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January 1, 2005

New Limits on Pollution Herald Change in Europe

1/01/05 Bennhold, NYT, New Limits on Pollution Herald Change in Europe

Researchers Alarmed by Bat Deaths From Wind Turbines

1/01/05 Blum, Wa. Post, Researchers Alarmed by Bat Deaths From Wind Turbines

Snow leopard project faces finish

1/01/05 Kirby, BBC, Snow leopard project faces finish

January 2, 2005

Libya Is Enticing U.S. Executives With Its Abundant Oil Reserves

1/02/05 Mouawad, NYT, Libya Is Enticing U.S. Executives With Its Abundant Oil Reserves

January 3, 2005

$2 Billion Pledged, But Will the World Keep Its Promises?

1/03/05 Vidal & Wilson, Guardian/UK, $2 Billion Pledged, But Will the World Keep Its Promises?

January 4, 2005

A Touch of Crude

1/04/05 Maas, MoJo, A Touch of Crude

Pakistan facing power cuts of 131mw a day

1/04/05 Daily Times/PK, Pakistan facing power cuts of 131mw a day

Death and Life in the Andaman Islands

1/04/05 Leupp, CounterPunch, Death and Life in the Andaman Islands

January 6, 2005

Battle Looms Again Over Drilling Alaska Wildlife Refuge

1/06/05 GreenWatch, Battle Looms Again Over Drilling Alaska Wildlife Refuge

Indonesia, Thailand given prompt warning of undersea quake: nuclear test watchdog

1/06/05 AFP, Indonesia, Thailand given prompt warning of undersea quake: nuclear test watchdog

January 7, 2005

Annan calls for West to fulfil its pledges quickly to avert second wave of death

1/07/05 Cornwell, Independent/UK, Annan calls for West to fulfil its pledges quickly to avert second wave of death

China oil firm 'plans Unocal bid'

1/07/05 BBC, China oil firm 'plans Unocal bid'

Tensions flare in quake countries

1/07/05 BBC, Tensions flare in quake countries

January 8, 2005

A tragedy that could make - or break - the troubled UN

1/08/05 Tisdall, Guardian/UK, A tragedy that could make - or break - the troubled UN

Owen the baby hippo is adopted by 100-year-old giant tortoise

1/08/05 Selva, Independent/UK, Owen the baby hippo is adopted by 100-year-old giant tortoise

The Debt Threat Complicates Tsunami Disaster

1/08/05 Hertz, MediaChannel, The Debt Threat Complicates Tsunami Disaster

Tsunami toll rises in Indonesia

1/08/05 BBC, Tsunami toll rises in Indonesia

January 9, 2005

Indonesia Acts to Protect Orphans

1/09/05 Nakashima, Wa. Post, Indonesia Acts to Protect Orphans

Living on the edge

1/09/05 Observer/UK, Living on the edge

January 10, 2005

California Seeks Footing as Sky Keeps Falling

1/10/05 Madigan, NYT, California Seeks Footing as Sky Keeps Falling

Islamic Militants Volunteer to Aid Muslims in Indonesia

1/10/05 Perlez, NYT, Islamic Militants Volunteer to Aid Muslims in Indonesia

Sierra Nevada Areas Hit With Most Snow Since 1916

1/10/05 Griffith, Wa. Post, Sierra Nevada Areas Hit With Most Snow Since 1916

January 11, 2005

Tsunami Relief: Freeze Debts, No Strings Attached, Groups Urge

1/11/05 Mekay, IPS, Tsunami Relief: Freeze Debts, No Strings Attached, Groups Urge

UN demands swift cash from donors

1/11/05 BBC, UN demands swift cash from donors

Indonesia restricts Aceh aid work

1/11/05 BBC, Indonesia restricts Aceh aid work

Elephant dash saved tsunami girl

1/11/05 BBC, Elephant dash saved tsunami girl

January 12, 2005

Explosive fireball said to shake Earth

1/12/05 WorldNet Daily, Explosive fireball said to shake Earth

January 13, 2005

Toll of Missing, Dead in Indonesia Estimated Near 210,000

1/13/05 Jones, KnightRidder, Toll of Missing, Dead in Indonesia Estimated Near 210,000

Quake's Echo Raised Surface Around Globe

1/13/05 Broad, NYT, Quake's Echo Raised Surface Around Globe

January 15, 2005

Tsunami families left in legal limbo

1/15/05 Brown & Laville, Guardian/UK, Tsunami families left in legal limbo

Tsunami Detection To Expand

1/15/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Tsunami Detection To Expand

January 16, 2005

Revealed: how the tsunami warning was bungled

1/16/05 Lean, Independent/UK, Revealed: how the tsunami warning was bungled

Outsiders Reach Forgotten Village

1/16/05 Brown, Wa. Post, Outsiders Reach Forgotten Village

Jakarta denies foreign troop curb

1/16/05 BBC, Jakarta denies foreign troop curb

Weather Warfare: World Government and Crocodile Tears

1/16/05 Stang, EtherZone, Weather Warfare: World Government and Crocodile Tears

January 17, 2005

Earth Simulator will allow British experts to predict climate change

1/17/05 McCarthy, Independent/UK, Earth Simulator will allow British experts to predict climate change

Americans are trying to discredit me, claims Chief Scientist

1/17/05 Connor, Independent/UK, Americans are trying to discredit me, claims Chief Scientist

January 18, 2005

'UK seas are in crisis' says WWF

1/18/05 BBC, 'UK seas are in crisis' says WWF

January 19, 2005

Tsunami death toll rises to 225,000

1/19/05 Jay, Guardian/UK, Tsunami death toll rises to 225,000

January 20, 2005

The End of Oil?

1/20/05 Williams, FTW, The End of Oil?

Fears for wild salmon after one million fish escape from farms

1/20/05 Kelbie, Independent/UK, Fears for wild salmon after one million fish escape from farms

January 21, 2005

U.S. Vows to Attain Global Warning System

1/21/05 Brooke, NYT, U.S. Vows to Attain Global Warning System

Dead Electronics Going to Waste

1/21/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Dead Electronics Going to Waste

Hit by the aftershock

1/21/05 Guardian/UK, Hit by the aftershock

January 22, 2005

Bush Administration OKs Expanded Oil Drilling in Alaska

1/22/05 Hebert, AP, Bush Administration OKs Expanded Oil Drilling in Alaska

Tsunami cost Aceh a generation and $4.4bn

1/22/05 Brown, Guardian/UK, Tsunami cost Aceh a generation and $4.4bn

January 23, 2005

Roaring Snowstorm Shoves Northeast Into Winter's Grasp

1/23/05 McFadden, NYT, Roaring Snowstorm Shoves Northeast Into Winter's Grasp

Nature's Solution to Endless Rain

1/23/05 Harden, Wa. Post, Nature's Solution to Endless Rain

January 24, 2005

Global Warming Approaching Point of No Return, Warns Leading Climate Expert

1/24/05 Lean, Independent/UK, Global Warming Approaching Point of No Return, Warns Leading Climate Expert

Nations Ranked as Protectors of the Environment

1/24/05 Barringer, NYT, Nations Ranked as Protectors of the Environment

Fish Farming's Bounty Isn't Without Barbs

1/24/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Fish Farming's Bounty Isn't Without Barbs

January 26, 2005

China's Ever-Growing Oil Needs May Result In A Global Shortage

1/26/05 Investor's Business Daily, China's Ever-Growing Oil Needs May Result In A Global Shortage

January 27, 2005

Oil firms fund climate change 'denial'

1/27/05 Adam, Guardian/UK, Oil firms fund climate change 'denial'

January 28, 2005

The Politics of Water in Bolivia

1/28/05 Shultz, Nation, The Politics of Water in Bolivia

January 31, 2005

Nuclear Backers Modify Stance on Waste

1/31/05 Wald, NYT, Nuclear Backers Modify Stance on Waste

February 2, 2005

Judge: Bush Administration Violated Endangered Species Act

2/02/05 Barnard, AP, Judge: Bush Administration Violated Endangered Species Act

February 4, 2005

Food Chains, Dead Zones, and Licensed Journalism

2/04/05 Schoch, MoJo, Food Chains, Dead Zones, and Licensed Journalism

Scientists warn growing acidity of oceans will kill reefs

2/04/05 Brown, Guardian/UK, Scientists warn growing acidity of oceans will kill reefs

