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March 13th, 2009

By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 17:54, Category: General



Washington Times

W.Va. bill puts freeze on coal slurry injection
MSNBC
Environmental groups and residents in communities near injection sites claim the slurry is leaking into groundwater and causing health problems. A call to the West Virginia Coal Association was not immediately returned Wednesday, but the group ...
Senator drinks 'coal slurry' to make a point Daily Mail - Charleston
DEP opposes selenium limit delay for coal companies ! Charleston Gazette
Bottoms Up: W.Va. Senator Drinks Homemade "Coal Waste" on Senate Floor WSAZ-TV
CounterPunch - Charleston Gazette
all 148 news articles
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New York Times

Environmental agency says Texas leads nation in production of coal ...
Dallas Morning News, TX
By RANDY LEE LOFTIS / The Dallas Morning News As the Environmental Protection Agency moves toward controlling coal ash waste from power plants, a new study finds Texas leading the nation in current and proposed production of the waste, which contains ...
Missouri among ‘Filthy 15,’ environmental group says News-Leader.com
Bistate area gets black eye on waste St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Legislation would regulate coal ash as hazardous waste Temple Daily Telegram
Wyoming Business Report - Kentucky.com
all 37 news articles
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AFP

Group finds carcinogens in bath products
USA Today
Formaldehyde — considered a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency, — ! is released as preservatives break down over time in a contain! er. Thir ty-two of 48 products contained 1,4-dioxane, also considered a probable human carcinogen by ...
Tests Indicate Toxins In Some Baby Products; Companies, FDA Disagree NBC4i.com
Children's Bath Products Contain Contaminants U.S. News & World Report
Probable Carcinogens Found in Baby Toiletries Washington Post
eMaxHealth.com - TopNews United States
all 183 news art! icles
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Sustainability Ninja

Ash watershed-day
Baltimore Sun, United States
But the timing was noteworthy - the next morning, US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson announced that her agency would be revising rules governing the handling and management of coal combustion byproducts. ...
Maryland Fly Ash Spill Newsinferno.com
Ash under fire
Reno News & Review
Potomac River mostly spared from Md. fly ash spill The Associated Press
Water Technology Online - WFPL
all 220 news articles
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USA Today

Study links smog exposure to premature death
New York Times, United States
"Many studies have shown that a high ozone day leads to an increase in risk of acute health effects the next day, for example, asthma attacks and heart attacks," said co-author George Thurston, a professor at NYU's Department of Environmental Medicine, ...
Long-Term Ozone Exposure Linked to Lung Disease HealthNews
Low-level ozone exposure found to be lethal over time Los Angeles Times
Groundbreaking study: Smog can kill Lan! caster Newspapers
Sci-Tech Today - U.S. News & World Report
all 140 news articles
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CBC.ca

Suncor environmental ca! se prompts change in disclosure policy
CBC.ca, Canada

Alberta is changing a policy about the timing of announcements when environmental charges are laid against companies in the province. The government is facing accusations of a politically motivated coverup for not notifying the public when dozens of ...
Environmental charges in Alberta up for public viewing Calgary Herald
Environmental char! ges against Suncor never made public Canoe.ca
Province promises transparency over environmental charges 660 News
Canada.com - Calgary Herald
all 96 news articles
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Stanford environmental program gets $10 million gift
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Diana Samuels A graduate environmental program at Stanford University has received a $10 million gift and been renamed after the donors, the university announced this week. Stanford alum Dan Emmett and his wife, Rae, donated the money to the newly ...
Stanford gets $10M for environmental studies Palo Alto Online
all 4 news articles
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Poor data, weak agencies hamstring U.N. environmental oversight
New York Times, United States
By NATHANIAL GRONEWOLD, Greenwire Little is known about some basic indicators about the health of ecosystems because of a lack of standardized environmental statistics and incomplete information, UN insiders and independent auditors say. ...
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By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 16:56, Category: General



Stanford environmental program gets $10 million gift
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Diana Samuels A graduate environmental program at Stanford University has received a $10 million gift and been renamed after the donors, the university announced this week. Stanford alum Dan Emmett and his wife, Rae, donated the money to the newly ...
Stanford gets $10M for environmental studies Palo Alto Online
all 4 news articles
Read More....


USA Today

Study links smog exposure to premature death
New York Times, United States
"Many studies have shown that a high ozone day leads to an increase in risk of acute health effects the next day, for example, asthma attacks and heart attacks," said co-author George Thurston, a professor at NYU's Department of Environmental Medicine, ...
Long-Term Ozone Exposure Linked to Lung Disease HealthNews
Low-level ozone exposure found to be lethal over time Los Angeles Times
Groundbreaking! study: Smog can kill La! ncaster Newspapers
Sci-Tech Today - U.S. News & World Report
all 146 news articles
Read More....


