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June 7th, 2009

By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 18:03, Category: General



Report: Radon poses risk at Tahoe
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
An estimated 23400 people live in homes were radon is likely to equal or exceed the US Environmental Protection Agency's recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter, the agency reported. The survey found about 40 percent of California homes ...
Radon persists at Lake Tahoe south shore Tahoe Daily Tribune
South Tahoe High security guard arrested San Jose Mercury News
No bond sale for South Tahoe convention center San Jose Mercury News
Tahoe Daily Tribune - Tahoe Daily Tribune
all 103 news articles
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By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 17:04, Category: General



MyFox Houston

State s! ues BP, alleging Texas City pollution violations
Houston Chronicle, United States
In a lawsuit announced Thursday, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott alleges that the refinery violated the state's environmental laws at least 46 times, starting with the March 2005 explosion that killed 15 people. The lawsuit alleges that shoddy ...
State of Texas goes after BP in Texas City fire Austin American-Statesman
State sues BP claiming environmental violations Daily News - Galveston County
Texas AG sues BP over environmental violations Legal News Line
The Associated Press - Daily Mail
all 134 news articles
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NH, Plymouth State sign environm! ental agreement
W! CAX,&nbs p;VT
AP - June 6, 2009 11:15 AM ET CONCORD, NH (AP) - New Hampshire's Department of Environmental Services and Plymouth State University have signed an agreement to help protect the environment in central and northern New Hampshire. ...
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Report: Radon poses risk at Tahoe
San Jo! se Mercury News,  USA
An estimated 23400 people live in homes were radon is likely to equal or exceed the US Environmental Protection Agency's recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter, the agency reported. The survey found about 40 percent of California homes ...
Radon persists at Lake Tahoe south shore Tahoe Daily Tribune
South Tahoe High security guard arrested San Jose Mercury NewsNo bond sale for South Tahoe convention center San Jose Mercury News
Tahoe Daily Tribune - Tahoe Daily Tribune
all 103 news articles
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Environmental message earns Dengate PSM
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
John Dengate has seen a lot of change duri! ng the three decades he's been presenting strong, clear me! ssages o n environmental issues. "The thing that intrigues me I suppose is that in my lifetime, the environment has gone from a kind of lefty issue that ...
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By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 16:03, Category: General



MyFox Houston

Sta! te sues BP, alleging Texas City pollution violations
Houston Chronicle, United States
In a lawsuit announced Thursday, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott alleges that the refinery violated the state's environmental laws at least 46 times, starting with the March 2005 explosion that killed 15 people. The lawsuit alleges that shoddy ...
State of Texas goes after BP in Texas City fire Austin American-Statesman
State sues BP claiming environmental violations Daily News - Galveston County
Texas AG sues BP over environmental violations Legal News Line
Bizjournals.com - The Associated Press
all 134 news articles
Read More....


Washington Post

Environmental leader named Great Lakes czar
Port Huron Times Herald, MI
The president of Chicago-based environmentalist group the Alliance for the Great Lakes has been appointed a special adviser to the Environmental Protection Agency. Cameron Davis was named for the position by EPA head Lisa Jackson today, ...
President's lakes issues aide named Toledo Blade
Environmental activist named as EPA advisor Chicago Breaking News - Tribune
EPA appoints czar for Great Lakes cl! ean up The Associated Pr! ess
Sandusky Register - Chicago Daily Observer
all 362 news articles
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By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 15:03, Category: General



Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com

Michigan news: Ferry warned to keep coal waste out of Lake Michigan
Detroit Free Press, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency has given Lake Michigan Carferry, owner of the SS Badger, until 2012 to change its practices -- a deadline the company says it will meet. The Badger hauls people and vehicles between Ludington and Manitowoc, Wis. ...
Coal ash's effect on lake disputed Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com
Many surprised by coal ash dumping Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com
all 4 news articles
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Environmental Tectonics stock starts trading on OTC Bulletin Board
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp. said Thursday that its stock has begun trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol ETCC. The company also said an independent broker-dealer, which it didn't identify, has begun acting as a market maker for its stock ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Common Stock Begins ! Trading ... PR Ne! wswire ( press release)
Environmental Tectonics Corporation Announces Approval for Listing ... PR Newswire (press release)
all 25 news articles
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Electric bills to increase for environmental improvement
ENC Today, NC
Some environmental groups would like to require electricity companies to bid on the allowances. Hartzell said that they should "pay to pollute," creating revenue for the federal government. "That revenue can go back into investing in energy efficiency, ...
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Washington Post

