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UM conservation biology symposium speaker urges accounting for pollution

October 21, 2010

The topic of climate change often drives a wedge between advocates of business and the environment.

Judge tells Interior to clarify polar bear status

October 21, 2010

A federal judge is ordering the Obama administration to review whether polar bears, at risk because of global warming, are endangered under federal law.

Global warming endangers rare Glacier stonefly

October 21, 2010

Along with the polar bear, Glacier National Park's vanishing ice masses have long been the most startling example of climate change's devastating environmental effects.

BLM greenlights Desolation Road gas wells in Wyoming

October 21, 2010

A plan for two exploratory wells near the environmentally sensitive Adobe Town southwest of Wamsutter is in compliance with federal regulation, according to the Wyoming Bureau of Land Management.

House Democrats Speak Out Against Mountain Top Removal

October 17, 2010

Fifty House Democrats have joined together to support of new mining regulations that rein in mountain top removal mining.

The letter was sent to EPA administrator Lisa P. Jackson just days after the State of West Virginia ...

E.P.A. to Revoke Mining Permit

October 15, 2010

The Environmental Protection Agency said Friday that it was following through with its year-old plan to revoke a crucial permit for West Virginia's largest mountaintop removal mine, saying the operation would cause irreversible damage to the environment and wildlife.

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