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March 30th, 2009

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 13:16, Category: General



Winds of Change Evident in US Environmental Policy
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin Daniel Reifsnyder, a 25-year State Department veteran, knew even before President Obama was elected that US environmental policy was going to change. So in early November, he called a couple of his Environmental Protection Agency ...
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No environmental problems foreseen for Caltrans-owned site
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
Those comments will be addressed in a final Environmental Impact Report due in late April. This report addresses impacts on a large scale, Buizer stressed. There will be future environmental reviews for devel! opments on a project-by-project basis. ...
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Boston Globe

US unveils new environmental policies in Bonn
Xinhua, China
It will run through April 8, with more than 2000 participants from 175 countries including government delegates and representatives from business and industry, environmental organizations and research institutions. The US position was keenly observed ...
Copenhagen: Environmental Munich Canada Free PressUN 'Climate Change' Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New ... FOXNews
Obama's climate envoy tempers hopes, but UN cheers Bush's exit Chicago Tribune
Africa S! cience News Service - Deutsche Welle
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Perma-Fix Environmental swings to profit in Q4 - Quick Facts
RTT News, NY
(RTTNews) - Perma-Fix Environmental Services Inc. (PESI: News ) reported fourth-quarter net income of $0.72 million or $0.01 per share, compared to a loss of $7.39 million or $0.14 per share in the year-ago quarter. Net revenue for the quarter rose to ...
Perma-Fix Announces 46% Increase in Revenue and $2.2 Million of ... American Chronicle
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Fox11online.com

All-out war over PCBs
Green Bay Press Gazette, WI
By Tony Walter • twalter@greenbaypressgazette.com • March 30, 2009 The head of the state Department of Natural Resources scheduled a meeting in May 1992 with local, state and federal environmental officials in an effort to set the record straight on ...
Major Fox River cleanup set to start in a month WQOW TV News 18
PCB project offers glimpses of a cleaner future for the Fox River Oshkosh Northwestern
From a mired past, new hope for Fox River Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Press Gazette
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Johnson touts hou! sing, environmental issues
Aspen Times, CO
He said he is proud of the city government’s purchases of vacant land for future affordable housing, as well as its environmental initiatives and past building moratoriums to slow the rate of growth. “I was a legislator,” Johnson said, adding he helped ...
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By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 8:18, Category: General



Coal plant hinders environmental goal | KXNet.com North Dakota News
KXMC, ND
AP BROOKINGS, SD (AP) The president of South Dakota State University says he's reluctant to sign a pledge to reduce campus greenhouse gases at the same time the university relies on coal to help heat the campus. The Student Senate, the Faculty Senate ...
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Straits Times

Pa.! pestici de maker vows steps to protect lions
The Associated Press
The US Environmental Protection Agency moved last summer to stop its use on food crops. Conservationists say East African herdsmen trying to protect their animals have been using the pesticide to poison lions, hyenas and other predators. ...
Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
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Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection continue ...
News 10 Now, NY
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, PA -- Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection is continuing to examine the impact of gas well drilling on local water supplies near Carter Road in Dimock Township after several residents expressed concern. ...
PA DEP Continues to Analyze Dimock Water Supplies FOXBusiness
EPA: Gas drilling not affecting wells Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
DEP Investigating Water WBNG-TV
TMCnet
all 20 news articles

Winston-Salem Journal

EPA scrutinizing mining permits
The Durango Herald, Colorado
by Dina Cappiello AP Writer WASHINGTON - Breaking with the policies of the Bush administration, the Environmental Protection Agency is sharpening its oversight of mountaintop coal mining to ensure projects do not harm streams and wetlands. ...
Mining industry leaders express concern about mountaintop removal ... Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Mountain-top mining brake Chattanooga Times Free Press
Mining group says EPA reviews could threaten coal jobs Houston Chronicle
Living on the Earth - Charleston Gazette
all 27 news articles
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Seattle Post Intelligencer

US unveils new environmental policies in Bonn
Xinhua, China
It will run through April 8, with more than 2000 participants from 175 countries including government delegates and representatives from business and industry, environmental organizations and research institutions. The US position was keenly observed ...
Commitment to Global Talks Affirmed Even as Caveat Is Issued Washington Post
Copenhagen: Environmental Munich Canada Free Press
UN 'Climate Change' Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New ... FOXNews
Africa Science News Service - Deutsche Welle
all 1,062 news articles
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KOMO News