CBC.ca

Enviro nmental charges in Alberta up for public viewing
Calgary Herald,  Canada
Suncor and two of its con-tractors will be in court in Fort McMurray on April 2 to face charges filed under Alberta's Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. Opposition parties assailed Premier Ed Stelmach on the issue Thursday, ...
Environmental charges against Suncor never made public Canoe.ca
Province promises transparency over environmental charges 660 News
Oilsands companies after human waste dumped in river Canada.com
Edmonton Sun - Calgary Herald
all 95 news articles
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By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 10:55, Category: General



Stanford environmental program gets $10 million gift
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Diana Samuels A graduate environmental program at Stanford University has received a $10 million gift and been renamed after the donors, the university announced this week. Stanford alum Dan Emmett and his wife, Rae, donated the money to the newly ...
Stanford gets $10M for environmental studies Palo Alto Online
all 4 news articles
Read More....


TheMedGuru

Group finds carcinogens in bath products
USA Today
Formaldehyde — considered a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency, — is released as preservatives break down over time in a container. Thirty-two of 48 products contained 1,4-dioxane, also considered a probable human carcinogen by ...
Children's Bath Products Contain Contaminants U.S. News & World Report
Many Baby Products Contain Probable Carcinogens TopNews United States
Report: Toxins Common in Baby Products WebMD

Washington Post - WJLA
all 80 news articles
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New York Times

Missouri among ‘Filthy 15,’ environmental group says
News-Leader.com, MO
Miss! ouri ran ks twelfth among the “Filthy 15” states in terms of the number of proposed coal-fired power plants that will produce coal ash, an environmental group contends. The four proposed plants in Missouri would produce 515709 tons of coal ash if ...
Bistate area gets black eye on waste St. Louis Post-Dispatch
NRDC launches campaign against coal waste Wyoming Business R! eport
Ky. makes 'filthy 15' for coal ash Kentucky.com
Tampabay.com - New York Times
all 25 news articles
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Ethiopia: Environmental Policy Implementation Still in Difficulty ...
AllAfrica.com, Washington
Addis Abeba — The Addis Ababa Environmental Protection Authority (AAEPA) on Wednesday said even though Ethiopia has approved good policies and legislative on paper, the ! implementation of measures for the protection of the environment is in great ...
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Washington Times

W.Va. bill puts freeze on coal slurry injection
MSNBC
Environmental groups and residents in communities near injection sites claim the slurry is leaking into groundwater and causing health problems. A call to the West Virginia Coal Association was not immediately returned Wednesday, but the group ...
Senator drinks 'coal slurry' to make a point Daily Mail - Charleston
DEP opposes selenium limit delay for coal companies Charleston Gazette
Bottoms Up: W.Va. Senator Drinks Homemade "Coal Waste" on Senate Floor WSAZ-TV
CounterPunch - Charleston Gazette
all 148 news articles
Read More....


Sustainability Ninja

Ash watershed-day
Baltimore Sun, United States
But the timing was noteworthy - the next morning, US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson announced that her agency would be revising rules governing the handling and management of coal combustion byproducts. ...
Maryland Fly Ash Spill Newsinferno.com
Ash under fire Reno News & Review
Potomac River mostly spared from Md. fly ash spill The Associated Press
Water Technology Online - WFPL
all 218 news articles
Read More....


stv.tv

EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions
New York Times, United States
By KATE GALBRAITH The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule on Tues! day that would require a broad range of industries to tally and report their greenhouse gas emissions. The proposal, which could establish an accounting basis for federal ...
EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases USA Today
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA May Require Factories to Report Warming Emissions Bloomberg
The Durango Herald - Examiner.com
all 789 news articles
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Daily Californian

UC Berkeley, UCLA law professors launch blog on climate change ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles law professors announced the launch of a blog Wednesday that provides insight and analysis on climate change, energy, environmental law and policy. Legal Planet is meant to make developments in law and ...
LA Law Launches Frog Blog LOL Daily Californian
all 8 news articles
Read More....


Grace trial wraps up for the week
Montana's News Station, MT
WR Grace defense attorneys continued their cross examination of US ! Environmental Protection Agency toxicologist Doctor Aubrey! Miller on Thursday. The defense is trying to establish just how much the government knew about the dangers of asbestos ...
Grace defense puts medical expert in hot seat Seattle Times
Defense: Govt knew of asbestos danger, did nothing LocalNews8.com
Top government witness testifies of continuing hazard in Libby; WR ... Seattle Post Intelligencer
Helena Independent Record - Wall Street Journal Blogs
all 89 ne! ws articles
Read More....


