World Wildlife Fund to Train Thousands of Gold Miners in Suriname to Protect Environment
January 13, 2006 12:00 AM - Arny Belfor, Associated Press
U.S., Australia Say Businesses Will Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Voluntarily
January 12, 2006 12:00 AM - Michael Casey, Associated Press
The world's biggest polluters opened a two-day climate conference Wednesday with representatives insisting industry leaders will voluntarily slash emission standards.
Fishing Reefs Take about a Year to Develop
January 12, 2006 12:00 AM - Dusty Ricketts, The Destin Log
With the winter months typically slow for Destin's charter boat captains, some of them use this time of year to prepare for future fishing seasons.
Researchers Say Farming Threatens Brazil Wetlands
January 12, 2006 12:00 AM - Michael Astor, Associated Press
The growth of farming and cattle ranching in western Brazil could destroy the world's largest freshwater wetlands by 2050, researchers said Wednesday.
Warming May Cut Duck Numbers
January 11, 2006 12:00 AM - Daniel Connolly, Associated Press
A professor from the University of Montana had a simple message Tuesday in Arkansas: if you like hunting ducks, support international efforts to prevent global warming.
Haves and Have Nots Clash over Plan to Divert River for Drought Relief
January 11, 2006 12:00 AM - Michael Astor, Associated Press
The sun here is unforgiving. It cracks the parched earth into intricate spider web patterns that run beneath the scraggly brown bushes and green mandacaru cacti, whose arms stretch skyward as if begging for rain.
Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Enter Critical Year for Protection
January 11, 2006 12:00 AM - Tara Godvin, Associated Press
The remote 1,400-mile-long string of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands are blanketed with the 14 million nesting seabirds. Beneath the surface of the surrounding waters, fish crowd into pristine coral reefs.
U.N. Welcomes U.S Led Partnership on Climate Change
January 10, 2006 12:00 AM - Mike Corder, Associated Press
A U.S.-led partnership to combat global warming through cleaner energy technologies is the latest sign that the debate is shifting away from caps on emissions of greenhouse gases and toward voluntary measures.
NAFTA Panel Finds Mexico Slow to Respond to Illicit Logging on Indian Lands
January 10, 2006 12:00 AM - Mark Stevenson, Associated Press
Rogue loggers are taking advantage of slow-reacting authorities, mountainous terrain and even language barriers to clear-cut trees on Indian lands in northern Mexico.
Marine Water Invaders on Most Wanted List
January 10, 2006 12:00 AM - Beth Daley, Boston Globe
The sea slime alarm was sounded in 2002. Scientists discovered small, dense mats of a strange gooey creature on the ocean floor more than 100 miles offshore.