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Rural Montana Prepares for Major Bio Defense Lab

Montana's Bitterroot Valley, surrounded by mountains, has long offered a respite from the modern world, an area of small-town values with rivers beloved by fishermen and a thriving log cabin business. >> Read the Full Article

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Approves Viscon Additive for Texas Low Emission Diesel

GTAT California this week announced the approval of its fuel additive Viscon by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to aid in achieving that state's new emissions mandates. >> Read the Full Article

Brown Gets Greener: New Technologies Save Over 30,000 Gallons of Fuel and Reduce Emissions by 288 Metric Tons

UPS, the world's largest package delivery company, today announced it has completed the installation of technology that will significantly reduce the number of miles driven by its familiar brown package cars on Sacramento roads, subsequently reducing fuel consumption and emissions. >> Read the Full Article

EarthNews Radio: History of Cities

What is the relationship cities have to their natural world? Jerry Kay spoke with Joel Kotkin, the author of The City: A Global History >> Read the Full Article

Tons of Dead Fish Scooped from Lagoon in Rio

Cleanup crews on Friday scooped tons of dead fish from the surface of Marapendi lagoon, stagnant and polluted by sewage from high-rise apartment buildings on Rio's fashionable southwest side. >> Read the Full Article

Katrina Fuels Global Warming Storm

Hurricane Katrina has spurred debate about global warming worldwide with some environmentalists sniping at President George W. Bush for pulling out of the main U.N. plan for braking climate change. >> Read the Full Article

Bats May Have Been Source of SARS, Study Finds

Bats found in Hong Kong carry a virus very similar to the severe acute respiratory syndrome or SARS virus and might be able to spread it, Chinese researchers reported Friday. >> Read the Full Article

Scientists Find Growing Land Bulge in Oregon

A large, slow-growing volcanic bulge in Eastern Oregon is attracting the attention of seismologists who say that the rising ground could be the beginnings of a volcano or simply magma shifting underground. >> Read the Full Article

Japan Begins Offshore Research Hunt for 60 Whales off Northern Island of Hokkaido

Japanese whaling ships returned to port Friday with the first three of 60 whales they plan to catch along the nation's northern coast as they began the season's research program that opponents criticize as commercial whaling. >> Read the Full Article

European Farmers Need To Look at Ways of Cutting Greenhouse Gases, Minister Says

European farmers need to look at ways of reducing their contribution to greenhouse gases, Britain's agriculture and environment minister said Sunday after meeting with her counterparts from across Europe. >> Read the Full Article