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Scientists Work on Map of Climate Change

Scientists in Antarctica spent Christmas Day finishing work that may show the effects of global warming -- drilling for clues about how massive ice sheets responded to past temperature changes. >> Read the Full Article

ENN Weekly: December 25th - 29th

ENN rounds up the most important and compelling environmental news stories of the week. In the news December 25th - 29th: Threatened polar bears, cloned food, ocean temperatures, simple ways to "go green" in 2007, and much more. >> Read the Full Article

December 25th - 29th

ENN rounds up the most important and compelling environmental news stories of the week. In the news December 25th - 29th: Threatened polar bears, cloned food, ocean temperatures, simple ways to "go green" in 2007, and much more. >> Read the Full Article

Red Cross Official: Pipeline Leak in Lagos Neighborhood

Fuel was leaking from a pipeline in a poor Lagos neighborhood Thursday, but the Red Cross said its earlier report of an explosion was mistaken. >> Read the Full Article

Government Sees Polar Bears As 'Threatened'

Polar bears are in jeopardy and need stronger government protection because of melting Arctic sea ice related to global warming, the Bush administration said Wednesday. >> Read the Full Article

Oil Industry Blamed for Polluting India's Assam

Oil companies in India's northeastern state of Assam are responsible for polluting rivers and destroying rainforests and have been told to clean up their act or face closure, authorities said on Thursday. >> Read the Full Article

Thailand Tree Apes Use Song As Warning

Turns out humans aren't the only primates using songs to warn of life's dangers and travails. White-handed gibbons in Thailand's forests have been found to communicate threats from predators by singing. >> Read the Full Article

China Fears Disasters, Grain Cut from Global Warming

Global warming threatens to intensify natural disasters and water shortages across China, driving down the country's food output, the Chinese government has warned, even as its seeks to tame energy consumption. >> Read the Full Article

Famed NYC Hawk Sees Bald Eagle Soar By

Pale Male, the famed red-tailed hawk of Central Park, was perched on the 22nd floor of the swank Beresford apartment building on Wednesday when the national emblem of the United States soared past, carrying a large fish in its talons. >> Read the Full Article

Norway Wants U.S. Politicians to See Warming Arctic

Norway will invite U.S. politicians to visit a group of fast-thawing Arctic islands in 2007, hoping to win converts for tougher action against global warming, its foreign minister says. >> Read the Full Article