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California Greenhouse Emissions Up 14 Percent 1990-2004

California's polluting greenhouse gas emissions rose more than 14 percent between 1990 and 2004, a report issued this week by the California Energy Commission showed. >> Read the Full Article

Boy Gets Rare Shot of California Condor

A 5-year-old boy has taken a photograph of what experts say may be the first California condor to fly in Topanga Canyon's skies in more than a century. >> Read the Full Article

Dutch Rescuers Try to Save Horse Herd Threatened by High Water

Rescue workers struggled Thursday to save a herd of 100 horses stranded for days on a tiny knoll after a fierce storm turned their pasture into an angry sea. >> Read the Full Article

Indian PM Slams Ozone Pact over Trade Sanctions

India's prime minister on Thursday criticised an international pact that aims to protect the ozone layer, saying its inclusion of trade sanctions could hurt economic growth and efforts to eradicate poverty. >> Read the Full Article

UK's Blair Pushes to Speed up Climate Change Talks

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, armed with evidence of the disastrous impact of ignoring climate change, will talk to Germany's leader on Friday about speeding up a drive for a new international pact against global warming. >> Read the Full Article

Ocean Fish, Seafood Could Collapse by 2048

The world's fish and seafood populations will collapse by 2048 if current trends in habitat destruction and overfishing continue, resulting in less food for humans, researchers said Thursday. >> Read the Full Article

U.S. Pesticide Stockpile Under Scrutiny at World Ozone Meeting in India

President George W. Bush's administration is seeking world permission to produce thousands of tons of a pesticide that an international treaty banned nearly two years ago, even though U.S. companies already have huge stockpiles of the chemical. >> Read the Full Article

ENN Weekly: October 30th - November 3rd

ENN rounds up the most important and compelling environmental news stories of the week. In the news October 30th - November 3rd: The environment vote, a possible seafood collapse, suppressed climate change research, large coral in peril, and much more. >> Read the Full Article

October 30th - November 3rd

ENN rounds up the most important and compelling environmental news stories of the week. In the news October 30th - November 3rd: The environment vote, a possible seafood collapse, suppressed climate change research, large coral in peril, and much more. >> Read the Full Article

Groups Want Forest Rules Overturned

Environmentalists asked a federal judge Wednesday to overturn the Bush administration's rules for managing the country's 155 national forests, arguing that the regulations illegally weaken protections for wilderness and wildlife. >> Read the Full Article