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Antarctic Ice Melts as Sea Warms but Cause Unknown

Antarctica is melting, adding to the inexorable rise in global sea levels, endangering millions of lives and whole economies, leading scientists said on Monday. But while the effect is well known after years of monitoring from land and space, the reasons for the sea warming are not. >> Read the Full Article

U.S. Weighs Wyoming Request on Wolf Status

The federal government said Monday that it will review Wyoming's request to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list after a 10-year effort to restore the predator's population. >> Read the Full Article

Report Details Non-Human Invasions on Military Properties

Military installations across the country are battling wild hogs, snakes and other trouble-making species, says a report being issued Tuesday by the National Wildlife Federation. >> Read the Full Article

San Jose Water Company Files Plan to Harvest Timber in Santa Cruz Mountains Watershed

San Jose Water Company announced on Friday that it has submitted a Non-Industrial Timber Management Plan to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. >> Read the Full Article

Casino Companies Plan To Rebuild, Possibly Reshape U.S. Gulf Coast after Hurricanes

Putting casinos on ugly barges and sticking them in the water handicapped Mississippi casinos from the start. But now that lawmakers have decided to allow casinos on solid ground after Hurricane Katrina, the area's tourist industry could be at a watershed moment. >> Read the Full Article

Dallas-Area Toyota Dealership First in Nation to Seek Green Certification

Pat Lobb Toyota of McKinney, Texas hopes to be the first car dealership in the US to be green-certified. >> Read the Full Article

Gardenburger Heads for Private Control

Gardenburger Inc., an iconic Oregon company credited with putting vegetarian burgers on menus across the country, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Friday -- two years after relocating its headquarters to California and manufacturing to Utah. >> Read the Full Article

Australia Signs Agreement To Help Guyana Improve Its National Parks

Australian officials have signed an agreement pledging to help Guyana manage its national parks and botanical gardens, state-run media reported Saturday. >> Read the Full Article

Detroit Area Clean Cities Coalition to Celebrate Nationwide Billion Gallon Petroleum Savings

The Detroit Area Clean Cities Coalition led by NextEnergy in partnership with the City of Taylor, Meijer, and DTE Energy joined Clean Cities coalitions across the country Friday, October 14, to celebrate displacing more than a billion gallons of petroleum. >> Read the Full Article

Voles Head for Oregon Vineyards, Orchards

Tiny rodents called voles that have been chewing up the grass seed crop and causing tens of millions of dollars in damage are moving into vineyards and orchards. >> Read the Full Article