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Huge Cavity in Antarctic Glacier Signals Rapid Decay

A gigantic cavity - two-thirds the area of Manhattan and almost 1,000 feet (300 meters) tall - growing at the bottom of Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica is one of several disturbing discoveries reported in a new NASA-led study of the disintegrating glacier.

Robert Paul ReyesWe Must Consider Unusual Ways To Conserve Energy - It`s important to realize that there are no short-term solutions, there is nothing Congress or the president can do that will give consumers immediate relief.
SOP newswireClimate Change Bill blocked by US Senate - Opponents, including U.S. President George Bush, said the measure would bring $6 trillion in new costs to the economy and put U.S. businesses at a disadvantage with foreign competitors.
SOP newswire2 Tonkawa Tribe Gets $60,000 Award From EPA - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $60,000 to the Tonkawa Tribe`s Water Pollution Control
SOP newswire2Fort Wayne, Indiana agrees to make $250 million in improvements to sewer system - The City of Fort Wayne, Ind., has agreed to make an estimated $250 million worth of improvements to resolve longstanding problems with overflows from its sewer system, the Justice Department
Texas Fish and GameBook Says Pintail Problems Multi-dimensional - A new book by award-winning outdoor writer Chester Moore explains that problems with pintails are multi-faceted.
Texas Fish and GameGators in the Crosshairs, and Bears in Texas - The September issue of Texas Fish & Game magazine carries reports on several controversies involving alligators, and features a story of a black bear captured on video...
SOP newswireG8 seeks long-term plan by 2010 to replace Kyoto Protocol - Washington " Leaders of the Group of Eight (G8) countries have agreed on an accelerated process that eventually can lead to
SOP newswireEPA Hearings on California Air Resources Board's Request for Waiver - Washington, D.C. EPA will hold hearings in Arlington, VA on May 22 and Sacramento, CA on May 30, to provide additional opportunity for the public to participate in a comment period regarding California Air Resources
SOP newswireAsbestos Removal Technology Looking Good Says EPA Study - The Environmental Protection Agency today announced the release of a draft report that evaluates an alternative demolition process for buildings containing asbestos. Scientists and engineers from EPA"s National Risk Management Research
SOP newswireAsian Development Bank Joins Methane to Markets Partnership - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the Asian Development Bank has joined the international Methane to Markets Partnership. Manila-based ADB will provide expertise and knowledge on implementing and financing full-scale projects. ADB has extensive experience with
SOP newswireHartford's St. Paul Travelers Campus Achieves ENERGY STAR Designation - One of Hartford"s prominent insurance company facilities is now also noted as a cross-country symbol of energy efficiency. St. Paul Travelers" two largest campuses " in Hartford, Conn., and St. Paul, Minn. " have been awarded the ENERGY STAR label for demonstrating superior energy performance.
SOP newswireMake School Environments Healthier - PHILADELPHIA " For parents, grandparents, and caregivers every day involves looking out for a child"s health. Each year October is set
SOP newswireU.S. EPA announces $82 million sewage system agreement with city of San Diego - SAN FRANCISCO " The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today an $82 million consent decree with the city of San Diego,
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