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Supreme Court Rules Unanimously Against Power Plant Polluters

New Source Review Case Upholds Key Tenet of Clean Air Act
WASHINGTON (April 2, 2007) — In the second of two major environmental decisions handed down [...]

NRDC (NRDC | April 2, 2007)

Sydney, Australia’s Largest City, Turns Out Lights to Register Global Warming Concerns

The Sydney Opera House’s gleaming white-shelled roof was darkened Saturday night along with much of the rest of Australia’s largest city, which switched off the [...]

Rohan Sullivan (ABC News | April 2, 2007)

Supreme Court Rejects Bush in Global Warming Debate

Court Says Environmental Protection Agency May Determine Effect of New Car Emissions on Global Warming
For the first time in its history, the U.S. Supreme Court [...]

Jennifer Parker (ABC News | April 2, 2007)

Singapore launches first “Bring Your Own Bag Day”

SINGAPORE, April 18 (Xinhua) — Singapore on Wednesday launched the first “Bring Your Own Bag Day”, aimed to cut use of plastic bags.
At many participating [...]

CCTV ( | April 19, 2007)

Climate Change Worries Military Advisers

We’re used to hearing scientists warn us about climate change. Now a group of retired generals and admirals says global warming could provoke serious national [...]

NPR (NPR | April 18, 2007)

For Evangelicals, Global Warming is a Pro-Life Cause

Top Catholic and evangelical leaders on Monday called on Congress to pass climate change legislation, framing their pleas in the same kind of passionate biblical [...]

Coral Davenport (Congressional Quarterly | April 18, 2007)

Home Depot to Display an Environmental Label

After squabbling over prices for decades, the nation’s big-box retail chains are ready to battle in a new arena: the environment.
Home Depot today will introduce [...]

Michael Barbaro (The New York Times | April 17, 2007)

Tyson Foods and ConocoPhillips to Produce Diesel Fuel

Tyson Foods and ConocoPhillips have cooked up a new recipe for your pickup truck.
The two companies announced Monday that they were forming an alliance to [...]

Clifford Krauss (The New York Times | April 17, 2007)

Coastal areas face risks from warming

WASHINGTON — Coastal communities around New England and the rest of the United States will be “increasingly stressed” by global warming in the coming decades [...]

John Donnelly (The Boston Globe | April 17, 2007)

Bagging Eternal Plastics

Americans throw away about 100 billion plastic bags every year, mountains of plastic that can last for 1,000 years, give or take a few centuries. [...]

New York Times (The New York Times | April 16, 2007)