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EPA Limits Poisons

EPA Limits Uses of Toxic Rat Poisons
Children, Birds and Other Wildlife to Benefit

(Washington, D.C., May 29, 2008) EPA today announced a landmark decision to control sales and use of rat poisons throughout the United States. The decision is aimed at protecting children from accidental exposure

Countries Agree to Talk Over the Arctic

Diplomats from the five countries bordering the Arctic Ocean adopted a declaration on Wednesday aimed at defusing tensions over the likelihood that global warming will open northern waters to shipping, energy extraction and other activities.

The agreement, reached after a daylong meeting in

BLM imposes restrictions for grouse

BUFFALO -- Coal-bed methane development plans of more than one well per 500 acres will be shelved in certain areas of the Powder River Basin for the next two years, according to federal land regulators.

Federal officials are drawing boundaries over large blocks of areas spanning the industry's

EPA EXPERTS CAST DOUBTS ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS TRADING

Verification and Enforcement Challenges May Cripple Global Warming Strategy

Washington, DC -The principal plans Congress is considering to combat global warming may not work as intended, according to an open letter from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency specialists posted today