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June 13th, 2009

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 18:04, Category: General



Greentech Media

Duke Energy reaches Save-A-Watt settlement
Bizjournals.com, NC
Consumer and environmental advocates have reached a settlement with Duke Energy Carolinas on its Save-A-Watt program. The agreement, which must still be approved by state regulators, increases targets for energy conservation and caps Duke's potential ...
Less for more: utilities seek money for less power The Associated Press
Duke, environmentalists agree on conservation plan CharlotteObserver.com
Duke way ahead on greenhouse reductions News & Observer
BusinessWeek - CleanTech Brief
all 110 news articles
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Moran Environmental acquires SC company
Bizjournals.com, NC
Moran acquired Environmental Projects Group Inc., which is! based in Charleston, SC EPG specializes in site remediation and emergency response services, and the deal will broaden the range of services Moran offers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. ...
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ABC News!

Oops! Georgia Family Distraught After Contractor Destroys Wrong House
ABC News
based Southern Environmental Services that the crew that actually did the demolition had picked Byrd's house to destroy based on GPS coordinates. But Forestar Chief Financial Officer Chris Nines told ABCNews.com that his company gave Southern ...
Carrollton house set for demolition still standing Atlanta Journal Constitution
How Was The Wrong House Torn Down? WXIA-TV
Local contractor sent to demolish h! ouse, but it's the wrong one Times-Georgian
Slashdot - FOXNews
all 56 news articles
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BBC News

China environmental watchdog halts dam projects
AFP
BEIJING (AFP) — China's environmental watchdog has halted the construction of two dams on the Yangtze river, putting in jeopardy a 29 billion dollar plan to harness the waterway, state press said. The Ministry of Environmental Protection shelved the ...
China stops 2 hydropower dams; cites environment The Associated Press
Environment fears halt China dams BBC News
Yangtze River dams in question in China United Press International
International Water Power and Dam Construction - Xinhua
all 134 news articles
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Los Angeles Times

Luke Cole, environmental justice lawyer, dies
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
In 1989, Cole co-founded the San Francisco-based center that helped create the environmental justice movement, which sought to blend environmentalism with civil rights. Among his causes, Cole filed suit in 1993 on behalf of Spanish-speaking residents ...
Luke Cole dies at 46; leading practitioner of environmental l! aw Los Angeles Times
Environmental rights lawyer dies in crash Fresno Bee
Environmental lawyer dies in Africa Fresno Business Journal
Law.com - Pan North America
all 37 news articles
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Food, drinks and environmental devastation
Albany Times Union, NY
The public is invited to attend an evening seminar about how the Adirondacks will be affected by global warming and other environmental concerns. The event will feature a screening of “A Matter of Degrees,” a short documentary that illustrates the ...
Adirondack Council Sues Town For Lake Contamination WPTZ.com
all 3 news articles
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By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 17:02, Category: General



Environment News Service

EPA secrecy on coal-ash list worries lawmakers
Louisville Courier-Journal, KY
By James Bruggers • jbruggers@courier-journal.com • June 13, 2009 The Environmental Protection Agency has identified 44 "high hazard" coal-ash piles across the country but is not letting the public know where they are. That's prompted calls by US Rep. ...
EPA Must Withhold Locations of 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites Environment News Service
EPA: 44 Coal-Ash Sites Pose Hazard;Sen Boxer Seeks Disclosure NASDAQ
Sen. Boxer Pushes EPA to Reveal 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites New York Times
Chattanooga Times ! Free Press - The Tennessean
all 262 news articles
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Environmental Tectonics announces $3.5M in contracts
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp.'s Sterilization Systems Group said Thursday it has received four contracts totaling $3.5 million from new and repeat customers that it didn't name. The ETC (OTCBB:ETCC) unit said a major university contracted for a large ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Sterilization Systems Group ... PR Newswire (press release)
allpennystocks.com News: Several New Contracts Bode Well For ... Baystreet.ca
all 18 news articles
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BBC News

China environmental watchdog halts dam projects
AFP
BEIJING (AFP) — China's environmental watchdog has halted the construction of two d! ams on the Yangtze river, putting in jeopardy a 29 billion dollar plan to harness the waterway, state press said. The Ministry of Environmental Protection shelved the ...
China stops 2 hydropower dams; cites environment The Associated Press
Environment fears halt China dams BBC News
Yangtze River dams in question in China United Press International
International Water Power and Dam Construction - Xinhua
all 134 news articles
Read More....


