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Agency Admits Using Faulty Data on Endangered Florida Panthers
March 22, 2005 12:00 AM - John Heilprin, Associated Press

Criticized by a whistle-blower, the Fish and Wildlife Service conceded Monday that it bungled some of the science used in protecting Florida's endangered panthers.

South America Wetlands May Be 'Next Everglades,' Report Says
March 22, 2005 12:00 AM - Alister Doyle, Reuters

Giant South American wetlands are under threat from farming and house building and could shrink like Florida's Everglades last century, a study by U.N. experts said on Tuesday.

Company Touts Plasma Technology to Reduce Waste, Create Alternative Fuel
March 22, 2005 12:00 AM - Paul Geary, ENN

This month ENN has told you about a number of companies that are creating alternatives to common products and services in order to enhance our environment. One company, Startech Environmental Corp., wants to solve two problems at once.

Groups Work to Save Rain Forest Palms
March 22, 2005 12:00 AM - Andrew Selsky, Associated Press

With a sprinkling of holy water, a priest blessed thousands of palm seedlings in a ceremony in Bogota's main park, sealing an unusual Palm Sunday pact between the Roman Catholic Church and environmentalists to save a critically endangered parrot.

Trash Companies Beautify their Sun Valley Properties
March 22, 2005 12:00 AM - Kerry Cavanaugh, Los Angeles Daily News

Tired of living in the shadow of smelly trash yards, community activists have pressured recycling and refuse companies to make multimillion-dollar improvements that will result in cleaner, greener businesses.

EarthNews Radio: Max Green Alchemy
March 22, 2005 12:00 AM - Paul Geary, ENN

The skin is the human body's biggest organ, and keeping the skin healthy is important.

Environmentalism Hasn’t Died -- An ENN Commentary
March 21, 2005 12:00 AM - James Quigley, Center for Sustainable Energy

When I was 13 years old my father, a clergyman, got involved in the civil rights movement. In 1964 he went south to join in the voter registration drives with a delegation from Ohio. He was called a "dirty northern liberal" among other things. One in his delegation, a Cleveland rabbi, was beaten within an inch of his life by Ku Klux Klan thugs. Later, back in Cleveland, he joined in the campaign to get Carl Stokes elected as the first African-American mayor of a large city. He was arrested in sit-ins and our family routinely received hate mail, hate phone calls and various threats. I was only a teenager but I knew this was big

Indian PM Orders Moves to Save Disappearing Tigers
March 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Terry Friel, Reuters

Alarmed by reports of a rapid fall in tiger numbers, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has ordered a police investigation and created a new taskforce to save the endangered species.

Nuclear Energy May Be Back in Vogue, UN Says
March 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Louis Charbonneau, Reuters

Expectations of a sharp rise in energy demand and the risk of climate change are pushing many countries to return to the idea of nuclear power, the head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog said on Monday.

Tsunami Victims, Iraqis Get Taste of Recycled Water Targeted for Space
March 21, 2005 12:00 AM - Jeffrey McMurray, Associated Press

There are plenty of wells in Iraq, but the dead animals dumped there when Saddam Hussein was in power have contaminated them. There are plenty of streams in southeast Asia, but the recent tsunami polluted them with salt from the ocean.

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