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April 22nd, 2009

By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 21:11, Category: General



Chicago Tribune

Poison in the well: Crestwood officials cut corners and supplied ...
Chicago Tribune, United States
Officials kept using the well even though state environmental officials told them at least 22 years ago that dangerous chemicals related to a dry-cleaning solvent had oozed into the water, records show. The village avoided scrutiny by telling state ...
Contaminated drinking water discovered United Press International
Quinn wants contaminated water investigation WAND
Quinn to probe EPA on Crestwood water Examiner.com
The Associated Press - Southtown Star
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Washington Times

Environmental issues
Kansas City Star, MO
We are entering dangerous waters when the Environmental Protection Agency can declare something true and act on it without sufficient debate. In science, the linkage of A and B, (ie elevated CO2 and increasing temperatures) might lead to a theory — CO2 ...
PETER FERRARA: We're Doomed If the EPA Continues to Embrace Bad ... FOXNews
COMMENTARY: Global-warming politics Washington Times
21 Ways Faith Groups Are Combating Global Warming Center For American ProgressThe Wichita Eagle - Online Athens
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San Francisco Chronicle

Happy environmental endings
San Francisco Chronicle,  USA
Following environmental news can som! etimes f eel similarly masochistic, leading some simply to reject the truth behind the news. But the news isn't all bad, and, today, in celebration of Earth Day and the numerous pleasures the planet provides me ...
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Iowa DNR released environmental report card
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources released it first environmental report card on Tuesday, giving the state a B-minus on environmental issues. It's the first time the agency has issued a report that measures how the state is ...
DNR gives state C- for environmental efforts Radio Iowa
Iowa's Ea! rth Day grade: B-minus D! esMoines Register.com
DNR boss: Iowa environment rates a B- Quad City Times
all 31 news articles
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Baltimore Sun

Diamondbacks hire firm to get LEED certification on Chase Field
Bizjournals.com, NC
The Arizona Diamondbacks are hoping to get certification from the US Green Bui! lding Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Desi gn program prior to hosting the All-Star Game in 2011. The team partnered with Arizona Public Service Co. to find a ...
CSU Fullerton honors Student Rec Center's Gold LEED rating OC Metro
Eco-construction: an exercise in symbiotics CU Columbia Spectator
LEED-ing the Way to a More Sustainable Future MarketWatch (press release)
Business Facilities - MinnPost.com
all 120 new! s articl es
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The Star-Ledger - NJ.com

Park fees may rise, NJ environmental official says
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
TRENTON - New Jersey's environmental chief says the state will not close parks or raise user fees this season, but camping, entrance, and other fees might go up next year. Mark Mauriello, the Department of Environmental Protection's acting commissioner ...
Sarlo Statement On FY 2010 Environmental Prote ction Budget PolitickerNJ
State parks escape NJ budget ax Vineland Daily Journal
State parks to stay open Today's Sunbeam - NJ.com
Philadelphia Inquirer - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 28 news articles
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Telegraph.co.uk

Senate Foes Agree on Dangerous Pollutant
New York Times, United St! ates
Senators as varied as John Kerry of Massachusetts and James M. Inhofe of Oklahoma — about as far apart on most environmental issues as it's possible to be — united in introducing legislation requiring the Environmental Protection Agency to assess ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
GOP Leader FAIL: EPA regulations have been massive environmental ... Huffington Post
Lisa Jackson Says She Is Bringing New Energy to the EPA U.S. News & World Report
San Francisco Chronicle ! - Detroit Free Press
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 14:18, Category: General


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The Associated Press

House climate hearings put Obama team on hot seat
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top members of President Barack Obama's energy and environmental team are weighing in on a bill that would curb the emissions blamed for global warming and transform how the nation produces and uses energy. Energy Secretary Steven Chu ...
Obama Administration finds greenhouse gases pose threat KPLC-TV
all 77 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 11:12, Category: General



