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EarthNews Radio: Environmentally Sensitive Banking

Are you looking for a place that will bring a return on your money, but will help the environment as well? There is a bank where you can do just that. >> Read the Full Article

Roosters No Longer Crow in Romanian Delta Village

Roosters no longer crow in the Romanian Danube delta village of Ceamurlia de Jos, where tens of thousands of birds have been culled on small poultry farms to contain an outbreak of deadly bird flu. >> Read the Full Article

Planet Sees Warmest September on Record

Worldwide, it was the warmest September on record, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Friday. >> Read the Full Article

Environmental Group Greenpeace Says Wind Could Help Power China's Guangdong Province

The environmental group Greenpeace on Monday urged China to use more wind power to cut down on severe pollution and to meet a surging demand for power in Guangdong -- one of the nation's most industrialized provinces. >> Read the Full Article

Bill To Prevent Invasive Species Languishes in Congress

Legislation aimed at preventing foreign fish, clams and marine creatures from entering the Great Lakes in oceangoing ships is languishing in Congress while the shipping industry pushes a less restrictive bill. >> Read the Full Article

For Mountain People, Moss Is a Cash Crop

Deep in the forest, miles from anything resembling a town, even logging roads and rutted four-wheeler paths dissolve. That's when J.P. Anderson gears down his battered Suzuki Samurai, crashing up the side of a mountain with bone-rattling force. >> Read the Full Article

National Zoo's Panda Cub Takes First Steps

The National Zoo's 3-month-old giant panda cub put his best paw forward Wednesday and took his first full steps. Until then, the animal had only pulled himself around on his front legs, said chief veterinarian Suzan Murray. >> Read the Full Article

Scientists in Nordic Region Call on Governments To Act against Global Warming

A report commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers on Friday urged the region's governments to take joint action against global warming. >> Read the Full Article

Invasive Plant Found in Alaska

An invasive plant that could overrun wetlands such as Potter Marsh and block salmon runs on the Kenai Peninsula has been found growing wild in Anchorage for the first time. >> Read the Full Article

National Recycling Coalition Honors Starbucks Coffee Company for its Leadership in Recycling

The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) will present its Eighth Annual "Recycling Works" Recognition Award to Starbucks Coffee Company during a gala celebration in Washington, D.C., on January 24, 2006. >> Read the Full Article