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Honeywell to Spend $451M Cleaning Lake in NY

The giant corporation Honeywell Inc. will spend $451 million to help clean New York's Onondaga Lake under the "Polluter Pays" principle held by federal...
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Clean Up the World Weekend Mobilizes Millions

Some 35 million volunteers from 122 countries are expected take part this weekend in rubbish-clearing efforts along coastlines and waterways across the globe as...
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Encouraging Sign for Endangered Bird

Nests of the endangered Great Indian Bustard were sighted in the Kutch region of India — after none were spotted last year — providing a ray...
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Peace Camp Grows Friendship Between Middle Eastern Kids

Hempstead, NY - If you were invited to sit down with your enemy for a cup of tea and discuss your conflicting views, would...

Thumping Headache? Try Eating Curry

Eating curry may be a better cure for headaches than aspirin, according to new research (and effective, without the negative side effects of aspirin)....
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US House Unanimous in Protecting Wilderness

In a rare uncontensious round of voting, the US House unanimously approved a group of bills Monday that would protect wide swaths of wilderness...

Girl and Her Parrots Flee Together as Refugees

A young Tamil girl fled to India with thousands of others, leaving everything behind. Everything except her two affectionate parrots. Indian officials finagled legal...
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Vitamin Angels Deliver Nutritional Shakes in Earthquake Relief

Shaklee Corporation, the number one natural nutrition company in the U.S., today announced the donation of nearly $600,000 worth of high-protein nutrition drinks — enough...

Mouse Rides Frog’s Back in Flood

This amazing and touching Reuters Photo shows a mouse riding on the back of a frog in floodwaters in the northern Indian city of...

12-Year-Old Surgeon Certain to Cure Cancer

Akrit is an incredible boy, aged 12, living in India who performed his first sugery at seven. Now he works with 76 adults on...

Blind Man Wins in Court, Bank Must Issue Checks

A blind man is celebrating after winning a legal battle with his bank to be allowed to use a cheque book. ...
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Plastic Bio Bottle is Composted into Plant Food

Belu Natural Mineral Water last week launched the UK’s first biodegradable and compostable plastic bottle. The revolutionary plastic bottle is made from corn instead...

Corporate Board Rooms Open the Doors to Green Advisors

Environmentalists Cooperate With Business, Praise Every Good Step A special collection in the New York Times Business section...
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First Test of Tsunami Warning System a Success

Close to 30 countries in the Pacific Ocean participated in the first region-wide test of a tsunami early warning system this week. The drill...

Rape Victim Awakens Pakistani Village Womens’ Rights

Mukhtar Mai is a shy Pakistani woman with such extraordinary courage that she was named Glamour's Woman of the Year, one of Asia's Heros...
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New Orleans gets $60 Million Boost from Tiny Arab Nation

New Orleans receives a big boost this week from the small Persian Gulf country of Qatar who is paying-up a large chunk of the...
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Transforming a Barren Savannah to a Tropical Rainforest: The Remarkable story of Las Graviotas

EARTH DAY SPECIAL — Imagine miles and miles of desolate savannah in South America, without a tree or bird in sight, a veritable no-man's land....
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Sri Lankans Endorse Peace Talks with Insurgents

Sri Lankans overwhelmingly elected local officials from the country's ruling party today signaling a thumbs up to President Mahinda Rajapake for his handling of...

Saving Wildlife Also Helps Reduce Poverty

A World Wildlife Fund report this week says that efforts to save pandas and tigers and gorillas can also reduce poverty and improve the...

A Sure Sign of Spring: Wild Whooping Cranes Return to Wisconsin

Among the signs of springtime these days in central Wisconsin is the arrival of wild whooping cranes on Necedah National Wildlife Refuge and along...