February 6, 2005

Apocalypse now: how mankind is sleepwalking to the end of the Earth

2/06/05 Lean, Independent/UK, Apocalypse now: how mankind is sleepwalking to the end of the Earth

February 11, 2005

Pollution May Feed Plankton

2/11/05 Asaravala, Wired, Pollution May Feed Plankton

February 15, 2005

Mocking Our Dreams

2/15/05 Monbiot, Guardian/UK, Mocking Our Dreams: The reality of climate change is that the engines of progress have merely accelerated our rush to the brink

February 16, 2005

Sea and jungle life bounce back from the tsunami's battering

2/16/05 Connor, Independent/UK, Sea and jungle life bounce back from the tsunami's battering

Kyoto Protocol comes into force

2/16/05 BBC, Kyoto Protocol comes into force

In pictures: How the world is changing

2/16/05 BBC, In pictures: How the world is changing

February 17, 2005

£6bn pipeline threatens endangered whale

2/17/05 Shah, Independent/UK, £6bn pipeline threatens endangered whale

China consumes most, report says

2/17/05 BBC, China consumes most, report says (but not oil)

February 20, 2005

World's oceans once teemed with whales

2/20/05 Connor, Independent/UK, World's oceans once teemed with whales

February 23, 2005

Four hundred die as powerful earthquake strikes central Iran

2/23/05 McDowell, Independent/UK, Four hundred die as powerful earthquake strikes central Iran

Avalanches kill 186 in snowbound Kashmir

2/23/05 Huggler, Independent/UK, Avalanches kill 186 in snowbound Kashmir

February 25, 2005

'Clear Skies' plan: the battle heats up

2/25/05 Knickerbocker, CSM, 'Clear Skies' plan: the battle heats up

World population 'to rise by 40%'

2/25/05 BBC, World population 'to rise by 40%'

Mystery of the silent woodlands: scientists are baffled as bird numbers plummet

2/25/05 McCarthy, Independent/UK, Mystery of the silent woodlands: scientists are baffled as bird numbers plummet

February 26, 2005

Novel Bacteria in Alaskan Ice May Be 32,000 Years Old

2/26/05 Wade, NYT, Novel Bacteria in Alaskan Ice May Be 32,000 Years Old

Report doubts future of wind power

2/26/05 Harding et al, Guardian/UK, Report doubts future of wind power

March 2, 2005

Waves 'brought waste to Somalia'

3/02/05 BBC, Waves 'brought waste to Somalia'

March 4, 2005

Tsunami exposes Somalia toxic waste

3/04/05 Al Jazeera, Tsunami exposes Somalia toxic waste

Somalia's secret dumps of toxic waste washed ashore by tsunami

3/04/05 Clayton, Times Online, Somalia's secret dumps of toxic waste washed ashore by tsunami

March 8, 2005

Utility to Spend $500 Million on Cleanup

3/08/05 Janofsky, NYT, Utility to Spend $500 Million on Cleanup

March 9, 2005

Record strandings of dolphins and whales 'are tip of the iceberg'

3/09/05 Demitriou, Independent/UK, Record strandings of dolphins and whales 'are tip of the iceberg'

It's the subject of a terrifying new TV drama. But could the supervolcano nightmare come true?

3/09/05 Independent/UK, It's the subject of a terrifying new TV drama. But could the supervolcano nightmare come true?

March 10, 2005

Planet Faces Nightmare Forecasts as Chinese Consumption Grows and Grows

3/10/05 Aslam, OneWorld, Planet Faces Nightmare Forecasts as Chinese Consumption Grows and Grows

March 12, 2005

Dangerous wastes effecting Somalia due the tsunami

3/12/05 Arabic News.com, Dangerous wastes effecting Somalia due the tsunami

March 13, 2005

Bad news - we are way past our 'extinct by' date

3/13/05 McKie, Guardian/UK, Bad news - we are way past our 'extinct by' date

March 14, 2005

Bush to Permit Trading of Credits to Limit Mercury

3/14/05 Barringer, NYT, Bush to Permit Trading of Credits to Limit Mercury

Sudan is 'centre of ivory trade'

3/14/05 BBC, Sudan is 'centre of ivory trade'

March 15, 2005

Survey to track 'alien' ladybird

3/15/05 BBC, Survey to track 'alien' ladybird

Elephants in Africa: Return of the culling fields?

3/15/05 Coman, Independent/UK, Elephants in Africa: Return of the culling fields?

Waste Dumping off Somali Coast May Have Links to Mafia, Somali Warlords

3/15/05 Ryu, VOA, Waste Dumping off Somali Coast May Have Links to Mafia, Somali Warlords

March 16, 2005

New Rules Set for Emission of Mercury

3/16/05 Wald, NYT, New Rules Set for Emission of Mercury

Close Senate Vote Shapes Up On Drilling in Wildlife Refuge

3/16/05 Blum, Wa. Post, Close Senate Vote Shapes Up On Drilling in Wildlife Refuge

SOMALIA: EU toxic dumping a post-tsunami disaster

3/16/05, Green Left Weekly, SOMALIA: EU toxic dumping a post-tsunami disaster

March 17, 2005

Falsified documents at Yucca Mountain

3/17/05 Werner, CHB, Falsified documents at Yucca Mountain

Tsunami Reports - Somalia

U.N. Environmental Program, Tsunami Reports - Somalia

Somali Waste Imports

Trade & Environment Database, Somali Waste Imports

March 19, 2005

In Life on the Mekong, China's Dams Dominate

3/19/05 Perlez, NYT, In Life on the Mekong, China's Dams Dominate

March 21, 2005

Asian river dolphins 'threatened'

3/21/05 Pease, BBC, Asian river dolphins 'threatened'

March 23, 2005

U.S. Probes Sale of GM Corn

3/23/05 Asaravala, Wired, U.S. Probes Sale of GM Corn

March 24, 2005

Canada begins annual seal cull amid call to boycott its seafood

3/24/05 Buncombe, Independent/UK, Canada begins annual seal cull amid call to boycott its seafood

March 25, 2005

Too much for Mother Earth

3/25/05 Lobe, Asia Times, Too much for Mother Earth

March 27, 2005

Focus: Here comes the sun... so should we run for cover?

3/27/05 Guest, Independent/UK, Focus: Here comes the sun... so should we run for cover?

March 28, 2005

Bee Killer Imperils Crops

3/28/05 Salisbury, Palm Beach, Bee Killer Imperils Crops

UK firms caught in illegal waste dumping

3/28/05 Vidal, Guardian, UK firms caught in illegal waste dumping

March 30, 2005

The State of the World? It is on the Brink of Disaster

3/30/05 Connor, Independent/UK, The State of the World? It is on the Brink of Disaster

Experts Warn Ecosystem Changes Will Continue to Worsen, Putting Global Development Goals At Risk

3/30/05 Millenium Ecosystem Assessment, Experts Warn Ecosystem Changes Will Continue to Worsen, Putting Global Development Goals At Risk

March 31, 2005

320,000 will die in Canada's biggest seal cull for more than 50 years

3/31/05 Brown, Guardian/UK, 320,000 will die in Canada's biggest seal cull for more than 50 years

Shell changes oil pipe route to avoid endangered whales

3/31/05 Shah, Independent/UK, Shell changes oil pipe route to avoid endangered whales

Wildlife faces wipeout in the cradle of evolution

3/31/05 Howden & McCarthy, Independent/UK, Wildlife faces wipeout in the cradle of evolution

Strains on Nature Are Growing, Report Says

3/31/05 Reuters, Strains on Nature Are Growing, Report Says

April 1, 2005

Ecuador pressured to save Galapagos wildlife

4/01/05 Howden, Independent/UK, Ecuador pressured to save Galapagos wildlife

April 3, 2005

Amazon gives up deepest secrets

4/03/05 McKie & Thorpe, Guardian/UK, Amazon gives up deepest secrets

April 4, 2005

Alaska's Studied Wolf Pack Threatened

4/04/05 Harden, Wa. Post, Alaska's Studied Wolf Pack Threatened

Warning on nuclear waste disposal

4/04/05 BBC, Warning on nuclear waste disposal

April 8, 2005

The Value of the Remaining Wilderness

4/08/05 Pfeiffer, FTW, The Value of the Remaining Wilderness

April 11, 2005

Marine Life Complicates Removal of Old Oil Rigs

4/11/05 Dybas, Wa. Post, Marine Life Complicates Removal of Old Oil Rigs

April 13, 2005

Earth To Humankind: Back Off. Say good-bye to your car, computer, everything. e are burning up the planet too fast to hang on

4/13/05 Morford, LA Times, Earth To Humankind: Back Off. Say good-bye to your car, computer, everything. e are burning up the planet too fast to hang on

April 14, 2005

What a way to go. How will the earth end as we know it?

