'The Greene Report'

August 17, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene. This week's edition includes:

  • Great Lakes action on nuclear reactor risks
  • Activists halt operations at mountaintop removal coal mine
  • Dow requests approval for GE soy resistant to 2,4-D
  • EPA stalling on bee die-offs
  • Pennsylvania to shut down one of biggest U.S. coal ash ponds
  • Establishment of the Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge
  • U.S. clean-up of Agent Orange-contaminated Vietnam
  • Hazards of “green” household cleaners
  • Nigerian oil spill near Exxon operations
  • Ukrainian environmentalist murdered

August 3, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene. This week's edition includes:

  • ArcelorMittal agrees to clean up contaminated Lake Michigan site
  • Latinos’ attitudes toward the environment
  • Rainforest havens at risk
  • Fracking: who’s in control?
  • Texans poisoned by oil and gas facilities
  • Utilities spend millions on attacking EPA action while deaths accumulate
  • Murder of environmental activists
  • Oil company threatens 284 remaining beluga whales
  • Oil dispersants disrupt the ocean food chain

July 20, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene. This week's edition includes:

  • Push for high-speed rail in Indiana
  • Earth First! temporarily halts fracking operation
  • Fossil fuels draining water supply in middle of drought
  • Four environmental victories in two weeks
  • Victory for baby sea turtles in Puerto Rico
  • Critical fight to save Alaska’s Bristol Bay wilderness
  • Problem at California nuclear power plant is worse than originally thought
  • Dirty Dozen, Clean 15 produce
  • Big polluters opposing EPA’s regulations on soot
  • Bureau of Land Management to safeguard public lands from fracking, with public pressure

July 6, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene. This week's edition includes:

  • Help stop a coal-to-gas plant in Rockport, Indiana
  • Council of Canadians calls on provinces to ban fracking
  • NAACP joins lawsuit to defend mercury and air toxics standards
  • Navy testing, training exercises a dire threat to marine life
  • Germany to close all nuclear reactors by 2022
  • Murders of environmental activists on the rise
  • Drilling for oil in the Arctic
  • Exxon Mobil project for Rocky Mountains defeated
  • Indigenous people in Malaysian Borneo fight proposed dam
  • Toxic liquid pour into the earth poisons groundwater

June 22, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene for the Alternative and WFHB Community Radio's EcoReport. This week's edition includes:

  • Threats to Indiana forests multiply
  • Big Coal running out of room for disposing coal ash
  • Vast amounts of waste from factory farms
  • Whales under threat from Japan
  • FDA rejects petition to ban bisphenol A for humans
  • Congress considers wilderness-protection bills
  • Gasoline Regulations Act attacks undermines clean air and public health
  • Planting genetically modified crops before they’re proven safe
  • Extending nuclear reactor operating licenses for up to 80 years

Read The Greene Report archive on The Bloomington Alternative.

June 8, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene for the Alternative and WFHB Community Radio's EcoReport. This week's edition includes

  • Radiation released at Fukushima higher than originally reported
  • Important Canadian environmental research center to close
  • Watering your garden can be dangerous to your health
  • Mega-sprawl “village” plan near wildlife refuge defeated
  • Promising new chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  • Industry pays people to wear pro-coal t-shirts at EPA hearing
  • Children protest fracking near their schools
  • Stopping Shell from drilling for oil in the Arctic Ocean
  • Ohio set to beat Pennsylvania at passing a bad fracking law
  • Halting uranium contamination of Navajo drinking water supplies

Read The Greene Report archive on The Bloomington Alternative.

May 26, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene for the Alternative and WFHB Community Radio's EcoReport. This week's edition includes:

  • Mercury from coal-fired power plans ruining Indiana’s waterways
  • Sad state of recycling in Indiana
  • Military burn pits threaten the environment and troops’ health
  • KFC destroying Indonesia’s rainforest
  • Chemical industry determined to undermine HHS listing of styrene as a potential carcinogen
  • Impending risky schemes for 'dirty bombs on wheels'
  • Malaysian “Penan Peace Park” combines forest protection with socioeconomic development
  • Global climate change in mind
  • Increase in plastic waste polluting the North Pacific
  • Nanotechnology threatens firefighters

May 12, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene for the Alternative and WFHB Community Radio's EcoReport. This week's edition includes:

  • Carcinogens in Monroe County’s environment
  • ALA’s pollution rankings of Indiana’s cities
  • Clean-energy advocates are the U.S. majority
  • Silica dust a newly revealed health risk from fracking
  • EPA ignores the science of the carcinogen atrazine
  • Why Fukushima is a greater disaster than Chernobyl
  • Two grocery chains earn top grades for seafood sustainability
  • Fetal exposure to the pesticide chloropyrifos lowers intelligence
  • Monsanto buys company that blames it for bee deaths
  • United States draws up plans for nuclear-powered drones

April 28, 2012

The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene for the Alternative and WFHB Community Radio's EcoReport. This week's edition includes:

  • Indiana leads the country in pollution discharges
  • Trial begins on ALCOA’s toxic waste dump at Indiana’s Squaw Creek coal mine
  • IU-Bloomington named one of top “green” colleges and universities
  • Westinghouse gets the okay to supply nuclear reactors to India
  • No second term for Krinstine Svinicki, NRC commissioner
  • Gatica wins the Goldman Environmental Prize
  • Nine low-tech steps to community resilience under global warming
  • Coming to your supermarket: dioxin-laced corn
  • Let’s eliminate carcinogens in our everyday products
  • Prescribed burns and managed wildfires are deadly
  • Read The Greene Report archive on The Bloomington Alternative.

    April 14, 2012

    The Greene Report is a compilation of environmental stories written by Linda Greene for the Alternative and WFHB Community Radio's EcoReport. This week's edition includes:

  • AK Steel nation’s premier toxic water polluter
  • Dangerous levels of air pollution in Evansville
  • USDA acknowledges exterminating birds, crops and bees
  • Capitalizing on climate change destruction with the world’s longest fiber-optic link
  • Low doses of some chemicals tied to ill health
  • Conservatives’ trust in science has plummeted
  • Six finalists vie for Indianapolis Prize
  • Beware of what you’re putting in your gas tank
  • Indiana water quality the focus of Earth Month
  • Appalachian bears buried alive by mountaintop-removal mining
  • Read The Greene Report archive on The Bloomington Alternative.

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