Weyerhaeuser Executive, Descendant Urges Colorado to Recycle More
May 31, 2005 12:00 AM - Steve Raabe, The Denver Post
George Weyerhaeuser Jr. of the paper-making giant Weyerhaeuser Co. looks at Colorado and fails to see the environmentally activist state that others perceive. Rather, Weyerhaeuser sees mountains of discarded waste that aren't being recycled.
A Highway through the Amazon Promises Riches, but Some Fear Ecological Catastrophe
May 31, 2005 12:00 AM - Alan Clendenning, Associated Press
Burly truckers share thermoses of sweet coffee, cook rice and beans on camp stoves and lounge in the shade of Amazon jungle palms, waiting for their rigs to be towed through a half-mile stretch of waist-deep mud.
Aquarium's New Display Seeks to Inspire Conservation
May 31, 2005 12:00 AM - David L. Beck, San Jose Mercury News
When it opened two decades ago, the Monterey Bay Aquarium brought ocean creatures and their habitat closer to visitors than any other aquarium ever had. Now, the aquarium is aiming to turn it's visitors into stewards of the sea.
Massachusetts Man Promotes Vegetable Oil Fuels for Autos
May 31, 2005 12:00 AM - Andrew Martin, Chicago Tribune
From the rear of an abandoned rubber factory, under the shadow of Mount Tom, Justin Carven says he has figured out a way for Americans to save money on gas, curb air pollution and reduce their dependence on foreign oil.
Inside the World of Nonprofit Finance
May 27, 2005 12:00 AM - ENN
Though nonprofits provide critical services to society there is little understanding of the way in which the nonprofit sector is hamstrung by irrational financial rules the for-profit sector doesn't encounter, according to a new article in the Spring 2005 edition of the Nonprofit Quarterly.
Greenpeace Castigates Singapore Timber Giant for Action in China
May 27, 2005 12:00 AM - Kyodo News International
The environmental group Greenpeace International made new accusations Thursday against Singapore-based Asia Pulp & Paper, alleging the timber giant is cutting trees from natural forests in southern China to compensate for a raw material shortage at a paper mill.
Conference Explores Benefits of 'Green' Construction Methods
May 27, 2005 12:00 AM - Melissa Followell, The Bradenton Herald
Preserving resources for energy and environmental reasons took the forefront at Wednesday's Green Trends conference at the Chelsea Center in Sarasota. As more people move to Manatee and Sarasota counties, and demand for resources grows, conservation techniques are very important to the area's future.
EarthNews Radio: ForesTrade
May 26, 2005 12:00 AM - Paul Geary, ENN
Organic foods are a fast-growing segment of the economy. They're not only healthy, but good for the environment as well.
Nicaragua Enticing Budget Travelers and Real Estate Developers
May 26, 2005 12:00 AM - Doreen Hemlock, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
To the south, Costa Rica is known for its ecotourism. Farther north, Guatemala beckons with Mayan treasures and indigenous cultures. Now, Nicaragua is making a name as a Central American travel destination, too, welcoming guests to its beaches, Spanish colonial cities and other attractions.
Policy Debate Over Power Plants on Navajo Land
May 26, 2005 12:00 AM - Brenda Norrell, Indian Country Today
Navajos voting in opposition to a new power plant on the Navajo Nation in the Four Corners area, where some of the nation's dirtiest power plants already exist, say they are already suffering from enough respiratory disease and cancer from smog-laden air and polluted water.