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Climate Future Results Show Sweltering Britain

Britain will regularly be crippled by heatwaves and floods this century, the first results of the world's biggest climate prediction experiment show. >> Read the Full Article

House Approves Fees, Taxes on Oil Companies; Plans to Use Money for Renewable Fuels

The House rolled back billions of dollars in oil industry subsidies Thursday in what supporters hailed as a new direction in energy policy toward more renewable fuels. Critics said the action would reduce domestic oil production and increase reliance on imports. >> Read the Full Article

ENN Weekly: January 15th - 19th

ENN rounds up the most important and compelling environmental news stories of the week. In the news January 15th - 19th: The Doomsday Clock ticks on, saving the world's rarest creatures, Exxon confronts climate change, the biotech dairy debate, and much more. >> Read the Full Article

One Word: Solar

In a world where the gravest threats to the future are no longer characterized as merely an ethos, but as a planetary physical transformation, global climate change now trumps the comparatively mild worries faced by the baby boomers of the sixties. >> Read the Full Article

Scabies Infecting More Yellowstone Elk

The number of elk in the Yellowstone National Park region infected with scabies, a skin infestation caused by mites, is up this year, state wildlife officials say. The disease can be fatal. >> Read the Full Article

Villagers Chase, Kill Two Rare Leopards in India

Panic-stricken people chased and battered to death two rare leopards in different parts of India, highlighting increasing numbers of endangered wildlife that are killed as rapid economic development destroys habitats. >> Read the Full Article

Indian Ocean Shift Seen Stoking Indonesia Droughts

Indonesia and perhaps Australia risk more droughts because of shifts in Indian Ocean temperatures and stronger monsoons widely linked to global warming, scientists said on Wednesday. >> Read the Full Article

One Word: Solar -- A Guest Commentary

In a world where the gravest threats to the future are no longer characterized as merely an ethos, but as a planetary physical transformation, global climate change now trumps the comparatively mild worries faced by the baby boomers of the sixties. >> Read the Full Article

U.S. Scientists, Evangelicals Join Global Warming Fight

U.S. scientists and evangelical Christian leaders joined forces Wednesday to protect the environment from the ravages of global warming, calling on President Bush and others in power to help. >> Read the Full Article

Doomsday Clock Moves Closer to Midnight

The world is nudging closer to nuclear or environmental apocalypse, a group of prominent scientists warned Wednesday as it pushed the hand of its symbolic Doomsday Clock closer to midnight. >> Read the Full Article