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Survey Shows India's Forest Cover Has Increased, but Dense Forests Have Shrunk
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

India's total forest and tree cover has shown a slight increase, although the area covered by dense forests has shrunk slightly, a satellite survey conducted by the government's forest authorities has shown.

Microchip Saves Rare Cambodian Turtle
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Margie Mason, Associated Press

They're calling him "the lucky royal turtle" -- a rare and endangered reptile that was saved from a likely fate in a Chinese soup pot by keen-eyed wildlife officers and a microchip.

Canada Court Deals Blow to Natives Seeking Rights
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - David Ljunggren, Reuters

Canada's Supreme Court dealt two major blows Wednesday to native Indian groups who are seeking more control over large tracts of land and resources as a way of escaping grinding poverty.

Antarctic Has Strong Ecosystem, Scientists Discover
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - William Kates, Associated Press

An expansive ecosystem of knee-high mud volcanoes, snowy microbial mats and flourishing clam communities lies beneath the collapsed Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica, say researchers. The discovery made in February in a deep glacial trough in the northwestern Weddell Sea was detailed this week in Eos, the weekly newspaper of the American Geophysical Union.

Let the Real Climate Debate Begin -- A Guest Commentary
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Peter H. Gleick, The Pacific Institute

The global warming debate is over — the Earth is warming because of human activities. So say 11 National Academies of Science from around the world together with virtually all of the world’s climate scientists, California Governor Schwarzenegger, and even most of major oil companies.

Let the Real Climate Debate Begin
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Peter H. Gleick, The Pacific Institute

(By Peter H. Gleick) The global warming debate is over — the Earth is warming because of human activities. So say 11 National Academies of Science from around the world together with virtually all of the world’s climate scientists, California Governor Schwarzenegger, and even most of major oil companies. And the American people, by an overwhelming majority, believe it’s time to take action. Yet the facts about the sound science of climate change have been obfuscated by a tiny band of determined, vocal, and well-funded contrarians, with oil company support, the help of political editors of scientific reports inside the White House, and now politicians meddling with independent science.

Scientists Find Antarctic Has Strong Ecosystem
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - William Kates, Associated Press

An expansive ecosystem of knee-high mud volcanoes, snowy microbial mats and flourishing clam communities lies beneath the collapsed Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica, say researchersThe discovery made in February in a deep glacial trough in the northwestern Weddell Sea was detailed this week in Eos, the weekly newspaper of the American Geophysical Union.

Arkansas Poultry Farmers Say Lawsuit over Chicken Waste Could Doom Industry
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Kelly Kurt, Associated Press

Poultry farmer Gene Pharr scoffs at the thought of chicken droppings as hazardous waste. Poultry waste spread along the Ozark Mountains has turned the region into a lush green, he says. And chickens have made this corner of Arkansas truly prosperous.

An Unlikely Alliance for Renewable Energy Plan
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Robert Minor, Chicago Tribune

In a rare show of agreement, environmentalists joined utility executives Tuesday in praising an Illinois plan to generate more electricity from renewable sources, especially the wind.

American Biofuels is Expanding its Production Facility in Bakersfield
July 21, 2005 12:00 AM - ENN

American Biofuels, which is 35% owned by Green Star Products, Inc., announced today its decision to expand its biodiesel production facility in Bakersfield, California, to 10-million gallons per year before the end of 2005.

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