Food, drinks and environmental devastation
Albany Times Union, NY
The public is invited to attend an evening seminar about how the Adirondacks will be affected by global warming and other environmental concerns. The event wi! ll feature a screening of “A Matter of Degrees,” a short documentar! y that illustrates the ...
Adirondack Council Sues Town For Lake Contamination WPTZ.com
all 3 news articles
Read More....


Greentech Media

Duke Energy reaches Save-A-Watt settlement
Bizjournals.com, NC
Consumer and environmental advoc! ates have reached a settlement with Duke Energy Carolinas on its Save-A! -Watt program. The agreement, which must still be approved by state regulators, increases targets for energy conservation and caps Duke's potential ...
Less for more: utilities seek money for less power The Associated Press
Duke, environmentalists agree on conservation plan CharlotteObserver.com
Duke way ahead on greenhouse reductions News & Observer
BusinessWeek - CleanTech Brief
all 110 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 16:02, Category: General



Washington Post

Departments to Toughen Standards for Mining
New York Times, United States
By JOHN M. BRODER WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Thursday that it would toughen standards for mountaintop-removal coal mining but would not end the practice as some environmental groups had hoped. Officials from four agencies said they had ...
Mountaintop Mining To Get More Scrutiny Washington Post
Federal mining plan may clash with W.Va. land law Forbes
Plan targets fallout from mountaintop mining The Associated Press
7thSpace Interactive (press release) - The Washington Independent
all 352 news articles
Read More....


ABC News

Oops! Georgia Family Distraught After Contractor Destroys Wrong House
ABC News
based Southern Environmental Services that the crew that actually did the demolition had picked Byrd's house to destroy based on GPS coordinates. But Forestar Chief Financial Officer Chris Nines told ABCNews.com that his company gave Southern ...
Carrollton house set for demolition still standing Atlanta Journal Constitution
How Was The Wrong House Torn Down? WXIA-TV
Local contractor sent to demolish house, but it's the wrong one Times-Georgian
Slashdot - FOXNews
all 56 news articles
Read More....


Los Angeles Times

Luke Cole, enviro! nmental justice lawyer, dies
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
In 1989, Cole co-founded the San Francisco-based center that helped create the environmental justice movement, which sought to blend environmentalism with civil rights. Among his causes, Cole filed suit in 1993 on behalf of Spanish-speaking residents ...
Luke Cole dies at 46; leading practitioner of environmental law Los Angeles Times
Environmental rights lawyer dies in crash Fresno Bee
Environmental lawyer dies in Africa Fresno Business Journal
Law.com - Pan North America
all 37 news articles
Read More....


! BBC News

China environmental watchdog halts dam projects
AFP
BEIJING (AFP) — China's environmental watchdog has halted the construction of two dams on the Yangtze river, putting in jeopardy a 29 billion dollar plan to harness the waterway, state press said. The Ministry of Environmental Protection shelved the ...
China stops 2 hydropower dams; cites environment The Associated Press
Environment fears halt China dams BBC News
Yangtze River dams in question in China United Press International
International Water Power and Dam Construction - Xinhua
all 129 news articles
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The Nature Conservancy

Business, Labor, Environmental Coalition Laud NY State Assembly ...
The Nature Conservanc! y, VA
Albany, NY — June 12, 2009 — A broad coalition spanning business, economic development, labor and environmental groups lauded the New York State Assembly for introducing the $5 billion Clean Water, Clean Air and Green Jobs Bond Act which would go ...
Top US environmental concern: Water pollution Mother Nature Network
Senate panel approves EPA Office of Water nominee Water Technology Online
EPA assesses storm water penalties Kentucky.com
Pumps & Systems
all 7 news articles
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Environmental Tectonics announces $3.5M in contracts
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp.'s Sterilization Systems Group said Thursday it has received four contracts totaling $3.5 million from new and repeat customers that it didn't name. The ETC (OTCBB:ETCC) unit said a major university contracted for a large ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Sterilization Systems Group ... PR Newswire (press release)
allpennystocks.com News: Several New Contracts Bode Well For ... Baystreet.ca
all 18 news articles
Read More....