Newsweek

Goldman Prize boosts Bay Area environmental grou! ps year-round
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By Suzanne Bohan Maria Gunnoe, of West Virginia, one of six winners of the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prizes to be announced in San Francisco, Calif. Monday April 20, 2009, took this "after" picture of her property after it was damaged in a 2007 ...
‘Slaves to Industry' Newsweek
Mountaintop mining of coal is efficient, but environmental effects ... T! ampabay. com
Mountaintop mining activist wins global award The Associated Press
Worldwatch Institute - Arkansas Democrat Gazette
all 154 news articles
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NJ.com

Park fees may rise, NJ environmental official says
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
TRENTON - New Jersey's environmental chief says the state will not close parks or raise user fees this season, but camping, entrance, and other fees might go up next year. Mark Mauriello, the Department of Environmental Protection's acting commissioner ...
Sarlo Statement On FY 2010 Environmental Protection Budget PolitickerNJ
State parks escape NJ budget ax Vineland Daily Journal
Report: NJ chromium contamination standard too lax Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia Inquirer - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 31 news articles
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Earth911.com

We can't afford to abuse Earth
Atlanta Journal Constitution,  USA
The su! ccess of that event led to the creation of the Environmenta! l Pr otection Agency as well as the Clean Air, Clean Water and Endangered Species acts. Better industrial practices have decreased direct environmental threats to communities across the ...
Earth Day: Environmental challenges, and stakes, grow larger St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Earth Day XXXIX Salt Lake Tribune
The Selling of Earth Day 2009: The Good, Bad, and Ugly GreenBiz
The Detroit News - Huffington Post
all 217 n! ews arti cles
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Environmental challenges remain long after first Earth Day
Seattle Post Intelligencer
The tobacco spit-colored waters of Bellingham Bay were subject of a full-page picture when Life magazine published its first issue on enviro! nmental degradation back in 1960. Today's threats don't lend themselves to the camera lens. ...
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Environment News Service
National Briefing | Washington Restrictions Sought for Cement Plants
New York Times, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency estimated that the rules would reduce the plants' mercury emissions at least 81 percent. The agency also predicts a 94 percent reduction in their emissions of hydrochloric acid, which would be regulated for the first ...
EPA wants crackdown on cement plants' mercury San Francisco Chronicle

EPA Proposal Targets Mercury in Cement Kilns Washington Post
EPA proposes mercury cutbacks at cement plants The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - Albany Times Union
all 287 news articles
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Chicago Tribune

Poison in the well: Crestwood officials cut corners and supplied ...
Chicago Tribune, United States
Officials kept using the well even though state environmental officials told them at least 22 years ago that! dangerous chemicals related to a dry-cleaning solvent had ooz! ed into the water, records show. The village avoided scrutiny by telling state ...
Contaminated drinking water discovered United Press International
Quinn wants contaminated water investigation WAND
Quinn to probe EPA on Crestwood water Examiner.com
The Associated Press - Southtown Star
all 139 news articles
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The Southern Ledger

On Earth Day, Obama pushes ambitious climate agenda
Chicago Tribune, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency released an estimate Tuesday predicting the House cap-and-trade bill would "drive the clean energy transformation of the US economy by making it more economically attractive to invest in renewable energy, ...
Lawmakers optimistic about passing climate-change measures Kansas City Star
Fear over higher costs looms over climate debate The Associated Press
EPA Releases Analysis of Climate Bill New York Times
CNET News - Roll Call (subscription)
all 943 news articles
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Iowa DNR released environmental report cardChicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources released it first environmental report card on Tuesday, giving the state a B-minus on environmental issues. It's the first time the agency has issued a report that measures how the state is ...
DNR gives state C- for environmental efforts Radio Iowa
Iowa's Earth Day grade: B-minus DesMoinesRegister.com
DNR boss: Iowa environment rates a B- Quad City Times
Sioux City Journal - KTTC
all 30 news articles
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The Associated Press

