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April 19th, 2009

By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 16:13, Category: General



Green Inc. Skip the Newspaper, Save the Planet?
New York Times, United States
But the implication was inescapable: The decline in newspaper readership was being expressed as an environmental victory. Some of our online readers at Green Inc. agreed. “It's an excuse to save money, which it will, but it will also reduce ...
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Boston Globe

Green energy poses some sticky environmental questions
Boston Globe, United States
A priority for the Obama administration, renewable-energy development poses conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not unlike how offshore drilling for oil and gas pits economics against environment. ...
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Drilling off Alaska can't proceed without further environmental review
Los Angeles Times, ! CA
LeVine is a lawyer with the ! envir onmental group Oceana. The Bush administration had started to auction off leases in the Arctic waters along Alaska's coast, which are expected to produce billions of barrels of oil. But a three-judge US Court of Appeals ...
Appeals Court Throws Out Drilling Program Wall Street Journal
Appeals court cancels plans for offshore drilling The Associated Press!
US court strikes down Bush oil leasing plan Reuters
CNNMoney.com - United Press International
all 301 news articles
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New York Times

Slump Tilts Priorities of Industry in China
New York Times, United States
Amid the global downturn, environmental concerns in China have flagged. Now, amid the global economic downturn, priorities have shifted. Cumbersome environmental reviews have been accelerated, state bank loans are flowing freely again and workers are ...
AMM assessment of environmental regulation of th! e steel industry ... SteelGuru
all 10 news articles
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7 activists win top environmental prize
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
They are among seven activists from six nations who today will receive the world's largest, most prestigious award for grassroots activism, the $150000 Goldman Environmental Prize. Established in 1990 by San Francisco philanthropist Richard Goldman and ...
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ABC News

ECOVIEWS: Nixon did much for environmental issues
Dateline Alabama, AL
Those who do might find it ironic that several of our nation's most dramatic strides to ensure environmental health were made by President Richard M. Nixon. On February 10, 1970, Nixon made a pledge “to repair the [environmental] damage already done ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA moves toward climate change regulations San Jose Mercury News
EPA: Emissions pose health risk Chicago Tribune
New York Times - AllGov
all 1,416 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 13:12, Category: General



Boston Globe

ECOVIEWS: Nixon did much for environmental issues
Dateline Alabama, AL
Those who do might find it ironic that several of our nation's most dramatic strides to ensure environmental health were made by President Richard M. Nixon. On February 10, 1970, Nixon made a pledge “to repair the [environmental] damage already done ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA moves toward climate change regulations San Jose Mercury News
EPA: Emissions pose health risk Chicago Tribune
New York Times - Los Angeles Times
all 1,405 news articles
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New York Times

Slump Tilts Priorities of Industry in China
New York Times, United States
Amid the global downturn, environmental concerns in China have flagged. Now, amid the global economic downturn, priorities have ! shifted. Cumbersome environmental reviews have been accelerated, state bank loans are flowing freely again and workers are ...
AMM assessment of environmental regulation of the steel industry ... SteelGuru
all 10 news articles
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Companies settle environmental cases
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
by Patty Henetz Settlements with six energy companies working on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation near Duchesne mandate more than $6.5 million in environmental-protection upgrades, the Justice Department and US Environmental Protection Agency ...
6 companies to add pollution gear Deseret News
all 24 news articles
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Green Inc. Skip the Newspaper, Save the Planet?
! New York Times, United States
But the implication was inescapable: The decline in newspaper readership was being expressed as an environmental victory. Some of our online readers at Green Inc. agreed. “It's an excuse to save money, which it will, but it will also reduce ...
Read More....


From M! arblehead to DC, an environmental activist sounds his watery ...
Boston Globe, United States
Swain is conditioning his body for long hours in cold water in preparation for a long-distance swim from his Marblehead hometown to Washington, DC He plans to depart Wednesday on the 1000-mile Atlantic coast swim as part of an environmental education ...
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Organizers look to lessen Marathon's environmental impact
Boston Globe, United States
Bruce Rayner, founder of Athletes for a Fit Planet, a Holliston company that does environmental consulting for road races and charity events, said short of changing its course by making the race start and end in the same place - an unlikely outcome for ...
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The Associated Press

EPA Carbon Dioxide Rulin! g Poses Serious Dangers for Consumers
Opposing Views, CA