4/14/05 Guardian/UK, What a way to go. How will the earth end as we know it?

America's finest rivers awash with raw sewage

4/14/05 Buncombe, Independnet/UK, America's finest rivers awash with raw sewage

Rural Chinese Riot as Police Try to Halt Pollution Protest

4/14/05 Yardley, NYT, Rural Chinese Riot as Police Try to Halt Pollution Protest

April 15, 2005

A Dirty Little Footnote to the Energy Bill

4/15/05 Barrionuevo, NYT, A Dirty Little Footnote to the Energy Bill

April 16, 2005

Change to the Clean Air Act Is Built Into New Energy Bill

4/16/05 Janofsky, NYT, Change to the Clean Air Act Is Built Into New Energy Bill

April 17, 2005

Ace of space - Mankind has only a 50-50 chance of surviving the 21st century

4/17/05 McKie, Observer, Ace of space - Mankind has only a 50-50 chance of surviving the 21st century

April 20, 2005

Elephants rampage through Seoul

4/20/05 BBC, Elephants rampage through Seoul

April 21, 2005

On Eve of Earth Day, House Passes Energy Bill that Allows ANWR Drilling

4/21/05 Herbert, AP, On Eve of Earth Day, House Passes Energy Bill that Allows ANWR Drilling

April 26, 2005

Mystery of German exploding toads

4/26/05 BBC, Mystery of German exploding toads

April 27, 2005

Amazon Pollution: Victims of 'Toxico'

4/27/05 Gumbel, Independent/UK, Amazon Pollution: Victims of 'Toxico'

April 28, 2005

Tuna fishing policy 'misguided'

4/28/05 BBC, Tuna fishing policy 'misguided'

April 29, 2005

The bird that came back from the dead

4/29/05 Connor, Independent/UK, The bird that came back from the dead

Honey bee shortage threatens crop production

4/29/05 Painter, NBC, Honey bee shortage threatens crop production

April 30, 2005

Arctic Refuge Oil Drilling Is Near Fact, Backers Say

4/30/05 Stolberg, NYT, Arctic Refuge Oil Drilling Is Near Fact, Backers Say

May 2, 2005

A Parasite Devastates Bees, and Farmers Are Worried

5/02/05 Peterson, NYT, A Parasite Devastates Bees, and Farmers Are Worried

May 3, 2005

Siberia could become the world's atomic waste dump, warn greens

5/03/05 Osborn, Independent/UK, Siberia could become the world's atomic waste dump, warn greens

May 4, 2005

Lampreys, the food of kings, are close to extinction

5/04/05 Kelbie, Independent/UK, Lampreys, the food of kings, are close to extinction

May 5, 2005

New Rule to Open National Forest to Roads

5/05/05 Heilprin, AP, New Rule to Open National Forest to Roads

May 6, 2005

Tribes and Salmon Win...For Now - Bush Backs Down on Trinity River Water Raid

5/06/05 Bacher, CounterPunch, Tribes and Salmon Win...For Now - Bush Backs Down on Trinity River Water Raid

May 9, 2005

Not Flexible by Her Account - Restructuring the National Forest Service

5/09/05 Kamen, NYT, Not Flexible by Her Account - Restructuring the National Forest Service

May 10, 2005

GE Determined to Show More 'Ecomagination'

5/10/05 Schneider, Wa. Post, GE Determined to Show More 'Ecomagination'

May 11, 2005

Pentagon Is Asking Congress to Loosen Environmental Laws

5/11/05 Janofsky, NYT, Pentagon Is Asking Congress to Loosen Environmental Laws

What we don't know about the world

5/11/05 Duffy, BBC, What we don't know about the world

May 12, 2005

America's unheralded water cleanup

5/12/05 Clayton, CSM, America's unheralded water cleanup

May 15, 2005

Increase in 'dead zones' starving the world's seas

5/15/05 Buncombe, Independent/UK, Increase in 'dead zones' starving the world's seas

Disaster of Man's Making Now Threatens Sumatra

5/15/05 Nakashima, Wa. Post, Disaster of Man's Making Now Threatens Sumatra

May 16, 2005

ANWR Prelude: Unreported Spills and Huge Fines

5/16/05 Leopold, CounterPunch, ANWR Prelude: Unreported Spills and Huge Fines - BP Stains the Arctic

May 17, 2005

Toxic releases decline, but worst soups persist

5/17/05 Knickerbocker, CSM, Toxic releases decline, but worst soups persist

May 20, 2005

The rape of the rainforest... and the man behind it

5/20/05 McCathy & Buncombe, Independent/UK, The rape of the rainforest... and the man behind it

Legislators Working to Reshape Endangered Species Act

5/20/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Legislators Working to Reshape Endangered Species Act

May 21, 2005

Vanishing lake baffles Russians

5/21/05 BBC, Vanishing lake baffles Russians

May 22, 2005

Earth's species feel the squeeze

5/22/05 Amos, BBC, Earth's species feel the squeeze

May 23, 2005

The spectre of extinction: Indian vulture population crashes

5/23/05 McCarthy, Independent/UK, The spectre of extinction: Indian vulture population crashes

As Pressure Increases, So Do Ways to Curb Polluted Runoff

5/23/05 Rein, Wa. Post, As Pressure Increases, So Do Ways to Curb Polluted Runoff

May 24, 2005

Getting Away With It

5/24/05 Kanclear, MoJo, Getting Away With It -How Congressional Republicans have shielded MTBE polluters from liability.

New Rule on Endangered Species in the Southwest

5/24/05 Barringer, NYT, New Rule on Endangered Species in the Southwest

Bees, please: why farmers are buzzing for more hives

5/24/05 Johnson, CSM, Bees, please: why farmers are buzzing for more hives

To Save Its Canal, Panama Fights for Its Forests

5/24/05 Dean, NYT, To Save Its Canal, Panama Fights for Its Forests

May 25, 2005

Australia rallies to the defence of its humpbacks in the face of Japanese cull

5/25/05 Marks, Independent/UK, Australia rallies to the defence of its humpbacks in the face of Japanese cull

May 26, 2005

Among America's 'most wanted': hungry beetle

5/26/05 Clayton, CSM, Among America's 'most wanted': hungry beetle

May 27, 2005

Surge in beaches failing water quality tests

5/27/05 Stringer, Independent/UK, Surge in beaches failing water quality tests

Government Shirked Its Duty to Wild Fish, a Judge Rules

5/27/05 Barringer, NYT, Government Shirked Its Duty to Wild Fish, a Judge Rules

May 28, 2005

Scientists dismayed by BA animal ban

5/28/05 Honigsbaum, Guardian/UK, Scientists dismayed by BA animal ban

May 29, 2005

Revealed: huge Sellafield leak went undetected for 9 months

5/29/05 Elliott, Independent/UK, Revealed: huge Sellafield leak went undetected for 9 months

English priest stops Amazon logging giants in their tracks

5/29/05 O'Shaughnessy& Toomey, Independent/UK, English priest stops Amazon logging giants in their tracks

In River of Many Aliens, Snakehead Looms as Threat

5/29/05 Fahrenthold, Wa. Post, In River of Many Aliens, Snakehead Looms as Threat

May 31, 2005

Fiddling while Siberia burns: 'lungs of Europe' under threat from forest fires

5/31/05 Connor, Independent, Fiddling while Siberia burns: 'lungs of Europe' under threat from forest fires

In Tasmania, the Devil Now Faces Its Own Hell

5/31/05 Blakeslee, NYT, In Tasmania, the Devil Now Faces Its Own Hell

June 1, 2005

Yosemite Construction Creates Controversy

6/01/05 Edds, Wa. Post, Yosemite Construction Creates Controversy

June 4, 2005

Changing planet revealed in atlas

6/04/05 BBC, Changing planet revealed in atlas

Dozens held over Amazon destruction

6/04/05 Chetwynd, Guardian, Dozens held over Amazon destruction

Brazil arrests civil servants in crackdown on Amazon logging trade

6/04/05 Usborne, Independent, Brazil arrests civil servants in crackdown on Amazon logging trade

June 10, 2005

When Nanopants Attack

6/10/05 Lovy, Wired, When Nanopants Attack

June 12, 2005

Nuclear waste: the 1,000-year fudge

6/12/05 Lean, Independent, Nuclear waste: the 1,000-year fudge

Attacks on wildlife double in one year

6/12/05 Randall, Independent, Attacks on wildlife double in one year

More Water Spills Ordered to Protect Salmon

6/12/05 AP, More Water Spills Ordered to Protect Salmon

June 13, 2005

Dark Days for the Fried Clam, a Summer Staple

6/13/05 Moskin, NYT, Dark Days for the Fried Clam, a Summer Staple

June 14, 2005

Chile rocked by major earthquake

6/14/05 BBC, Chile rocked by major earthquake

June 15, 2005

Hanford Area Tests Find Plutonium in Fish, Mulberry Trees

6/15/05 ENS, Hanford Area Tests Find Plutonium in Fish, Mulberry Trees

June 16, 2005

Pure gold

6/16/05 Sethi, Guardian, Pure gold

Who will own deep-sea life?