Feds propose big cut in restricted area at Hanford
Seattle Post Intelligencer
An Environmental Protection ! Agency s cientist, Dennis Faulk, says it's hard to believe that within a few years, the restricted area may be down to just the central Hanford plateau. "It's hard to believe that Hanford could be known only as the central ...
DOE may shrink Hanford's active area to 10 square miles TheNewsTribune.com
Senate needs to say yes to Ines Triay's nomination Mid Columbia Tri City Herald
all 20 news articles
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Environment News Service

EPA to distribute $100M from stimulus package in Colorado for ...
Bizjournals.com, NC
The first grant for an environmental project out of nearly $100 million that will be available under the federal stimulus program was awarded Friday by the US Environmental Protection Agency. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson presented $1.73 million to ...
Denver EPA office will get $100 million Denver ! Post
EPA Announces First of Nearly $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds ... U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
EPA Hands $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Colorado Environment News Service
Denver Post&n! bsp;- U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
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Houston Chronicle

Bill would set environmental rules for new schools
Houston Chronicle, United States
This much is clear: Texas, like most states, lacks environmental standards for deciding where to build new schools. Amid grumbling about school sites, lawmakers are considering a bill that would require school dis! tricts to establish policies for ...
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Winds of Change Evident in US Environmental Policy
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin Daniel Reifsnyder, a 25-year State Department veteran, knew even before President Obama was elected that US environmental policy was going to change. So i! n early November, he called a couple of his Environmental Protection Agency ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 7:16, Category: General



Straits Times

Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions
The Associated Press
The US Environmental Protection Agency moved last summer to stop its use on food crops. Conservationists say East African herdsmen trying to protect their animals have been using the pesticide to poison lions, hyenas and other predators. ...
Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Pa. pest! icide ma ker vows steps to protect lions The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
all 230 news articles
Read More....


Coal plant hinders environmental goal | KXNet.! com North Dakota News
KXMC, ND
AP BROOKINGS, SD (AP) The president of South Dakota State University says he's reluctant to sign a pledge to reduce campus greenhouse gases at the same time the university relies on coal to help heat the campus. The Student Senate, the Faculty Senate ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 6:16, Category: General



Straits Times

Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions
The Associated Press
The US Environmental Protection Agency moved last summer to stop its use on food crops. Conservationists say East African herdsmen trying to protect their animals have been using the pesticide to poison lions, hyenas and other predators. ...
Pa. pesticide maker vows steps to protect lions Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
! Pa. pest icide maker vows steps to protect lions The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
all 182 news articles
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Change Evident in US Environmental Policy
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin Daniel Reifsnyder, a 25-year State Department veteran, knew even before President Obama was elected that US environmental policy was going to change. So in early November, he called a couple of his Environmental Protection Agency ...
Read More....


Houston Chronicle

Bill would set environmental rules for new schools
Houston Chronicle, United States
This much is clear: Texas, like most states, lacks environmental standards for deciding where to build new schools. Amid grumbling about school sites, lawmakers are considering a bill that would require school districts to establish policies for ...
Read More....


Seattle Post Intelligencer

US unveils new environmental policies in Bonn
Xinhua, China
It will run through April 8, with more than 2000 participants from 175 countries including government delegates and representatives from business and industry, environmental organizations and research institutions. The US position was keenly observed ...
Commitment to Global Talks Affirmed Even as Caveat Is Issued Washington Post
Copenhagen: Environmental Munich Canada Free Press
UN 'Climate Change' Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New ... FOXNews
Deutsche Welle - CBC.ca
all 1,052 news articles
Read More....


Winston-Salem Journal

EPA scrutinizing mining permits
The Durango Herald, Colorado
by Dina Cappiello AP Writer WASHINGTON - Breaking with the policies of the Bush administration, the Environmental Protection Agency is sharpening its oversight of mountaintop coal mining to ensure projects do not harm streams and wetlands. ...
Mining industry leaders express concern about mountaintop removal ... Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Mountain-top mining brake Chattanooga Times Free Press
Mining group says EPA reviews could threaten coal jobs Houston Chronicle
Minneapolis Star Tribune - Living on the Earth
all 28 news articles
Read More....