Moran Environmental acquires SC company
Bizjournals.com, NC
Moran acquired Environmental Projects Group Inc., which is based in Charleston, SC EPG specializes in site remediation and emergency response services, and the deal will broaden the range of services Moran offers. Terms of the deal were n! ot disclosed. ...
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 10:34, Category: General



ABC News

Oops! Georgia Family Distraught A! fter Contractor Destroys Wrong House
ABC News
based Southern Environmental Services that the crew that actually did the demolition had picked Byrd's house to destroy based on GPS coordinates. But Forestar Chief Financial Officer Chris Nines told ABCNews.com that his company gave Southern ...
Carrollton house set for demolition still standing Atlanta Journal Constitution
How Was The Wrong House Torn! Down? WXIA-TV
Local contractor sent to demolish house, but it's the wrong one Times-Georgian
Slashdot - FOXNews
all 59 news articles
Read More....


Environment News Service

EPA secrecy on coal-ash list worries lawmakers
Louisville Courier-Journal, KY
By James Bruggers • jbruggers@courier-journal.com • June 13, 2009 The Environmental Protection Agency has identified 44 "high hazard" coal-ash piles across the country but is not letting the public know where they are. That's prompted calls by US Rep. ...
EPA Must Withhold Locations of 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites Environment News Service
EPA: 44 Coal-Ash Sites Pose Hazard;Sen Boxer Seeks Disclosure NASDAQ
Sen. Boxer Pushes EPA to Reveal 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites New York Times
Chattanooga Times Free Press - The Tennessean
all 252 news articles
Read More....


Environmental Tectonics announces $3.5M in contracts
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp.'s Sterilization Systems Group said Thursday it has received four contracts! totaling $3.5 million from new and repeat customers that it didn'! ;t name. The ETC (OTCBB:ETCC) unit said a major university contracted for a large ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Sterilization Systems Group ... PR Newswire (press release)
all 13 news articles
Read More....


Washington Post

Departments to Toughen Standards! for Mining
New York Times,&nb! sp;United States
By JOHN M. BRODER WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Thursday that it would toughen standards for mountaintop-removal coal mining but would not end the practice as some environmental groups had hoped. Officials from four agencies said they had ...
Mountaintop Mining To Get More Scrutiny Washington Post
Federal mining plan may clash with W.Va. land law Forbes

Obama Administration Takes Unprecedented Steps to Reduce ... 7thSpace Interactive (press release)
The Associated Press - The Washington Independent
all 352 news articles
Read More....


BBC News

China environmental watchdog halts dam projects
AFP
BEIJING (AFP) — China's environmental watchdog has halted the construction of two dams on the Yangtze river, putting in jeopardy a 29 billion dollar plan to harness the waterway, state press said. The Ministry of Environmental Protection shelved the ...
China stops 2 hydropower dams; cites environment The Associated Press
Environment fears halt China dams BBC News
Yangtze River dams in question in China United Press International
International Water Power and Dam Construction - China Daily
all 129 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 7:33, Category: General



Greentech Media

Duke Energy reaches Save-A-Watt settlement
Bizjournals.com, NC
Consumer and environmental advocates have reached a settlement with Duke Energy Carolinas on its Save-A-Watt program. The agreement, which must still be approved by state regulators, increases targets for energy conservation and caps Duke's potential ...
Less for more: utilities seek money for less power The Associated Press
Duke, environmen! talists agree on conservation plan CharlotteObserver.com
Sequentric Working on Duke Pilot Project Greentech Media
BusinessWeek - CleanTech Briefall 104 news articles
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Environment News Service

EPA Must Withhold Locations of 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites
Environment News Service
WASHINGTON, DC, June 12, 2009 (ENS) - There are 44 coal combustion waste sites nationwide that the US Environmental Protection Agency has identified as "high hazard," but the agency cannot make the locations of these hazardous sites public, ...
EPA: 44 Coal-Ash Sites Pose Hazard;Sen Boxer Seeks Disclosure NASDAQ
Sen. Boxer Pushes EPA to Reveal 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites New York Times
EPA rules coming on coal ash disposal Chattanooga Times Free Press
The Tennessean - AlterNet
all 247 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 4:35, Category: General