Environmental leader named Great Lakes czar
Port Huron Times Herald, MI
The president of Chicago-based environmentalist group the Alliance for the Great Lakes has been appointed a special adviser to the Environmental Protection Agency. Cameron Davis was named for the position by EPA head Lisa Jackson today, ...
President's lakes issues aide named Toledo Blade
E nvironmental activist named as EPA advisor Chicago Breaking News - Tribune
President Obama names Great Lakes czar to oversee cleanup efforts Sandusky Register
The Associated Press - Chicago Daily Observer
all 362 news articles
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Mick Hager column: Extreme environmental views as harmful as ...
Green Bay Press Gazette, WI
The name-calling from environmental extremists the minute someone asks a legitimate question is discouraging. I have questions. How come the environmentalists have changed the term from "global warming" to "climate change?" Is it because over the last ...
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By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 14:06, Category: General



Korea Times

'Protect Childre! n From Environmental Health Risks'
Korea Times, South Korea
By Bae Ji-sook All countries around the globe should exert greater efforts to eliminate environmental risks threatening the health of children, a senior World Health Organization (WHO) official said. To prevent childhood diseases through a healthy ...
WHO to Open Conference for Kid Health in Busan Today Korea Times
all 2 news articles
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By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 13:04, Category: General



Korea Times

'Protect Childre! n From Environmental Health Risks'
Korea Times, South Korea
By Bae Ji-sook All countries around the globe should exert greater efforts to eliminate environmental risks threatening the health of children, a senior World Health Organization (WHO) official said. To prevent childhood diseases through a healthy ...
WHO to Open Conference for Kid Health in Busan Today Korea Times
all 2 news articles
Read More....


No environmental review for controversial Fells project
Boston Globe, United States
A nine-year controversy over a proposed major development surrounded by the Middlesex Fells Reservation twisted again yesterday as the state agreed not to try and force the developer to complete a full environmental review of the projec! t. ...
State drops challenge to Fells development Boston Globe
all 2 news articles
Read More....


Sin Chew Jit Poh

China considering environmental tax: govt
AFP
"Collecting environmental taxes from (polluting) companies is one of the directions of China's tax system reform," Zhang Lijun,! deputy head of the Environmental Protection Ministry, told reporters. "Several departments are currently working together to ...
Environment Chief Targets Impact of Economic Stimulus Wall Street Journal
China: Will ensure stimulus protects environment The Associated Press
China says pollution down despite spending spurt Reuters
People's Daily Online - Shanghai Daily
all 153 news articles
Read More....


Washington Post

Environmental leader named Great Lakes czar
Port Huron Times Herald, MI
The president of Chicago-based environmentalist group the Alliance for the Great Lakes has been appointed a special adviser to the Environmental Protection Agency. Cameron Davis was named for the position by EPA head Lisa Jackson today, ...
President's lakes issues aide named Toledo Blade
Environmental activist named as EPA advisor Chicago Breaking News - Tribune
President Obama names Great Lakes czar to oversee cleanup efforts Sandusky Register
The Associated Press - Clout Street - Chicago Tribune Blog
all 362 news articles
Read More....


NH, Plymouth State sign environmental agreement
WCAX, VT
AP - June 6, 2009 11:15 AM ET CONCORD, NH (AP) - New Hampshire's Department of Environmental Services and Plymouth State University have signed an agreement to help protect the environment in central and northern New Hampshire. ...
Read More....


Report: Radon poses risk at Tahoe
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
An estimated 23400 people live in homes were radon is likely to equal or exceed the US Environmental Protection Agency's recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter, the agency reported. The survey found about 40 percent of California homes ...
Radon persists at Lake Tahoe south shore Tahoe Daily Tribune
South Tahoe High security guard arrested San Jose Mercury News
No bond sale for South Tahoe convention center San Jose Mercury News
Tahoe Daily Tribune - Tahoe Daily Tribune
all 103 news articles
Read More....


Environme! ntal Tectonics stock starts trading on OTC Bulletin Board
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp. said Thursday that its stock has begun trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol ETCC. The company also said an independent broker-dealer, which it didn't identify, has begun acting as a market maker for its stock ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Common Stock Begins Trading ... PR Newswire (press release)
Environmental Tectonics Corporation Announces Approval for Listing ... PR Newswire (press release)
all 25 news articles
Read More....


