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California Judge Rejects Challenge to Diesel Emission Rules
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Don Thompson, Associated Press

Truck drivers face tougher pollution regulations starting Saturday after diesel engine manufacturers lost a court battle to postpone the deadline.

Government Researchers Locate Concentration of Lost Fishing Nets
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Randolph E. Schmid, Associated Press

Researchers using satellites and aircraft have located a concentration of lost or abandoned fishing nets that drift through the oceans posing a danger to fish and other wildlife.

America's Other Trade Deficit -- An ENN Commentary
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Robert Ovetz, PhD, Sea Turtle Restoration Project

The massive die off of nearly one half of the US’s honey bees over the past six months indicates an underlying new, as yet unidentified, indicator of national economic well being and public health.

Human Waste, an Unsavory Import, Raises Concerns Among Some Farmers in Southern California
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Juliana Barbassa, Associated Press

A strong wind raises clouds of powdery gray dust, obscuring the road and sky around Larry Pearson's truck as he drives past piles of dried human waste. The mounds are part of an import stream some would rather not have in Kern County, one of the nation's most productive farming regions.

China to Create Powerful New Energy Agency Headed by Top Economic Planner
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

China, struggling to cope with surging demand for power and soaring oil imports, has created a powerful new agency to oversee its energy sector, the government said Friday.

Toxic Algae on Florida's Lake Okeechobee Jeopardizes $8.4 Billion Everglades Restoration
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Jill Barton, Associated Press

Lake Okeechobee was in trouble before last year's hurricanes churned up a thick layer of pollution from the bottom, turning the water the color of day-old coffee. But the worst may be yet to come.

Midwest Research Projects Look to Hydrogen
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

Several research projects in South Dakota and neighboring states are looking to hydrogen as a fuel source that could reduce air pollution, global warming and dependence on foreign oil.

Traveling Light: The Environmental Impact of Vacation Travel
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Paul Geary, ENN

The month of May is when many people start thinking about their plans for vacations for summer, and Memorial Day is the start of the traditional "driving season." With fuel prices at all-time highs and concern about the environment growing, there will be an environment-consciousness component to vacation planning for many.

America's Other Trade Deficit
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Robert Ovetz, PhD

(By Robert Ovetz, PhD) The massive die off of nearly one half of the US’s honey bees over the past six months indicates an underlying new, as yet unidentified, indicator of national economic well being and public health.

Hybrid Catfish Nears Commercial Use
May 2, 2005 12:00 AM - Garry Mitchell, Associated Press

Like any farmer, catfish growers have a taste for higher yields. Now after three decades of research, a hybrid catfish developed at Auburn University may satisfy that appetite for profit. There are other hybrids in the ponds -- strains of catfish crossed naturally -- but Auburn's hybrid catfish is the first manually fertilized for commercial use, according to its developers.

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