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April 26th, 2009

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 15:11, Category: General



New York Times

NJ foundry must pay millions for harm to river and workers
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ
The sentencing of Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co. in US District Court in Trenton caps what prosecutors say was the longest environmental crimes trial ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. The Phillipsburg foundry is owned by mcwane Inc., ...
NJ foundry fined $8 million for violations Philadelphia Inquirer
Cast Iron Pipe Manufacturer Sentenced for Environmental Crimes and ... PR Newswire (press release)
Atlantic States fined $8 million for 32 convictions Deseret News
Allentown Morning Call - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 282 news articles
Read More....


Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. reached a $5.8 million settlement Thursday with environmental groups and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Shell Settles Air Pollution Accusations New York Times
all 91 news articles
Read More....


Baltimore Sun

Updated LEED credits addresses regional differences during ...
Consulting-Specifying Engineer, IL
The new LEED credit encourages specific regional environmental priorities to be addressed during design, construction, and operations of buildings in different geographic locations. "Because environmental priorities differ among various regions of the ...
Green Building Technology WTVY
LEED for Healthcare: Worth it? Ulitzer.com
Weekly LEED roundup – 4/24/09 Mother Nature Network
Bizjournals.com - US Department of State
all 207 news articles
Read More....


Panhandle Republican takes middle pa! th in carbon rules
Austin American-Statesman, TX
Warren Chisum, vice chairman of the House Environmental Regulation Committee, has played a key role in helping that panel shift from blocking rules to shaping them. That rule gets at the political savvy of Chisum, a Panhandle Republican who was ...
Read More....


Polar bears deliver environmental petition to Premier of British ...
Wikinews
On Thursday in Canada, the Society Promoting Environmental Conservation (SPEC) and the Western Canada Wilderness Committee delivered petitions with over 10000 signatorys to the Premier of British Columbia's office. The petitions ask that the government ...
Read More....


Environmental fine paid by Platte Chemical
Delta Democrat Times (subscription), MS
by TERRI FERGUSON SMITH terriferguson@ddtonline.com GREENVILLE - Platte Chemical paid a fine for environmental violations for hazardous waste disposal, the release of herbicides into the air and the discharge of heating water onto the ground. ...
Read More....


Nature crusader draws links between greening the globe and saving ...
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
By JM BROWN SANTA CRUZ -- For all his political pedigree, it seems clear being an environmental champion is really a spiritual sojourn for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. "There is no where God connects with us most forcefully -- no where with such force, ...
Read More....


Lonaconing resident recipient of environmental education award
Cumberland Times-News, MD
FROSTBURG — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory honored Lonaconing resident Robert Miller with the Richard A. Johnson Environmental Education Award at a ceremony Thursday evening in Frostburg. ...
Read More....


CNET News

'Green jobs' at heart of Obama's Earth Day push on energy
New York Times, United States

By ALEX KAPLUN, Greenwire The Obama administration is using Earth Day for launching another all-out effort to sell the American public and key lawmakers on "green jobs" as the solution for the United States' environmental and economic woes. ...
Earth Day helped build environmental awareness, concern Annapolis Capital
Environmental challenges an! d stakes grow St. Louis Post-Dispatch
How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"? ZDNet
Kansas City Star - Atlanta Journal Constitution
all 345 news articles
Read More....


World Magazine

Environmental bullying
Press-Register - al.com, AL
MEMO TO Congress from the Obama administration, delivered by courier from the Environmental Protection Agency: Pass legislation aimed at cooling global warming — or else. The EPA has declared that greenhouse gases emitted by cars and industrial plants ...
Rapid test for waters introduced in Congress Asbury Park Press
Air quality Chicago Tribune
Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2 EnerPub
istockAnalyst.com (press release) - Wall Street Journal
all 288 news articles
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By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 10:11, Category: General



Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. reached a $5.8 million settlement Thursday with environmental groups and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Read More....


