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Feds Fine Two Biotech Companies for Seed Gaffes
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Paul Elias, Associated Press

Federal regulators recently fined two biotech companies more than $5,600 for improperly handling genetically modified crops, but said they aren't investigating the University of California, Davis for its role in unknowingly shipping engineered tomato seeds to researchers around the world.

Reawakened Mount St. Helens is Washington State's New Top Polluter
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Associated Press

Washington state's top polluter isn't a pulp mill, a power plant or refinery. It's the newly awakened Mount St. Helens.

Carbon to Blame for Pollution Heart Damage, Study Says
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Maggie Fox, Reuters

Air pollution clearly causes immediate damage to the heart, including heart attacks, but its short-term effects on asthma and other respiratory symptoms are harder to document, U.S. researchers said Wednesday.

Southern Chinese Province Must Curb Car Use to Reduce Pollution in Hong Kong, Environmental Chief Says
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Associated Press

Authorities must control the growing number of cars in China's southern province of Guangdong to reduce air pollution in neighboring Hong Kong, the territory's environmental secretary said Thursday.

Brazil Amazon Deforestation Jumps, Data Shows
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Axel Bugge, Reuters

An area of Amazon jungle larger than the U.S. state of New Jersey has been destroyed this year and work on a new highway is mainly to blame, environmental group Friends of the Earth and the government said Wednesday.

ENN Publisher Jerry Kay Chats with Joe Sibilia, Founder and CEO of Meadowbrook Lane Capital, and CEO of CSR Newswire
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - ENN Radio

Joe Sibilia is founder and current CEO of Meadowbrook Lane Capital, a self-described socially responsible/sustainable investment bank specializing in turning values into valuation.

Language in Spending Bill Raises Concern about Gas Terminal Approvals
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Josef Hebert, Associated Press

A provision slipped with little notice into a massive spending bill may help the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission overcome local and state opposition in the approval of liquefied natural gas import terminals.

Groups Alarmed Over Delta Water Plan
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Don Thompson, Associated Press

A proposed change in how the federal government measures water for fish in the Sacramento-San Joaquin river delta has environmental groups alarmed and California officials concerned about potential harm to wildlife habitat.

Ancient Angola Elephant Route to be Demined
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Ed Stoddard, Reuters

An ancient but now lethal migration route for elephants is to be demined in Angola, paving the way for swelling herds in neighbouring Botswana and Zambia to expand their range, the United Nations said on Thursday.

Homing Pigeons Sense Magnetic Fields, and Other Stories
December 2, 2004 12:00 AM - Kathleen M. Wong, California Academy of Sciences

Homing pigeons can read the Earth's magnetic field, an ability that may help them find their way back to the roost. The findings, by Cordula Mora and colleagues at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, bolster the idea that the birds can map their locations by sensing subtle variations in the planet's magnetic fields, much the way people read map coordinates.

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