National Briefing | South Alabama: Dump to Take Coal Ash From ...
New York Times, United States
By AP State environmental officials said a giant landfill in one of Alabama's poorest counties would take coal ash from a spill in Tennessee. The Alabama Environmental Management Department said it received notice from the Tennessee Valley Authority ...
Millions of tons of TVA coal ash coming to Ala. The Associated Press
Tennessee's coal ash sludge brought to Georgia Atlanta Journal Constitution
Tons of spilled coal ash from Tennessee may be dumped in Alabama Fort Worth Star Telegram
Chattanooga Times Free Press - Knoxville News Sentinel
all 333 news articles
Read More....


MyFox Houston

State sues BP, alleging Texas City pollution violations
Houston Chronicle, United States
In a lawsuit announced Thursday, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott alleges that the refinery violated the state's environmental laws at least 46 times, starting with the March 2005 explosion that killed 15 people. The lawsuit alleges that shodd! y ...
State of Texas goes after BP in Texas City fire Austin American-Statesman
Texas AG sues BP over environmental violations Legal News Line
Stat e sues BP claiming environmental violations Daily News - Galveston County
Bizjournals.com - The Associated Press
all 134 news articles
Read More....


Electric bills to increase for environmental improvement
ENC Today, NC
Some environmental groups would like to require electricity companies to bid on the allowances. Hartzell said that they should "pay to pollute," creating revenue for the federal government. "That revenue can go back into investing in energy efficiency, ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 12:03, Category: General



Washington Post

Environmental leader named Great Lakes czar
Port Huron Times Herald, MI
The president of Chicago-based environmentalist group the Alliance for the Great Lakes has been appointed a special adviser to the Environmental Protection Agency. Cameron Davis was named for the position by EPA head Lisa Jackson today, ...
President's lakes issues aide named Toledo Blade
Environmental activist named as EPA advisor Chicago Breaking News - Tribune
President Obama names Great Lakes czar to oversee cleanup efforts Sandusky Register
The Associated Press - Clout Street - Chicago Tribune Blog
all 362 news articles
Read More....


Korea Times

'Protect Children From Environmental Health Risks'
Korea Times, South Korea
By Bae Ji-sook All countries around the globe should exert greater efforts to eliminate environmental risks threatening the health of children, a senior World Health Organization (WHO) official said. To prevent childhood diseases through a healthy ...
WHO to Open Conference for Kid Health in Busan Today Korea Times
all 2 news articles
Read More....


National Briefing | South Alabama: Dump to Take Coal Ash From ...
New York Times, United States
By AP State environmental officials said a giant landfill in one of Alabama's poorest counties would take coal ash from a spill in Tennessee. The Alabama Environmental Management Department said it received notice from the Tennessee Valley Authority ...
Millions of tons of TVA coal ash coming to Ala. The Associated Press
Tennessee's coal ash sludge brought to Georgia Atlanta Journal Constitution
Tons of spilled coal ash from Tennessee may be dumped in Alabama Fort Worth Star Telegram
C! hattanooga Times Free Press - Knoxville News Sentinel
all 333 news articles
Read More....


MyFox Houston

State sues BP, alleging Texas City pollution violations
Houston Chronicle, United States
In a lawsuit announced Thursday, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott alleges that the refinery violated the state's environmental laws at least 46 times, starting with the March 2005 explos! ion that killed 15 people. The lawsuit alleges that shoddy ! ...< /font>
State of Texas goes after BP in Texas City fire Austin American-Statesman
Texas AG sues BP over environmental violations Legal News Line
State sues BP claiming environmental violations Daily News - Galveston County
Bizjournals.com - PennEnergy
all 134 news articles
Read More....


Report: Radon poses risk at Tahoe
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
An estimated 23400 people live in homes were radon is likely to equal or exceed the US Environmental Protection Agency's recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter, the agency reported. The survey found about 40 percent of California homes ...
Radon persists at Lake Tahoe south shore Tahoe Daily Tribune
South Tahoe High security guard arrested San Jose Mercury News
No bond sale for South Tahoe convention center San Jose Mercury News
! Tahoe Daily Tribune - Tahoe Daily Tribune
all 99 news articles
Read More....