New York Times

NJ foundry must pay millions for harm to river and workers
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ
The sentencing of Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co. in US District Court in Trenton caps what prosecutors say was the longest environmental crimes trial ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. The Phillipsburg foundry is owned by mcwane Inc., ...
NJ foundry fined $8 million for violations Philadelphia Inquirer
Cast Iron Pipe Manufacturer Sentenced for Environmental Crimes and ... PR Newswire (press release)
Atlantic States fined $8 million for 32 convictions Deseret News
All! entown Morning Call - Philadelphia Inquirer
all 282 news articles
Read More....


Environmental fine paid by Platte Chemical
Delta Democrat Times (subscription), MS
by TERRI FERGUSON SMITH terriferguson@ddtonline.com GREENVILLE - Platte Chemical paid a fine for environmental violations for hazardous waste disposal, the release of herbicides into the air and the discharge of heating water onto the ground. ...
Read More....


Lonaconing resident recipient of environmental education award
Cumberland Times-News, MD
FROSTBURG — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory honored Lonaconing resident Robert Miller with the Richard A. Johnson Environmental Education Award at a ceremony Thursday evening in Frostburg. ...
Read More....


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Recession means more reuse, less business for trash haulers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
A trash compactor spreads and buries waste at the Veolia Emerald Park Landfill in Muskego. Landfills and w! aste haulers report that business is off in recent months, pro! bably be cause people are consuming and throwing away less due to the poor economy. ...
Read More....


Panhandle Republican takes middle path in carbon rules
Austin American-Statesman, TX
Warren Chisum, vice chairman of the House Environmental Regulation! Committee, has played a key role in helping that panel shift from blocking rules to shaping them. That rule gets at the political savvy of Chisum, a Panhandle Republican who was ...
Read More....


Baltimore Sun!

Updated LEED credits addresses regional differences during ...
Consulting-Specifying Engineer, IL
The new LEED credit encourages specific regional environmental priorities to be addressed during design, construction, and operations of buildings in different geographic locations. "Because environmental priorities differ among various regions of the ...
Green Building Technology WTVY
Weekly LEED roundup – 4/24/09 Mother Nature Network
Earth Day 2009: Greening Diplomacy US Department of State
Bizjournals.com - New England Business Bulletin
all 207 news articles
Read More....


World Magazine

Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2
EnerPub, TX
by Ben Lieberman, Nicolas Loris On April 17, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an endangerment finding, sa! ying that global warming poses a serious threat to public heal! th and s afety. Thus, almost anything that emits carbon dioxide and ...
Reckless 'Endangerment' Wall Street Journal
Last chance Salt Lake Tribune
EPA Proposal Tar! gets Mercury in Cement Kilns Washington Post
High Plains Journal - San Francisco Chronicle
all 283 news articles
Read More....


CNET News

'Green jobs' at heart of Obama! 9;s Earth Day push on energy
New York Times, United States
By ALEX KAPLUN, Greenwire The Obama administration is using Earth Day for launching another all-out effort to sell the American public and key lawmakers on "green jobs" as the solution for the United States' environmental and economic woes. ...
Earth Day helped build environmental awareness, concern Annapolis Capital
Environmental challenges and stakes grow St. Louis Post-Dispatch
How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"? ZDNet
Kansas City Star - Atlanta Journal Constituti! on
all 345 news articles
Read More....


Nature crusader draws links between greening the globe and saving ...
Sa! n Jose Mercury News,  USA
! By JM BR OWN SANTA CRUZ -- For all his political pedigree, it seems clear being an environmental champion is really a spiritual sojourn for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. "There is no where God connects with us most forcefully -- no where with such force, ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 8:10, Category: General



CBS News

Lawsuit alleges fertilizer was contaminated! around Cameron, Mo.
Kansas City Star, MO
By KAREN DILLON and DONALD BRADLEY During a meeting Wednesday night in Cameron, attorney Brian Madden, front along with Bob Bowcock, an environmental investigator and environmental activist Erin Brockovich, presented their prelimenary findings in an ...
Video: Report: Hexavalent Chromium Used As Fertilizer KMBC
Brockovich discusses lawsuit Cameron Citizen-Observer (subscription)
Brockovich: Problem Found in Cameron Ozarks First
Forbes - WCSH-TV
all 389 news articles
Read More....


