ...
Potomac River mostly spared ! from Md. fly ash spill The Associated Press
EPA announces action to prevent coal ash releases Water Technology Online
EPA Will Regulate, Inspect Coal Ash Ponds WFPL
Scra nton Times - Baltimore Sun
all 215 news articles
Read More....


Environmental group pushes expanded rail service
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - A Midwestern environmental advocacy group has opened an office in Iowa as it pushes for expanded rail service across the region. Howard Learner, president of the Environmental Law and Policy Center, says efforts will focus on rail ...
Read More....


< div class=lh>Grace defense puts medical expert in hot seat
Seattle Times, United States
Dr. Aubrey Miller underwent an intense cross-examination by attorney David Bernick, one day after giving a sweeping assessment of the US Environmental Protection Agency's arrival and response to Libby's deadly asbestos contamination. ...
Top government witness testifies of continuing hazard in L! ibby; WR ... Seattle Post Intelligencer
Medical expert testifies on Libby asbestos data Helena Independent Record
Montana Students Twitter ‘Grace Case’ Wall Street Journal Blogs
Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center - Great Falls Tribune
all 62 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 2:55, Category: General



stv.tv

EPA seeks review of Bush smog standards
New York Times, United States
Justice Department attorneys on behalf of EPA yesterday asked (pdf) the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to vacate the briefing schedule for a lawsuit in which a coalition of states and environmental and health groups is suing ...
EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases USA Today
EPA’S Lisa Perez Jackson Takes the Lead to Save Our Planet Washington Informer
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
Examiner.com - ! New York Times
all 803 news articles
Read More....


CBC.ca

Low-level ozone exposure found to be lethal over time
Los Angeles Times, CA
Environmental scientists already knew that increases in ozone during periods of heavy pollution caused short-term effects, such as asthma attacks, increased hospitalizations and deaths from heart attacks. But the 18-year stu! dy of nearly half a million ...
Ozone Pollution Taking Toll on American Lives U.S. News & World Report
Air Pollution Dangerous, but Deadly? WebMD
Ozone pollution amplifies risk of! fatal r espiratory illnesses USA Today
Science Magazine (subscription) - CTV.ca
all 44 news articles
Read More....


MyFoxOrlando.com

First from EPA environmental fugitive list nabbed
The Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Authorities in Florida shot and wounded one of the country's most wanted environmental crime fugitives after the Salt Lake City man pointed a loaded rifle them, a sheriff's official said. Larkin Baggett, 53, was shot twice after ...
'Most wanted' Utahn wounded in Florida shooting Salt Lake Tribune
EPA officials shoot federal fugitive in Fla. MiamiHerald.com
Tip leads to Utah man in Florida wanted by EPA WWSB ABC 7
KeysNet - ABC 4
all 91 news articles
Read More....


CNET News

Bay Area activist to advise Obama on green jobs
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
Bay Area environmental activist and author Van Jones will join the Obama administration as adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation, the White House Council on Environmental Quality announced Tuesday. Jones, 40, is the founder of Green for All ...
Van Jon es Discusses Environmental Concerns in Low-Income and ... Civilrights.org
Green-jobs activist to serve Obama administration CNET News
Obama's 'green jobs handyman' ready to serve New York Times
Environment News Service - Facing South
all 126 news articles
Read More....


Sustainability Ninja

Finally Standards for Coal Ash ... Just in Time?
Huffington Post, NY!
On Monday, while the Environmental Protection Agency sought information from electric companies about their coal waste disposal practices, a new crisis was bubbling up. A pipe from a paper mill in Maryland broke open, leaking potentially toxic fly ash ...
Potomac River mostly spared from Md. fly ash spill The Associated Press
EPA announces action to prevent coal ash releases Water Technology Online
EPA Will Regulate, Inspect Coal Ash Ponds WFPL
Scranton Times - Cumberland Times-News
all 215 n! ews articles
Read More....


Enterprise Rent-A-Car Expands Atlanta Rideshare Services
MSNBC
ATLANTA, GA - Enterprise Rent-A-Car is expanding its Rideshare services in the Atlanta metro area, providing environmental benefits and a hassle-free, cost-saving tr! ansportation alternative. According to a 2008 ranking by Forbe! s magazi ne, ...
Read More....


Spending bill removes Bush limits on toxic reports
The Associated Press
Democratic lawmakers have criticized the regulation, and a dozen states have sued the Environmental Protection Agency arguing it reduces the information available ! to the public about chemical hazards in their communities. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, DN. ...
TRI Restored OMB Watch
SENATE PASSES LAUTENBERG MEASURE TO OVERTURN DANGEROUS BUSH RULE ... PolitickerNJ
all 52 news articles
Read More....


Grace defense puts medical expert in hot seat
Seattle Times, United States
Dr. Aubrey Miller underwent an intense cross-examination by attorney David Bernick, one day after giving a sweeping assessment of the US Environmental Protection Agency's arrival and response t! o Libby's deadly asbestos contamination. ...
Top government witness testifies of continuing hazard in Libby; WR ... Seattle Post Intelligencer
Medical expert testifies on Libby asbestos data Helena Independent Record
Montana Students Twitter ‘Grace Case’ Wall Street Journal Blogs
Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center - Great Falls Tribune
all 62 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 12th, 2009, 0:03, Category: General



Straits Times

The Walt Disney Company - An example in environmental stewardship ...
Examiner.com
Earlier this week, the Walt Disney Company announced a landmark set of strategic environmental goals and challenging 3 to 5 year targets to reduce emissions, waste, electricity and fuel use, and its impact on water and ecosystems. ...
Disney Sets Colossal Environmental Plans For The Future Ecorazzi
Disney Aims for Zero Carbon Emissions, Zero Waste in New ... GreenerBuildings
PRESS RELEASE: The Walt Disney Company Announces Significant Long ... CNNMoney.com
CNBC - Energy Efficiency News
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