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Environmental Explorer Goes Global

Posted: 07/29/2008 - After traveling around the Arctic Circle alone, walking across South America, venturing through African war zones and hiking deep into the Amazon, Borneo and Sumatra jungles, Mike Horn is ready to embark on his most ambitious project yet.

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It's Not Easy Being Green

Posted: 07/29/2008 - You might want to go green, but how do you know what you're buying is truly ethical?

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Saving Whales From Deadly Ship Collisions

Posted: 07/29/2008 - Marine scientists say several right whales are struck and killed each year by commercial ships passing through their feeding grounds.

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Rare Fossil Discovered In Antarctic

Posted: 07/29/2008 - A new fossil discovery provides evidence that the Antarctic continent was once much warmer than today and may have been able to sustain life.

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EPA Employees Face 'Gag Order'

Posted: 07/29/2008 - The Environmental Protection Agency has an image problem. Depending on your point of view, it's either the heavy hand of government, with onerous regulations; or it's the lowly minion of the Bush Administration, watering down laws that were meant to protect you.

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Heat Advisory In Effect

Posted: 07/29/2008 - The warm temperatures and high humidity have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory.

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Air Quality Outlook

Posted: 07/29/2008 - Here is the national air quality outlook for Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Wildfire Threatens Homes and Vacations In Yosemite

Posted: 07/29/2008 - Visitors to Yosemite National Park weighed whether to cut their vacations short Tuesday as a destructive wildfire raging miles from the famed wilderness threatened thousands of homes and left evacuees stranded.

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The Nation's Weather

Posted: 07/29/2008 - Here is Tuesday morning's national weather summary.

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Hurricane Dolly May Have Shrunk Gulf 'Dead Zone'

Posted: 07/28/2008 - The oxygen-starved "dead zone" that forms every summer in the Gulf of Mexico is a bit smaller than predicted this year because Hurricane Dolly stirred up the water, a scientist reported Monday.

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6.1 Quake Shakes Eastern Solomon Islands

Posted: 07/28/2008 - A sharp, magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook the eastern Solomon Islands on Tuesday morning, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injury.

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Friday's Remote Solar Eclipse Will Be On Internet

Posted: 07/28/2008 - A total solar eclipse will darken some of Earth's skies on Friday, but geography, weather, the economy and even the Olympics are combining to make it a hard and expensive for people to see it.

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Scientists Aim Camera At Fossilized Dino Tracks

Posted: 07/28/2008 - Scientists trying to learn more about dinosaurs are snapping aerial photos of tracks left behind millions of years ago near southern Utah's Coral Pink Sand Dunes.

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Virgin Galactic Shows Off Mothership Aircraft

Posted: 07/28/2008 - The space tourism race marked a milestone Monday as British mogul Sir Richard Branson and American aerospace designer Burt Rutan waved to a crowd from inside the cabin of an exotic jet that will carry a passenger spaceship to launch altitude.

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Body Found In Debris From N.M. Flooding

Posted: 07/28/2008 - Rescuers used pulleys Monday to help stranded residents and campers cross a rushing river where the body of a man reported missing in flash flooding was found near a bridge in a thicket of debris.

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