Other Nations Resist U.S. Delay in Phasing out Ozone-Damaging Chemical
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - John Heilprin, Associated Press
U.S. farmers who grow tomatoes and strawberries might have to cut back more than they planned on the use of an ozone-depleting pesticide.
Wood County, W.Va., Judge Gives DuPont Deal Preliminary Approval
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - Ken Ward Jr. The Charleston Gazette, W.Va.
A circuit judge on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a more than $100 million settlement of a lawsuit that alleged DuPont poisoned drinking water supplies here with the toxic chemical C8.
Firms in San Joaquin County, Calif., Honored for Efforts to Reduce Solid Waste
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - Reed Fujii, The Record, Stockton, Calif.
State officials honored five companies doing business in San Joaquin County for outstanding efforts to reduce solid wastes.
Debate Over U.S. Food Safety Regulations on Simmer
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - David Ivanovich, Houston Chronicle
The latest scare over a suspected case of mad cow disease has reignited the fierce debate over the federal government's efforts to protect the nation's food supply.
Organic Snack-Food Entrepreneur Nell Newman Chats with Grist
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - Grist Magazine
Nell Newman's dad (Paul -- maybe you've heard of him?) was skeptical about organic foods until she tricked him into eating an all-organic Thanksgiving feast.
DuPont Settlement will Fund Study on Chemical's Impact on Human Health
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - Ken Ward Jr., The Charleston Gazette, W.Va.
Most of a $70 million cash payment from a DuPont Co. legal settlement will fund the largest-ever study of how the company's C8 chemical affects human health, according to new court filings.
Arctic Council Report Warns of Dire Consequences of Global Warming
November 24, 2004 12:00 AM - Michael Kilian and Naftali Bendavid, Chicago Tribune
The Arctic Council, a group of eight countries with Arctic territory, including the United States, is expected to issue recommendations on global warming Wednesday that will put the spotlight on a critical area where the United States is at odds with many of its allies.
Ducks Continue to Thrive in Long Island
November 23, 2004 12:00 AM - Michael Gormley, Associated Press
Before the shopping malls, before Levittown and Jones Beach, before the traffic jams on the Long Island Expressway, there were the ducks.
Clean Diesel Fuel Will Be Available, but Costly, in Alaska
November 23, 2004 12:00 AM - Tim Bradner, Alaska Journal of Commerce
Flint Hills Resources is gearing up for a $170 million modification project at its refinery at North Pole, near Fairbanks, that will produce ultra-low sulfur gasoline and diesel fuel.
Southern China's Guangdong Orders Closure of Hydropower Plants to Save Water
November 23, 2004 12:00 AM - Associated Press
More than 100 hydroelectric plants in southern China have been ordered shut to preserve water for farming amid an extended severe drought.