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1-31
Confronting Empire: (speech from The World Social Forum, Brazil)
1-31
Administration to Seek Exemptions to 2005 Ban of a Pesticide
1-31
Green Party Response to Bush's State of the Union Address
1-31
Nuclear weapons and pollution linked to 65 million deaths
1-31
Australia scientist warns drought could blight 2003
1-31
All Bush Wants is Iraqi Oil, Says Mandela
1-30
I Beg to Differ: The American Emperor Has No Clothes
1-30
Senate GOP Shifts on Clean Air Bill Vote
1-30
A Windmill Builder, Tilting at the Old Ways
1-30
Once 'Stormin' Norman,' Gen. Schwarzkopf Is Skeptical About U.S. Action in Iraq
1-30
Senate GOP Shifts on Clean Air Bill Vote
1-29
January 29 Protests: The Day After Bush's State Of The Union Address
1-29
Challenging the "Consensus": A Civil Society Backgrounder to the Third World Water Forum
1-29
Bush officials addicted to power
1-29
World Social Forum Says NO! to War, Pan-American Free Trade
1-29
Report's Findings Undercut US Argument
1-29
41 Nobel Laureates Sign Against a War Without International Support
1-29
War's Bottom Line: Death
1-29
The Other State of the Union
1-29
U.S. Guilty of 'Shocking Double Standards' on Iraq - Butler
1-29
Antiwar Movement Swells, Still Searching for Its Voice: Polls show shrinking support for unilateral US invasion, as antiwar cries echo beyond the coasts.
1-28
Britain awards 11 bioenergy projects 4.2 mln stg
1-28
US wind power growth waned in 2002 - report
1-28
Scientists question Bush panel appointments
1-28
World Rebels Against America
1-28
I'm losing patience with my neighbours, Mr Bush
1-28
The Problem is Peace - War is the Solution
1-28
Hybrid Cars Are Catching On
1-28
Shock & Awe: Is Baghdad the Next Hiroshima?
1-28
Few Nations Marching to Bush's War Drums
1-27
'Ecological Meltdown': Huge Dust Cloud Threatens Asia
1-27
Day of Action:  5,000 Protest in Pittsburgh Streets Against War in Iraq
1-27
US Buys Up Iraqi Oil to Stave Off Crisis
1-27
The Human Cost: 'Does Tony Have Any Idea What the Flies are Like That Feed Off the Dead?'
1-27
The Armed Man Must Be Feared
1-27
Europe Urges Restraint, But Bush Knows Best
1-27
In Britain, War Concern Grows Into Resentment of U.S. Power
1-27
US Librarians See 'Big Brother' in Monitoring of Library Patrons Under 'USA Patriot Act'
1-27
US Could Destroy UN with War, Demirel Says
1-27
Doris "Granny D" Haddock speaking in Keene, NH on Jan. 25, 2002 (also celebrating her 93rd birthday!!)
1-27
News Analysis: Will Iraq be first test of Bush's preemption doctrine?
1-27
Serving Notice of a New U.S., Poised to Hit First and Alone
1-27
Justifying war
1-27
The president's real goal in Iraq
1-27
Concern Grows Over U.S. Need for Allies
1-27
Bush faces crucial test in days ahead: He addresses nation tomorrow It `will have to be speech of his life'
1-26
Military Power Threatens the Planet: Wisdom Hasn't Advanced with Technology
1-26
Stopping Bush
1-26
Destroying the Village to Save Weapons Manufacturers
1-26
Members of House Petition for Caution
Antiwar Protesters are Planning Another Public Relations Blitz
1-26
Globalization Foes Welcome Brazil Leader Like a Rock Star
1-26
The Nuclear Option in Iraq: The U.S. has lowered the bar for using the ultimate weapon
1-26
The man behind the curtain (Speaking of curtains, apparently the backdrop of boxes designed to represent a booming economy In Mr. Bush's Jan 23 warehouse speech was actually a painted backdrop, a faade. While a few boxes in front of Bush's podium were real, they had tape on them to cover "Made in China" labeling...)
