Posted on Fri, 09/7/2012 - 11:31 AM by Bryan Nisperos
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Will threatened species go the way of the passenger pigeon? Asian nations are reminded of the turning point the United States faced a century ago.
A solar start-up says its technology could generate electricity that was even cheaper than the coal-fired variety.
An appeals panel says the E.P.A.'s calculations of available cellulosic fuel was based on desire rather than facts.
The United Nations opens a campaign to reduce waste, noting just one-quarter of what is lost or discarded each year would feel the world's hungry.
Pennsylvania says it will conduct a comprehensive review of radiation levels in drilling cuttings and water but that the amounts measured so far are negligible.
The nominee for secretary of state says he will ensure that a draft environmental analysis was carried about properly.
A federal appeals court has thrown out the Environmental Protection Agency's advanced biofuels quota for refiners, saying that it was based on a wishful assessment of how much cellulosic fuel could be produced. So far, producers have had a hard time generating the volume that would be needed to meet the quota, which is part [...]
Sometime very soon, the majority of the fish we eat will come from aquaculture rather than oceans.
Countering arguments that taxonomy is in decline, researchers say all of the world's species could potentially be identified.
The agency says New York State must figure out how to alleviate the turbidity caused by discharges from an upstate reservoir.
Doctors appeal to the authorities to lower the speed limit in the region and cut back on industrial activity.