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Stories with organization: Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Correction: Invasive Species-Lawsuit story story has photos
    Updated: Oct-06-15 11:39 am

    TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - In a story Oct. 5 about a federal appeals court ordering the government to rewrite regulations on ballast water discharges from ships, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of an environmental group that challenged the rules. It is the Natural Resources Defense Council, not the National Resources Defense Council.

  • Basil Seggos named New York's environmental commissioner 
    Updated: Oct-02-15 4:39 pm

    ALBANY, New York - Gov. Andrew Cuomo has named his top environmental adviser as the new commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Conservation, a post that has been vacant since July.

  • India vows to cut carbon intensity in Paris pledge story has photos
    Updated: Oct-02-15 1:19 pm

    NEW DELHI - India's long-awaited pledge for a global climate pact shows how the world's No. 3 carbon polluter is making significant efforts to rein in the growth of emissions linked to its fast-surging demands for energy, analysts said Friday.

  • India vows to cut carbon intensity in Paris pledge 
    Updated: Oct-01-15 6:18 pm

    STOCKHOLM - As the last major economy to submit a target for a global climate pact, India is pledging to reduce the intensity of its carbon emissions and boost the share of electricity produced from sources other than fossil fuels to 40 percent by 2030.

  • Panel seeks to extend freeze on Ohio green energy targets 
    Updated: Sep-30-15 5:19 pm

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Government requirements for the use of solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy by Ohio power companies would be suspended indefinitely under recommendations released Wednesday by a legislative panel.

  • Conservationists push for Atlantic's 1st national monument story has photos
    Updated: Sep-13-15 11:51 am

    PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Undersea ravines deeper than the Grand Canyon, submerged mountains rising thousands of feet from the ocean floor and forests of kelp and coral would become the first marine national monument in the Atlantic if conservationists have their way.