Electric bills to increase for environmental improvement
ENC Today, NC
Some environmental groups would like to require electricity companies to bid on the allowances. Hartzell said that they should "pay to pollute," creating revenue for the federal government. "That revenue can go back into investing in energy efficiency, ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 10:03, Category: General



Washington Post

Environmental activist named as EPA advisor
Chicago Breaking News - Tribune, IL
The head of a Chicago-based Great Lakes conservation group has been tapped as senior adviser for the US Environmental Protection Agency's multi-billion dollar restoration and cleanup effort for the Great Lakes, the EPA announced Friday. ...
Environmental leader named Great Lakes czar Port Huron Times Herald
President's lakes issues aide named Toledo Blade
President Obama names Great Lakes czar to oversee cleanup efforts Sandusky Register
The Associated Press - Chicago Daily Observer
all 362 news articles
Read More....


Environmental Tectonics stock starts trading on OTC Bulletin Board
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp. said Thursday that its stock has begun trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol ETCC. The company also said an independent broker-dealer, which it didn't identify, has begun acting as a market maker for its stock ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Common Stock Begins Trading ... PR Newswire (press release)
Environmental Tectonics Corporation Announces Approval for Listing ... PR Newswire (press release)
all 25 news articles
Read More....


National Briefing | South Alabama: Dump to Take Coal Ash From ...
New York Times, United States
By AP State environmental officials said a giant landfill in one of Alabama's poorest counties would take coal ash from a spill in Tennessee. The Alabama Environmental Management Department said it received notice from the Tennessee Valley Authority ...
Millions of tons of TVA coal ash coming to Ala. The Associated PressTennessee's coal ash sludge brought to Georgia Atlanta Journal Constitution
Tons of spilled coal ash from Tennessee may be dumped in Alabama Fort Worth Star Telegram
Chattanooga Times Free Press&! nbsp;- < a href="http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/1-5&fd=R&url=http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2009/jun/06/rain-carried-ash-downstream/&cid=1254567490&ei=j4UrSpuNG53SjAeakKDEBQ&usg=AFQjCNGEFdBqhr63_HeaDzpUKpHMm55_xA">Knoxville News Sentinel
all 331 news articles
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Report: Radon poses risk at Tahoe
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
An estimated 23400 people live in homes were radon is likely to equal or exceed the US Environmental Protection Agency's recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter, the agency reported. The survey found about 40 percent of California homes ...
Radon persists at Lake Tahoe south shore Tahoe Daily Tribune
South Tahoe High security guard arrested San Jose Mercury News
No bond sale for South Tahoe convention center San Jose Mercury News
Tahoe Daily Tribune - Tahoe Daily Tribune
all 99 news articles
Read More....

Sin Chew Jit Poh
China considering environmental tax: govt
AFP
"Collecting environmental taxes from (polluting) companies is one of the directions of China's tax system reform," Zhang Lijun, deputy head of the Environmental Protection Ministry, told reporters. "Several departments are currently working together to ...
Environment Chief Targets Impact of Economic Stimulus Wall Street Journal
China: Will ensure stimulus protects environment The Associated Press
China says pollution down despite spending spurt Reuters
People's Daily Online - Shanghai Daily
all 153 news articles
Read More....


Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com

Michigan news: Ferry warned to keep coal waste out of La! ke Michigan
Detroit F! ree Pres s, United States
The Environmental Protection Agency has given Lake Michigan Carferry, owner of the SS Badger, until 2012 to change its practices -- a deadline the company says it will meet. The Badger hauls people and vehicles between Ludington and Manitowoc, Wis. ...
Coal ash's effect on lake disputed Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com
Many surprised by coal a! sh dumping Muskegon Chronicle - MLive.com
all 4 news articles
Read More....


Bee&#! 39;ah Announces Jeremy Byatt – Director, Environmental Respon sibility
Al-Bawaba, Jordan
Bee'ah, The Sharjah Environment Company today announced the appointment of Mr. Jeremy Byatt, Director, Environmental Responsibility with immediate effect. Most recently, Jeremy Byatt was principal of ClearIdeas, a company he founded with the purpose of ...
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No environmental review for controversial Fells project
Boston Globe, United States
A nine-year controversy over a proposed major development surrounded by the Middlesex Fells Reservation twisted again yesterday as the state agreed not to try and force the developer to complete a full environmental review of the project. ...
State drops challenge to Fells development Boston Globe
all 2 news articles
Read More....