Ecorazzi

A green-collar worker
Newsday, NY
If it weren't for all the attention we are compelled to focus on President Barack Obama's handling of the economic crisis, we'd have to be looking a lot more closely at the sharp changes he is making across a broad range of environmental issues. ...
Editorial: Van Jones' appointment is good for the Bay Area Inside Bay Area
Bay Area activist to advise Obama on green jobs San Francisco Chronicle
Van Jones chosen as Obama’s Green Jobs Advisor Minnesota Independent
Sustainable Industries - New York Times
all 137 news articles
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By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 8:56, Category: General



Daily Californian

UC Berkeley, UCLA law profess! ors launch blog on climate change ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles law professors announced the launch of a blog Wednesday that provides insight and analysis on climate change, energy, environmental law and policy. Legal Planet is meant to make developments in law and ...
LA Law Launches Frog Blog LOL Daily Californian
all 8 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 7:55, Category: General



TheMedGuru

Group finds carcinogens in bath products
USA Today
Formaldehyde — considered a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency, — is released as preservatives break down over time in a container. Thirty-two of 48 products contained 1,4-dioxane, also considered a probable human carcinogen by ...
Children's Bath Products Contain Contaminants U.S. News & World Report
Many Baby Products Contain Probable Carcinogens TopNews United States
Report: Toxins Common in Baby Products WebMD
Washington Post - ! WJLA
all 76 news articles
Read More....


New York Times

Missouri among ‘Filthy 15,’ environmental group says
News-Leader.com, MO
Missouri ranks twelfth among the “Filthy 15” states in terms of the number of proposed coal-fired power plants that will produce coal ash, an environmental group contends. The four proposed plants in Missouri would produce 515709 tons of coal ash if ...
Bistate area gets black eye on waste St. Louis Post-Dispatch
NRDC launches campaign against coal waste Wyoming Business Report
Ky. makes 'filthy 15' for coal ash Kentucky.com
Tampabay.com - New York Times
all 25 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 6:54, Category: General



KCI Technologies acquires Jacobs Environmental
Bizjournals.com, NC
Sparks engineering firm KCI Technologies Inc. has acquired Jacobs Environmental Inc., a Timonium company specializing in industrial hygiene and environmental compliance, KCI said Thursday. Jacobs, which posted sales of more than $3.8 million in 2008, ...
Read More....


Stanford environmental program gets $10 million gift
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Diana Samuels A graduate environmental program at Stanford University has received a $10 million gift and been renamed after the donors, the university announced this week. Stanford alum Dan Emmett and his wife, Rae, donated the money to the newly ...
Stanford gets $10M for environmental studies Palo Alto Online
all 4 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 5:55, Category: General



Ecorazzi

A green-collar worker
Newsday, NY
If it weren't for all the attention we are compelled to focus on President Barack Obama's handling of the economic crisis, we'd have to be looking a lot more closely at the sharp changes he is making across a broad range of environmental issues. ...
Bay Area activist to advise Obama on green jobs San Francisco Chronicle
! Van Jone s chosen as Obama’s Green Jobs Advisor Minnesota Independent
Van Jones goes to Washington Sustainable Industries
New York Times - CNET News!
all 135 news articles
Read More....


Sus! tainabil ity Ninja

Maryland Fly Ash Spill
Newsinferno.com, NY
We have also been reporting on the environmental dangers resulting from the devastating TVA fly ash spill that is exposing area Tennessee residents and the environment to some serious and dangerous health and environmental problems, such as radium and ...
Ash under fire Reno News & Review
Potomac River mostly spared from Md. fly ash spill The Associated Press
EPA announces action to prevent coal ash releases Water Technology Online
WFPL - Scranton Times
all 217 news articles
Read More....


Daily Californian

UC Berkeley, UCLA law professors launch blog on climate change ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles law professors announced the launch of a blog Wednesday that provides insight and analysis on climate change, energ! y, environmental law and policy. Legal Planet is meant ! to make developments in law and ...
LA Law Launches Frog Blog LOL Daily Californian
all 8 news articles
Read More....