Los Angeles Times

Luke Cole, environmental! justice lawyer, dies
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
In 1989, Cole co-founded the San Francisco-based center that helped create the environmental justice movement, which sought to blend environmentalism with civil rights. Among his causes, Cole filed suit in 1993 on behalf of Spanish-speaking residents ...
Luke Cole dies at 46; leading practitioner of environmental law Los Angeles Times
Environmental rights lawyer dies! in crash Fresno Bee
Environmental lawyer dies in Africa Fresno Business Journal
Pan North America
all 37 news articles
Read More....


BBC News

China environmental watchdog halts dam projects
AFP
BEIJING (AFP) — China's environmental watchdog has halted the construction of two dams on the Yangtze river, putting in jeopardy a 29 billion dollar plan to harness the waterway, state press said. The Ministry of Environmental Protection shelved the ...
China stops 2 hydropower dams; cites environment The Associated Press
Environment fears halt China dams BBC News
Yangtze River dams in question in China United Press International
International Water Power and Dam Construction - China Daily
all 129 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 2:10, Category: General



ABC News

Oops! Georgia Family Distraught A! fter Contractor Destroys Wrong House
ABC News
based Southern Environmental Services that the crew that actually did the demolition had picked Byrd's house to destroy based on GPS coordinates. But Forestar Chief Financial Officer Chris Nines told ABCNews.com that his company gave Southern ...
Carrollton house set for demolition still standing Atlanta Journal Constitution
How Was The Wrong House Torn! Down? WXIA-TV
Local contractor sent to demolish house, but it's the wrong one Times-Georgian
FOXNews - United Press International
all 59 news articles
Read More....


Washington Post

Departments to Toughen Standards for Mining
New York Times, United States
By JOHN M. BRODER WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Thursday that it would toughen standards for mountaintop-removal coal mining but would not end the practice as some environmental groups had hoped. Officials from four agencies said they had ...
Mountaintop Mining To Get More Scrutiny Washington Post
Federal mining plan may clash with W.Va. land law Forbes
Plan targets fallout from mo! untaintop mining The Associated P! ress
7thSpace Interactive (press release) - The Washington Independent
all 353 news articles
Read More....


Los Angeles Times

Luke Cole, environmental justice lawyer, dies
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
In 1989, Cole co-founded the San Francisco-based center that helped create the environmental justice movement, which sought to blend environmentalism with civil rights. Among his causes, Cole filed suit in 1993 on behalf of Spanish-speaking residents ...
Luke Cole dies at 46; leading practitioner of environmental law Los Angeles Times
Environmental rights lawyer dies in crash Fresno Bee
Environmental lawyer dies in Africa Fresno Business Journal
Pan North America - Law.com
all 37 news articles
Read More....

By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 1:16, Category: General



EPA: 44 Coal-Ash Sites Pose Hazard;Sen Boxer Seeks Disclosure
NASDAQ, New York
By Siobhan Hughes, Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The US Environmental Protection Agency has identified 44 coal-ash repositories as posing a "high hazard" and sent inspectors to determine whether any pose an imminent danger - but it ...!
Sen. Boxer Pushes EPA to Reveal 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites New York Times
EPA rules coming on coal ash disposal Chattanooga Times Free Press
Tennessee Spill: Regulation Haza! rds The Nation.
The Tennessean - AlterNet
all 227 news articles
Read More....


Moran Environmental acquires SC company
Bizjournals.com, NC
Moran acquired Environmental Projects Group Inc., which is based in Charleston, SC EPG specializes in site remediation and emergency response services, and the deal will broaden the range of services Mor! an offers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. ...
Read More....


Food, drinks and environmental devastation
Albany Times Union, NY
The public is invited to attend an evening seminar about how the Adirondacks will be affected by global warming and other environmental concerns. The ev! ent will feature a screening of “A Matter of Degrees,” a short documentary that illustrates the ...
Adirondack Council Sues Town For Lake Contamination WPTZ.com
all 3 news articles
Read More....