House climate hearings put Obama team on hot seat
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top members of President Barack Obama's energy and environmental team are weighing in on a bill that would curb the emissions blamed for global warming and transform how the nation produces and uses energy. Energy Secretary Steven Chu ...
Obama Gambles on Americans' Affection for Green Wall Street Journal Blogs
Obama Administration finds greenhouse gases pose threat KPLC-TV
all 71 news articles
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City attorney candidates to debate environmental issues
Los Angeles Times, CA
Previewing Wednesday night's debate on environmental issues, Los Angeles city attorney candidate Carmen “Nuch” Trutanich pledged Tuesday that he would expand the city's prosecution of environmental crimes and add more environmental compliance officers ...
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 10:11, Category: General



Environment News Service

National Briefing ! | Washington Restrictions Sought for Cement Plants
New York Times, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency estimated that the rules would reduce the plants' mercury emissions at least 81 percent. The agency also predicts a 94 percent reduction in their emissions of hydrochloric acid, which would be regulated for the first ...
EPA wants crackdown on cement plants' mercury San Francisco Chronicle
EPA Proposal Targets Mercury in Cement Kilns Washington Post
EPA proposes mercury cutbacks at cement plants The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - Albany Times Union
all 284 news articles
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The Associated Press

House climate hearings put Obama team on hot seat
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top members of President Barack Obama's energy and environmental team are weighing in on a bill that would curb the emissions blamed for global warming and transform how the nation produces and uses energy. Energy Secretary Steven Chu ...
Obama Gambles on Americans' Affection for Green Wall Street Journal Blogs
Obama Administration finds greenhouse gases pose threat KPLC-TV
all 71 news articles
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Newsweek

‘Slaves to Industry'
Newsweek
Particulate matter, which is a byproduct of the mining process, c! an often end up in the air and groundwater, according to Environmental Protection Agency monitoring. Former US Speaker of the House Tip O'Neill famously stated that all politics is local. ...
Goldman Prize boosts Bay Area environmental groups year-round San Jose Mercury News
Mountaintop mining of coal is efficient, but environmental effects ... Tampabay.com
Mountaintop mining activist wins global award The Associated Press
Worldwatch Institute - Arkansas Democrat Gazette
all 154 news articles
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Environmental challenges remain long after first Earth Day
Seattle Post Intelligencer
The tobacco spit-colored waters of Bellingham Bay were subject of a full-page picture when Life magazine published its first issue on environmental degradation back in 1960. Today's threats don't lend themselves to the camera lens. ...
Read More....


Earth911.com

Earth Day: Environmental challenges, and stakes, grow larger
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MO
By Editorial Board You knew it because Earth Day has become Earth Week — a hybrid of selfless environmental activism and shameless marketing opportunism. If the original was a media sensation, this latest version is an inescapable global phenomenon. ...
We can't afford to abuse Earth Atlanta Journal Constitution
Earth Day XXXIX Salt Lake Tribune
The Selling of Earth Day 2009: The Good, Bad, and Ugly GreenBiz
The Detroit News - Huffington Post
all 209 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 9:11, Category: General



Environment News Service

National Briefing ! | Washington Restrictions Sought for Cement Plants
New York Times, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency estimated that the rules would reduce the plants' mercury emissions at least 81 percent. The agency also predicts a 94 percent reduction in their emissions of hydrochloric acid, which would be regulated for the first ...
EPA wants crackdown on cement plants' mercury San Francisco Chronicle
EPA Proposal Targets Mercury in Cement Kilns Washington Post
EPA proposes mercury cutbacks at cement plants The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - Albany Times Union
all 281 news articles
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The Associated Press

