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Obama Defends Energy Policy

The president delivered a notably sarcastic rebuttal to his Republican presidential challengers, particularly Newt Gingrich, who has promised to bring down gas prices to $2.50 a gallon.

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O.E.C.D. Warns of Ever-Higher Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In its environmental outlook to 2050, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said urgent action was needed to replace fossil fuels, which continue to dominate global energy.

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Editorial: A Greener Approach to Runoff

The agreement between New York City and the state is a creative approach toward preventing rainfall from overwhelming the city’s waste treatment plants.

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‘Ecosanctuary’ Plans for Wild Horses Add Tourism to the Mix

A pilot project under review on privately held land in Wyoming is part of a new chapter in a strange and tangled tale that helped define the West.

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Electric Industry Runs Transformer Replacement Test

Utilities and the Department of Homeland Security have been concerned about replacing crucial electric transformers, which could be damaged in a natural disaster or in a terrorist attack.

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Green Blog: On Our Radar: The Dead Zone in the Gulf

Environmental groups say they want tougher wastewater rules to combat practices that have turned the Mississippi and the Gulf of Mexico into a “sewer.”

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New Leopard Frog Species Is Discovered in N.Y.C.

A new species of leopard frog, still unnamed, is known to exist only in the metropolitan area and was identified by its distinctive mating call and DNA testing.

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Scientist at Work Blog: The Tools of Tree-Ring Research

While studying climate variability and forest ecology in Guatemala, researchers use a Swedish-made increment borer to sample trees without harming them.

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Tracking Antarctic Krill as More Is Harvested for Omega-3 Pills

Fishing companies are increasingly drawn to the Southern Ocean, where the krill population is one of the least exploited.

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Green Blog: Weighing the Risk of Sea-Level Rise

The government has generally not been aggressive about educating Americans on the liabilities. One proposal by coastal scientists calls for pricing flood insurance at levels that reflect the true risk of coastal storms.

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