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<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

New Diesels Hit Streets

Remember diesel cars in the '70s and '80s? Those loud, smoky, smelly things that were hard to start on cold mornings? Meet the new diesel. >> Read the Full Article

Western Wind Energy Signs Deal with Southern California Edison

British Columbia, Canada-based Western Wind Energy announced the execution of a formal power purchase agreement with the Southern California Edison Company. >> Read the Full Article

EarthNews Radio: Sustainable Conservation

One group wants to work with companies and industries to be positive stewards of the environment, rather than sue them or create conflict with them. >> Read the Full Article

Australian Scientists Prove Less Trees, Less Rain

Australian scientists have found that deforestation along the Amazon River in South America was reducing rainfall and causing climate change in the region. >> Read the Full Article

Swiss Campaigner for Rain Forests Declared Dead, Fund Says

Missing rain forest crusader Bruno Manser was declared dead by a Swiss court Thursday, five years after he vanished in the Borneo jungle of Malaysia on his way to the Penan people he sought to protect, his organization said. >> Read the Full Article