Roundup Tuesday November 24, 2009

1.  Is a change in climate unstoppable?—Judy Fahys, SLT 11/23/09

2.  U professor provides alternative to climate change—Wendy Leonard, DN 11/23/09

3.  Trials in Four Corners area artifact looting cases to be set in early 2010—AP, DN 11/23/09

4.  UN says greenhouse gases reach record high in 2008—Eliane Engeler, AP, DN 11/23/09

5.  Oil shale lawsuits drag on almost a year—Dennis Webb, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel (Colorado) 11/23/09

6.  Live blog:  A Portland court date for salmon and dams—Matthew Preusch, The Oregonian 11/23/09

7.  Environmental impacts of pot growth—Tiffany Revelle, The Ukiah Daily Journal (California) 11/23/09

8.  Thousands of strange creatures found deep in sea—Cain Burdeau, AP, San Francisco Chronicle 11/23/09

9.  State plan in works to emphasize environmental education—Nicole Strittmater, The Wausau Daily Herald (Wisconsin) 11/23/09

10.  Hyatt, hospital:  Recycling food good for the environment, bottom line—Meghan Van Dyk, The Daily Record (Morristown, New Jersey) 11/23/09–hospital–Recycling-food-good-for-the-environment–bottom-line

11.  McKibben:  Small victories on climate no good— 11/23/09

12.  Copenhagen talks ready for take off:  5, 4, 3…–Geoffrey Lean, 11/23/09

13.  Capturing the massive social benefits of fuel efficiency requires regulation—Michael A. Livermore, 11/23/09

14.  Copenhagen, USA December 7:  Climate change ground zero protest—Jeff Biggers, 11/23/09

15.  EPA is not hearing objections on Carbofuran—Courthouse News Service 11/23/09

16.  Energy and the environment—The Wall Street Journal 11/23/09

17.  Obama preparing GHG limits, financing figures for Copenhagen—Darren Samuelsohn, Greenwire 11/23/09

18.  Tiny group of deep pocketed contributors fueling US Chamber’s advocacy—Anne C. Mulkern, Greenwire 11/23/09

19.  More than 60 heads of state will attend Copenhagen—Greenwire 11/23/09

20.  US will announce target for cutting carbon emissions—Richard Black, BBC News 11/23/09

21.  A vision faces an environmental test (Dominican Republic and ecotourism)—Cornelia Dean, The New York Times 11/23/09

22.  A nuclear reactor shows its age—Matthew L. Wald, The New York Times 11/23/09

23.  Chinese protesters confront police over incinerator plans in Guangzhou—Jonathan Watts and agencies, The Guardian 11/23/09

24.  From Stockholm to Copenhagen—an arduous route to tackle environmental issues—Chris Busuttil Leaver, The Malta Independent 11/23/09


25.  China, India push for ‘patent free’ green tech— 11/23/09

26.  Guv’s climate panel is mostly cloudy—Judy Fahys, SLT 11/22/09

27.  Farmington residents start recycling Nov. 30—Joseph M. Dougherty, DN 11/22/09

28.  Students, PETA protest animal testing at the University of Utah—Wendy Leonard, DN 11/22/09

29.  Bear Lake tests negative for quagga mussels—AP, DN 11/22/09

30.  Hackers leak e-mails and stoke the climate debate—David Stringer, AP, DN 11/22/09

31.  Yellowstone grizzly deaths down, future uncertain—Matthew Brown, AP, DN 11/22/09

32.  Cedar City looks for new water—Samantha Arnold, The Spectrum (St. George) 11/22/09

33.  Mainstreaming green—Kim Burgess, The Herald Journal (Logan) 11/22/09

34.  BLM issues EIS on Nevada transmission line project—Mesquite Local News (Nevada) 11/22/09

35.  Cold war legacy:  Water needs and nuclear waste in Nevada—Ralph Vartabedian, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle 11/22/09

36.  Green jobs help climate, boost social justice—Brenda Payton, San Francisco Chronicle 11/22/09

37.  It’s a bug-eat-bug solution to save hemlocks—Carolyn Y. Johnson, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle 11/22/09

38.  Environmental journal:  New report asserts R.I. CO­2 emissions soared 24 percent—P. Lord, The Providence Journal (Rhode Island) 11/22/09

39.  India challenges Western data linking climate change, Himalayan melt—Rama Lakshmi, The Washington Post 11/22/09

40.  East Antarctic ice sheet may be losing mass—Richard Black, BBC News 11/22/09

41.  Blanding man pleads guilty to making threats in artifacts case—Emiley Morgan, DN 11/21/09

42.  Salt Lake City web site offers tips on sustainability—DN 11/21/09

43.  EPA:   Uranium from polluted mine in Nevada wells—Scott Sonner, AP, DN 11/21/09

44.  Death goes green with eco-friendly burials—Dana Tims, The Oregonian 11/21/09

45.  Sheryl Crow takes up cause of wild horses in West—Martin Griffith, AP, Google News 11/21/09

46.  EPA tangles with Texas in battle over air quality—Ana Campoy, Wall Street Journal 11/21/09


47.  Study links ailments to global climate change—Jim Efstathiou Jr., Bloomberg News, The Seattle Times 11/21/09

48.  Green groups launch lawsuit over Canadian mine near Grand Canyon—Randy Boswell, Canwest News Service, 11/21/09

49.  Greek Orthodox:  Utahns learning from ‘Green Patriarch’—Peggy Fletcher Stack, SLT 11/20/09

50.  Wyoming challenges Yellowstone snowmobile rules—Ben Neary, AP, DN 11/20/09

51.  Thomas J. Graff, an expert on West Coast water use, is dead at 65—Jesse McKinley, The New York Times 11/20/09

52.  Obama admin touts health benefits of GHG curbs—Robin Bravender, Greenwire 11/20/09

53.  Top UN scientist laments US pace on emissions—Darren Samuelsohn, Greenwire 11/20/09

54.  As reactor fleet ages, engineers ask, ‘Is 80 the new 40?’—Paul Voosen, Greenwire 11/20/09

55.  Climate-gate!—Andrew Leonard, 11/20/09


56.  Hackers target leading climate research unit—BBC News 11/20/09

57.  Leonardo to host green energy event—DN 11/19/09

58.  Green jobs:  Women and minorities left out?—Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times 11/19/09


59.  World has ample oil supplies—George F. Will, Washington Post Writers Group, DN 11/22/09

60.  BLM, EPA twiddle while the mining acid burns—Editorial, The Oregonian 11/22/09


61.  DeChristopher ruling:  An evil day for justice—Rebecca Hall, Salt Lake City Human Rights Commission, SLT 11/21/09

62.  Don’t base energy policy on a few outliers—Robert Davies, SLT 11/20/09



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