By American Solutions , For Winning the Future - 7 Hours Ago Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declared that carbon was a threat to public health and safety, likely ensuring that carbon dioxide will be regulated as a pollutant. ...
US says CO2 is a danger to human health Financial Times
EPA: Emissions a hazard Poughkeepsie Journa! l
Inhofe, Environmental Groups, Respond To EPA Finding TPMDC
ISRIA (subscription) - Examiner.com
all 341 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 12:13, Category: General



6 named for $150K Goldman Environmental Prizes
USA Today
By Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — This year's Goldman Environmental Prizes, the $150000 "Nobel prize" for grassroots environmentalists, will be awarded Monday in San Francisco to six individuals working worldwide to better their communities ...
Goldman Prize boosts Bay Area environmental groups year-round San Jose Mercury News
7 activists win top environmental prize San Francisco Chronicle
Goldman Environmental Prize Recipients Sa! luted by Asia Foundation Earthti mes (press release)
all 9 news articles
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Companies settle environmental cases
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
by Patty Henetz Settlements with six energy companies working on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation near Duchesne mandate more than $6.5 million in environmental-protection upgrades, the Justice Department and US Environmental Protection Agency ...
6 companies to add pollution gear Deseret News
all 24 news articles
Read More....

Boston Globe

Green energy poses some sticky environmental questions
Boston Globe, United States
A priority for the Obama administration, renewable-energy development poses conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not unlike how offshore drilling for oil and gas pits economics against environment. ...
Read More....

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Boston Globe

ECOVIEWS: Nixon did much for environmental issues
Dateline Alabama, AL
Those who do might find it ironic that several of our nation's most dramatic strides to ensure! environmental health were made by President Richard M. Nixon. On February 10, 1970, Nixon made a pledge “to repair the [environmental] damage already done ...
EPA: Emissions a hazard Poughkeepsie Journal
Inhofe, Environmental Groups, Respond To EPA Finding TPMDC
US Senator Kerry statement on Global Warming "Endangerment Finding" ISRIA (subscription)
Examiner.com - TIME
all 331 news articles

From Marblehead to DC, an environmental activist sounds his watery ...
Boston Globe, United States
Swain is conditioning his body for long hours! in cold water in preparation for a long-distance swim from hi! s Marble head hometown to Washington, DC He plans to depart Wednesday on the 1000-mile Atlantic coast swim as part of an environmental education ...
Read More....


KFBB NewsChannel 5

Mont. gov wants environmental permit bill changes
Forbes, NY
They say the moves ensure citizens can still be involved in the process with the Board of Environmental Review. Anne Hedges of the Montana Environmental Information Center said the governor's many changes to the bill are proof the original bill was not ...
Monta na Governor Rejects Bill to Limit Environmental Appeals New West
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill Billings Gazette
Governor tames legislation on energy projects Great Falls Tribune
KPAX-TV - KXMC
all 97 news articles
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Drilling off Alaska can't proceed without further environmental review
Los Angeles Times, CA
LeVine is a lawyer with the environmental group Oceana. The Bush administration had started to au! ction off leases in the Arctic waters along Alaska's coast, which are expected to produce billions of barrels of oil. But a three-judge US Court of Appeals ...
Appeals Court Throws Out Drilling Program Wall Street Journal
Appeals court cancels plans for offshore drilling The Associated Press
US court strikes down Bush oil leasing plan Reuters
CNNMoney.com - United Press International
all 301 news articles
Read More....


Organizers look to lessen Marathon's environmental impact
Boston Globe, United States
Bruce Rayner, founder of Athletes for a Fit Planet, a Holliston company that does e! nvironmental consulting for road races and charity events,! said sh ort of changing its course by making the race start and end in the same place - an unlikely outcome for ...
Read More....


New York Times

Slump Tilts Priorities of Industry in China
New York Times, United States
Amid the global downturn, environmental concerns in China have flagged. Now, amid the global economic downturn, priorities have shifted. Cumbersome environmental reviews have been accelerated, state bank loans are flowing freely again and workers are ...
AMM assessment of environmental regulation of the steel industry ... SteelGuru
all 10 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 10:13, Category: General



6 named for $150K Goldman Environmental Prizes
USA Today
By Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — This year's Goldman Environmental Prizes, the $150000 "Nobel prize" for grassroots environmentalists, will be awarded Monday in San Francisco to six individuals working worldwide to better their communities ...
Goldman Prize boosts Bay Area environmental groups year-round San Jose Mercury News
7 activists win top environmental prize San Francisco Chronicle
Goldman Environmental Prize Recipients Sa! luted by Asia Foundation Earthti mes (press release)
all 9 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 8:12, Category: General



Boston Globe

Green energy poses some sticky environmental questions
Boston Globe, United States
A priority for the Obama administration, renewable-energy development poses conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not unlike how offshore drilling for oil and gas pits economics against environment. ...
Read More....