Lonaconing resident recip! ient of environmental education award
Cumberland Times-News, MD

FROSTBURG — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory honored Lonaconing resident Robert Miller with the Richard A. Johnson Environmental Education Award at a ceremony Thursday evening in Frostburg. ...
Read More....


CNET News

'Green jobs' at heart of Obama's Earth Day push on energy
New York Times, United States
By ALEX KAPLUN, Greenwire The Obama administration is using Earth Day for launching another all-out effort to sell the American public and key lawmakers on "green jobs" as the solution for the United States' environmental and economic woes. ...
Earth Day helped build environmental awareness, concern Annapolis Capital
Environmental challenges and stakes grow St. Louis Post-Dispatch
How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"?! ZDNet
Kansas City Star - Atlanta Journal Constitution
all 345 news articles
Read More....


World Magazine

Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2
EnerPub, TXby Ben Lieberman, Nicolas Loris On April 17, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an endangerment finding, saying that global warming poses a serious threat to public health and safety. Thus, almost anything that emits carbon dioxide and ...
Reckless 'Endangerment' Wall Street Journal
Last chance Salt Lake Tribune
The carbon footprint may be on agriculture's face High Plains Journal
San Francisco Chronicle - New York Times
all 283 news articles
Read More....


Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. reached a $5.8 million settlement Thursday with environmental groups and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a ! federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Read More....


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Recession means more reuse, less business for trash haulers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
A trash compactor spreads and buries waste at the Veolia Emerald Park Landfill in Muskego. Landfills and waste haulers report that business is off in recent months, probably because people are consuming and throwing away less due to the poor economy. ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 7:11, Category: General



Panhandle Republican takes middle path in carbon rules
Austin American-Statesman, TX
Warren Chisum, vice chairman of the House Environmental Regulation Committee, has played a key role in helping that panel shift from blocking rules to shaping them. That rule gets at the political savvy of Chisum, a Panhandle Republican who was ...
Read More....


World Magazine

Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2
EnerPub, TX
by Ben Lieberman, Nicolas Loris On April 17, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an endangerment finding, saying that global warming poses a serious threat to public health and safety. Thus, almost anything that emits carbon dioxide and ...
Reckless 'Endangerment' Wall Street Journal
Last chance Salt Lake Tribune
The carbon footprint may be on agriculture's face High Plains Journal
San Francisco Chronicle - New York Times
all 283 news articles
Read More....


Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. reached a $5.8 million settlement Thursday with environmental group! s and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Read More....


Lonaconing resident recipient of environmental education award
Cumberland Times-News, MD
FROSTBURG — The University of Maryla! nd Cente r for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory honored Lonaconing resident Robert Miller with the Richard A. Johnson Environmental Education Award at a ceremony Thursday evening in Frostburg. ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 6:10, Category: General



Texas kiln could be target of proposed changes
Houston Chronicle, United States
2009 AP NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — The cement industry is concerned that a proposed Environmental Protection Agency plan to reduce mercury emissions for cement kilns could also cost jobs. This week's EPA proposal could cut emissions of the powerful ...
Read More....


Panhandle Republican takes middle path in carbon rules
Austin American-Statesman, TX
Warren Chisum, vice chairman of the House Environmental Regulation Committee, has played a key role in helping that panel shift from blocking rules to shaping them. That rule gets at the political savvy of Chisum, a Panhandle Republican who was ...
Read More....


CBS News

Lawsuit alleges fertilizer was contaminated around Cameron, Mo.
Kansas City Star, MO
By KAREN DILLON and DONALD BRADLEY During a meeting Wednesday night in Cameron, attorney Brian Madden, front along with Bob Bowcock, an environmental investigator and environmental activist Erin Brockovich, presented their prelimenary findings in an ...
Video: Report: Hexavalent Chromium Used As Fertilizer KMBC
Brockovich discusses lawsuit Cameron Citizen-Observer (subscription)
Brockovich: Problem Found in Cameron Ozarks First
Forbes - WCSH-TV
all 389 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 5:11, Category: General



Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Recession means more reuse, less business! for trash haulers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
A trash compactor spreads and buries waste at the Veolia Emerald Park Landfill in Muskego. Landfills and waste haulers report that business is off in recent months, probably because people are consuming and throwing away less due to the poor economy. ...
Read More....


