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More tools pending for climate change 20.4.2009 Seattle Times: Top stories
The state Senate will take up legislation that has passed the House on reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. Despite disappointment in some circles over the demise of a cap-and-trade proposal, progress is at hand under difficult economic conditions.
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Green Budget 20.4.2009 BBC: Business
Will there be binding targets for cutting emissions?
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Grizzly bears spreading through yellowstone region 20.4.2009 AP National
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) -- Hunters are killing grizzly bears in record numbers around Yellowstone National Park and researchers say the once-endangered predator is expanding across the region....
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Hunters and climate change take a toll as grizzlies spread through Yellowstone region 20.4.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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As bears die, hunters and climate change blamed 20.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Hunters are killing grizzly bears in record numbers around Yellowstone National Park and researchers say the once-endangered predator is expanding across the region.
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White House and Congress dither over climate 20.4.2009 New Scientist: Living World
A bill to restrict carbon emissions in the US will be debated in a few days, but there may not be the political will to push it through ...
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Where's the remotest place on Earth? 20.4.2009 New Scientist: Living World
Getting away from it all is easier said than done, as new maps of the world's transport networks reveal ...
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Our Opinion: New hopes for environment under Democratic rule 20.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
Tuesday marks the first Earth Day in eight years that engenders hope instead of despair.
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A new wave of service 20.4.2009 SFGate: Op-Ed
All over the country, volunteering is up as laid-off workers and others coming out of retirement, many of them Baby Boomers, flock to nonprofit organizations to stay engaged while looking for new jobs. This phenomenon could be a temporary one, driven by... ...
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EPA air-quality ruling a wake-up call for state 20.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
Climate change is a global problem, but its effects will be felt regionally — with sea levels rising on the North Carolina coast and drought in Colorado, according to federal studies. ...
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Congress tackles credit cards, health care, energy 20.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
When lawmakers return to Capitol Hill this week, hammering out details of the budget passed before the spring break will be at the top of the agenda.
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What Burma Needs From President Barack Obama 20.4.2009 Washington Post: Op-Eds
When President Obama was elected, I was filled with hope that America would regain the moral standing to aid those who are impoverished and oppressed around the world. I have since rejoiced to see him reversing the most obnoxious policies of the Bush administration -- by ending torture, announcing the closure of the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay and engaging the world on climate change, to name just a few. But there is another issue on which America's moral leadership is desperately needed, and here, it must be acknowledged, President Bush was on the side of the angels: the struggle for human rights and justice in Burma. ...
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Energy bill: like finding free money 20.4.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
A proposal before Congress that would set mandatory national goals for creating energy-efficiency programs offers businesses and consumers the chance to pocket cash while creating jobs and helping ease global warming.
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1970s lifestyle protects planet 20.4.2009 BBC: Health
Getting back to the slim, trim days of the 1970s would help to cut carbon emissions and tackle climate change, researchers say.
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Health May Get Priority in Congress 20.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Lawmakers will have to choose which to make a higher priority -- overhauling the health-care system or addressing climate change. ...
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Indigenous groups hold climate summit in Alaska 20.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Indigenous people from around the world are gathering in Anchorage this week for a conference on climate change, a subject participants say disproportionately affects them though they share relatively little responsibility for it.
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Indigenous groups hold climate summit in Alaska 20.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Indigenous people from around the world are gathering in Anchorage this week for a conference on climate change, a subject participants say disproportionately affects them though they share relatively little responsibility for it.
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Chris Jordan photographs our culture of excess in hopes of changing it 20.4.2009 Seattle Times: Top stories
Seattle-based, internationally acclaimed photographer Chris Jordan has become the "it" artist of the international green movement. At a time the public is waking up to the planet's peril, Jordan's large-scale images of the vast detritus of American consumer excess seem made-to-order to dramatize the environmental story.
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A new wave of service 19.4.2009 SFGate: Op-Ed
All over the country, volunteering is up as laid-off workers and others coming out of retirement, many of them Baby Boomers, flock to nonprofit organizations to stay engaged while looking for new jobs. This phenomenon could be a temporary one, driven by... ...
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White House officials say GOP should be more constructive in policy debates in Congress 19.4.2009 Star Tribune: Politics
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