Roundup Tuesday November 10, 2009

1.  Dinosaur bones point to mass die-off—Mike Stark, AP, Deseret News 11/9/09

2.  Feds pin salmon hopes on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration chief—Rocky Barker, The Idaho Statesman 11/9/09

3.  River gets its bend back—Jeff DeLong, Reno Gazette-Journal 11/9/09

4.  Wyoming makes argument for managing gray wolves—Matt Joyce, AP, The Denver Post 11/9/09

5.  ‘South Park’ creators build eco-friendly mansion—AP, The Denver Post 11/9/09

6.  Federal judge asked to end Yellowstone bison kills—AP, The Oregonian 11/9/09

7.  Serious Windows gets a serious look from President Obama—Ruth Mullen, The Oregonian 11/9/09

8.  Climate justice a civil rights issue [interview with Majora Carter]— 11/9/09

9.  Some utilities push congress to act on carbon emissions—Rebecca Smith, Stephen Power, The Wall Street Journal 11/9/09

10.  Senate climate battle shifts onto new turf—Darren Samuelsohn, Climatewire, the New York Times 11/9/09

11.  W Australia sea level rising fast—Phil Mercer, BBC News 11/9/09

12.  Maldives anger at climate inertia—Charles Haviland, BBC News 11/9/09

13.  Spain’s windfarms set new national record for electricity generation—Giles Tremlett, The Guardian 11/9/09

14.  Go-ahead for 10 nuclear stations—BBC News 11/9/09

15.  India ‘arrogant’ to deny global warming link to melting glaciers—Randeep Ramesh, The Guardian 11/9/09

16.  Utah scenic highway project progresses—Mark Havnes, SLT 11/8/09

17.  Longtime negotiator defends role in Snake Valley—Amy Joi O’Donoghue, Deseret News 11/8/09

18.  Y. scientists take issue with climate comments—AP, Deseret News 11/8/09

19.  Diversion rebuilt on Provo River—Sara Lenz, Deseret News 11/8/09

20.  Water wars:  Snake Valley issue not as simple as David vs. Goliath—Amy Joi O’Donoghue, Deseret News 11/7/09

21.  Environment-art mash-up a boon to open lands—The Coloradoan 11/8/09

22.  Wind farm health and environment—Jennifer Ashawasegai, Indian Country Today 11/8/09

23.  Winners and losers in water deal—Mike Taugher, Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, Ca.) 11/8/09

24.  Save the environment:  Eat red lionfish?—Elizabeth Large, The Baltimore Sun 11/8/09

25.  No clear map for Democrats on path to new energy plan—John Harwood, The New York Times 11/8/09

26.  Droughts, rising population a sad mix in Kenya—Katherine Houreld, AP, San Francisco Chronicle 11/8/09

27.  Utah snail no longer considered for federal protection—AP, Deseret News 11/7/09

28.  USU to lead geothermal-test drilling in Idaho—AP, Deseret News 11/7/09

29.  Anne Appleby’s paintings link to environment—Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle 11/7/09


30.  Boxer violates Senate rules for “cap-and-trade” bill—James Heiser, The New American 11/7/09

31.  Painting a street green hasn’t stimulated one new job—Alec MacGillis, The Washington Post 11/7/09

32.  Developed nations needed at talks to reach deal—Katy Daigle, Arthur Max, AP, San Francisco Chronicle 11/7/09

33.  Nick Smith’s poo-a-like sold—NZPA, TVNZ (New Zealand Public Television) 11/7/09

34.  Talks yield no accord on Roan leasing—Dennis Webb, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel 11/6/09

35.  National parks to offer free admission on Veterans Day—Pete Thomas, Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun 11/6/09,0,7632055.story

36.  GOP House members urge Salazar to not abandon categorical exclusions—Nick Snow, Oil & Gas Journal 11/6/09

37.  Jonathan Safran Foer’s beef with factory farms—Jessica Roy, 11/6/09


38.  Mexican environmentalists denounce beach ruling—Mark Stevenson, AP, Google-hosted News 11/7/09

39.  Studies ‘overstate species risks’—Mark Kinver, BBC News 11/6/09

40.  Energy performance of buildings directive— (EU) 11/6/09


41.  Fuss over climate change is cooling off—George F. Will, The Washington Post, Deseret News 11/8/09

42.  Clean energy bill should balance environment, security, economy—US Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, Charleston Post and Courier 11/8/09

43.  Natural gas threatens environment—Stan Cox, Columnist, Salinas, Kansas, Grand Forks Herald 11/7/09


44.  Noel’s war on climate science threatens us all—Brian Moench, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, SLT 11/6/09



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