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15 min ago | Vail Daily News

Water in the West: Will Front Range growth trump river health?

Dominique Taylor/Dominique Taylor Photography John Collins from Denver gets a bite while fly fishing on the Eagle River in Edwards.


Related Topix: Colorado, Edwards, CO, Science, Weather, Natural Disasters, Drought

4 hrs ago | Southland Times

No more rules please, say farmers

They want Environment Southland to establish best-practice guidelines around hill and high country development instead of enforcing rules on them.


Related Topix: Science

7 hrs ago |

PCBs consumer products: Despite ban, dangerous chemicals still in items

Additional testing has revealed several more areas at Wethersfield High School with elevated PCBs, but no air or surface contamination.


Related Topix: Science, Ecology, Environmental Law, Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

11 hrs ago | Outlook

Centre Sets Three-Year Target to Rejuvenate Ganga

With the Narendra Modi Government according top priority to cleaning River Ganga, the Centre has set a target of three years to rejuvenate the polluted holy river.


Related Topix: Science

15 hrs ago |

Declining Relative Humidity Is Defying Global Warming Models

I am senior fellow for environment policy at the Heartland Institute and managing editor of Environment & Climate News.


Related Topix: Global Warming, Science, Activism, Dartmouth College, Syracuse University

19 hrs ago | Science Daily

Neither too hot nor too cold: Evolution of marine crocodilians constrained by ocean temperatures

The ancestors of today's crocodiles colonized the seas during warm phases and became extinct during cold phases, according to a new Anglo-French study which establishes a link between marine crocodilian diversity and the evolution of sea temperature over a period of more than 140 million years.


Related Topix: France, World News,

20 hrs ago |

Judge dismisses pollution suit targeting Moorestown plant

A federal judge in Camden has dismissed a lawsuit in which two Moorestown couples alleged that their families were exposed to health risks and a loss of property value because of underground contamination caused by a toxic chemical spill at a plant now owned by Lockheed Martin.


Related Topix: Science, Moorestown, NJ, Manufacturing, Aerospace-Defense, Lockheed Martin, Environmental Law, Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Tue Aug 19, 2014

Water Online

Water Environment Federation Releases Three New Publications

The Water Environment Federation announces an important addition to its diverse resource library with the release of three new publications.


Related Topix: Science, Weather

Palm Beach Post

Catching heat on environmental record, Scott listens on global warming

Gov. Rick Scott sought Tuesday to cool some of the rising political heat he is drawing for downplaying the impact of climate change by meeting with a handful of Florida environmental scientists at his Capitol office.


Related Topix: Rick Scott, US Governors, Science, Eckerd College, Charlie Crist

The New Zealand Herald

Mega Aussie solar project falls on global warming doubts

Komekurayama Solar Power Plant is a 10-megawatt photovoltaic power station in Japan.


Related Topix: Global Warming, Science, Australia, Oceania, World News, Solar Energy, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy

The Baltimore Sun

UM study warns of health impacts from fracking

A University of Maryland study warns that without adequate safeguards, drilling for natural gas using hydraulic fracturing could harm the health of residents, workers and communities in Western Maryland.


Related Topix: Maryland Government, Maryland, Science, Garrett County, MD, Allegany County, MD, US Governors, Martin O'Malley

Triple Pundit

China, The Nature Conservancy Work to Curb Pollution

China produces the most greenhouse gases in the world. But the country, in conjunction with the Nature Conservancy , is working to curb the causes and effects of climate change .


Related Topix: Science, Nature Conservancy, Charitable Organizations

This is Wiltshire

Agency steps in to move Averies filth

THOUSANDS of tonnes of unburned rubbish has started to be forcibly taken from the site of the ongoing blaze at Averies Recycling.


Related Topix: Science, Fire

Mon Aug 18, 2014

Babies deemed 'threat to the environment' by population control freaks

Oddly enough, it is a study that was published in the Journal of Medical Ethics .


Philippines Today

Environment authorities seize 78 live, 2 dead green sea turtles in Palawan

Environment cops in the northern Palawan town of Dumaran confiscated Sunday evening two dead and 78 live critically endangered species of green sea turtles from two abandoned fishing boats.


Related Topix: Science

Experts work to save North Yorks mussels

CONSERVATIONISTS are working in a remote North Yorkshire river to preserve a rare and endangered species of fresh water pearl mussel.


Related Topix: Science


Baidu partners with U.N. to tackle e-waste in China

Chinese search engine Baidu and the United Nations Development Program are hoping to streamline the recycling of e-waste in China with a new app that can help users easily sell their old electronics for cash.


Related Topix: Emerging Technology, Search Engines, Baidu, World News, China, Asia, Internet, Science / Technology, Science

Environmental Leader

Carbon Pollution Threatens Fishing Industry

Commercial fisheries in Alaska are increasingly threatened by ocean acidification , according to research led by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration .


Related Topix: Science, Oceanography

R & D

Recycling old batteries into solar cells

This could be a classic win-win solution: A system proposed by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology recycles materials from discarded car batteries-a potential source of lead pollution-into new, long-lasting solar panels that provide emissions-free power.


Related Topix: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Science

Medical News

Researchers delve into bone and tooth chemistry of King Richard III

A recent study by the British Geological Survey, in association with researchers at the University of Leicester, has delved into the bone and tooth chemistry of King Richard III and uncovered fascinating new details about the life and diet of Britain's last Plantagenet king.


Related Topix: Chemistry, Science, Leicestershire County, England, World News, United Kingdom, Anthropology, Archaeology, Health