1-25
Middle East a meeting point of escalating environmental threats
1-25
A Challenge To Bush's Policy On Climate Change: A bill sponsored by John McCain and Joe Lieberman will clash against the Bush administration's policies on climate change.
1-25
Washington DC Ozone Classed as Severe
1-25
Role Reversal: Bush Wants War, Pentagon Urges Caution
1-25
Covering the Anti-War
1-25
U.N. Experts Question Key U.S. Evidence in Iraq: Bush Evidence of Iraq 'Appetite' for Nuclear Weapons in Doubt
1-25
AEP announces cuts to make up for losses
1-24
Southeast Australia firefighters brace for weekend of extreme fires
1-24
NATO Rebuffs U.S. in Debate Over Aid for a War With Iraq
1-24
U.S. Set to Demand That Allies Agree Iraq Is Defying U.N.
1-24
French and German Leaders Jointly Oppose Iraqi War Moves
1-24
Rumsfeld attempts to apologize to Vietnam Veterans
1-24
German 2002 wind power market up 22 pct
1-24
Anti-War Movement Grows Louder, Stronger: Activists rally, cities pass peace resolutions in effort to influence policy, avert conflict.
1-24
World Opinion Moves Against Bush: Growing worldwide opposition to a war on Iraq is putting the pressure on the US administration
1-24
Lesson in Democracy
1-24
The Message from the Bush Camp: 'It's War Within Weeks': Washington now concentrating on timing: State of union address to 'turn up the heat': Blair faces nightmare scenario over war decision
1-24
Renting Cars for a Cleaner World
1-24
RWE's true colors: Rush to close water co. sale should alarm PSC, ratepayers
1-23
Don't Do It, George: By William Rivers Pitt
1-23
Private labs fake environmental tests, government finds
1-23
War is Not Inevitable: All an Attack on Iraq Will Do is Fan the Flames of Terrorism. It's Time for the Anti-War Camp to Act Decisively
1-23
The Myth of the War Economy: Markets Loathe Uncertainty and Volatility. Conflict Brings Both
1-23
Peace as a Civil Right: by U.S. Representative Dennis J. Kucinich
1-23
Energy Efficiency
1-23
NATO Blocked On Iraq Decision : France, Germany Lead Opposition to War
1-23
State officials look to improve air quality over Mammoth Cave
1-23
Allies vow to thwart American war plans
1-22
What's Next On The Chopping Block? On John Graham's Watch, Everything Goes
1-22
Going Backwards: Bush Plan Could Take Much of the Wild Out of Wilderness
1-22
Russia Military See U.S. Iraq Attack in Feb -Report
1-22
Nader Criticizes President's Handling of Iraq: Calls Bush, Other Top Republicans 'Belligerent Draft Dodgers'
1-22
European Leaders Hear Anti-War Cry -- And Listen
U.S. intervention in Iraq questioned
1-22
Columbia Is Sharply Cutting Money for Biosphere Project
1-22
The New Axle of Evil
1-22
Energy Efficiency
1-22
A Serious Protest for Peace
1-21
Oil tanker sinks off southern Spain
1-21
Old records show seas rising
1-21
UK awards grants for wave, tidal power generation
1-21
A Stirring in the Nation
1-21
US Marchers Take to Streets in Echo of 60s: As Opposition Grows, Bush's Ratings Slump
1-21
Growing Coalition Challenges Morality of SUVs
1-21
The Art of Peace : Deploying Posters And Body Paint, The Antiwarriors Take A Scattershot Approach
1-21
Enron Probes Now Focus on Tax Deals
1-21
A King Day Plea for Peace : Antiwar Message Dominates Observances at Area Churches, Rallies
1-21
Enron Probes Now Focus on Tax Deals
1-21
The Axis of Oil
1-21
Mexico's Corrupt Oil Lifeline
1-21
OPEC Complaining of High Oil Prices
1-21
Disdain: Europe sick of Bush
1-21
Anti-war group to give petition to Capito
1-20
Iraq takes practical next step
1-20
Local Anti-War Group Urges Peace
1-20
Scores rally at W.Va. Capitol
1-20
The USA Patriot Act: What Are You Reading?
