Agreement Will Protect 730 Acres on South Table Mt. (CO)
November 12, 2004 11:23 AM - Trust for Public Land (TPL)
Coors Brewing Company today announced that it has entered into a contract to sell its land holdings on South Table Mountain in Golden, Colo. to the Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national non-profit land conservation organization. It is anticipated TPL will purchase the property, which totals about 730 acres, from Coors and will then convey the land to the Jefferson County Open Space Program for permanent public protection and enjoyment. Coors also intends to make charitable donations as a part of the overall transaction to TPL to support its ongoing conservation programs across the state and to Jeffco Open Space Foundation, Inc. for the future protection of the South Table Mountain property.
Environmental/Business Coalition Warns That White House is Out-Of-Touch and Irresponsible for its Continued "Do-Nothing" Climate Change Policy and Rejection Of Limits on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
November 11, 2004 06:50 PM - The Sustainable Energy Coalition
The Sustainable Energy Coalition today sharply criticized recent comments by senior White House officials rejecting any limits on greenhouse gas emissions. The criticism was in response to statements made following President Bush's re-election, by James Connaughton, chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, White House science adviser John Marburger, and Mike Leavitt, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Adopt an Endangered Sea Turtle as a Holiday Gift!
November 11, 2004 06:43 PM - Caribbean Conservation Corporation
Every year it gets harder to find unique and meaningful holiday gifts. This year, the nonprofit Sea Turtle Survival League is offering something special for everyone on your gift list. Whether for a conservation-minded mom, computer savvy dads or for children who already have more toys than they can fit in their closets, adopting an endangered sea turtle from the Sea Turtle Survival League shows the people in your life you care about them and the protection of our environment.
Using IPM to Evaluate Manure in Farm Facilities
November 11, 2004 06:37 PM - Pennsylvania IPM Program
Fall brings the annual clean out of poultry and other livestock facilities prior to winter or the housing of the next herd or flock. Sound integrated pest management (IPM) practices can be applied both in the barn and out in the field to prevent the spread of insect pests, says a Penn State extension educator. IPM aims to manage pests such as insects, diseases, weeds and animals by combining physical, biological and chemical tactics that are safe, profitable and environmentally compatible.
Groups Sue EPA For Failing to Protect Children from Rat Poisons
November 11, 2004 06:36 PM - Natural Resources Defense Council
The Environmental Protection Agency has failed to protect children from exposure to chemical rat poisons, according to a lawsuit filed today by West Harlem Environmental Action (WEACT) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). The groups filed the lawsuit in federal district court in New York City.
"The Tree of Life Shares the Family Love"
November 11, 2004 06:31 PM - The Tree of Life
Welcome to the FIRST full color online edition of the Family of Light bulletin!
Great Ape Crisis Symposium Slated for Des Moines
November 10, 2004 11:02 AM - Great Ape Trust of Iowa
Less than a century ago, the world's great apes numbered in the millions, thriving on savannahs and rain forests throughout central Africa and Southeast Asia. Today, one by one, species by species, the great apes are rapidly disappearing - most of them the victims of deforestation and poaching. Some are captured or killed for an illegal international pet trade while others are slaughtered for their bushmeat. All the great apes - bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans - share one disturbing distinction; they face extinction - some by the end of this decade.
Penn State Part of International Research Program
November 10, 2004 11:01 AM - Pennsylvania IPM Program
Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences is one of several partners in an international collaborative research program that is working to reduce agricultural losses from pests and increase farm income while protecting the environment in developing countries.
Report Shows U.S. Companies Moving Forward with Carbon Reductions
November 10, 2004 11:00 AM - GreenBiz.com
According to an independent study, many U.S. corporations are moving ahead with greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction programs in the absence of federal requirements to do so and despite the U.S. staying out of the Kyoto Protocol.
New Scientific Consensus: Arctic is Warming At Unprecedented Rate, Burning Of Fossil Fuels is Culprit
November 10, 2004 10:58 AM - Natural Resources Defense Council
The Arctic is warming rapidly, with the loss of polar ice projected to accelerate global warming as well as contribute to sea level rise and flooding, according to a comprehensive four-year scientific study of the region conducted by an international team of 300 scientists that was officially released today.