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Latest Environment Items
In the quest to save the endangered Florida panther, their Texas cousins were the cat's meow. Wildlife biologists moved eight female panthers from Texas _ close relatives yet genetically distinct _ into south Florida 15 years ago in hopes of boosting reproduction, and the immigration paid off.
General Motors and ABB Group will work together to develop pilot projects for re-using the batteries from the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle, examining whether the batteries may be a source for renewable energy that could improve the effectiveness of wind and solar power generation.
After several missteps, the federal government finally got it right, accurately estimating how much oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico, an independent scientific study found.
Your editorial "Hedging on global warming" (Comment & Analysis, Monday) on science adviser John Holdren's suggestion that "climate disruption" more accurately reflects the consequences of overloading the atmosphere with carbon dioxide, ignored science and history.
The Obama administration has hit a new low in race-obsessed government. The post-racial president can't even fight bedbugs without affirmative action.
On a stretch of barrier island without paved roads, the world is getting smaller each year for some of the last wild horses in the Eastern United States.
Only 24 of several dozen pilot whales stranded on a remote northern New Zealand beach survived a stormy first night ashore despite rescuers' desperate efforts to save them, officials said Thursday.
Hurricane Igor's winds strengthened as parts of the storm made landfall in eastern Canada on Tuesday. In the Pacific, a new tropical storm formed and was headed near a popular tourist area in Mexico.
A utility company preparing to build a new substation in an arid canyon southeast of Los Angeles has stumbled on a trove of animal fossils dating back 1.4 million years that researchers say will fill in blanks in Southern California's history.