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Green Blog: A Reminder That Science Can Override Pressure

The death of an ozone researcher brings to mind the work of Arie Jan Haagen-Smit, who did seminal work on smog. The attacks that both suffered before they were vindicated raises the question of whether climate scientists will one day be widely apprecia…

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Green Blog: On Our Radar: Leveling the Plowing Field

Even though 43 percent of the farmers in developing countries are women, agricultural development efforts sponsored by wealthy countries often fail to consider this, experts meeting in New Delhi say.

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Hospital Audit Finds Radioactive Materials Unsecured

A government official is to testify Wednesday that protection of radioactive medical materials is inadequate, with non-security personnel like physicists sometimes charged with enforcing regulations.

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Dot Earth Blog: Report Maps U.S. Risks from Rising Seas in Warming World

New work charts how greenhouse warming is raising the odds of destructive coastal flooding.

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Opinionator | Fixes: The Benefits of Bamboo

In the fight to reverse deforestation and environmental ruin in Africa, some are using a fast-growing, renewable weapon.

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Opinionator | Fixes: The Benefits of Bamboo

In the fight to reverse deforestation and environmental ruin in Africa, some are using a fast-growing, renewable weapon.

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Green Blog: New Solar Panels Blossomed Despite a Tough Year for the Industry

The amount of solar capacity installed in the United States last year was more than double the 2010 level, but a slowdown may be in the offing for because crucial tax incentives have expired.

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Dot Earth Blog: The Passing of F. Sherwood Rowland

Reflections on the death of F. Sherwood Rowland, a chemist who helped identify an atmospheric threat.

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Airbus and European Airlines Seek Deal on Emissions

Carriers like Lufthansa and British Airways warned the European Union that its aviation carbon limits could lead to retaliation from foreign airlines.

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Stalled Clean Energy Loan Program Feels Solyndra’s Chill

Some companies contend that federal loans for developing fuel-efficient cars have dried up because of a political firestorm that followed the bankruptcy last year of the solar panel company Solyndra.

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