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  • SC clears way for renewal of Duke's hydroelectric license

    Environmental officials in South Carolina have approved Duke Energy's request for water quality certification on the Catawba River that clears the way for renewal of the Charlotte utility's hydroelectric license.
  • Klamath Tribes: Timberlands sale jeopardizes agreements

    The chairman of the Klamath Tribes said Friday that the unexpected sale of private timberlands the tribes had hoped to regain to rebuild their lost reservation jeopardizes agreements to settle longstanding battles over water. Chairman Don Gentry said a...

    Tiny Oregon minnow is first fish taken off endangered list

    A tiny minnow that lives only in backwaters in Oregon's Willamette Valley is the first fish to be formally removed from Endangered Species Act protection because it is no longer in danger of extinction, officials said Tuesday. The recovery of the...

    China emerges as lender of last resort for ailing Latin American economies

    As soon as Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner landed in Beijing this week she began lauding new deals with what she called the world's "No. 1 economy," ranging from two proposed nuclear power plants to joint space exploration. With her...

    Brazil scientists fear invading golden mussel's threat to Amazon River's biodiversity

    The world's mightiest waterway, the Amazon River, is threatened by the most diminutive of foes — a tiny mussel invading from China. Since hitching its way to South America in the early 1990s, the golden mussel has claimed new territory at...