1-20
Huge Protests for Peace
1-20
Americans rail against Washington war plans
1-20
Global Protest Delivers a Resounding 'No!'
1-20
Investors want US utilities to disclose emissions
1-20
U.S. Is Pressuring Industries to Cut Greenhouse Gases
1-20
US court halts plan for Mexican truck access
1-20
Proposed farm rules are a sure, but small, step forward
1-20
Bush administration report sees vast West oil, natgas reserves
1-19
Commissions solidify stances on Greenbrier Pipeline project
1-19
Environmental Chairs
1-19
This Looming War Isn't About Chemical Warheads or Human Rights: It's About Oil
1-19
The US Economy Needs Oil Like a Junkie Needs Heroin - And Iraq Will Supply Its Next Fix
1-19
Warmongering Without Representation
1-19
Protesters Gather To Oppose War  (West Virginia's own stilt-walking "Uncle Scam" in photo. Chally's photo was on CNN website and he was seen on C-Span. No Blood For Oil!)
1-19
Thousands Oppose a Rush to War; Chill Doesn't Cool Fury Over U.S. Stand on Iraq
1-19
A global cry for peace
1-19
Thousands in D.C. Protest Iraq War Plans
1-19
D.C. GATHERING LARGEST ON U.S.-IRAQ SHOWDOWN
1-19
Thousands rally against Iraqi war
1-19
In Europe and America, Peace Gets a Chance 
1-19
Tens of thousands rally against looming war in Iraq
1-19
Tragedy in forest crusade leaves environmental group grappling with price of its ideals
1-19
Spinning the Axles of Evil
1-19
Eco-groups compile manual for bird rescue
1-19
Two Months After Oil Spill, Spain Is Still Struggling to Clean Up
1-19
Shark Species Face Possible Extinction
1-19
The Law and the River
1-19
Proposal Opens More of Alaska Reserve to Oil
1-18
U.S. viewed as 'the bully on the block,' Byrd says
1-18
BUSH UNLIKELY TO HEED CALLS FOR MORE TIME
1-18
Anti - War Protests Worldwide Ahead of Key Iraq Talks
1-18
In DC: 100,000 Expected To Protest Iraq War
1-18
Ron Kovic: Peace Movement Will Be Largest Ever
1-18
Voices for Peace Growing Stronger
1-18
William Rivers Pitt, Author "War on Iraq" to: Staff / Aaron Brown CNN
1-18
War-Protest News Missing In Action
1-18
Nader: "The Pentagon Connection"
1-18
Hegemon Down
1-18
Peace March Could Be One of Biggest in Recent Memory -- Including Vietnam Era; 125 religious and peace groups join to protest anticipated war with Iraq
1-18
Oil allies sense arctic refuge victory; Drilling advocate sees best opportunity ever in Congress
1-18
U.S. May Open Oil Reserve in Alaska to Development
1-18
Alaskan Wilderness Eyed for Oil; Interior Department Weighs Expanded Drilling at National Petroleum Reserve
1-18
Energy list undercuts case by drillers; Interior report estimates oil, gas on federal lands in Rockies
1-18
Saving Wetlands
1-18
More US Western land open for oil leasing
1-18
Poisoning frogs: are people next?