MyFox Washington DC

Group finds carcinogens in bath products
USA Today
Formaldehyde — considered a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency, — is released as preservative! s break down over time in a container. Thirty-two of 48 produ! cts cont ained 1,4-dioxane, also considered a probable human carcinogen by ...
Children's Bath Products Contain Contaminants U.S. News & World Report
Report: Toxins Common in Baby Products WebMD
Group: Cancer-Causing Chemicals Found in Baby Bath Products Washington Post
WJLA - 9NEWS.com
all 70 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 - Salt Lake! Tribune
all 102 news articles
Read More....


EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions
New York Times, United States
By KATE GALBRAITH The Environmen! tal Protection Agency proposed a rule on Tuesday that would require a broad range of industries to tally and report their greenhouse gas emissions. The proposal, which could establish an accounting basis for federal ...
EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases USA Today
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA to test schools' air for toxic chemicals The Durango Herald
Bloomberg - Examiner.com
! all 789 news articles
Read More....


New York Times

Missouri among ‘Filthy 15,’ environmental group says
News-Leader.com, MO
Missouri ranks twelfth among the “Filthy 15” states in terms of the number of proposed coal-fired power plants that will produce coal ash, an environmental group contends. The four proposed plants in Missouri would produce 515709 tons of coal ash if ...
Bistate area gets black eye on waste St. Louis Post-Dispatch
NRDC launches campaign against coal waste Wyoming Business Report
Ky. makes 'filthy 15' for coal ash Kentucky.com
Tampabay.com!  - New York Times
all 25 news articles
Read More....

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Stanford environmental program gets $10 million gift
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Diana Samuels A graduate environmental program at Stanford University has received a $10 million gift and been renamed after the donors, the university announced this week. Stanford alum Dan Emmett and his wife, Rae, donated the money to the newly ...
Stanford gets $10M for environmental studies Palo Alto Online
all 4 news articles
Read More....


Grace trial wraps up for the week
Montana's News Station, MT
WR Grace defense attorneys continued their cross examination of US Environmental Protection Agency toxicologist Doctor Aubrey Miller on Thursday. The defense ! is trying to establish just how much the government knew about! the dan gers of asbestos ...
Grace defense puts medical expert in hot seat Seattle Times
Defense: Govt knew of asbestos danger, did nothing LocalNews8.com
Top government witness testifies of continuing hazard in Libby; WR ... Seattle Post Intelligencer
Helena Independent Record - Wall Street Journal Blogs
all 87 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 2:55, Category: General



Ecorazzi

A green-collar worker
Newsday, NY
If it weren't for all the attention we are compelled to focus on President Barack Obama's handling of the economic crisis, we'd have to be looking a lot more closely at the sharp changes he is making across a broad range of environmental issues. ...
Bay Area activist to advise Obama on green jobs San Francisco Chronicle
! Van Jone s chosen as Obama’s Green Jobs Advisor Minnesota Independent
Van Jones goes to Washington Sustainable Industries
New York Times - CNET News!
all 135 news articles
Read More....


stv.tv

EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions
New York Times, United States
By KATE GALBRAITH The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule on Tuesday that would require a broad range of industries to tally and report their greenhouse gas emissions. The proposal, which could establish an accounting basis for federal ...
EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases USA Today
EPA review includes 14 Indiana coal ash sites Chicago Tribune
EPA to test schools' air for toxic chemicals The Durango Herald
Bloomberg - Examiner.com
all 789 news articles
Read More....


CBC.ca

Study links smog exposure to premature death
New York Times, United States
"Many studies have shown that a hi! gh ozone day leads to an increase in risk of acute health effects the next day, for example, asthma attacks and heart attacks," said co-author George Thurston, a professor at NYU's Department of Environmental Medicine, ...
Low-level ozone exposure found to be lethal over time Los Angeles Times
Ozone Pollution Taking Toll on American Lives U! .S. News & World Report
Ozone pollution amplifies risk of fatal respiratory illnesses USA Today
Healia Health - WebMD
< nobr>all 122 news articles
Read More....


Washington Times

W.Va. bill puts freeze on coal slurry injection
MSNBC
Environmental groups and residents in communities near injection sites claim the slurry is leaking into groundwater and causing health problems. A call to the West Virginia Coal Association was not immediately returned Wednesday, but the group ...
DEP won't back bill to delay selenium p! ollution limits Charlest! on Gazet te
Bottoms Up: W.Va. Senator Drinks Homemade "Coal Slurry" on Senate ... WSAZ-TV
From Birmingham to Coal River: Why is the Environmental Movement ... CounterPunch
West Virginia Public Broadcasting - Charleston Gazette
all 146 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 loade! d 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 - Salt Lake Tribune
all 102 news articles
Read More....