House climate hearings put Obama team on hot seat
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top members of President Barack Obama's energy and environmental team are weighing in on a bill that would curb the emissions blamed for global warming and transform how the nation produces and uses energy. Energy Secretary Steven Chu ...
Obama Gambles on Americans' Affection for Green Wall Street Journal Blogs
House climate hearings put Obama team on hot seat Kentucky.com
Obama Administration finds greenhouse gases pose threat KPLC-TV
all 56 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 7:11, Category: General



Chicago Tribune

Crestwood well water: Mayor tells residents, 'Your drinking water ...
Chicago Tribune, United States
But he stresses that the water has not been used since 2007, when the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency found cancer-causing vinyl chloride in the water. "First of all, I can tell you that your drinking water is safe," wrote Stranczek, ...
Contaminated drinking water discovered United Press International
Quinn wants contaminated water investigation WAND
Quinn to probe EPA on Crestwood water Examiner.com
Southtown Star - The Associated Press
all 136 news articles
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The Associated Press

UN: Gaza's postwar environmental problems growing
The Associated Press
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — Environmental hazards in Gaza, such as raw sewage leaks, have been getting worse since Israel's war on Hamas there as even basic repairs are stalled by the ongoing blockade of the territory, a top UN official said Tuesday. ...
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City attorney candidates to debate environmental issues
Los Angeles Times, CA
Previewing Wednesday night's debate on environmental issues, Los Angeles city attorney candidate Carmen “Nuch” Trutanich pledged Tuesday that he would expand the city's prosecution of enviro! nmental crimes and add more environmental complianc! e office rs ...
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Ars Technica

EPA Proposal Targets Mercury in Cement Kilns
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a new rule today that would slash mercury emissions from the nation's cement kilns, the fourth-largest domestic emitters of such pollution. The agency estimated that, ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA proposes mercury cutbacks at cement plants The Associated Press
EPA Previews Carbon Caps' Impact Wall Street Journal
Albany Times Union - Christian Science Monitor
all 1,780 news articles
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Center For American Progress

Environmental challenges remain long after first Earth Day
Seattle Post Intellig! encer
The tobacco spit-colored waters of Bellingham Bay were subject of a full-page picture when Life magazine published its first issue on environmental degradation back in 1960. Today's threats don't lend themselves to the camera lens. ...
Video: FRONTLINE "Poisoned Waters" | Sneak Peek 4 | PBS PBS
Earth Day inspires us to think seriously about our impact on the ... Examiner.com
all 43 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 6:12, Category: General



The Southern Ledger

On Earth Day, Obama pushes ambitious climate agenda
Chicago Tribune, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency released an estimate Tuesday predicting the House cap-and-trade bill would "drive the clean energy transformation of the US economy by making it more economically attractive to invest in renewable energy, ...
Lawmakers optimistic about passing climate-change measures Kansas City Star
Fear over higher costs looms over climate debate The Associated Press
EPA Releases Analysis of Climate Bill New York Times
CNET News - Roll Call (subscription)
all 940 news articles
Read More....


City attorney candidates to debate environmental issues
Los Angeles! Times,& nbsp;CA
Previewing Wednesday night's debate on environmental issues, Los Angeles city attorney candidate Carmen “Nuch” Trutanich pledged Tuesday that he would expand the city's prosecution of environmental crimes and add more environmental compliance officers ...
Read More....


Ars Technica

EPA Proposal Targets Mercury in Cement Kilns
Washington Post, United States
By Juliet Eilperin The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a new rule today that would slash mercury emissions from the nation's cement kilns, the fourth-largest domestic emitte! rs of such pollution. The agency estimated that, ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
EPA proposes mercury cutbacks at cement plants The Associated Press
EPA Previews Carbon Caps' Impact Wall Street Journal

Albany Times Union - Christian Science Monitor
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Iowa DNR released environmental report card
Chicago Tribune, United States
AP DES MOINES, Iowa - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources released it first environmental report card on Tuesday, giving the state a B-minus on environ! mental issues. It's the first time the agency has issued a report that measures how the state is ...
DNR gives state C- for environmental efforts Radio Iowa
DNR boss: Iowa environment rates a B- Quad City Times
Iowa DNR Releases Environmental Report Card KIMT
Sioux City Journal
all 28 news articles
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Newsweek