1-18
Canadian seals hurt by thinning ice cover 
1-18
Judge rebukes forest service in spotted owl case
1-18
Compressed air fuels city cars
1-18
Atlantic sharks decimated by fishing, report finds
1-18
Banana Workers Get Day in Court
1-18
Long-Distance Telephone Company Commits to Renewable Power
1-18
Firms Start Trading Program for Greenhouse-Gas Emissions
1-18
Clear Skies In UK--What a difference to Bush's "Clear Skies" (that is "pollution") plan: GBP13.7 million for renewable energy for households
1-18
Mercury climbed in 2002 - 2nd hottest year ever worldwide
1-17
WTO strikes down law that gives companies fines from foreign firms
1-17
Report Finds Few Curbs on West's Oil, Gas
1-17
West grows less thrilled with drills As population changes, so do the attitudes toward energy exploration
1-17
In Beckley: Group seeks answers to world peace
1-17
Thousands expected at anti-war protests
1-17
Environmentalists To Protest Preemptive Iraq Attack Saturday Jan. 18 In San Francisco
1-17
More Than 50 Bay Area Unions Plan to be Represented in S.F.'s Anti-War Rally
1-17
MLK's Legacy Continues: Hope and Action in the Midst of War
1-17
Demand Peace: Vote in the Streets This Martin Luther King Weekend
1-17
Pollution Linked to Low Birth Weights in African-Americans
1-17
Russia delays global warming pact, may wreck deal
1-17
Byrd illegal-trade amendment in jeopardy; Law that helps U.S. steel violates rules, WTO says; Bush hints at repealing it
1-17
U.S. Court Bars Mexican Trucks Pending an Environmental Study
1-16
The United States of America Has Gone Mad
1-16
The Bushes' Empty Vision
1-16
ANWR reports called inflated
1-16
Senate GOP Renews Arctic Drilling Push
1-16
B.C. coal deal would create world's No. 2 producer
1-16
New Players on Global Warming
1-16
1-15
Arms Deals Criticized as Corporate US Welfare
1-15
The 29th Day for America?
1-15
Bush Doesn't Want Good News; The White House craves a fight with Iraq, the facts be damned
1-15
TVA to Expand Wind Power Facility
1-15
Stunt tests Britains nuclear security
1-15
Oil and Water Don't Mix
1-15
Concerns Raised Over Altered Fish
1-15
Life Bleak for Appalachian Counties
1-15
Not Building Green Is Called a Matter of Economics
1-15
Producer From U.S. Shelves Oil Sands Project in Canada
1-15
Exxon Valdez oil still harmful, U.S. studies say
1-15
Move to Close Indian Point Gathers Steam
1-15
Study: Calif. Energy Crisis Costs $45B
1-15
Close loopholes, reduce abuse
1-15
Chemical firms' future bleak, report says
1-15
Protest Groups Using Updated Tactics to Spread Antiwar Message
1-15
Developer denies hes making a killing
1-15
Global warming aggravates Australia drought
1-15
Anxiety Bubbles Beneath Support For War With Iraq
1-15
Esso's attempt to cybercensor critics in court
1-14
Cleanup: Strip mine ravages
1-14
Global warming: Evidence keeps growing
1-14
Coal truck backs into school bus, no one injured
1-14
New mayor proposes mountain top removal, payroll tax
1-14
Coal giant wants end to punishment; Reimbursements, fines, shut downs hurt, Massey says (I am tearing up, hand me the tissues!)
1-14
Mining lobbyists press on Congress (Worldwatch Institute says that the world's energy needs could be met NOW efficiency and conservation measures, coupled with currently available truly cleaner, greener energy technologies. The only thing lacking is the political will. Campaign Finance Reform anyone?)
1-14
Miner Statue In Place (Plaques not removed)
1-14
Grant awarded for power plant (Read our Lips: As long as there is mountaintop removal, there is no such thing as clean coal!)
1-14
Consumer advocate urges study of water-use issue
1-13
Coal industry safety awards handed out (By the Coal Industry)
1-13
Hopes Fade for 33 China Miners Trapped in Blast (7,000 miners died in China's coal mines in 2002. Speaking for 'Friends of Coal' ex-WVU-coach Don Nehlen said he wants West Virginia's coal operators to compete with China.)
1-13
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Why? Bush desires war (Gov. Bob Wise just told the WV Coal Association an extended war with Iraq could direct more attention to our state's coal. For some very provocative articles on why Bush wants war, click the red link just above.) 
1-13
In Kentucky: Campaign financing costly; Since public financing and spending limits are out  year, big-money contributors are in
1-13
Legal bill dispute challenges FOIA laws
1-12
U.S. May Face a Water Crisis (Instead of letting coal companies bury our streams and destroy our ground water, we should be doing everything in our power to protect West Virginia's number one natural resource--water!)
