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Mexican Park Rangers Defend Monarch Butterflies from Loggers

Last season, 22 million monarchs reached the park, an 80 percent drop from the previous year, prompting the Mexican government to set up a special police force. >> Read the Full Article

Toyota Starts Production of Hybrid Car Prius in China

Toyota Motor Corp. began producing its Prius hybrid passenger car Thursday in Changchun, Jilin Province, northeastern China, under a joint venture, the automaker said. >> Read the Full Article

Fair Trade Promotes Coffee with a Conscience Changing the World Cup by Cup

Moraga, California resident Kate McMahon launched a fair-trade coffee campaign aimed at convincing businesses and residents alike to start sipping and serving java that is purchased from coffee farmers at a fair price. >> Read the Full Article

Tire Fuel Sparks Fiery U.S. Environmental Debate

A campaign in Vermont to stop a paper mill in neighboring New York from burning scrap tires as fuel has galvanized one of the greenest U.S. states into one of its biggest environmental battles. >> Read the Full Article

Mexico Releases Cattle-Killing Jaguar into the Jungle

A jaguar captured in 2004 after killing nearly 60 cows and sheep ran to freedom in the jungles of southern Mexico on Saturday. >> Read the Full Article

Temperatures Climb as Warming Talks Stall

In the high Arctic, deep in the Atlantic, on Africa's sunbaked plains, climate scientists are seeing change unfold before their eyes. >> Read the Full Article

Norwegians, Dutch Mix Sea and River To Make Power

In a world seeking clean alternatives to fossil fuels, Dutch and Norwegian scientists believe they can help turn writer Jules Verne's prediction that "water will be the coal of the future," into reality. >> Read the Full Article

Mexican Park Rangers Defend Butterflies from Loggers

Last season, 22 million monarchs reached the park, an 80 percent drop from the previous year, prompting the Mexican government to set up a special police force. >> Read the Full Article

Tsunami's Environmental Damage Huge; Human Impact Bigger

The tsunami's environmental devastation is immense, yet experts say it pales in comparison with what humans had already managed to inflict before the giant waves struck. >> Read the Full Article

Green Groups Sue U.S. To Protect Polar Bears

Three environmental groups are suing the U.S. government to force consideration of whether polar bears are a threatened species. >> Read the Full Article