Coal plant hinders environmental goal | KXNet.com North Dakota News
KXMC, ND
AP BROOKINGS, SD (AP) The president of South Dakota State University says he's reluctant to sign a pledge to reduce campus greenhouse gases at the same time the university relies on coal to help heat the campus. The Student Senate, the Faculty Senate ...
Read More....


Environment News Service

EPA to distribute $100M from stimulus package in Colorado for ..! .
Bizjournals.com! , N C
The first grant for an environmental project out of nearly $100 million that will be available under the federal stimulus program was awarded Friday by the US Environmental Protection Agency. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson presented $1.73 million to ...
Denver EPA office will get $100 million Denver Post
EPA Announces First of Nearly $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds ... U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
EPA Hands $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Colorado Environment News Service
The Journal of Commerce Online - Denver Post
all 14 news articles
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KOMO News

Feds propose big cut in restricted area at Hanford
Seattle Post Intelligencer
An Environmental Protection Agency scientist, Dennis Faulk, says it's hard to believe that within a few years, the restricted area may be down to just the central Hanford plateau. "It's hard to believe that Hanford could be known only as the central ...
DOE may shrink Hanford's active area to 10 square miles TheNewsTribune.com
Senate needs to say yes to Ines Triay's nomination Mid Columbia Tri City Herald
all 19 news articles
Read More....


No environmental problems foreseen for Caltrans-owned site
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
Those comments will be addressed in a final Environmental Impact Report due in late April. This report addresses impacts on a large scale, Buizer stressed. There will be future environmental reviews for developments on a project-by-project basis. ...
Read More....


Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection continue ...
News 10 Now, NY
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, PA -- Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection is continuing to examine the impact of gas well drilling on local water supplies near Carter Road in Dimock Township after several residents expressed concern. ...
PA DEP Continues to Analyze Dimock Water Supplies FOXBusiness
EPA: Gas drilling not affecting wells Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
DEP Investigating Water WBNG-TV
TMCnet
all 20 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 5:15, Category: General



Environment News Service

EPA to distri! bute $100M from stimulus package in Colorado for ...
Bizjournals.com, NC
The first grant for an environmental project out of nearly $100 million that will be available under the federal stimulus program was awarded Friday by the US Environmental Protection Agency. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson presented $1.73 million to ...
Denver EPA office will get $100 million Denver Post
EPA Announces First of Nearly $100 Milli! on in Re covery Act Funds ... U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
EPA Hands $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Colorado Environment News Service
The Journal of Commerce Online - Denver Post
all 14 news articles
Read More....


Winston-Salem Journal

EPA scrutinizing mining permits
The Durango Herald, Colorado
by Dina Cappiello AP Writer WASHINGTON - Breaking with the policies of the Bush administration, the Environmental Protection Agency is sharpening its oversight of mountaintop coal mining to ensure projects do not harm streams and wetlands. ...
Mining industry leaders express concern about mountainto! p removal ... Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Mountain-top mining brake Chattanooga Times Free Press
Mining group says EPA reviews could threaten coal jobs Houston Chronicle
Minneapolis Star Tribune - Living on the Earth
all 28 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 3:15, Category: General



Coal plant hinders environmental goal | KXNet.com North Dakota News
KXMC, ND
AP BROOKINGS, SD (AP) The president of South Dakota State University says he's reluctant to sign a pledge to reduce campus greenhouse gases at the same time the university relies on coal to help heat the campus. The Student Senate, the Faculty Senate ...
Read More....


Winston-Salem Journal

EPA scrutinizing mining permits
The Durango Herald, Colorado
by Dina Cappiello AP Writer WASHINGTON - Breaking with the policies of the Bush administration, the Environmental Protection Agency is sharpening its oversight of mountaintop coal mining to ensure projects do not harm streams and wetlands. ...
Mining industry leaders express concern about mountaintop removal ... Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Mountain-top mining brake Chattanooga Times Free Press
Mining group says EPA reviews could threaten coal jobs Houston Chronicle
Living on the Earth - Charleston Gazette
all 28 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 2:15, Category: General



Columbia Missourian

Interfaith gathering promotes awareness of environmental awareness
Columbia Missourian, MO
Earth Hour started in Sydney, Australia in 2007 to bring awareness of climate change and encourage people to reduce their environmental impact, and last year became an international event. "Regardless of what your position is on climate change, ...
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Winston-Salem Journal