6/16/05 Spotts, CSM, Who will own deep-sea life?

June 17, 2005

China still battling desertification

6/17/05 Al Jazeera, China still battling desertification

Senate Makes Environment the Focus of Energy Bill

6/17/05 Hulse, NYT, Senate Makes Environment the Focus of Energy Bill

U.S. Pressure Weakens G-8 Climate Plan

6/17/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, U.S. Pressure Weakens G-8 Climate Plan

June 18, 2005

China's new consumers get a taste for luxury goods

6/18/05 Watts, Guardian, China's new consumers get a taste for luxury goods

June 19, 2005

Hi-tech military sonar systems 'are killing Britain's whales and dolphins'

6/19/05 Saddler & Lean, Independent, Hi-tech military sonar systems 'are killing Britain's whales and dolphins'

Secret Toxic Weapons Transports Exposed

6/19/05 Tiffany, Am Free Press, Secret Toxic Weapons Transports Exposed

June 20, 2005

Britain's vanishing red squirrels face deadly virus threat

6/20/05 Beard, Independent, Britain's vanishing red squirrels face deadly virus threat

Anti-whalers carry first sessions

6/20/05 Black, BBC, Anti-whalers carry first sessions

June 21, 2005

Britain's fertility timebomb

6/21/05 Frith, Independent, Britain's fertility timebomb

Japan to double annual cull of minke whales

6/21/05 Olsen, Independent, Japan to double annual cull of minke whales

Key vote lost by pro-whaling bloc

6/21/05 Black, BBC, Key vote lost by pro-whaling bloc

June 22, 2005

World Expo Envisions Eco-Utopia

6/22/05 Isaacson, Wired, World Expo Envisions Eco-Utopia

Bush eases land use for ranchers

6/22/05 Knickerbocker, CSM, Bush eases land use for ranchers

June 23, 2005

Pharmaceuticals in Waterways Raise Concern

6/23/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Pharmaceuticals in Waterways Raise Concern

Judge pulls the plug on Bush and helps threatened salmon back to sea

6/23/05 Usborne, Independent, Judge pulls the plug on Bush and helps threatened salmon back to sea

June 24, 2005

Major smog alert issued

6/24/05 Batty, Guardian, Major smog alert issued

Summer smog reaches dangerous levels as weather turns chaotic

6/24/05 McCarthy, Independent, Summer smog reaches dangerous levels as weather turns chaotic

Jordan river may dry up

6/24/05 Al Jazeera, Jordan river may dry up

June 25, 2005

U.S. Court Backs Bush's Changes on Clean Air Act

6/25/05 Janofsky, NYT, U.S. Court Backs Bush's Changes on Clean Air Act

June 26, 2005

Endangered Species Act Faces Broad New Challenges

6/26/05 Barringer, NYT, Endangered Species Act Faces Broad New Challenges

June 30, 2005

Barrick Gold Strikes Opposition in South America

6/30/05 Walker, GNN, Barrick Gold Strikes Opposition in South America

July 2, 2005

Future of Salmon Leads to Dispute Over Federal Dams

7/02/05 Harden, Wa. Post, Future of Salmon Leads to Dispute Over Federal Dams

Proposals Stiffen Standards on Air

7/02/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Proposals Stiffen Standards on Air

Energy ration cards for everyone planned

7/02/05 Clover, NewsTelegraph, Energy ration cards for everyone planned

July 4, 2005

Bill Would Reduce Government's Role in Protecting Species

7/04/05 Barringer, NYT, Bill Would Reduce Government's Role in Protecting Species

July 5, 2005

India: Smog hides deeper fear

7/05/05 Huggler, Independent, India: Smog hides deeper fear

China: Mind-numbing damage

7/05/05 McNeill, Independent, China: Mind-numbing damage

July 7, 2005

Capri: The island drowning in a sea of rubbish

7/07/05 Phillips, Independent, Capri: The island drowning in a sea of rubbish

Big Utility Goes to Trial Over Pollution

7/07/05 AP, Big Utility Goes to Trial Over Pollution

July 8, 2005

Billions Needed to Improve Great Lakes, Coalition Says

7/08/05 Barringer, NYT, Billions Needed to Improve Great Lakes, Coalition Says

July 10, 2005

Why the US could turn green

7/10/05 Evans, BBC, Why the US could turn green

July 14, 2005

Asian quake tears 1,000km rupture

7/14/05 Black, BBC, Asian quake tears 1,000km rupture

Big fish that (sadly) aren't getting away

7/14/05 Clayton, CSM, Big fish that (sadly) aren't getting away

Ringing the alarm for Earth

7/14/05 Radford, Guardian, Ringing the alarm for Earth

July 15, 2005

Report Details Environmental Harm to Fetuses

7/15/05 Reuters, Report Details Environmental Harm to Fetuses

Birds carry pollution to Arctic

7/15/05 Black, BBC, Birds carry pollution to Arctic

July 17, 2005

Coke tries to can Indian poster

7/17/05 Cadha, BBC, Coke tries to can Indian poster

A future full of hopes and fears

7/17/05 Twist, BBC, A future full of hopes and fears

July 18, 2005

The mystery of Britain's disappearing butterflies

7/18/05 McCaarthy, Independent, The mystery of Britain's disappearing butterflies

Development Could Tame a Land Forever Wild

7/18/05 Collins, NYT, Development Could Tame a Land Forever Wild

July 19, 2005

Ice Shelf Collapse Reveals New Undersea World

7/19/05 Carey, LiveScience, Ice Shelf Collapse Reveals New Undersea World

July 21, 2005

New Emission Rule for Bay Area Refineries

7/21/05 Marshall, NYT, New Emission Rule for Bay Area Refineries

July 22, 2005

Deal on Pollutant Cleanup Pushed to Save Energy Bill

7/22/05 Barrionuevo, NYT, Deal on Pollutant Cleanup Pushed to Save Energy Bill

Ecocide

7/22/05 Turnipseed, CommonDreams, Ecocide

July 23, 2005

Plague of locusts threatens Italian vineyards

7/23/05 Phillips, Independent, Plague of locusts threatens Italian vineyards

July 24, 2005

Back from the dead: scientist revives lost plant of old England

7/24/05 Randall, Independent, Back from the dead: scientist revives lost plant of old England

'Roo rustlers and turtle thieves hit French zoos

7/24/05 Lichfield, Independent, 'Roo rustlers and turtle thieves hit French zoos

Deaths of Rare Whales May Be Underreported, Scientists Say

7/24/05 AP, Deaths of Rare Whales May Be Underreported, Scientists Say

July 25, 2005

GM crops created superweed, say scientists

7/25/05 Brown, Guardian, GM crops created superweed, say scientists

Killer mice are driving island's rare birds to extinction

7/25/05 McCarthy, Independent, Killer mice are driving island's rare birds to extinction

July 27, 2005

100 killed as monsoon hits India

7/27/05 Sturke, Guardian, 100 killed as monsoon hits India

Alien invaders

7/27/05 McCarthy, Independent, Alien invaders

July 29, 2005

Up to half of ocean species lost to overfishing

7/29/05 Connor, Independent, Up to half of ocean species lost to overfishing

Oceans Have Fewer Kinds Of Fish

7/29/05 Eilperin, Wa.Post, Oceans Have Fewer Kinds Of Fish

Beach Pollution Advisories Up, Study Finds

7/29/05 Williamson, Wa. Post, Beach Pollution Advisories Up, Study Finds

August 1, 2005

Can This Fruit Be Saved?

