e360 digest

01 Jul 2015: Church of England Divests from Oil Firm Exploring Virunga National Park

01 Jul 2015: Interview: How an Indian Politician Became an Environmental Hawk

30 Jun 2015: Residential Solar Panels Are Net Win for Utility Companies, Analysis Says

29 Jun 2015: Rain Harvesting Could Provide Major Economic Benefit in India, Study Finds

26 Jun 2015: Fuels from Canadian Oil Sands Have Larger Carbon Footprint, Analysis Says

25 Jun 2015: Photo Gallery: Scenes From The Golden Age of Animal Tracking

24 Jun 2015: Global Fine Particle Pollution On the Rise Despite Regional Improvements

23 Jun 2015: Linking Disasters to Climate Makes Skeptics Less Likely to Donate

22 Jun 2015: Researchers Look to Design of Owl Wings to Make Quieter Wind Turbines

19 Jun 2015: Jet Contrails Can Affect Air Temperature in Some Areas, Study Shows

18 Jun 2015: Pope Calls for Global Action on Climate Change and Environmental Problems

17 Jun 2015: Harnessing Evaporation Could Yield More Power than Wind, Study Shows

17 Jun 2015: Interview: Is Cloning Mammoths Science Fiction or Conservation?

16 Jun 2015: Human Data Can Improve Ecosystem Service Models, Study Says

15 Jun 2015: Biodiversity Limits Parasites In Humans, Wildlife, and Plants, Study Says

12 Jun 2015: National Renewable Energy Targets Quadrupled Since 2005, Study Says

11 Jun 2015: Deep Sea Coral Canyons off Atlantic Coast to Gain Fishing Protections

10 Jun 2015: Jet Fuel from Sugarcane Cuts Aviation Carbon Emissions, Study Says

09 Jun 2015: Record Level of Residential Solar Installed in U.S. in First Quarter of 2015

08 Jun 2015: Reforming Mobile Phone Industry Helps Profits and Environment, Study Says

05 Jun 2015: Huge Pension Fund in Norway Will Divest Many of Its Coal Holdings

04 Jun 2015: Seven Tiny Frog Species Are Discovered in Brazilian Forest

03 Jun 2015: Interview: At Sierra Club, New Face At Helm of Oldest U.S. Green Group

02 Jun 2015: Pollution From Carbon Monoxide Has Fallen Steadily Since 2000, Data Show

01 Jun 2015: Six Major Fossil Fuel Companies Call for Governments to Set Carbon Price

29 May 2015: Ozone Benefits of Montreal Protocol Already Widespread, Study Says

28 May 2015: Designed for the Future: Practical Ideas for Sustainability

27 May 2015: Power Plant Emissions to Drop To 1980s Levels Under U.S. Clean Power Plan

26 May 2015: Officials Uncover “Mass Graves” Of Illegal Timber in Malaysia Forest Reserve

22 May 2015: Many Trees in Southeast U.S. Closely Related to Tree Species in Asia

21 May 2015: Interview: A Grassroots Effort to Save Africa’s Most Endangered Ape

20 May 2015: Many Wind Turbines Installed In Critical Bird Habitat, Group Says

19 May 2015: Maps Depict China's Coasts Under Scenario of Dramatic Sea Level Rise

18 May 2015: Low Snowpack Raising Drought Concerns in Oregon and Washington

15 May 2015: Indonesia Extends Major Logging Moratorium, Which Critics Decry as Weak

14 May 2015: Biologically Inspired Coating Will Improve Solar Panels, Researchers Say

14 May 2015: A Remarkable Recovery for The Oysters of Chesapeake Bay

13 May 2015: Car Travel Is Six Times More Expensive Than Bicycling, Study Finds

12 May 2015: Unique Stretch Marks Show Greenland Ice Accelerating Toward Sea

11 May 2015: Research Charts Increase In Algal Blooms in the Chesapeake Bay

08 May 2015: Idle Electronics and Appliances Waste $19 Billion Annually, Study Says

07 May 2015: Ethanol Refineries May Emit More Smog-Forming Compounds Than Expected

06 May 2015: Backyard Bird Feeders May Put Native Species at a Disadvantage, Study Says

05 May 2015: Pollen May Play Surprising Role in Climate and Cloud Formation

04 May 2015: First Nations and B.C. Set North America's Largest Ocean Protections

01 May 2015: One in Six Species Facing Extinction in Current Climate Trajectory

30 Apr 2015: Volcanic Eruption in Chile Could Have an Effect on Climate, NASA Data Show

30 Apr 2015: Interview: How British Columbia Gained by Putting Price on Carbon

29 Apr 2015: California Governor Orders Tough New Greenhouse Gas Emissions Target

28 Apr 2015: World Is Poised for Major Surge in Air Conditioner Use, Research Finds

