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Landfill's Effect on Water Supply a Concern

State environmental officials overlooked the vulnerability of Fall River's water supply when they approved the expansion of a 110-acre landfill, city leaders asserted yesterday. >> Read the Full Article

Salmon Planning Act

The Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition, Wildlife Works, and Hippoworks have joined forces to help inspire people to petition Congress to pass the Salmon Planning Act. >> Read the Full Article

Wind Energy Gains Momentum in Europe: How the Dutch Have Made it Possible

Dutch people have always lived with the forces of wind and water due to the country’s geographic orientation and direct exposure to the North Sea. >> Read the Full Article

How Green Was My Vacation?

Opportunities to travel lightly on the planet do exist, but if you start checking the environmental track record of your destinations, will you ever go? >> Read the Full Article

Great Coffee is Grounds for a Promotion

Why Buy Organic Coffee, Shade Grown Coffee, and Fair Trade Coffee? >> Read the Full Article

Why Whole Wheat is Way Better

The grain, the whole grain and nothing but the grain... >> Read the Full Article

Natural Flu Control

Once the holiday season is over, along with its hectic schedules involving too much to eat and drink but not enough sleep, we need to be especially careful not to catch the flu. >> Read the Full Article

Report: Regional Trading for Ozone Pollution a Model for Greenhouse Gas Markets

State-level action to reduce air pollution through emissions trading is working, according to a new report released by the World Resources Institute at the World Economic Forum. >> Read the Full Article

EPA, Mining Firm Cut Deal, but Some Residents are Leery

The Environmental Protection Agency and a Utah mining company have reached a $60 million settlement in the cleanup of the Eureka Mills Superfund site in Juab County. >> Read the Full Article

'Dangerous' Global Warming Possible by 2026, WWF Says

World temperatures could surge in just two decades to a threshold likely to trigger dangerous disruptions to the earth's climate, the WWF environmental group said on Sunday. >> Read the Full Article