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Embattled Zimbabwe Farmers Find New Africa Fields

White Zimbabwean farmers driven from their land are setting up again elsewhere in Africa, saying they are revolutionizing farming where they settle -- but some locals are already beginning to resent the new arrivals. >> Read the Full Article

Female Owl Goes on 150-Mile Trek for Mate

A female ferruginous pygmy owl took a 150-mile crisscross trek across the Sonoran Desert to search for a mate, a journey about seven times longer than any previously recorded by state researchers monitoring the endangered birds. >> Read the Full Article

Ministers from 20 Countries Meet in London to Discuss Climate Change

The United States repeated its objection to the Kyoto climate change treaty Tuesday, as ministers from 20 countries gathered in London for a conference on global warming. >> Read the Full Article

Smog-Busting Inventors Get Nation's Highest Technology Award

Three scientists who helped this car-crazy world breathe a whole lot easier have been given the nation's highest technology award. >> Read the Full Article

Whaling Moratorium Likely to Be Dumped, New Zealand Official Warns

The 1986 international moratorium on commercial whaling is likely to be rescinded in the next few years, New Zealand's commissioner to the International Whaling Commission has warned. >> Read the Full Article

Photos Show Climate Change as Ministers Meet in UK

A photo of Mount Kilimanjaro stripped of its snowcap for the first time in 11,000 years will be used as dramatic testimony for action against global warming as ministers from the world's biggest polluters meet on Tuesday. >> Read the Full Article

PNC Bank Takes Green Approach

PNC Bank has made integrating its business practices with environmental responsibility a top priority. >> Read the Full Article

EarthNews Radio: Car Sharing

Car sharing can help the environment, and save money. >> Read the Full Article

Canon U.S.A. Receives 2005 Energy Star Partner of the Year Award

Canon U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary of Canon Inc., has been named an Energy Star Partner of the Year -- Manufacturer for contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by designing and promoting energy-efficient products. >> Read the Full Article

EPA to Let Utilities Trade Mercury Emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency will issue a rule Tuesday to cut U.S. utilities' emissions of toxic mercury through a cap-and-trade system, The Washington Post reported in Tuesday editions. >> Read the Full Article