8/01/05 Koeppel, Popular Science, Can This Fruit Be Saved?

August 2, 2005

Sioux Want to Clear Land of Bombs

8/02/05 Walker, AP, Sioux Want to Clear Land of Bombs

New energy probe may harm sea life

8/02/05 Clayton, CSM, New energy probe may harm sea life

August 3, 2005

Reactors & Racism

8/03/05 Mangano, Nation, Reactors & Racism

The tiny pest that threatens to gobble up the Big Easy

8/03/05 Buncombe, Independent, The tiny pest that threatens to gobble up the Big Easy

Organic farms 'best for wildlife'

8/03/05 BBC, Organic farms 'best for wildlife'

August 4, 2005

Shuttle Commander Sees Wide Environmental Damage

8/04/05 Franks, Reuters, Shuttle Commander Sees Wide Environmental Damage

August 5, 2005

River tests expose cocaine use

8/05/05 Radford, Guardian, River tests expose cocaine use

The world's biggest wave... and nine other natural extremes

8/05/05 Connor, Independent, The world's biggest wave... and nine other natural extremes

Pollution Trial of U.S. Company Opens in Indonesia

8/05/05 Perlez, NYT, Pollution Trial of U.S. Company Opens in Indonesia

August 6, 2005

Listening System May Help Whales

8/06/05 AP, Listening System May Help Whales

August 7, 2005

Leaping to extinction: why the salmon, King of Fish, is vanishing from our rivers

8/07/05 Mole & Johnson, Leaping to extinction: why the salmon, King of Fish, is vanishing from our rivers

Atomic Waste Mishandled, Records Show

8/07/05 Wald, NYT, Atomic Waste Mishandled, Records Show

U.S. and Canada Reach Deal on Draining Lake

8/07/05 Krauss, NYT, U.S. and Canada Reach Deal on Draining Lake

An American in Chile Finds Conservation a Hard Slog

8/07/05 Rohter, NYT, An American in Chile Finds Conservation a Hard Slog

August 8, 2005

More GM Contamination Found in Crops

8/08/05 Sunday Morning Herald, More GM Contamination Found in Crops

Highway Bill Throws $100 Million at Bike Trails

8/08/05 CHB, Highway Bill Throws $100 Million at Bike Trails

Growers can exploit GM loophole

8/08/05 Brown, Guardian, Growers can exploit GM loophole

The Canaries Had Their Coal Mines

8/08/05 DePalma, NYT, The Canaries Had Their Coal Mines

Groups Split Over Risks to Grizzlies in Yellowstone Park

8/08/05 Harden, Wa. Post, Groups Split Over Risks to Grizzlies in Yellowstone Park

August 9, 2005

Bush Signs Energy Bill, Cheers Steps Toward Self-Sufficiency

8/09/05 VandeHei & Blum, Wa. Post, Bush Signs Energy Bill, Cheers Steps Toward Self-Sufficiency

More tests, more closed shores

8/09/05 Wood, CSM, More tests, more closed shores

August 10, 2005

Radiation Limits for Waste Site Proposed

8/10/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Radiation Limits for Waste Site Proposed

Alaskan Sea Otter Listed as Threatened

8/10/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Alaskan Sea Otter Listed as Threatened

At Clean Plants, It's Waste Not

8/10/05 Orzech, Wired, At Clean Plants, It's Waste Not

August 11, 2005

Electrical recycling legislation delayed

8/11/05 Stevenson, Independent, Electrical recycling legislation delayed

August 13, 2005

Malaysia prays for rain as noxious clouds spread from Sumatra

8/13/05 Huggler, Independent, Malaysia prays for rain as noxious clouds spread from Sumatra

August 14, 2005

Invasion of the alien jellyfish - coming to a holiday beach near you

8/14/05 Nash, Independnet, Invasion of the alien jellyfish - coming to a holiday beach near you

Malaysia's tourism threatened by haze

8/14/05 Al Jazeera.net, Malaysia's tourism threatened by haze

Saving Northwest Forests

8/14/05 Pace, CounterPunch, Saving Northwest Forests

August 15, 2005

The Ten Best: Fair trade websites

8/15/05 Hall, Independent, The Ten Best: Fair trade websites

Workers Trying to Contain Effects of Big Spill Upstate

8/15/05 York, NYT, Workers Trying to Contain Effects of Big Spill Upstate

August 16, 2005

Tigers and gorillas - for sale on the internet

8/16/05 Vidal, Guardian, Tigers and gorillas - for sale on the internet

August 19, 2005

Photos Capture Human Footprint on Africa

8/19/05 Latifi, KnightRidder, Photos Capture Human Footprint on Africa ... National Geographic's Megaflyover Project

August 20, 2005

Judges Rebuff Government on Endangered Species

8/20/05 Barringer, NYT, Judges Rebuff Government on Endangered Species

August 21, 2005

Marine garden of Eden is discovered off coast of Skye

8/21/05 Carrell. Independent, Marine garden of Eden is discovered off coast of Skye

August 22, 2005

The wolf at your door

8/22/05 Marren, Independent, The wolf at your door

African fish industry 'in crisis'

8/22/05 BBC, African fish industry 'in crisis'

Village in Guatemalan Rain Forest Thrives with Ecological Logging

8/22/05 Replogel, SF Chron, Village in Guatemalan Rain Forest Thrives with Ecological Logging

August 24, 2005

Whales capable of cultural learning

8/24/05 Al Jazeera.net, Whales capable of cultural learning

Wave of Marine Species Extinctions Feared

8/24/05 Eilperin, NYT, Wave of Marine Species Extinctions Feared - Chart

August 26, 2005

Top Official Urged Change in How Parks Are Managed

8/26/05 Barringer, NYT, Top Official Urged Change in How Parks Are Managed

August 28, 2005

Critics warn India over river linking

8/28/05 Al Jazeera, Critics warn India over river linking

August 29, 2005

Boost to CO2 mass extinction idea

8/22/05 Briggs, BBC, Boost to CO2 mass extinction idea

August 31, 2005

Environment key to helping poor

8/31/05 Black, BBC, Environment key to helping poor

September 1, 2005

Scientists find missing links in chimp genome

9/01/05 Radford, Guardian, Scientists find missing links in chimp genome

Stocks of Cod and Red Snapper Drop, but Others Improve

9/01/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Stocks of Cod and Red Snapper Drop, but Others Improve

New Orleans: Loss of wetlands opens floodgates to disaster

9/01/05 Usborne, Independent, New Orleans: Loss of wetlands opens floodgates to disaster

September 3, 2005

Katrina Will Revive Restoration Efforts

9/03/05 Bowman, CHB, Katrina Will Revive Restoration Efforts

September 4, 2005

The Privatization Mob - PERC and River Access in Montana

9/04/05 Corr, CounterPunch, The Privatization Mob - PERC and River Access in Montana

September 5, 2005

SOS call for Ireland's deep coral

9/05/05 Amos, BBC, SOS call for Ireland's deep coral

The silent killer

9/05/05 McCarthy, Independent, The silent killer

September 6, 2005

New Orleans' toxic floodwater poses environmental threat

9/06/05 CBC News, New Orleans' toxic floodwater poses environmental threat

Destruction on Peninsula Illustrates Danger of Living at Earth's Edge

9/06/05 Barry, NYT, Destruction on Peninsula Illustrates Danger of Living at Earth's Edge

September 7, 2005

After Katrina: The Toxic Timebomb

9/07/05 Gumbel & Cornwell, Independent, After Katrina: The Toxic Timebomb

Water Returned to Lake Contains Toxic Material

9/07/05 Chan & Revkin, NYT, Water Returned to Lake Contains Toxic Material

Katrina Takes Environmental Toll

9/07/05 Dwyer et al, Wa. Post, Katrina Takes Environmental Toll

How to tame the fury of hurricanes

9/07/05 Spotts, CSM, How to tame the fury of hurricanes

New biodiversity hotspots revealed

9/07/05 Connor, Independent, New biodiversity hotspots revealed

New Orleans Floodwater Fouled With Bacteria, Chemicals

9/07/05 Appel, Nat.Geo News, New Orleans Floodwater Fouled With Bacteria, Chemicals

