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EU Seeks Ideas on How to Get Airlines to Pollute Less

The European Commission launched an eight-week internet discussion Friday asking individual Europeans -- and those active in aviation -- what should be done to force airlines to pollute less. >> Read the Full Article

Colombia's Beetle Breeder Thrills Museums

University student German Viasus was researching ways to speed the natural decomposition of chicken bones when he came across what has become one of Colombia's weirdest exports. >> Read the Full Article

China Close to Production of 'Safe' Genetic Rice

As early as this year, China could start commercial production of a new breed of genetically engineered rice. >> Read the Full Article

Invention Turns Waste into Fertilizer

Using technology, local businessman Loran Balvanz is proving you can put a dollar sign in front of pig waste, feathers and onion peels. >> Read the Full Article

EU Ministers Reach Deal on Agency to Manage Fisheries

European Union members clinched a deal Monday intended to protect cod and other threatened fish species from overfishing by setting up an agency to manage fisheries. >> Read the Full Article

<i>On Beyond Organic</i>: Cooking the Whole Animal

For top chefs and trend-following foodies, a menu of deep fried calf's eyes, fish sperm crepes and roast bone marrow is fast becoming the height of haute cuisine. >> Read the Full Article

Officials Sounding the Alarm on Southeast Asian Droughts

One of the worst droughts in years in Southeast Asia has raised concerns over crop losses in the region, prompting an emergency meeting in Thailand and a call from Cambodia for international assistance. >> Read the Full Article

Breaking the Oil Addiction -- An ENN Commentary

Our country is addicted to oil, and we are paying a fearful price. Our profligate use of petroleum contributes to air pollution, urban smog and global warming. >> Read the Full Article

Onondagas Claim 4,000 Square Miles of New York State, Want Environmental Cleanup

The Onondaga Indian Nation laid claim to this city and thousands more square kilometers (square miles) of upstate New York in a federal lawsuit filed Friday. >> Read the Full Article

Water Crisis Looms as Himalayan Glaciers Shrink, Environmental Group Warns

The shrinking of Himalayan glaciers could fuel an upswing in flooding in China, India and Nepal, before creating water shortages for hundreds of millions of people across the region, a leading environmental group warned Monday. >> Read the Full Article