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State Collects Stamp Fees to Boost Sportfishing, but Keeps Funds on the Hook
June 6, 2005 12:00 AM - Andrew Lepage, The Sacramento Bee
California has reeled in more than $2.5 million over the past year and a half from the $5 stamps anglers must buy to fish in the Delta and Sacramento Valley rivers -- a pot of money that's supposed to boost sportfishing.
Red Tide Continues Southward Expansion
June 3, 2005 12:00 AM - Jay Lindsay, Associated Press
One of New England's worst "red tides" in decades continued its southward expansion this week, rounding Cape Cod and forcing the closure of some of the region's most prolific shellfish beds.
Brazil Police Arrest 78 Officials and Businessmen in Crackdown on Illegal Logging
June 3, 2005 12:00 AM - Michael Astor, Associated Press
Federal police staged a massive crackdown on illegal logging, arresting 48 environmental officials, including a ranking official in one Amazon state.
Business Aims to Eliminate E-Waste
June 3, 2005 12:00 AM - Mark Fagan, Journal-World
Computer Waste Solutions Co. is working to convince area businesses, organizations and individuals to pay a little extra for disposing of their discarded computer monitors, TV screens and other so-called "e-waste."
Florida Approves a Deal to Avert Oil Drilling off the Coast
June 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press
After a 15-year legal battle, Gov. Jeb Bush and the Cabinet approved a $12.5 million deal Wednesday to prevent oil drilling in Florida's coastal waters.
Federal Judge Finds Phosphorus Discharges Violate Everglades Cleanup Settlement
June 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Curt Anderson, Associated Press
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Florida and the U.S. government violated the 1992 Everglades cleanup settlement by allowing excessive discharges of phosphorus into the vast wetlands and failing to meet a stormwater treatment deadline.
Wet Winter Triggered California Landslide, Expert Says
June 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Alicia Chang, Associated Press
Accumulated rainfall from an unusually wet winter most likely triggered Wednesday's landslide that destroyed 18 luxury hillside homes in Orange County's Laguna Beach, scientists say.
Fighting Sprawl, Virginia Town Seeks to Save Past
June 1, 2005 12:00 AM - Deborah Zabarenko, Reuters
Speeding west of Washington, D.C., on busy U.S. Route 29 -- past strip malls, fast-food outlets and row after row of new suburban homes -- it's easy to pass right by this tiny 18th century town.
Helping the Environment Around the Office
June 1, 2005 12:00 AM - Paul Geary, ENN
The day-to-day actions of regular working people collectively have an impact on the environment, and here are tips on how to be "greener" in your office.
Hurricane Season Could Renew Global Warming Debate
May 31, 2005 12:00 AM - Michael Christie, Reuters
If hurricanes again pound the United States this summer, their roar is likely to be accompanied by the din of another storm -- an angry debate among U.S. scientists over the impact of global warming.