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Monday May 21, 2012
In Maine, the second-largest easement in US history connects two million acres of woods, waters, and mountains: now conserved for wildlife, recreation and forestry.
Tuesday Mar 29, 2011
The Ionic Bulb will be the backdrop for luminaries from the worlds of fashion, entertainment, art, business and philanthropy who will gather at Christies New York in Rockefeller Center on March 29th to make a ’Bid to Save the Earth’.
By ADAM SCHRECK | Saturday Oct 16, 2010
Plans originally called for Masdar City to become a self-contained "carbon-neutral" community of 40,000 residents and even more commuters. Cars would be banned. Waste and water would be recycled.
By Mark Niesse | Friday Jun 11, 2010
Hawaii on Thursday began environmental planning for a project that would lay power cables along the ocean floor to connect wind farms on the gusty islands of Molokai and Lanai to electricity-hungry Honolulu.
By Alan Fram and Sharon Theimer | Monday May 10, 2010
With millions of dollars invested in campaign donations and an all-star lobbying team, BP executives could give an advanced class in how to build influence in Washington. But with millions of gallons of leaking oil bearing down on Gulf Coast beaches and bayous, they could also teach how to lose it.
By Wayne Parry | Monday May 10, 2010
Radioactive water that leaked from the nation’s oldest nuclear power plant has now reached a major underground aquifer that supplies drinking water to much of southern New Jersey, the state’s environmental chief said Friday.
Friday Oct 16, 2009
The Italian oil company Eni and Spain’s Repsol on Friday said tests have confirmed that their natural gas discovery offshore Venezuela is the largest ever in the country.
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