Lonaconing resident recipient ! of en vironmental education award
Cumberland Times-News, MD
FROSTBURG — The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory honored Lonaconing resident Robert Miller with the Richard A. Johnson Environmental Education Award at a ceremony Thursday evening in Frostburg. ...
Read More....


Panhandle Republican takes middle path in carbon rules
Austin American-Statesman, TX
Warren Chisum, vice chairman of the House Environmental Regulation Committee, has played a key role in helping that panel shift from blocking rules to shaping them. That rule gets at the political savvy of Chisum, a Panhandle Republican who was ...
Read More....


New York Times

NJ foundry must pay millions for harm to river and workers
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ
The sentencing of Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co. in US District Court in Trenton caps what prosecutors say was the longest environmental crimes trial ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. The Phillipsburg foundry is owned by mcwane Inc., ...
NJ foundry fined $8 million for violations Philadelphia Inquirer
Cast Iron Pipe Manufacturer Sentenced for Environmental Crimes and ... PR Newswire (press release)
Atlantic States fined $8 million for 32 convictions Deseret News
Allentown Morning Call - The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
all 282 news articles
Read More....


World Magazine

!
Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2
EnerPub, TX
by Ben Lieberman, Nicolas Loris On April 17, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an endangerment finding, saying that global warming poses a serious threat to public health and safety. Thus, almost anything that emits carbon dioxide and ...
Reckless 'Endangerment' Wall Street Journal
The carbon footprint may be on agriculture's face High Plains Journal
Last chance Salt Lake Tribune
San Francisco Chronicle - New York Times
all 282 news articles
Read More....


Chicago Breaking News - ! Tribune

Ill. residents angry over alleged tainted water
The Associated Press
The newspaper found that officials in Crestwood, a suburb south of Chicago, knowingly drew drinking water from a well that state environmental officials had said contained dangerous chemicals related to a dry-cleaning solvent. ...
Crestwood toxic well: Mayor tells upset Crestwood residents that ... Chicago Tribune
Crestwood no place for environmentalists Southtown Star
Lawsuit, New Illness Claims From Crestwood Water CBS2 Chicago
WREX-TV - Chicago Tribune
all 88 news articles
Read More....


CBS News

Lawsuit alleges fertilizer was contaminated around Cameron, Mo.
Kansas City Star, MO
By KAREN DILLON and DONALD BRADLEY During a meeting Wednesday night in Cameron, attorney Brian Madden, front along with Bob Bowcock, an environmental invest! igator and environmental activist Erin Brockovich, presented their prelimenary findings in an ...
Video: Report: Hexavalent Chromium Used As Fertilizer KMBC
Brockovich ! discusses lawsuit Camero! n Citize n-Observer (subscription)
Brockovich: Problem Found in Cameron Ozarks First
Forbes - WCSH-TV
all 389 news articles
Read More....


CNET News

'Green jobs' at heart of Obama's Earth Day push on energy
New York Times, United States
By ALEX KAPLUN, Greenwire The Obama administration is using Earth Day for launching another all-out effort to sell the American public and key lawmakers on "green jobs" as the solution for the United States' environmental and economic woes. ...
Earth Day helped build environmental awareness, concern Annapolis Capital
Environmental challenges and stakes grow St. Louis Post-Dispatch
How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"? ZDNet
Atlanta Journal Constitution&! nbsp;- < a href="http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/4-5&fd=R&url=http://www.kansascity.com/238/story/1152590.html&cid=1337004016&ei=PuDzSeHtMuHOjAe_6ayEDA&usg=AFQjCNFqktzTZ4-OGBEMrMENVNx6jNVZig">Kansas City Star
all 345 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 2:11, Category: General



Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. reached a $5.8 million settlement Thursday with environmental groups and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Read More....


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Recession means more reuse, less business for trash haulers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
A trash compactor spreads and buries waste at the Veolia Emerald Park Landfill in Muskego. Landfills and waste haulers report that business is off in recent months, probably because people are consuming and throwing away less due to the poor economy. ...
Read More....


