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<p>Officials in Africa have approved a plan to plant a "wall of trees" across the continent to prevent the southward spread of the Sahara desert due to winds and drought.</p>
Jul 10, 2008   Environmental News Network
The Department of Energy is moving radioactive waste farther from the banks of the Colorado River in Utah, where it has been temporarily stored.
Aug 1, 2005   Environmental News Network
A prominent environmentalists asks why Americans have such a fascination with owning things -- including the past.
Jun 20, 2005   Environmental News Network
The U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting names the nation's most liveable large and small cities.
Jun 14, 2005   Environmental News Network
Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano is the state's most popular tourist attractions, but also by far the state's worst source of air pollution.
May 18, 2005   Environmental News Network
Thirty-four shuttered military bases remain the nation's worst toxic waste sites despite billions spent on cleanup.
May 15, 2005   Environmental News Network
Developers of a new urbanist community in western Wilsonville, Oregon want to ask its future residents how much they are willing to pay for using green technologies.
Mar 20, 2005   Environmental News Network
Advances in Hybrid Car and Wind Power Technologies Could Dramatically Reduce America's Oil Consumption.
Feb 2, 2005   Environmental News Network
Megacities are especially prone to earthquakes, floods and other natural disasters, says the U.N.'s Disaster Relief Director.
Jan 19, 2005   Environmental News Network
China's capital is in 'a state of emergency' because of air pollution.
Nov 8, 2004   Environmental News Network
Study concludes that warmer temperatures may have in part be caused by human activities.
Aug 29, 2004   Environmental News Network