UC Berkeley, UCLA law professors launch blog on climate change ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles law professors announced the launch of a blog Wednesday that provides insight and analysis on climate change, energy, environmental law and policy. Legal Planet is meant to make developments in law and ...
Read More....

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New York Times

Missouri amo! ng ‘Filthy 15,’ environmental group says
News-Leader.com, MO
Missouri ranks twelfth among the “Filthy 15” states in terms of the number of proposed coal-fired power plants that will produce coal ash, an environmental group contends. The four proposed plants in Missouri would produce 515709 tons of coal ash if ...
NRDC launches campaign against coal waste Wyoming Business Report
K! y. makes 'filthy 15' for coal ash Kentucky.com
Report cites Florida as major potential coal-ash polluter Tampabay.com
New York Times - CounterPunch
all 23 news articles
Read More....


MyFox Washington DC

Group finds carcinogens in bath products
USA Today
Formaldehyde — considered a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency, — is released as preservatives break down over time in a container. Thirty-two of 48 products contained 1,4-dioxane, also considered a probable human carcinogen by ...
Children's Bath Products Contain Contaminants U.S. News & World Report
Report: Toxins Common in Baby Products WebMD
Group: Cancer-Causing Chemicals Found in Baby Bath Products Washington Post
WJLA - 9NEWS.com
all 63 news articles
Read More....

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Stanford environmental program gets $10 million gift
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Diana Samuels A graduate environmental program at Stanford University has received a $10 million gift and been renamed after the donors, the university announced this week. Dan Emmett, a Stanford alum, and his wife Rae donated the money to the ...
Stanford gets $10M for environmental studies Palo Alto Online
all 4 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 13th, 2009, 1:55, Category: General



MSN Health & Fitness

Group finds carcinogens in bath products
USA Today
Formaldehyde — considered a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency, — is released as preservatives break down over time in a container. Thirty-two of 48 products contained 1,4-dioxane, also considered a probable human carcinogen by ...
Children's Bath Products Contain Contaminants U.S. News & World Report
Report: Toxins Common in Baby Products WebMD
Group: Cancer-Causing Chemicals Found in Baby Bath Products Washington Post
WJLA - 9NEWS.com
all 61 news articles
Read More....


Sust! ainabili ty Ninja

Maryland Fly Ash Spill
Newsinferno.com, NY
We have also been reporting on the environmental dangers resulting from the devastating TVA fly ash spill that is exposing area Tennessee residents and the environment to some serious and dangerous health and environmental problems, such as radium and ...
Ash under fire Reno News & Review
Potomac River mostly spared from Md. fly ash spill The Associated Press
EPA announces action to prevent coal ash releases Water Technology Online
WFPL - Scranton Times
all 217 news articles
Read More....


KCI Technologies acquires Jacobs Environmental
Bizjournals.com, NC
Sparks engineering firm KCI Technologies Inc. has acquired Jacobs Environmental Inc., a Timonium company specializing in industrial hygiene and environmental compliance, KCI said Thursday. Jacobs, which posted sales of more than $3.8 million in 2008, ...
Read More....


Washington Times

W.Va. bill puts freeze on coal slurry injection
MSNBC
Environmental groups and residents in communities near injection sites claim the slurry is leaking into groundwater an! d causing health problems. A call to the West Virginia Coal Association was not immediately returned Wednesday, but the group ...
DEP won't back bill to delay selenium pollution limits Charleston Gazette
Bottoms Up: W.Va. Senator Drinks Homemade "Coal Slurry" on Senate ... WSAZ-TV
From Birmingham to Coal River: Why is the Environmental Movement ... CounterPunch
West Virginia Public Broadcasting - Charleston Gazette
all 146 news articles
Read More....


UC Berkeley, UCLA law professors launch blog on climate change ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles law professors announced the launch of a blog Wednesday that provides insight and analysis on climate change, energy, environmental law and policy. Legal Planet is meant to make developments in law and ...
Read More....


stv.tv

EPA to Require Greenhouse Gas Reporting by Large Emitters
Environment News Service
WASHINGTON, DC, March 12, 2009 (ENS) - The first mandatory national system for reporting emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases produced by major sources in the United States has been proposed by the US Environmental Protection Agency. ...
EPA Proposes Tracking Industry Emissions New York Times
EPA pushes to have companies track greenhouse gases USA Today
In Hot Pursuit Of CO2 Investor's Business Daily (subscription)
Chicago Tribune - The Durango Herald
all 800 news articles
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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 - Salt Lake Tribune

all 102 news articles
Read More....