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Stranded Antarctic Ships Break Free Of Ice, Heading To Open Sea

A Russian research vessel and Chinese icebreaker stranded in Antarctica have broken free from the heavy ice that gripped them and are ... tags: Australian_Maritime_Safety_AuthorityEnvironment_News

U.S. Breaker To Help Russian, Chinese Ships Stuck In Antarctic Ice

The Coast Guard announced Saturday that the United States is sending a heavy icebreaker to help free a Russian ship and a Chinese ... tags: Environment_NewsKapitan_KhlebnikovUnited_States

Florida Mangrove Forest Grows Further North This Winter

The state of Florida hasnt experienced a freeze this winter, and the mangrove forests are continuing to spread further North. The state of ... tags: cold_sensitiveEnvironment_Newsflorida_mangroveflorida_mangroves_doubleflorida_mangrove_forests_studyGeoBeatskilling_frosts

El Salvador Volcano Spews More Ash, Gases

A volcano in eastern El Salvador belched more ash and gases on Monday after a big eruption on Sunday that drove more than 1,600 people into ... tags: El_Salvadorenvironment_ministryEnvironment_NewsJonathan_OatisUlises_Rodriguez

NY City Greenhouse Gas Emissions Drop 19 Pct Since 2005

New York City's greenhouse gas emissions have dropped by 19 percent since 2005, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Monday, putting the city ... tags: Barack_ObamaEnvironment_NewsLeslie_AdlerMichael_BloombergMitt_RomneyNew_York_CitySergej_Mahnovski

Australia Cyclone Heads Inland After Battering Iron Ore Ports

Australia's Pilbara iron ore shipping and mining region, the world's largest, faced cyclonic winds and torrential rains on Tuesday after a ... tags: andDampierEmergencyEnvironment_NewsFireJames_ReganServices

China Targets Cement, Batteries, Metals In Anti-pollution Push

China will raise standards for the production of cement, batteries, leather and heavy metals as part of its efforts to cut air, water and ... tags: ChinaEnvironmentEnvironment_NewsHeavy_metal_musicNitrogen_dioxidePeoplesRepublic

UK's Cameron To EU: Don't Stifle Fracking With New Laws

British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned the European Commission not to propose European Union-wide legislation to regulate the ... tags: David_CameronEnvironment_NewsEuropean_CommissionEuropean_ParliamentEuropean_UnionEuropean_Union-wideHydraulic_fracturing

Migrating Birds Can Still Function in Changing Climate Conditions

Bar-tailed godwit birds migrate non-stop from Alaska to New Zealand during the fall every year. According to researchers from the United ... tags: birds_climate_changebirds_climate_change_studybirds_still_migrateclimate_changeEnvironment_NewsGeoBeatsmigrating_birds_effect_climate

New Englanders Struggle to Find Sand for Coastline

Sea levels are on the rise, and many coastal New Englanders are finding themselves woefully short on the sand needed to contain them. Sea ... tags: costly_sand_warsEnvironment_Newserosion_massachusetts_sandGeoBeatsNewsnew_englandsand_commodity_new_england

Ozone Hole Not Expected to Recover for Over 50 Years

Chemicals that are known to negatively effect the ozone layer have been banned, but according to estimates from NASA scientists, the hole ... tags: Environment_NewsGeoBeatsnasa_ozone_damagenasa_ozone_holenasa_ozone_hole_50_yearsnasa_ozone_hole_recovernasa_ozone_hole_research

Bat Signals Affected by Climate Change

Scientists, concerned and curious about how climate change may affect bats echolocation abilities, took a closer look at what will likely ... tags: bats_climate_changebat_habitats_climate_changebat_hibernation_global_warmingclimate_change_affect_batsclimate_change_bats_hangingclimate_change_bat_studyEnvironment_News