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Online Resources Can Help Salvage Timber
November 10, 2005 12:00 AM - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

A variety of Web sites are gathering names and contact information in an attempt to link landowners with timber on the ground with people who can help them salvage it.

Gov. Romney Sees Explosive Growth in Clean Energy
November 10, 2005 12:00 AM - Rebecca Deusser, The Sun

Some officials on Beacon Hill believe that clean energy will be the next thing to boost the state economy. In fact, that industry could become as profitable as biotechnology, Gov. Mitt Romney said during a clean energy conference.

Environmentalists Criticize Route of Planned Siberia-Pacific Pipeline in New Report
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

Environmentalists slammed the proposed route for an oil pipeline from Siberia to Russia's Pacific in a report released Tuesday, arguing that it could send 4,000 tons of crude spilling into the world's largest freshwater body in just 20 minutes if ruptured.

Audubon Society Chapters Sue over Spotted Owl Protection
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Gene Johnson, Associated Press

The northern spotted owl was listed as an endangered species in 1990 because of logging in the Northwest, but federal officials have yet to come up with a plan to protect it, according to a federal lawsuit filed Monday.

Expect Sparks, No Flames, at U.S. Senate Oil Hearing
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Chris Baltimore, Reuters

Wednesday's Senate grilling of top U.S. oil industry executives is likely to be heavy on political theater but light on energy policy initiatives, analysts said.

U.S. States Say Power Bills Won't Soar on CO2 Plan
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Reuters

Businesses who oppose a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions in nine Northeastern U.S. states have overestimated how much the plan will raise electric bills, according to a study released by the states Monday.

Cambodia Introduces Battery-Powered Bicycles for Tourists Visiting Angkor Complex
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

The Cambodian government began Tuesday offering 300 battery-powered bicycles for tourists to rent while visiting the world-famous Angkor archaeological park, Cambodia's main tourist attraction.

More Monarch Butterflies May Go to Mexico
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Will Weissert, Associated Press

As many as 200 million Monarch butterflies may migrate to Mexico this year -- a nearly tenfold increase over 2004, when unfavorable weather, pollution and deforestation caused a drastic decline in the population, environmental officials said Tuesday.

U.S., Chinese Environmental Chiefs Start Regular Meetings on Cleaner Atmosphere
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - John Heilprin, Associated Press

The world's established superpower and superpolluter is meeting with an emerging superpower and superpolluter, seeking new and greener common ground.

Seals, Sea Lions Can Be Condor Food
November 9, 2005 12:00 AM - Seals, Sea Lions Can Be Condor Food

The growing populations of harbor seals and sea lions along the West Coast may be good news for California condors. While condors are now best known for eating dead deer, cattle and other animals, new research shows that carcasses of marine animals once formed a large part of their diet.

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