Mountaintop mining of coal is efficient, but environmental effects ...
Tampabay.com, FL
On Monday, Gunnoe was recogniz! ed as th e 2009 North American winner of the Goldman Environmental Prize for her work as a community organizer for the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition in West Virginia. The prize is given to six people annually — one on ...
‘Slaves to Industry' Newsweek
Goldman Prize boosts Bay Area environmental groups year-round San Jose Mercury News
Mountaintop mining activist wins global award The Associated Press
Worldwatch Institute - Arkansas Democrat Gazette
all 154 news articles
Read More....


Environment News Service

Earth Day: Environmental challenges, and stakes, grow larger
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MO
By Editorial Board You knew it because Earth Day has become Earth Week — a hybrid of selfless environmental activism and shameless marketing opportunism. If the original was a media sensation, this latest version is an inescapable global phenomenon. ...
We can't afford to abuse Earth Atlanta Journal Constitution
Earth Day XXXIX Salt Lake Tribune
More mellow Earth Day still relevant Kansas City Star
Wired News - ! insideTORONTO.com
all 143 news articles
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NJ.com
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Park fees may rise, NJ environmental official says
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
TRENTON - New Jersey's environmental chief says the state will not close parks or raise user fees this season, but camping, entrance, and other fees might go up next year. Mark Mauriello, the Department of Environmental Protection's acting commissioner ...
NJ scientists say allowable standard for carcinogen in soil is too ... NJ.com
State parks escape NJ budget ax Vineland Daily Journal
Haines: Corzine DEP Chief Disputes Affordable Housing Land Estimate PolitickerNJPhiladelphia Inquirer - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 30 news articles
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Chicago Tribune

Crestwood well water: Mayor tells residents, 'Your drinking water ...
Chicago Tribune, United States
But he stresses that the water has not been used since 2007, when the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency found cancer-causing vinyl chloride in the water. "First of all, I can tell you that your drinking water is safe," wrote Stranczek, ...
Contaminated drinking water discovered United Press International
Quinn wants contaminated water investigation WAND
Quinn to probe EPA on Crestwood water Examiner.com
Southtown Star - The Associated Press
all 135 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 2:11, Category: General



EPA restores stricter reporting of toxic pollution
The Associated Press
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday that it was reversing a decision by the Bush administration in 2006 that reduced reporting of toxic pollution for more than 3500 facilities nationwide. The Bush rules allowed facilities storing or ...
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Boston Globe

GUEST BLOGGER: RUSS HARDING Keep EPA out of global warming action
Detroit Free Press, United States
Today's topic: the April 17 ruling from the US Environmental Protection Agency that greenhouse gases endanger the public. Using the Clean Air Act to regulate carbon dioxide would impose huge transaction costs on an already sputtering economy. ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
US to pass bill on global warming Xinhua
Earth Day: A Work In Progress Hartford Courant
U.S. News Rankings & Reviews - Princeton University The Daily Princetonian
all 1,522 news articles
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The Associated Press

UN: Gaza's postwar environmental problems growing
The Associated Press
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — Environmental hazards in Gaz! a, such as raw sewage leaks, have been getting worse since Isr! ael' s war on Hamas there as even basic repairs are stalled by the ongoing blockade of the territory, a top UN official said Tuesday. ...
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Boston Globe

