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Campaign in L.A. Tries to Pry Residents from Cars, One Driver at a Time
July 28, 2005 12:00 AM - Tim Molloy, Associated Press
Getting drivers to take the train or bus has never been easy in this car-crazed city of endless freeways, where gridlock is so awful that rush-hour speeds average less than 30 mph.
Researcher Puts Cows in a Bubble to Measure Emissions
July 28, 2005 12:00 AM - Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
How much gas does a cow pass? It's a serious question for California's dairy farmers, because the answer could cost them big money to comply with new state air quality regulations coming down the pike.
Conservationists Seek to Protect Apes
July 28, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press
The Austrian branch of an international conservation group on Wednesday said it was launching a campaign to educate Austrian tourists about how bringing home souvenirs made from parts of dead apes, such as scalps, could contribute to the extinction of some species.
U.S. Joins with Five Asian Countries to Counter Climate Change
July 28, 2005 12:00 AM - H. Josef Hebert, Associated Press
The United States and five Asian and Pacific nations, including China and India, agreed Wednesday on a partnership to use cleaner energy technologies in hopes of curtailing climate-changing pollution.
Witnesses Say Bears Back in Switzerland
July 27, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press
Bears may have returned to Switzerland, more than 100 years after disappearing from their Alpine habitat, according to eyewitnesses.
Crews to Move 12 Million Tons of Radioactive Waste away from River in Utah
July 26, 2005 12:00 AM - Mark Thiessen, Associated Press
The Department of Energy plans to move a 12 million ton heap of radioactive waste away from the banks of the Colorado River, a major source of drinking water for about 25 million people, officials said Monday.
Environmental Groups Sue Feds over Grazing at Glen Canyon
July 26, 2005 12:00 AM - Cyndy Cole, The Arizona Daily Sun
Two environmental groups are suing the Bureau of Land Management, the Park Service and Interior Secretary Gale Norton over grazing in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The lawsuit filed Friday has implications for ranching in northern Arizona and southern Utah, including for those who ranch in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Greenpeace Wants Halt to Deep Seas Bottom-Trawling
July 26, 2005 12:00 AM - David Ljunggren, Reuters
Greenpeace issued a fresh call Monday to stop the practice of bottom-trawling, saying the international organizations that manage fish stocks were doing nothing to stop the destruction of ocean beds.
Scientists Lead Sea Expedition from Land
July 26, 2005 12:00 AM - Richard C. Lewis, Associated Press
The ship with all the gadgets and underwater rovers is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, but for the first time, the team of scientists directing the expedition is not on board. They're sitting inside a room thousands of miles away.
Poaching Becoming Rampant on Federal Land
July 25, 2005 12:00 AM - Margery Beck, Associated Press
Barbara Beasley was the first person called to investigate when three suspicious men were stopped on federal land in remote northwest Nebraska. It didn't take the U.S. Forest Service official long to find what they had been doing: digging an 18-by-10-foot hole more than 2 feet deep that left the fossilized bones of a prehistoric rhinoceros called a brontothere exposed.