Telegraph.co.uk

CO2 = Pollution. Now What?
New York Times, United States
Carbon dioxide, the bubbles in beer, is a pollutant in the context of the Clean A! ir Act, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed on Friday. The long-lived heat-trapping gas, while benign in a brew pub, is deemed a threat to public health and ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA moves toward climate change regulatio! ns < font size=-1 color=#6f6f6f>San Jose Mercury News

EPA: Emissions pose health risk Chicago Tribune
Philadelphia Inquirer - Los Angeles Times
all 1,410 news articles
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KFBB NewsChannel 5

Mont. gov wants environmental permit bill changes
Forbes, NY
They say the moves ensure citizens can still be involved in the process with the Board of Environmental Review. Anne Hedges of the Montana Environmental Information Center said the governor's many changes to the bill are proof the original bill was not ...
Montan! a Governor Rejects Bill to Limit Environmental Appeals New West
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill Billings Gazette
Governor tames legislation on energy projects Great Falls Tribune
KPAX-TV - KXMC
all 97 news articles
Read More....


From Marblehead to DC, an environmental activist sounds his watery ...
Boston Globe, United States
Swain is conditioning his body for long hours in cold water in preparation for a long-distance swim from his Marblehead hometown to Washington, DC He plans to depart Wednesday on the 1000-mile Atlantic coast swim as part of an environmental education ...
Read More....


Companies settle environmental cases
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
by Patty Henetz Settlements with six energy companies working on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation near Duchesne mandate more than $6.5 million in environmental-protection upgrades, the Justice Department and US Environmental Protection Agency ...
6 companies to add pollution gear Deseret News

all 24 news articles
Read More....


St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Drilling off Alaska can't proceed without further environmental review
Los Angeles Times, CA
LeVine is a lawyer with the environmental group Oceana. The Bush administration had started to auction off leases in the Arctic waters along Alaska's coast, which are expected to produce billions of barrels of oil. But a three-judge US Court of Appeals ...
Appeals Court Throws Out Drilling Program Wall Street Journal
Appeals court cancels plans for offshore drilling The Associated Press
US court strikes down Bush oil leasing plan Reuters
CNNMoney.com - United Press International
all 301 news articles
Read More....


6 named for $150K Goldman Environmental Prizes
USA Today
By Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — This year's Goldman Environmental Prizes, the $150000 "Nobel prize" for grassroots environmentalists, will be awarded Monday in San Francisco to six individuals working worldwide to better their communities ...
Goldman Prize ! boosts B ay Area environmental groups year-round San Jose Mercury News
7 activists win top environmental prize San Francisco Chronicle
all 3 news articles
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Sun-Sentinel.com

New charges for Utah environmental fugitive
Salt Lake! Tribune, United States
He! might a lso face Florida state charges in connection with his March 10 confrontation with three Environmental Protection Agency law enforcement officers and two Monroe County, Fla., sheriff's deputies, but they are still at least a week away, ...
Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted MiamiHerald.com
all 14 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 7:12, Category: General


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Organizers look to lessen Marathon's environmental impact
Boston Globe, United States
Bruce Rayner, founder of Athletes for a Fit Planet, a Holliston company that does environmental consulting for road races and charity events, said short of changing its course by making the race start and end in the same place - an unlikely outcome for ...

Boston Globe

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Green energy poses some sticky environmental questions
Boston Globe, United States
A priority for the Obama administration, renewable-energy development poses conflicts between economic interests and environmental concerns, not unlike how offshore drilling for oil and gas pits economics against environment. ...
Read More....


