To Protect Galápagos, Ecuador Limits a Two-Legged Species
October 5, 2009 09:04 AM - Simon Romero, New York Times

Officials hope new government measures expelling poor migrants will help preserve the natural wonders that bolster one of Ecuador’s most profitable sectors: tourism.

It's Harvest Moon Time!
October 5, 2009 06:32 AM - Jesus Diaz, Gizmodo

If you like astronomy, here's a very simple event that you can see without special instruments, even if you are in a city: The harvest moon. In fact, if you are in a city, it will look even more spectacular.

Why is Pete the Moose on Death Row?
October 5, 2009 06:24 AM - Susan Allen, Times Argus

The fate of a tame moose named Pete living on an enclosed elk farm in Irasburg, Vermont remains undecided, with Fish and Wildlife Department officials still negotiating with the farm's owner about what steps to take to rid the property of white-tailed deer and moose living there in violation of state hunting regulations. Farm owner Doug Nelson, who keeps about 500 imported elk on his 600-acre property for agricultural and hunting purposes, said Friday that he believes the department plans to kill the moose and white-tailed deer living there within the coming weeks. Pete, he said, will be among the animals killed under that scenario.

Arctic Ice Shows no Sign of Returning
October 3, 2009 08:08 AM - Yereth Rosen, Reuters

Old, "multiyear" ice -- the glue that holds the polar ice cap together and forms the Arctic's defense against encroaching warming -- is slowly disintegrating, a process that is plain to see from the air.

Emissions Targets, Costs Stall Climate Talks
October 2, 2009 06:43 AM - David Fogarty, Reuters

Efforts to convince rich nations to toughen emissions cuts have failed to make much headway at climate talks in the Thai capital, the U.N. said on Friday. Delegates from about 180 nations are meeting in Bangkok to try to narrow differences on ways to broaden and deepen the fight against climate change.

Big Support, Potential for Mid-Atlantic Wind Power
October 2, 2009 05:50 AM - Elsa Wenzel , Clean Techies

An amazingly high percentage of people who live down the Mid-Atlantic Seaboard from New York to Virginia want wind turbines off their coast.

EPA Rule Will Require Permits and Use of Best Technologies to Reduce Greenhouse Gases from Large Facilities
October 1, 2009 06:59 AM - R. Greenway, ENN

U.S. EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson announced today that the Agency has taken a significant step to address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Clean Air Act.

Air Pollutants From Abroad A Growing Concern, Says New Report
September 30, 2009 09:54 AM - ScienceDaily

Plumes of harmful air pollutants can be transported across oceans and continents -- from Asia to the United States and from the United States to Europe -- and have a negative impact on air quality far from their original sources, says a new report by the National Research Council.

Tsunami Hits South Pacific
September 30, 2009 06:45 AM - Josephine Latu of Pacific Media Watch

A huge tsunami struck American Samoa and Samoa early day, causing many deaths in both Pacific island groups. Reports from Sky News put the death toll in American Samoa at 14, while Radio New Zealand reports at least five confirmed deaths in Samoa so far.

Google Earth Application Maps Carbon's Course
September 29, 2009 09:57 AM - Scientific Daily

Google Earth -- the digital globe on which computer users can fly around the planet and zoom in on key features -- is attracting attention in scientific communities and aiding public communication about carbon dioxide.

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