27 Apr 2015: Oceans Are the World's Seventh Largest Economy, New Report Says

24 Apr 2015: Long-Term CO2 Record by Keeling Named National Historic Chemical Landmark

23 Apr 2015: Interview: Oklahoma’s Clear Link Between Earthquakes and Energy

22 Apr 2015: Yale Plans to Charge University Departments for Their Carbon Emissions

21 Apr 2015: Australia Could Attain 100 Percent Renewables by 2050, Study Says

20 Apr 2015: Record Amount of E-Waste Generated Globally in 2014, Report Finds

17 Apr 2015: New Mapping Tool Could Lower Cost of Finding Geothermal Energy

16 Apr 2015: Researchers Discover New Source of Methane in the Arctic Ocean

16 Apr 2015: Interview: For Buddhist Leader, Religion and Environment Are One

15 Apr 2015: Entries Invited for e360 Contest For Best Environmental Videos

15 Apr 2015: Japan Emissions Hit Near-Record High After Nuclear Power Plant Closings

14 Apr 2015: Canada Could Lose 70 Percent Of Glaciers by End of Century, Study Finds

13 Apr 2015: Public Transportation Spending Varies With Income and Geography in the U.S.

13 Apr 2015: Canine Conservation: Using Dogs In War Against Poachers in Kenya

10 Apr 2015: Coal Power Plant Closings To Spur Large CO2 Cut in U.S. in 2015

09 Apr 2015: Melting Arctic Permafrost To Cause Massive but Gradual CO2 Release

08 Apr 2015: Clay Shows Promise in Capturing CO2 from Power Plants

07 Apr 2015: Nationwide Vehicle Emissions Database Could Help Cities Curb CO2

06 Apr 2015: Millions of Acres of Grasslands Cleared For Biofuel Crops, Study Finds

02 Apr 2015: Complexity of Ocean Heating and Circulation Shown in Vibrant Simulation

01 Apr 2015: Curbing Global Warming Aligns With U.S. Christians' Beliefs, Survey Finds

31 Mar 2015: Major Wildlife Impacts Still Felt 5 Years After Gulf Oil Spill

31 Mar 2015: Natural Filters: Mussels Deployed To Clean Up Polluted Waterways

30 Mar 2015: Warming Winters Not Main Cause of Pine Beetle Outbreaks, Study Says

27 Mar 2015: Metals Used in High Tech Are Becoming Harder to Find, Study Says

26 Mar 2015: Pollution May Trigger Heath Problems in Deep-Water Fish, Study Says

26 Mar 2015: Interview: Why This Tea Partyer Is Seeing Green on Solar Energy

25 Mar 2015: Dutch Energy Company Heats Homes With Custom-Built Computer Servers

24 Mar 2015: Extreme Forest Fragmentation Documented in Comprehensive New Study

23 Mar 2015: Back from the Brink: Success Stories Of the U.S. Endangered Species Act

20 Mar 2015: Glacial Melt and Precipitation Create Massive Runoff in Gulf of Alaska

19 Mar 2015: Electric Vehicles Keep Cities Cooler than Gas-Powered Cars, Study Says

18 Mar 2015: Biodegradable Plastics Are as Persistent as Regular Plastics, Study Finds

17 Mar 2015: California Could Install Ample Solar Power Without Damaging Habitats

16 Mar 2015: El Niño and La Niña Can Predict Severity of Tornado Season, Study Says

13 Mar 2015: Obama Administration Doubles Size of Key California Marine Sanctuaries

12 Mar 2015: Bubbling From Melting Glaciers Makes Fjords Noisiest Places in Oceans

11 Mar 2015: Warming To Sharply Increase For Remainder of 21st Century, Paper Says

10 Mar 2015: Solar and Wind on Track to Dominate New U.S. Power Capacity in 2015

09 Mar 2015: Blue Crabs Are Moving Into Gulf of Maine's Warming Waters, Study Says

09 Mar 2015: Interview: What Lies Behind the Surge of Deforestation in Amazon

06 Mar 2015: Los Angeles City Council Says Vegetables Can Be Grown Along Sidewalks

05 Mar 2015: Shifting to Electric Power From Oil Not Always the Greener Choice

04 Mar 2015: Hurricanes Help Spread Invasive Marine Species, Researchers Find

03 Mar 2015: Photographs of Amazon Forest Added to Google Street View Collection

03 Mar 2015: Interview: How Climate Change Helped Lead to Conflict in Syria

02 Mar 2015: Emperor Penguins Had Few Refuges During Last Ice Age, Study Finds

27 Feb 2015: Growing Risks to India's Water Supply Mapped With New Online Tool

26 Feb 2015: Heat-Trapping Effects of CO2 Measured in Nature for First Time

25 Feb 2015: Global Pesticide Map Shows Large Areas of High Water Pollution Risk


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