Trout Unlimited can't get judge to bite on collecting ...
Roanoke Times, VA
Trout Unlimited asked that part of a company's environmental violation penalty be paid to it. By Mike Gangloff Call it the charge of the trout brigade. Officers of Roanoke Valley Trout Unlimited Chapter 308 were in federal court Friday to make an ...
Read More....


World Magazine

Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2
EnerPub, TX
by Ben Lieberman, Nicolas Loris On April 17, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an endangerment finding, saying that global warming poses a serious threat to public health and safety. Thus, almost anything that emits carbon dioxide and ...
Reckless 'Endangerment' Wall Street Journal
The carbon footprint may be on agriculture's face High Plains Journal
Last chance Salt Lake Tribune
Washington Post - San Francisco Chronicle
all 282 news articles
Read More....


CBS News

Lawsuit alleges fertilizer was contaminated around Cameron, Mo.
Kansas City Star, MO
By KAREN DILLON and DONALD BRADLEY During! a meeti ng Wednesday night in Cameron, attorney Brian Madden, front along with Bob Bowcock, an environmental investigator and environmental activist Erin Brockovich, presented their prelimenary findings in an ...
Video: Report: Hexavalent Chromium Used As Fertilizer KMBC
Brockovich discusses lawsuit Cameron Citizen-Observer (subscription)
Brockovich: Problem Found in Cameron Ozarks First
WCSH-TV - Forbes! < /a>
all 389 news articles
Read More....


Texas kiln could be target of proposed changes
Houston Chronicle, United States
2009 AP NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas ! The cement industry is concerned that a proposed Environmental Protection Agency plan to reduce mercury emissions for cement kilns could also cost jobs. This week's EPA proposal could cut emissions of the powerful ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 1:11, Category: General



Trout Unlimited can't get judge to bite on collecting ...
Roanoke Times, VA
Trout Unlimited asked that part of a company's environmental violation penalty be paid to it. By Mike Gangloff Call it the charge of the trout brigade. Officers of Roanoke Valley Trout Unlimited Chapter 308 were in federal court Friday to make an ...
Read More....


Texas kiln could be target of proposed changes
Houston Chronicle, United States
2009 AP NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — The cement industry is concerned that a proposed Environmental Protection Agency plan to reduce mercury emissions for cement kilns could also cost jobs. This week's EPA proposal could cut emissions of the powerful ...
Read More....


CNET News

'Green jobs' at heart of Obama's Earth Day push on energy
New York Times, United States
By ALEX KAPLUN, Greenwire The Obama administration is using Earth Day for launching another all-out effort to sell the American public and key lawmakers on "green jobs" as the solution for the United States' environmental and economic woes. ...
Earth Day helped build environmental awareness, concern Annapolis Capital
Environmental challenges and stakes grow St. Louis Post-Dispatch
How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"? ZDNet
Palladium-Item - Atlanta Journal Constitution
all 345 news articles
Read More....


MSN Indonesia

Environment ministers set course on tackling climate change
Xinhua, China
At the Siracusa meeting, great attention was also given to the role of the United States after President Barack Obama's new environmental approach raised hopes for reaching a global deal against climate change. Washington has acknowledged the need for ...
US delivers message of urgency on climate change The Associated Press
US, other G-8 nations open climate talks Dallas Morning News
UN: gaps remain in climate talks Fo! rbes
all 110 news articles
Read More....


Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. reached a $5.8 mi! llion settlement Thursday with environmental groups and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Shell Settles Air Pollution Accusations New York Times
all 91 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - April 26th, 2009, 0:11, Category: General



Trout Unlimited can't get judge to bite on collecting ...
Roanoke Times, VA
Trout Unlimited asked that part of a company's environmental violation penalty be paid to it. By Mike Gangloff Call it the charge of the trout brigade. Officers of Roanoke Valley Trout Unlimited Chapter 308 were in federal court Friday to make an ...
Read More....


WHDH-TV

State temporarily closes environmental camp for salmonella
Eagle Tribune, MA
By Jo-Anne MacKenzie New Hampshire authorities have temporarily closed the environmental camp where more than 50 students from the Woodbury Middle School in Salem, NH, became ill with salmonella poisoning last week. The NH Department of Health and ...
Camp Temporarily Closed Where Children Fell Ill WMUR
Salmonell! a Sickens Dozens Of Students Boston Channel.com
all 7 news articles
Read More....