September 8, 2005

Floodwaters Contaminated at Extreme Levels

9/08/05 Neergaared, CHB, Floodwaters Contaminated at Extreme Levels

Flood water 10 times over toxic limit

9/08/05 Campbell & Borger, Guardian, Flood water 10 times over toxic limit

Lake faces aftermath of city catastrophe

9/08/05 Jackson, BBC, Lake faces aftermath of city catastrophe

Residents Worry About the Threat of Hazardous Chemicals

9/08/05 Urbina & Wald, NYT, Residents Worry About the Threat of Hazardous Chemicals

September 9, 2005

New Strain of Wheat Rust Appears in Africa

9/09/05 Lacey, NYT, New Strain of Wheat Rust Appears in Africa

September 10, 2005

Some Ways to Prepare for the Absolute Worst

9/10/05 Darlin, NYT, Some Ways to Prepare for the Absolute Worst

Storage Plan Approved for Nuclear Waste

9/10/05 Vedantan, Wa. Post, Storage Plan Approved for Nuclear Waste

'Help needed' to save great apes

9/10/05 BBC, 'Help needed' to save great apes

September 11, 2005

Sellafield struggles with radioactive gulls

9/11/05 Nisse, Independent, Sellafield struggles with radioactive gulls

Cover-up: toxic waters 'will make New Orleans unsafe for a decade'

9/11/05 Lean, Independent, Cover-up: toxic waters 'will make New Orleans unsafe for a decade'

EPA to probe New Orleans Superfund sites

9/11/05 UPI, EPA to probe New Orleans Superfund sites

Chemical plants vulnerable to terror attack

9/11/05 From 4/27/05 Williams, MSNBC, Chemical plants vulnerable to terror attack

For now, health officials issue warnings - and wait

9/11/05 Leiser, ST. Louis Dispatch, For now, health officials issue warnings - and wait

September 12, 2005

A Black-Green Curtain of Disease and Destruction, Grime and Stench

9/12/05 Barry, NYT, A Black-Green Curtain of Disease and Destruction, Grime and Stench

Levees Failed Nature Refuge Just as They Did Humans

9/12/05 Bennet, NYT, Levees Failed Nature Refuge Just as They Did Humans

Giving a Hoot for the Spotted Owl

9/12/05 Karle, Wired, Giving a Hoot for the Spotted Owl

Extreme organic

9/12/05 Finn, Independent, Extreme organic

September 14, 2005

Aging Nuclear Power Plants May Affect Emissions Pact

9/14/05 Wald, NYT, Aging Nuclear Power Plants May Affect Emissions Pact

September 16, 2005

Partnership Formed to Build Nuclear Plants

9/16/05 Wald, Partnership Formed to Build Nuclear Plants

Left Behind: Bush's Holy War on Nature

9/16/05 Ward, Nation, Left Behind: Bush's Holy War on Nature

September 18, 2005

Troops In New Orleans "Decontaminating Themselves As If They Were Operating In A Toxic Environment"

9/18/05 Simpson, AP, Troops In New Orleans "Decontaminating Themselves As If They Were Operating In A Toxic Environment"

A Rare and Unusual Harvest

9/18/05 Moreno, Wa. Post, A Rare and Unusual Harvest

September 21, 2005

Natural Buffers Took a Beating

9/21/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Natural Buffers Took a Beating - Gulf's Woods and Wetlands Experienced Lasting Damage

September 22, 2005

EPA Wants to Ease Toxic Spill Reporting

9/22/05 Heilprin, AP, EPA Wants to Ease Toxic Spill Reporting

France plans to pay cash for more babies

9/22/05 Henley, Guardian, France plans to pay cash for more babies

September 23, 2005

Energy Group Plans to Build Nuclear Plants in Gulf States

9/23/05 Wald, NYT, Energy Group Plans to Build Nuclear Plants in Gulf States

Energy Group Plans to Build Nuclear Plants in Gulf States

9/23/05 Wald, NYT, Energy Group Plans to Build Nuclear Plants in Gulf States

Rewrite of Endangered Species Law Approved

9/23/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Rewrite of Endangered Species Law Approved

September 24, 2005

The trees that vanished: crisis in the Hindu Kush

9/24/05 Huggler, Independent, The trees that vanished: crisis in the Hindu Kush

September 25, 2005

Millions of animals face death sentence in Australia

9/25/05 AP, Millions of animals face death sentence in Australia

Secrets of largest fish revealed

9/25/05 BBC, Secrets of largest fish revealed

Record haul of 20,000 new species expected

9/25/05 McKie & Corbyn, Guardian, Record haul of 20,000 new species expected

September 26, 2005

EPA Testers Privately Telling People New Orleans is Off the Charts

9/26/05 N.O Env Watch, EPA Testers Privately Telling People New Orleans is Off the Charts

September 27, 2005

Yellowstone grizzlies off danger list, and in the hunter's sights

9/27/05 Usborne, Independent, Yellowstone grizzlies off danger list, and in the hunter's sights

September 28, 2005

Kazakh 'national treasure' under threat

9/28/05 McGivering, BBC, Kazakh 'national treasure' under threat

September 30, 2005

U.S. Closer to Arctic Oil Drilling

9/30/05 Harper, Toronto Star, U.S. Closer to Arctic Oil Drilling

House Passes Bill That Would Revise Endangered Species Act

9/30/05 AP, House Passes Bill That Would Revise Endangered Species Act

October 2, 2005

Forest Service Puts Small Projects on Hold

10/02/05 AP, Forest Service Puts Small Projects on Hold

Dodging bullets in Brazil with Greenpeace

10/02/05 Independent, Dodging bullets in Brazil with Greenpeace

October 3, 2005

Louisiana Ecological Harm Called Unprecedented

10/03/05 Daley, KnoghtRidder, Louisiana Ecological Harm Called Unprecedented

October 4, 2005

Death traps destroying Atlantic sharks

10/04/05 Vidal & Murray, Guardian, Death traps destroying Atlantic sharks

October 7, 2005

Energy bill squeaks through House

10/07/05 UPI, Science Daily, Energy bill squeaks through House

October 8, 2005

Earthquake hits south Asia

10/08/05 Guardian, Earthquake hits south Asia

Hundreds Dead in Pakistan-India Earthquake

10/08/05 Torchia, AP, Hundreds Dead in Pakistan-India Earthquake

House Bill Calls for New Refineries

10/08/05 Simon, LA Times, House Bill Calls for New Refineries

October 11, 2005

Foal by Foal, the Wildest of Horses Is Coming Back

10/11/05 Wilford, NYT, Foal by Foal, the Wildest of Horses Is Coming Back

Bones show man wiped out lynx

10/11/05 Kelbie, Independent, Bones show man wiped out lynx

Court bid to give dolphins more protection is rejected

10/11/05 Kirby, Independent, Court bid to give dolphins more protection is rejected

October 12, 2005

Army to fight Amazonian drought

10/12/05 BBC, Army to fight Amazonian drought

Greenpeace at war

10/12/05 Castel, Independent, Greenpeace at war

Supreme Court Takes Up 2 Cases Challenging Powers of U.S. Regulators to Protect Wetlands

10/12/05 Greenhouse, NYT, Supreme Court Takes Up 2 Cases Challenging Powers of U.S. Regulators to Protect Wetlands

Analyses of Floodwater Find Lower Levels of Toxic Chemicals Than Feared

10/12/05 Chang, NYT, Analyses of Floodwater Find Lower Levels of Toxic Chemicals Than Feared

October 13, 2005

The whaling debate: Arctic lament

10/13/05 Buncombe, Independent, The whaling debate: Arctic lament

October 14, 2005

EPA Issues Draft Rules On Plants' Emissions

10/14/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, EPA Issues Draft Rules On Plants' Emissions

October 16, 2005

Man will 'wipe out' rare creatures of the deep

10/16/05 Carrell, Independent, Man will 'wipe out' rare creatures of the deep

The future of the Earth: Is this the end of the world?

10/16/05 Independent, The future of the Earth: Is this the end of the world?

