May 21, 2005, 11am PDT
Who would believe that the next big thing in renewable energy is being driven by a tenacious commercial developer with strong GOP affiliations and 25 mega-malls under his belt?
Grist Magazine
May 21, 2005, 9am PDT
A bipartisan coalition of 132 U.S. mayors are pledging to have their cities meet the Kyoto Treaty that President Bush has rejected.
The New York Times
May 20, 2005, 12pm PDT
Switzerland employs a local solution to counter the impact of global warming on Alpine glaciers.
The Times
May 18, 2005, 11am PDT
Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano is the state's most popular tourist attractions, but also by far the state's worst source of air pollution.
Environmental News Network
May 18, 2005, 8am PDT
The environmental movement makes no plans for economic development -- something that is vital for environmental growth in inner-city communities.
May 18, 2005, 5am PDT
US base closings could add to cleanup tasks despite EPA report of pollution declines.
The Christian Science Monitor
May 15, 2005, 6am PDT
Thirty-four shuttered military bases remain the nation's worst toxic waste sites despite billions spent on cleanup.
Environmental News Network
May 14, 2005, 2pm PDT
Grist Magazine revisits the 1970s eco-cult classic that gripped a nation.
Grist Magazine
May 10, 2005, 11am PDT
How long can the Santa Clara River Alliance keep the region's last 'wild' river intact?
LA Weekly
May 10, 2005, 6am PDT
The nations that have benefitted most from industrialization should accept responsiblity for those who will be displaced by climate change.
The New York Times
May 9, 2005, 2pm PDT
Neil Peirce looks at two recent books that show how to reconnect young people with the natural world.
The Seattle Times
May 9, 2005, 6am PDT
Mothers could be a potent force for environmental change.
Grist Magazine
May 8, 2005, 7am PDT
The world's largest solar power plant is planned for Portugal.
The Guardian Unlimited
May 7, 2005, 9am PDT
A new rule gives governors 18 months to propose to the Agriculture Department which national forest land should be left untouched and which should be opened for other uses.
USA Today
May 6, 2005, 10am PDT
Some of the nation's most pristine federal lands, protected by Clinton era rules, have been opened to commercial uses such as mining, logging, and road-building.
The San Francisco Chronicle
May 6, 2005, 8am PDT
A three-part special series looks at habitat plans from across the nation and explores how deals made by the federal government are pushing endangered species to extinction.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 5, 2005, 10am PDT
In the second part of a three-part series on global warming, Elizabeth Kolbert looks at the impact of climate change on sophisticated cultures in the past.
The New Yorker
May 4, 2005, 10am PDT
The American Enterprise Institute's Joel Schwartz offers his annual column explaining why ALA's 'State of the Air' report is misleading again in 2005.
Tech Central Station
May 4, 2005, 6am PDT
Bob Hunter, described as he "creative force" of Greenpeace, helped spur a global ecological movement.
The Washington Post
May 2, 2005, 8am PDT
Group of U.S. scientists say their study proves that human activities are warming the planet.
BBC News