ABC News

Oops! Georgia Family Distraught After Contractor Destroys Wrong House
ABC News
based Southern Environmental Services that the crew that actually did the demolition h! ad picked Byrd's house to destroy based on GPS coordinates. But Forestar Chief Financial Officer Chris Nines told ABCNews.com that his company gave Southern ...
Carrollton house set for demolition still standing Atlanta Journal Constitution
Local contractor sent to d! emolish house, but it's the wrong one Times-Georgian
Georgia Contractor Using GPS Coordinates, Not Street Address ... FOXNews
United Press International - ! Atlanta Journal Constitution
all 58 news articles
Read More....


Greentech Media

Duke Energy reaches Save-A-Watt settlement
Bizjournals.com, NC
Consumer and environmental advocates have reached a settlement with Duke Energy Carolinas on its Save-A-Watt program. The agreement, which must still be approved by state regulators, increases targets for energy conservation and caps Duke's potential ...
Less for more: utilities seek money for less power The Associated Press
Duke, environmentalists agree on conservation plan CharlotteObserver.com
Groups Agree: Strong Energy Efficiency Program Ready to Go PitchEngine (press release)
BusinessWeek - CleanTech Brief
all 84 news articles
Read More....


Los Angeles Times

Luke Cole, environmental justice lawyer, dies
San Jose Mercury News,  USA
In 1989, Cole co-founded the S! an Francisco-based center that helped create the environmental j! ustice movement, which sought to blend environmentalism with civil rights. Among his causes, Cole filed suit in 1993 on behalf of Spanish-speaking residents ...
Luke Cole dies at 46; leading practitioner of environmental law Los Angeles Times
Environmental rights lawyer dies in crash Fresno Bee
Environmental lawyer dies in Africa Fresno Business Journal
Pan North America - Law.com
all 37 news artic! les
Read More....


MiamiHerald.com

Departments to Toughen Standards for Mining
New York Times, United States
By JOHN M. BRODER WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Thursday that it would toughen standards for mountaintop-removal coal mining but would not end the practice as some environmental groups had hoped. Officials from four agencies said they had ...
Mountaintop Mining To Get More Scrutiny Washington Post
Federal mining plan may clash with W.Va. land law Forbes
Plan targets fallout from mountaintop mining The Associated Press
7thSpace Interactive (press release) - The Washington Independent
all 352 news articles
Read More....


Dean asks residents to take environmental pledge
The Tennessean, TN
Creating the pledge was one of 71 recommendations the mayor's Green Ribbon Committee on Environmental Sustainability made in April. Dean will formally kick off his environmental pledge campaign before the Nashville Sounds game at 5:40 pm today. ...
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By germanifa01 - June 13th, 2009, 0:06, Category: General



Food, drinks and environmental devastation
Albany Times Union, NY
The public is invited to attend an evening seminar about how the Adirondacks will be affected by global warming and other environmental concerns. The event will feature a screening of “A Matter of Degrees,” a short documentary that illustrates the ...
Adirondack Council Sues Town For Lake Contamination WPTZ.com
all 3 news articles
Read More....


EPA: 44 Coal-Ash Sites Pose Hazard;Sen Boxer Seeks Disclosure
NASDAQ, New York
By Siobhan Hughes, Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The US Environmental Protection Agency has identified 44 coal-ash repositories as posing a "high hazard" and sent inspectors to determine whether any pose an imminent danger - but it ...
Sen. Boxer Pushes EPA to Reveal 'High Hazard' Coal Ash Sites New York Times!
EPA rules coming on coal ash disposal Chattanooga Times Free Press
Tennessee Spill: Regulation Hazards The Nation.
The Tennessean - AlterNet
all 218 news articles
Read More....


Environmental Tectonics announces $3.5M in contracts
Bizjournals.com, NC
Environmental Tectonics Corp.'s Sterilization Systems Group said Thursday it has received four contracts totaling $3.5 million from new and repeat customers that it didn't name. The ETC (OTCBB:ETCC) unit said a major university contracted for a large ...
Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Steriliza! tion Systems Group ... PR ! Newswire (press release)
allpennystocks.com News: Several New Contracts Bode Well For ... Baystreet.ca
all 18 news articles
Read More....