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Honda Earns Green Automaker Award from Environmentalists

The Union of Concerned Scientists last week dubbed Honda the nation's greenest automaker in a report on car companies' environmental performance. >> Read the Full Article

Spent Nuclear Fuel Arrives at Japanese Reprocessing Plant

About 31 tons of depleted uranium was delivered to a spent nuclear fuel reprocessing plant in Rokkashomura, Aomori Prefecture, on Monday. >> Read the Full Article

Ten Things Not to Buy for Christmas

Christmas gift buyers should avoid coral jewellery, crocodile skin and Beluga caviar if they want to enjoy a guilt-free holiday season, the nature protection group World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) said on Tuesday. >> Read the Full Article

Rwanda Recovers Baby Mountain Gorilla

Police have arrested four suspected poachers and recovered a baby mountain gorilla that was stolen from its family in the forests of neighboring Congo, a spokesman said Monday. >> Read the Full Article

Maine May Act to Close Vehicle Emissions Loophole

Like most of its New England neighbors, Maine requires that all new cars meet strict emissions standards. But Maine is alone in allowing consumers to legally register new cars that produce more pollution than the state policy allows. >> Read the Full Article

Amazon Gas Heralds Changes in Brazil Rain Forest

A tower of orange flame rises above the Amazon jungle, firing the energy goals of the Brazilian government. It also gives environmentalists nightmares and heralds a dose of culture shock for the people of the rain forest. >> Read the Full Article

Saudi Government Approves Kyoto Climate Protocol

Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, gave its approval on Monday to the Kyoto protocol which aims to stem global warming, the official Saudi Press Agency said. >> Read the Full Article

Male Fish Growing Eggs Found in Potomac

Male fish that are growing eggs have been found in the Potomac River near Sharpsburg, a sign that a little-understood type of pollution is spreading downstream from West Virginia, a federal scientist says. >> Read the Full Article

Chinese Fish to Clean Up Kashmir's Famed Dal Lake

For years men and machines have toiled to clean up Kashmir's mirror-calm Dal Lake to remove choking weeds, lily pads and other water plants that have tarnished the image of the famed tourist attraction. >> Read the Full Article

For Give and For Get: Hints for Green Buying and Living

The plain truth is that Americans love to consume, and we do it with more abandon than ever during the holiday season. Nearly a quarter of all retail goods move out of stores and into homes between Thanksgiving and Christmas. >> Read the Full Article