6 named for $150K Goldman Environmental Prizes
USA Today
By Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — This year's Goldman Environmental Prizes, the $150000 "Nobel prize" for grassroots environmentalists, will be awarded Monday in San Francisco to six individuals working worldwide to better their communities ...
Six activists win ‘Environment Nobel' Daily Nation
all 3 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 2:12, Category: General



Boston Globe

EPA moves toward climate change regulations
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Frank Davies WASHINGTON — In a major reversal of years of government policy, the Environmental Protection Agency on Friday proposed regulating greenhouse-gas emissions to combat global warming. "In both magnitude and probability, climate change is ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA: Emissions pose health risk Chicago Tribune
EPA moves toward regulating greenhouse gases Philadelphia Inquirer
Los Angeles Times - Salt Lake Tribune
all 1,387 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 1:12, Category: General



Why Isn't the Brain Green?
New York Times, United States
In many respects, the Pew rankings were a suitable backdrop for the get-together, a meeting of researchers affiliated with something called CRED, or the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions. A branch of behavioral research situated at the ...
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KFBB NewsChannel 5

Mont. gov wants environmen! tal permit bill changes
Forbes, NY
They say the moves ensure citizens can still be involved in the process with the Board of Environmental Review. Anne Hedges of the Montana Environmental Information Center said the governor's many changes to the bill are proof the original bill was not ...
Montana Governor Rejects Bill to Limit Environmental Appeals New West
Gov. wants changes to environmental permit bill Billings Gazette
Governor tames legislation on energy projects Great Falls Tribune
KPAX-TV - KXM! C
all 97 news articles
Read More....


NewsHour

US says CO2 is a danger to human health
Financial Times, UK
It clears the way for the US Environmental Protection Agency to regulate CO 2 emissions under existing air pollution laws, without the need for fresh legislation. It appeared designed to increase pressure on Congress to pass new laws to tackle global ...
Inhofe, ! Environmental Groups, Respond To EPA Finding TPMDC
At last, an acknowledgment of the threat of climate change The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
EPA rocks the boat Seattle Times
Taipei Times - TIME
all 53 news articles
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Companies settle environmental cases
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
by Patty Henetz Settlements with six energy companies working on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation near Duchesne mandate more than $6.5 million in environmental-protection upgrades, the Justice Department and US Environmental Protection Agency ...
6 companies to add pollution gear Deseret News
all 22 news articles
Read More....


St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Drilling off Alaska can't proceed without further environmental review
Los Angeles Times, CA
LeVine is a lawyer with the environmental group Oceana. The Bush administration had started to auction off leases in the Arctic waters along Alaska's coast, which are expected to produce billions of barrels of oil. But a three-judge US Court of Appeals ...
Appeals Court Throws Out Drilling Program Wall Street Journal
Appeals court cancels plans for offshore drilling The Associated Press
US court strikes down Bush oil leasing plan Reuters
CNNMoney.com - United Press International
all 300 news articles
Read More....


Telegraph.co.uk

EPA moves toward climate change regulations
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Frank Davies WASHINGTON — In a major reversal of years of government policy, the Environmental Protection! Agency on Friday proposed regulating greenhouse-gas emissions! to comb at global warming. "In both magnitude and probability, climate change is ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA: Emissions pose health risk! Chicago Tribune
EPA moves toward regulating greenhouse gases Philadelphia Inquirer
Los Angeles Times - Salt Lake Tribu! ne
all 1,388 news articles
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MiamiHerald.com
'Most Wanted' list seeks environmental criminals
MiamiHerald.com, FL
It's not just the FBI that has a Most Wanted list; the US Environmental Protection Agency has one, too. Many of the fugitives on the EPA's list have committed environmental crimes in South Florida, and one, Mauro Valenzuela, remains on the lam ...
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Sun-Sentinel.com

New charges for Utah environmental fugitive
Salt Lake Tribune, United States!
He might also face Florida state charges in connection with his March 10 confrontation with three Environmental Protection Agency law enforcement officers and two Monroe County, Fla., sheriff's deputies, but they are still at least a week away, ...
Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted MiamiHerald.com
all 14 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 19th, 2009, 0:12, Category: General



Companies settle environmental cases
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
by Patty Henetz Settlements with six energy companies working on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation near Duchesne mandate more than $6.5 million in environmental-protection upgrades, the Justice Department and US Environmental Protection Agency ...
6 companies to add pollution gear Deseret News
all 22 news articles
Read More....


Sun-Sentinel.com

New charges for Utah environmental fugitive
Salt Lake Tribune, United States
He might also face Florida state charges in connection with his March 10 confrontation with three Environmental Protection Agency law enforcement officers and two Monroe County, Fla., sheriff's deputies, but they are still at least a week away, ...
Environmental-crime suspect who fled is indicted MiamiHerald.com
all 14 news articles
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New York Times

The End Is Near! (Yay!)
New York Times, United States
Surviving economic and environmental upheaval, the group says, depends on working together, not on building bunkers. By JON MOOALLEM The stage lights went up at the Panida Theater, a classy old movie house in Sandpoint, Idaho, and the MC stepped out of ...