CNET News

'Green jobs' at heart of Obama's Earth Day push on energy
New York Times, United States
By ALEX KAPLUN, Greenwire The Obama administration is using Earth Day for launching another all-out effort to sell the American public and key lawmakers on "green jobs" as the solution for the United States' environmental and economic woes. ...
Earth Day helped build environmental awareness, concern Annapolis Capital
Environmental challenges and stakes grow St. Louis Post-Dispatch
How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"? ZDNet
Palladium-Item - Atlanta Journal Constitution
all 345 news articles
Read More....


World Magazine

Five reasons the EPA should not regulate CO2
EnerPub, TX
by Ben Lieberman, Nicolas L! oris On April 17, the Environmental Protection Agency (! EPA) iss ued an endangerment finding, saying that global warming poses a serious threat to public health and safety. Thus, almost anything that emits carbon dioxide and ...
Reckless 'Endangerment' Wall Street Journal
The carbon footprint may be on agriculture's face High Plains Journal
Last chance Salt Lake Tribune
San Francisco Chronicle - New York Times
all 282 news articles
Read More....


Baltimore Sun

Updated LEED credits addresses regional differences during ...
Consulting-Specifying Engineer, IL
The new LEED credit encourages specific regional environmental priorities to be addressed during design, construction, and operations of buildings in different geographic locations. "Because environmental priorities differ among various regions of the ...
Green Building Technology WTVY
Weekly LEED roundup – 4/24/09 Mother Nature Network
LEED for Healthcare: Worth it? Ulitzer.com
US Department of State - Bizjournals.com
all 207 news articles
Read More....


Shell settles with Texas environmental groups
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — Shell Oil Co. rea! ched a $ 5.8 million settlement Thursday with environmental groups and agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions at a Gulf Coast refinery. The agreement, which must still be approved by a federal judge, would cut greenhouse ...
Shell Settles Air Pollution Accusations New York Times
all 91 news articles
Read More....


New York Times

NJ foundry must pay millions for harm to river and work! ers< br>The Star-Ledger - NJ.com, NJ
The sentencing of Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co. in US District Court in Trenton caps what prosecutors say was the longest environmental crimes trial ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. The Phillipsburg foundry is owned by mcwane Inc., ...
NJ foundry fined $8 million for violations Philadelphia Inquirer
Cast Iron Pipe Manufacturer Sentenced for Environmental Crimes and ... PR Newswire (press release)
Atlantic States fined $8 million for 32 convictions Deseret News
Allentown Morning Call - The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
all 281 news articles
Read More....


CBS News

Lawsuit alleges fertilizer was contaminated around Cameron, Mo.
Kansas City Star, MO
By KAREN DILLON and DONALD BRADLEY During a meeting Wednesday night in Cameron, attorney Brian Madden, front along with Bob Bowcock, an environmental investigator and environmental activist Erin Brockovich, presented their prelimenary findings in an ...
Video: Report: Hexavalent Chromium Used As Fertilizer KMBC
Brockovich discusses lawsuit Cameron Citizen-Observer (subscription)
Brockovich: Problem Found in Cameron Ozarks First
WCSH-TV - Forbes
all 389 news articles
Read More....


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Recession means more reuse, less business for trash ha! ulers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WI
A trash compactor spreads and buries waste at the Veolia Emerald Park Landfill in Muskego. Landfills and waste haulers report that business is off in recent months, probably because people are consuming and throwing away less due to the poor economy. ...
Read More....


MSN Indonesia

Environment ministers set course on tackling climate change
Xinhua, China
At the Siracusa meeting, great attention was also given to the role of the United States after President Barack Obama's new environmental approach raised hopes for reaching a global deal against climate change. Washington has acknowledged the need for ...
US delivers message of urgency on climate change The Associated Press
US, other G-8 nations open climate talks Dallas Morning News
UN: gaps remain in climate talks Forbes
! all 110 news articles
Read More....

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