1-12
Report sees holy alliance for activists  
1-12
Coal Association Wants Bill (As one miner's wife e-mailed: "I wonder if Raney means predictability to the miners who work underground too? My husband has been working for 26 yrs and it's never been predictable.")
1-12
DEP Waits for Legislation  
1-12
Reclamation tax likely to rise, DEP chief says  
1-12
Proposal threatens water, group says
1-12
EPA to Review Clean Water Act's Scope
1-12
Coal companies destroying area
1-11
Russian Warships on Standby to Sail to Gulf
1-11
Plan: Tap Iraq's Oil
1-11
Democrats face battle in blocking ANWR drilling
1-11
Rallies to counter anti-gay message
1-11
Probe of Calif. Energy Crisis Facing Hurdles
1-11
Security Swarms Site of Old Oak 
1-11
Senate to Repeal Law Shielding Drug Giants
1-11
Leaders Promise Repeal of Provisions Hidden in Bill
1-11
Nuclear Plant Disaster Plan Is Inadequate, Report Says
1-11
Behind Threats to World's Largest Freshwater Wetland
1-11
Global warming: Smog belches from Bush administration
1-11
For Britain: Thaw in Greenland threatens new ice age
1-11
Mexican Foreign Minister Quits; Critic of Nafta Replaces Him
1-11
Rule Weakening Definition of 'Dolphin Safe' Is Delayed
1-11
U.S. Offers Plan to Exploit Natural Gas in the West
1-10
Polar bear 'extinct within 100 years'
1-10
GOP chooses Pombo to lead House Resources Committee
1-10
"Human shield" peace activists mobilise for Iraq
1-10
US anti-war organizers see last chance on Iraq
1-10
GAO to meet regulators on corporate green liability
1-10
As Alaska thaws, engineers eye strange new world
1-10
Efficient Energy Policies Best Way to Close Carbon Gap: White House's Trivial Climate Policy Fails to Cut Emissions
1-10
Toxic ammo is tested in fish areas; U.S. Navy uses depleted uranium in coast waters; activists may go to court
1-10
Clean Air Advocates Challenge Coal-fired Power Plant Expansion
1-10
Activists say U.S. computer makers pollute
1-10
Huge Cap Will Encase the Debris of Chernobyl
1-10
Oil fever casts pall over Amazon eco-paradise
1-10
US lawmaker aims to ban single-hull tankers by '05
1-10
Allegheny Energy Nears Debt Deal - WSJ
1-10
Air Pollution a Priority, Whitman Says
1-10
U.S. Hints It Will Sue EU Over Altered Crops; Complaint About Food Ban Would Go to WTO
1-10
U.S. Threatens to Act Against Europeans Over Modified Foods
1-09
Reductions Sought in Greenhouse Gases; Criticizing Bush, Senators Would Set Deadlines
1-09
McCain and Lieberman Offer Bill to Require Cuts in Gases
1-09
House GOP Softens Its Ethics Rules
1-09
Anti-green author dishonest, says scientific panel
1-09
Two Scientists Contend U.S. Suppressed Dolphin Studies
1-09
Pataki Backs Wind and Solar Power
1-09
Key Energy Services moving divisional office to Charleston
1-09
Workers Question NRC's Pledge on Safety
1-09
Stations Reject TV Ads That Connect SUVs to Terrorism
1-09
'Cowboy' coal blamed for pollution
1-09
Global warming will bring increased costs to communities
1-09
Is there time to slow down?