October 17, 2005

Everything you do has an impact on the planet

10/17/05 Smith, Independent, Everything you do has an impact on the planet

Critics of Montana Hunt Say Bison Aren't Fair Game

10/17/05 Robbins, NYT, Critics of Montana Hunt Say Bison Aren't Fair Game

October 18, 2005

Pollution may affect fertility and induce miscarriage

10/18/05 Frith, Independent, Pollution may affect fertility and induce miscarriage

October 19, 2005

Some Proposed Changes Dropped in Parks' New Rules

10/19/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Some Proposed Changes Dropped in Parks' New Rules

October 21, 2005

Wal-Mart Nudges Foreign Suppliers

10/21/05 Kabel, AP, Wal-Mart Nudges Foreign Suppliers

Latest champions for Northwest's salmon

10/21/05 Knickerbocker, CSM, Latest champions for Northwest's salmon

Revealed: the true devastation of the rainforest

10/21/05 Connor, Independent, Revealed: the true devastation of the rainforest

Amazon 'stealth' logging revealed

10/21/05 Watts, BBC, Amazon 'stealth' logging revealed

October 22, 2005

Falling from the tree

10/22/05 McGrath, Guardian, Falling from the tree

Belarus Resumes Farming in Chernobyl Radiation Zone

10/22/05 Myers, NYT, Belarus Resumes Farming in Chernobyl Radiation Zone

Big Pay Off. Richard Pombo: Tom DeLay in Cowboy Boots

10/22/05 Donnelly, CounterPunch, Extinction's Big Pay Off. Richard Pombo: Tom DeLay in Cowboy Boots

October 24, 2005

Poor Nations Are Littered With Old PC's, Report Says

10/24/05 Flynn, NYT, Poor Nations Are Littered With Old PC's, Report Says

October 25, 2005

An exotic trade

10/25/05 Independent, An exotic trade

October 27, 2005

Environmentalists Make Last Stand On Alaskan Drilling

10/27/05 Blum, Wa. Post, Environmentalists Make Last Stand On Alaskan Drilling

Ecologists slam Dubai luxury islands

10/27/05 Al Jazeera.net, Ecologists slam Dubai luxury islands

October 28, 2005

Rare mice evacuated from island as war is declared on rat population

10/28/05 Kelbie, Independent, Rare mice evacuated from island as war is declared on rat population

China clamps down on environmental monitoring group

10/28/05 Eimer, Independent, China clamps down on environmental monitoring group

October 30, 2005

Sea of Studies Doesn't Help Restoration of Great Lakes

10/30/05 Slevein & Lyderson, NYT, Sea of Studies Doesn't Help Restoration of Great Lakes

Navy denies Tasmania whale deaths

10/30/05 Mercer, BBC, Navy denies Tasmania whale deaths

October 31, 2005

Swampy Part of New Orleans Turns Into Dumping Ground

10/31/05 Burdeu, AP, Swampy Part of New Orleans Turns Into Dumping Ground

Oregon's Great Land Use Debate

10/31/05 Seebach, CHB, Oregon's Great Land Use Debate

Army secret surfaces: Deadly chemicals at sea

10/30/05 Bull, McCall, Army secret surfaces: Deadly chemicals at sea

November 1, 2005

Malawi Is Burning, and Deforestation Erodes Economy

11/01/05 Wines, NYT, Malawi Is Burning, and Deforestation Erodes Economy

November 5, 2005

India's 'Panama Canal' is a disaster, warn ecologists

11/05/05 Huggler, Independent, India's 'Panama Canal' is a disaster, warn ecologists

November 6, 2005

Elephant explosion triggers cull row

11/06/05 Wilson, BBC, Elephant explosion triggers cull row

Bears set for UK's own 'Jurassic Park'

11/06/05 Kelbie, Independent, Bears set for UK's own 'Jurassic Park'

November 8, 2005

Bush, Meeting Panama's Leader, Endorses Widening of the Canal

11/08/05 Bumiller, NYT, Bush, Meeting Panama's Leader, Endorses Widening of the Canal

Audubon Society Sues Over Spotted Owl

11/08/05 Johnson, AP, Audubon Society Sues Over Spotted Owl

November 9, 2005

Last-ditch plan to save red squirrels launched

11/09/05 Minchin, Independnet, Last-ditch plan to save red squirrels launched

Arctic Oil Drilling Goes to House Vote

11/09/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Arctic Oil Drilling Goes to House Vote

November 10, 2005

House Shelves Alaska Drilling in Budget Fight

11/10/05 Hulse, NYT, House Shelves Alaska Drilling in Budget Fight

November 11, 2005

UN warns of Iraq environment threat

11/11/05 Al Jazeera.net, UN warns of Iraq environment threat

ENVIRONMENT-CHILE:Conflict Over Andean Glaciers Heats Up

11/11/05 Estrada, IPS, ENVIRONMENT-CHILE:- Conflict Over Andean Glaciers Heats Up

House Battle Over Arctic Drilling Not Over

11/11/05 Herbert, AP, House Battle Over Arctic Drilling Not Over

House Could Alter 19th Century Mining Law

11/11/05 Heilprin, AP, House Could Alter 19th Century Mining Law

November 14, 2005

Deforestation rate remains alarming

11/14/05 Al Jazeera.net, Deforestation rate remains alarming

Groups Propose Alternative to E.P.A. Rules on Mercury

11/14/05 Janofsky, NYT, Groups Propose Alternative to E.P.A. Rules on Mercury

November 15, 2005

Louisiana's Marshes Fight for Their Lives

11/15/05 Dean, NYT, Louisiana's Marshes Fight for Their Lives

Grizzlies May Lose Status as 'Threatened'

11/15/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Grizzlies May Lose Status as 'Threatened'

UK sites in acid rain 'recovery'

11/15/05 BBC, UK sites in acid rain 'recovery'

November 16, 2005

GAO Denounces Bay Cleanup Efforts

11/16/05 Willaimson, Wa. Post, GAO Denounces Bay Cleanup Efforts

November 18, 2005

EU passes new law on toxic chemicals: but is it enough?

11/18/05 Castle, Independent, EU passes new law on toxic chemicals: but is it enough?

Overfishing could wipe out bluefin tuna under threat in Med

11/18/05 Popham, Independent, Overfishing could wipe out bluefin tuna under threat in Med

November 19, 2005

Kenya's wildlife goes on the menu at Thai zoo

11/19/05 Selva, Independent, Kenya's wildlife goes on the menu at Thai zoo

November 20, 2005

The prickly tale of Charlie and the urchin factory

11/20/05 Woolf, Independent, The prickly tale of Charlie and the urchin factory

November 21, 2005

Internal Federal Memo Casts Doubts on Hudson Cleanup

11/21/05 dePalma, NYT, Internal Federal Memo Casts Doubts on Hudson Cleanup

November 24, 2005

Polluted water reaches Chinese city

11/24/05 Guardian, Polluted water reaches Chinese city

Toxic spill to hit Russian city

11/24/05 BBC, Toxic spill to hit Russian city

Chinese toxic spill 'may threaten food chain'

11/24/05 Dyer et al, FT, Chinese toxic spil ‘may threaten food chain'

November 25, 2005

100 tonnes of pollutants spilled into Chinese river

11/25/05 Guardian, 100 tonnes of pollutants spilled into Chinese river

China Blames Oil Company for Benzene Spill in River

11/25/05 Lague, NYT, China Blames Oil Company for Benzene Spill in River

Health fears over China toxin spill

11/25/05 Al Jazeera.net, Health fears over China toxin spill

Whales and dolphins threatened by naval sonar, says UN report

11/25/05 Howden, Independent, Whales and dolphins threatened by naval sonar, says UN report

November 26, 2005

Spill in China Brings Danger, and Cover-Up

11/26/05 Yardley, NYT, Spill in China Brings Danger, and Cover-Up

Small Leak at Indian Point Eludes Diver and Cameras

11/26/05 Wald, NYT, Small Leak at Indian Point Eludes Diver and Cameras

Chinese Officials Sought to Hide Toxic Spill

11/26/05 Pan, Wa. Post, Chinese Officials Sought to Hide Toxic Spill

First a denial, then a cover-up: how China lied to its people

11/26/05 Eimer, Independent, First a denial, then a cover-up: how China lied to its people