EPA scrutinizing mining permits
The Durango Herald,&n! bsp;Colorado
by Dina Cappiello AP Writer WASHINGTON - Breaking with the policies of the Bush administration, the Environmental Protection Agency is sharpening its oversight of mountaintop coal mining to ensure projects do not harm streams and wetlands. ...
Mining industry leaders express concern about mountaintop removal ... Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Mountain-top mining brake Chattanooga Times Free Press
< font size=-1>Mining group says EPA reviews could threaten coal jobs Houston Chronicle

Living on the Earth - Charleston Gazette
all 28 news articles
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No environmental problems foreseen for Caltrans-owned site
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
Those comments will be addressed in ! a final Environmental Impact Report due in late April. ! This rep ort addresses impacts on a large scale, Buizer stressed. There will be future environmental reviews for developments on a project-by-project basis. ...
Read More....


Seattle Post Intelligencer

US unveils new environmental policies in Bonn
Xinhua, China
It will run through April 8, with more than 2000 participants from 175 countries including government delegates and representatives from business and industry, environmental organizations and research institutions. The US position was keenly observed ...
US Climate Envoy Vow! s Suppor t Washington Post
UN 'Climate Change' Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New ... FOXNews
Bonn Climate Talks Give Obama's Green Team First Chance to Impress Deutsche Welle
New York Times - CBC.ca
all 1,009 news articles
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Houston Chronicle

Bill would set environmental rules for new schools
Houston Chronicle, United States
This much is clear: Texas, like most states, lacks environmental standards for deciding where to build new schools. Amid grumbling about school sites, lawmakers are considering a bill that would require! school districts to establish policies for ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 1:15, Category: General



Houston Chronicle

Bill would set environmental rules for ! new schools
Houston Chronicle, United States
This much is clear: Texas, like most states, lacks environmental standards for deciding where to build new schools. Amid grumbling about school sites, lawmakers are considering a bill that would require school districts to establish policies for ...
Read More....


Environment News Service

EPA to distribute $100M from stimulus package in Colorado for ...
Bizjournals.com, NC
The first grant for an environmental project out of nearly $100 million that will be available under the federal stimulus program was awarded Friday by the US Environmental Protection Agency. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson presented $1.73 million to ...
Denver EPA office will get $100 million Denver Post
EPA Announces First of Nearly $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds ... U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
EPA Hands $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Colorado ! Environment News Service
The Journal of Commerce Online - Denver Post
all 14 news articles
Read More....


Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection continue ...
News 10 Now, NY
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, PA -- Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection is continuing to examine the impact of gas well drilling on local water supplies near Carter Road in Dimock Township after several residents expressed concern. ...
PA DEP Continues to Analyze Dimock Water Supplies FOXBusiness
EPA: Gas drilling not affecting wells Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
DEP Investigating Water WBNG-TV
TMCnet
all 20 news articles
Read More....


Seattle Post Intelligencer

US unveils new environmental policies in Bonn
Xinhua, China
It will run through April 8, with more than 2000 participants from 175 countries including government delegates and representatives from business and industry, environmental organizations and research institutions. The US position was keenly observed ...
UN 'Climate Change' Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New ... FOXNews
Bonn Climate Talks Give Obama's Green Team First Chance to Impress Deutsche Welle
Obama to host April climate-change forum CBC.ca
! New York Times - Xinhua
all 1,011 news articles
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By germanifa01 - March 30th, 2009, 0:16, Category: General



Examiner.com

T-Mobile says new phone is environmental
Examiner.com
Is the new phone actually environmental or just a gimmick? We don’t know. Either way, we like the decision to consider the environmental impact of a piece of electronic equipment. A bill that aims to reduce address e-waste is currently making its way ...
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Environment News Service

EPA to distribute $100M from stimulus package in Colorado for ...
Bizjournals.com, NC
The first grant for an environmental project out of nearly $100 million that will be available under the federal stimulus program was awarded Friday by the US Environmental Protection Agency. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson presented $1.73 million to ...
Denver EPA office will get $100 million Denver Post
EPA Announces First of Nearly $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds ... U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
EPA Hands $100 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Colorado Environment News Service
The Journal of Commerce Online - Denver Post
all 14 news articles
Read More....