1-09
Natural atmospheric scrubber not in decline, study finds
1-08
Tap U.S. Innovation to Ease Global Warming
1-08
Act Now Against War
1-08
Greenpeace Gives Dow Chemical Taste of Bhopal Waste
1-08
Enron Investigators Expand Probe To California Energy Trading
1-08
Running a Bankrupt Company May Be Executives' Path to Gold
1-08
Environment and Science: Danes Rebuke a 'Skeptic'
1-08
Mason plant emissions to be reduced
1-08
Safety Concerns Nuclear Agency Workers
1-08
Billions lost due to air pollution
1-08
Air pollution may alter genes
1-08
ANWR stars align
1-08
Scientists Discover Global Warming Linked To Increase In Tropopause Height Over Past Two Decades
1-07
Nader: The Malpractice Crisis
1-07
End of Cheap Oil Poses Serious Threat to World Economy, Experts Say
1-07
The Sky is Slowly Rising, Scientists Say; Upward movement of atmospheric layer points to global warming
1-07
Bizarre Weather Ravages Africans' Crops; Some See Link To Worldwide Warming Trend
1-07
Insurers should fight to protect the environment
1-07
Warming planet shifts life north and early
1-07
Climate change hurts cod stocks: researchers
1-07
Report on Public Lands' Oil, Gas May Spur Drilling Fight
1-07
U.S. may end federal protection for one-third of small waterways
1-07
Isolated wetlands may lose protection
1-07
California Report Supports Critics of Water Diversion
1-07
EPA adds rules for large-scale animal farms
1-07
Rocket-Fuel Runoff Prompts Fears in Southwest
1-07
Maine Looks to Improve Conditions for Forestry Workers
1-07
A Nuclear Horror Story
1-07
Signs of Survival in a Frozen Forest
1-07
FDA wary of shellfish beds in N.J
1-06
George Bush's war on nature
1-06
And the State of the Union Is ... None of Your Business
1-06
Bush Accused of Civil Rights Clampdown
1-06
Crunch Time for Uncle Sam
1-06
Sunnier days for alternative energy 
1-06
Penn. refuses to join clean-air lawsuit
1-06
General Motors to Offer Hybrid Vehicles
1-06
Warm-Up for Climate Debate
1-06
California's Supply of Surplus Water Shut Off; State Must Now Find Ways to Cut Its Consumption
1-06
The Liberal Media Strike Again
1-06
EPA Decision Needs to Be Answered by the People
1-06
Australia considers one-km tall power tower
1-06
More Venezuelans Turn to Bicycles
1-06
Activists sue over relaxed tuna-label rules
1-06
Battle Over Water Threatens Trout's Future
1-05
The Hydrogen Economy; After Oil, Clean Energy From a Fuel-Cell-Driven Global Hydrogen Web
1-05
The Double Standards, Dubious Morality and Duplicity of This Fight Against Terror
1-05
Builders face huge 'flood tax' to meet cost of climate change
1-05
Whatever's happened to the weather?
1-05
California's Monarch butterflies dwindling
1-04
The Future of the Hydrogen Economy: Bright or Bleak?
1-04
Energy in 2002: a year of controversy, but some amazing innovations
1-04
Energy in 2002: problems for small generators, and new windfarms galore
1-04
My vegetarian car
1-04
Groups combine to counter Phelps message of hatred
1-04
Anti-gay church planning protests in Huntington
1-04
U.S. Trying to Save Washington Forest by Cutting It Down
1-04
Can the Courts Save Wilderness?
1-04
Water company will seek rate hike to offset costs
1-04
Easing of Small Timber Limits Proposed
1-04
Regulators' Wariness Kept a Damaged A-Plant Open
1-04
Energy-Rich Kazakhstan Is Suffering Growing Pains
1-04
India moves to curb bio-piracy
1-04
Kentucky: Brownfields deadlock
1-04
Announcing the P.U.-litzer Prizes for 2002
1-04
Chirac attacks 'oil hooligans'
1-04
Tort "Reform:" Whose Side Are You On, Mr. President?
1-04
Toyota to use eco-friendly plastic
1-03
Water is Becoming a Dangerous Drug
1-03
We Won't Be Fighting for Freedom in Iraq
1-03
Government Openness at Issue as Bush Holds Onto Records
1-03
In Australia: More clean energy in the wind 
1-03
Tinkering with clouds
1-03
Rocket Fuel Toxic Found in Lettuce
1-03
Paradise Losing in Hawaii
1-03
Study predicted return of desert to Great Plains
1-03
Life on Earth Is Feeling the Heat
1-03
Running dry: Growing water crisis