Electric bills to increase for environmental improvement
ENC Today, NC
Some environmental groups would like to require electricity companies to bid on the allowances. Hartzell said that they should "p! ay to pollute," creating revenue for the federal government. "That revenue can go back into investing in energy efficiency, ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 7th, 2009, 0:03, Category: General



Washington Post

Environmental activist named as EPA advisor
Chicago Breaking News - Tribune, IL
The head of a Chicago-based Great Lakes conservation group has been tapped as senior adviser for the US Environmental Protection Agency's multi-billion dollar restoration and cleanup effort for the Great Lakes, the EPA announced Friday. ...
Environmental leader named Great Lakes czar Port Huron Times Herald
President's lakes issues aide named Toledo Blade
President Obama names Great Lakes czar to oversee cleanup efforts Sandusky Register
The Associated Press - Chicago Daily Observer
all 361 news articles
Read More....


E lectric bills to increase for environmental improvement
ENC Today, NC
Some environmental groups would like to require electricity companies to bid on the allowances. Hartzell said that they should "pay to pollute," creating revenue for the federal government. "That revenue can go back into investing in energy efficiency, ...
Read More....


National Briefing | South Alabama: Dump to Take Coal Ash From ...
New York Times, United States
By AP State environmental officials said a giant landfill in one of Alabama's poorest counties would take coal ash from a spill in Tennessee. The Alabama Environmental Management Department said it received notice from the Tennessee Valley Authority ...
Millions of tons of TVA coal ash coming to Ala. The Associated Press
! Tennessee's coal ash sludge brought to Georgia Atlanta Journal Constitution
Tons of spilled coal ash from Tennessee may be dumped in Alabama Fort Worth Star Telegram
Chattanooga Times Free Press - Knoxville News Sentinel
all 331 news articles
Read More....


Washington Post

Energy Industry Lobbies to Avert Drilling Rules
Wall Street Journal
Environmental groups and members of Congress are also pushing the Environmental Protection Agency to investigate the impact of fracturing on drinking-water resources. Hydraulic fracturing -- known within the industry as "hydro-fracking," or simply ..! .
Bill would regulate drilling technology called 'fracking' Fort Worth Star Telegram
Colo., NY reps want regulation of gas 'fracking' The Associated Press
US lawmakers seek regulation of drilling practice Reuters

Water Technology Online - Mid-Hudson News
all 147 news articles
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Environment News Service

Recycled tires a playgrou! nd hazard?
Chicago Tr! ibune,&n bsp;United States
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is having second thoughts about letting kids play on ground up tires at playgrounds, according to Rita Beamish of the Associated Press. EPA scientists are worried they don't have enough information about ...
EPA eyes rubber material at play areas Denver Post
WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY: REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: EPA lax in its duties ... Taipei Times
EPA Looking at Recycled Tires in Playgrounds Newsinferno.com
AboutLawsuits.com - Orlando Sentinel
all 359 news articles
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KOB.com

EPA sued over claims of air pollution in West
The Associated Press
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — The US Environmental Protection Agency was sued Friday by an environmental group that claims the agency has failed to safeguard public health in the West by not limiting the transmission of air pollution across state lines. ...
Air toxicity topic ! of ecology workshop Jack! son Clar ion Ledger
EPA Challenged on Clean Air Courthouse News Service
EPA sued over air pollution claims KSWO
all 144 news articles
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Report: Radon poses risk at Tahoe
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
An estimated 23400 people live in homes were radon is likely to equal or exceed the US Environmental Protection Agency's recommended action level of 4 picocuries per liter, the agency reported. The survey found about 40 percent of California homes ...
Radon persists at Lake Tahoe south shore Tahoe Daily Tribune
South Tahoe High security guard arrested San Jose Mercury News
No bond sale for South Tahoe convention center San Jose Mercury News
Tahoe Daily Tribune - Tahoe Daily Tribune
all 90 news articles
Read More....


NH, Plymouth State sign environmental agreement
WCAX, VT
AP - June 6, 2009 11:15 AM ET CONCORD, NH (AP) - New Hampshire's Department of Environmental Services and Plymouth State University have signed an agreement to help protect the environment in central and northern New Hampshire. ...
Read More....