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Tsunami Silt Threatens Indian Ocean's Coral

Three months after the Indian Ocean tsunami, divers are still pulling mattresses and metal from the coral-lined bays of Thai paradise isles, although experts say overall reef damage is not that bad. >> Read the Full Article

EPA Work on Sensors for Detecting Bioterrorism Attack Faulted

Cities are not getting all the protections President Bush ordered last year to detect a biological terrorism attack, the Environmental Protection Agency's internal watchdog said Thursday. >> Read the Full Article

Week in Review: March 21st - 25th

ENN's editors summarize the most compelling environmental and sustainable economy news of the week. >> Read the Full Article

ENN Weekly: March 21st - 25th

ENN's editors summarize the most compelling environmental and sustainable economy news of the week. >> Read the Full Article

EarthNews Radio: Cow Shares

More and more people are realizing the value of drinking whole milk, and many of those people are going directly to the source to get it. >> Read the Full Article

Sumitomo Chemical to Invest $2.5 mil. in BioCarbon Fund

Sumitomo Chemical Co. said Wednesday it will invest $2.5 million in the World Bank's BioCarbon Fund by 2017 to obtain some 400,000 carbon credits, which count as greenhouse gas emission cuts. >> Read the Full Article

Hydrogen-fuel Projects Receive Funding

Backers of a statewide effort to build a hydrogen-fuel economy on Monday announced funding for three programs aimed at laying a foundation for the new industry. >> Read the Full Article

Billionaire buys 9.2 percent of Wild Oats

Wild Oats got another big boost to its stock price Thursday after a Los Angeles billionaire purchased a 9.2 percent stake.< >> Read the Full Article

Crocodile Hunter Opens a New Tiger Exhibit at His Australia Zoo

"Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin on Thursday unveiled a multimillion dollar tiger enclosure at his privately owned zoo in eastern Australia. >> Read the Full Article

Shallow Lake in Lowell, Ore., Will Have Deep Impact

Repair of Fern Ridge Dam this summer will affect farmers, boaters, businesses and animals ranging from bald eagles to pond turtles, according to a report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. >> Read the Full Article