EPA Analysis Projects Impact of Carbon Bill
Wall Street Journal
By STEPHEN POWER WASHINGTON -- A proposal in Congress to cut US greenhouse-gas emissions by putting a price on carbon could raise prices for electricity by 22% and natural gas by 17% in 2030, according to a study by the Environmental Protection Agency. ...
On Earth Day, Obama pushes ambitious climate agenda Chicago Tribune
Lawmakers optimistic about passing climate-change measures Kansas City Star
Science taking backseat to cost in climate debate The Associated Press
CNET News - New York Times
all 897 news articles
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Rules would limit mercury from cement plants
The Oregonian - OregonLive.com, OR
On Tuesday the US Environmental Protection Agency released proposed rules for airborne mercury and other pollutants from cement kilns, which are few but release large amounts of toxins into the air. Under the rules, mercury emissions would drop from ...
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US biologists say 3 pesticides harm salmon
Seattle Post Intelligencer
The agency sent its findings to the Environmental Protection Agency, which has a year to draw up new guidelines. The restrictions would apply to pesticide use in Oregon, Idaho, California and Washington. The findings are the result of lawsuits that ...
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By germanifa01 - April 22nd, 2009, 0:12, Category: General



Newsweek

Mountaintop mining of coal is efficient, but! environmental effects ...
Tampabay.com, FL
On Monday, Gunnoe was recognized as the 2009 North American winner of the Goldman Environmental Prize for her work as a community organizer for the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition in West Virginia. The prize is given to six people annually — one on ...
‘Slaves to Industry' Newsweek
Goldman Prize boosts Bay Area environmental groups ! year-round San Jose Merc! ury News
Mountaintop mining activist wins global award The Associated Press
It's Getting Hot In Here - Worldwatch Institute
all 154 news articles
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The Star-Ledger - NJ.com

Park fees may rise, NJ environmental official says
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
TRENTON - New Jersey's environmental chief says the state will not close parks or raise user fees this season, but camping, entrance, and other fees might go up next year. Mark Mauriello, the Department of Environmental Protection's acting commissioner ...
Sarlo Statement On FY 2010 Environmental Protection Budget PolitickerNJ
State parks escape NJ budget ax Vineland Daily Journal
State parks to stay open Today's Sunbeam - NJ.com
Philadelphia Inquirer - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 24 news articles
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Stetson dedicating environmental center
Bizjournals.com, NC
Stetson University will dedicate its Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Environmental Learning Center on Earth Day, April 22. The 2800-square-foot building, located adjacent to the Gillespie Museum on the DeLand campus of the university, ...
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ABC News

GUEST BLOGGER: RUSS HARDING Keep EPA out of global warming action
Detroit Free Press, United StatesToday's topic: the April 17 ruling from the US Environmental Protection Agency that greenhouse gases endanger the public. Using the Clean Air Act to regulate carbon dioxide would impose huge transaction costs on an already sputtering economy. ...
Video: EPA Takes On Climate Change CBS
US to pass bill on global warming Xinhua
Breathe your greenhouse gases while you still can UN Dispatch
Princeton University The Daily Princetonian - Los Angeles Times
all 1,520 news articles
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Iowa DNR released environmental report card
Chicago Tri! bune, United States
AP DES! MOINES, Iowa - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources released it first environmental report card on Tuesday, giving the state a B-minus on environmental issues. It's the first time the agency has issued a report that measures how the state is ...
DNR boss: Iowa environment rates a B- Quad City Times
Environmental report gives Iowa a B minus Sioux City Journal
Iowa DNR released environmental report card KTTC
all 27 news articles
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Boston Globe

Congress Launches Debate on Climate Bill
Wall Street Journal
Mr. Waxman has scheduled hearings for Wednesday during which senior Administration officials, including Energy Secretary Steven Chu, Tran! sportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson are expected to ...
Fear over higher costs looms over climate debate The Associated Press
Can Washington make a carbon cap fit? CNET News
EPA Releases Analysis of Climate Bill New York Times
Reuters - Politico
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Louisville Public Media receives environmental reporting grant
Bizjournals.com, NC
Louisville Public Media has received a $40000 grant from the Energy Foundation of San Francisco to support ongoing coverage of the effects environmental hazards are having on climate change in the Ohio Valley. The organization will use the funding to ...
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