November 27, 2005

Environmental Warfare and Climate Change

11/27/05 Chossudovsky, CRG, Environmental Warfare and Climate Change

Rural Water Worries Persist After Chinese Chemical Spill

11/27/05 Yardley, NYT, Rural Water Worries Persist After Chinese Chemical Spill

November 28, 2005

Corruption Endangers a Treasure of the Caspian

11/28/05 Chivers, NYT, Corruption Endangers a Treasure of the Caspian

A tough look at a key environmental law

11/28/05 Knickerbocker, CSM, A tough look at a key environmental law

GM salmon company eyes AIM flotation to avoid US regulations

11/28/05 Foley, Independent, GM salmon company eyes AIM flotation to avoid US regulations

November 30, 2005

Wildlife conservation in Europe: Lament for the Maltese Falcon

11/30/05 Penketh, Independent, Wildlife conservation in Europe: Lament for the Maltese Falcon

Zeroing Out the Messenger

11/30/05 Harden, Wa. Post, Zeroing Out the Messenger

December 1, 2005

A Strategy to Restore Western Grasslands Meets With Local Resistance

12/01/05 Barringer, NYT, A Strategy to Restore Western Grasslands Meets With Local Resistance

Study: U.S. Fisheries Discard 22% of Catch

12/01/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Study: U.S. Fisheries Discard 22% of Catch

December 2, 2005

'Wildlife Interpol' launched to aid endangered species

12/02/05 McGirk, Independent, 'Wildlife Interpol' launched to aid endangered species

December 3, 2005

China Fires Environment Agency Chief Over Handling of Toxic Spill

12/03/05 Pan, Wa. Post, China Fires Environment Agency Chief Over Handling of Toxic Spill

Report Accuses EPA of Slanting Analysis

12/03/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Report Accuses EPA of Slanting Analysis

December 5, 2005

In Today's India, Status Comes With Four Wheels

12/05/05 Waldman, NYT, In Today's India, Status Comes With Four Wheels

Chinese demand for ivory threatens African elephants

12/05/05 Selva, Independent, Chinese demand for ivory threatens African elephants

How to live off the land

12/05/05 Cookson, Independent, How to live off the land

Food Crisis Feared as Fertile Land Runs Out

12/05/05 Ravilious, Guardian, Food Crisis Feared as Fertile Land Runs Out

December 6, 2005

In Mongolia, an 'Extinction Crisis' Looms

12/06/05 Wilford, NYT, In Mongolia, an 'Extinction Crisis' Looms

December 9, 2005

Europe's pollution hotspots shown

12/09/05 Amos, BBC, Europe's pollution hotspots shown

'Rainforest martyr' murder trial begins in Brazil

12/09/05 Buncmbe, Independent, 'Rainforest martyr' murder trial begins in Brazil

December 10, 2005

Hundreds treated over Tehran smog

12/10/05 BBC, Hundreds treated over Tehran smog

Wildlife to suffer if UK proposals for European funding cuts are approved

12/10/05 Lumsden, Independent, Wildlife to suffer if UK proposals for European funding cuts are approved

The vanishing small blue: why butterfly is starving

12/10/05 Kelbie, Independent, The vanishing small blue: why butterfly is starving

December 12, 2005

'Digital Dumps' Heap Hazards at Foreign Sites

12/12/05 Grossman, Wa. Post, 'Digital Dumps' Heap Hazards at Foreign Sites

Arctic orcas highly contaminated

12/12/05 Clark, BBC, Arctic orcas highly contaminated

Fears that cloud may leave toxins in the groundwater

12/12/05 Connor & Roberts, Independent, Fears that cloud may leave toxins in the groundwater

December 13, 2005

Map charts endangered species facing new age of extinction

12/13/05 Sample, Guardian, Map charts endangered species facing new age of extinction

Funding Tight for Great Lakes Plan

12/13/05 Lydersen, Wa. Post, Funding Tight for Great Lakes Plan

December 15, 2005

DuPont to Pay $16.5 Million for Unreported Risks

12/15/05 Janofsky, NYT, DuPont to Pay $16.5 Million for Unreported Risks

G.O.P. May Harness Arctic Drilling to Pentagon Budget

12/15/05 Hulse, NYT, G.O.P. May Harness Arctic Drilling to Pentagon Budget

New Orleans Soil Poses Hazard

12/15/05 Brown, Wa. Post, New Orleans Soil Poses Hazard

December 16, 2005

Toxic leak reaches Russian river

12/16/05 BBC, Toxic leak reaches Russian river

December 17, 2005

Bringing the Food Economy Home

12/17/05 ISEC, Bringing the Food Economy Home

'Catastrophic' radiation levels found in Chechnya

12/17/05 Osborn, Independnent, 'Catastrophic' radiation levels found in Chechnya

December 18, 2005

Oranges are not the safest fruit - they all exceed pesticide limits

12/18/05 Lean, Independent, Oranges are not the safest fruit - they all exceed pesticide limits

December 19, 2005

House Narrowly Approves $40 Billion Budget-Cutting Plan

12/19/05 Hulse, NYT, House Narrowly Approves $40 Billion Budget-Cutting Plan

World Bank in $1bn pollution deal

12/19/05 Al Jazeera.net, World Bank in $1bn pollution deal

December 20, 2005

Amid Devastation, Mounds of Toxic Waste Vie for Attention

12/20/05 Schwartz, NYT, Amid Devastation, Mounds of Toxic Waste Vie for Attention

ANWR Issue Roils Senate Again

12/20/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, ANWR Issue Roils Senate Again

Stevens Holds Senate in Session

12/20/05 Murray, Wa. Post, Stevens Holds Senate in Session

Wal-Mart Admits Probe Over Hazardous Waste

12/20/05 Bartles, AP, Wal-Mart Admits Probe Over Hazardous Waste

Public Data Show Chemicals in Tap Water

12/20/05 Heilprin, AP, Public Data Show Chemicals in Tap Water

Russians stow water as spill nears

12/20/05 CNN, Russians stow water as spill nears

December 21, 2005

A risk of total collapse

12/21/05 Evan, Guardian, A risk of total collapse

Proposed Standards for Air Quality Criticized

12/21/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, Proposed Standards for Air Quality Criticized

Senate Faces Showdown on Bills

12/21/05 Weisman & Murray, Wa. Post, Senate Faces Showdown on Bills

Toxic spill in second China river

12/21/05 BBC, Toxic spill in second China river

December 22, 2005

Senate Rejects Bid for Drilling in Arctic Area

12/22/05 Hulse, NYT, Senate Rejects Bid for Drilling in Arctic Area

Senate Approves Cuts, but Not Drilling

12/22/05 Murray & Weismna, Wa. Post, Senate Approves Cuts, but Not Drilling

And the Saga on Arctic Oil Drilling Continues

12/22/05 Eilperin, Wa. Post, And the Saga on Arctic Oil Drilling Continues

China to encourage energy efficient cars to lower oil consumption

12/22/05 ChinaWire, China to encourage energy efficient cars to lower oil consumption

Japanese Whalers, Greenpeace in Ocean Battle

12/22/05 Reuters, Nichols, Japanese Whalers, Greenpeace in Ocean Battle

December 23, 2005

Chinese toxic spill 'stopped by dam'

12/23/05 Sturcke, Guardian, Chinese toxic spill 'stopped by dam'

December 24, 2005

Toxic Slick From China Reaches City In Russia

12/24/05 Finn, Wa. Post, Toxic Slick From China Reaches City In Russia

December 27, 2005

Below a Mountain of Wealth, a River of Waste

12/27/05 Perlez & Bonner, NYT, Below a Mountain of Wealth, a River of Waste

Scientists Try to Resolve Nuclear Problem With an Old Technology Made New Again

12/27/05 Wald, NYT, Scientists Try to Resolve Nuclear Problem With an Old Technology Made New Again

British ladybirds face rapid extinction after invasion by an Asian interloper

12/27/05 Brown & McCarthy, Independent, British ladybirds face rapid extinction after invasion by an Asian interloper

December 28, 2005

In Russia, Pollution Is Good for Business

12/28/05 Kramer, NYT, In Russia, Pollution Is Good for Business

The Elephant in the Room

12/28/05 Strauss, Wa. Post, The Elephant in the Room

December 29, 2005

Population gloom

12/29/05 Guardian, Population gloom

New threat as wolves make comeback

12/29/05 Borger, Guardian, New threat as wolves make comeback

December 30, 2005

A Drier and Tainted Nevada May Be Legacy of a Gold Rush

12/30/05 Johnson, NYT, A Drier and Tainted Nevada May Be Legacy of a Gold Rush

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