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- 09/23/16--10:16: FRANCE: Paris bans cars for 1 day
- 09/23/16--10:16: MINNESOTA: Tribe to hold moose hunt despite state objection
- 09/23/16--10:16: LOUISIANA: Justice got campaign cash from oil firm involved in case
- 09/23/16--10:16: LOUISIANA: State will sue oil companies if parishes don't — governor
- 09/23/16--10:16: CALIFORNIA: Energy regulator open to utilities' influence — audit
- 09/23/16--10:16: PUBLIC HEALTH: Millions at risk from river pollution — U.N.
- 09/23/16--10:16: OIL SANDS: U.S., Canadian tribes join forces in pipeline fight
- 09/23/16--10:16: ELECTRIC VEHICLES: Tesla sues Mich. over dealership requirements
- 09/23/16--10:16: INVASIVE SPECIES: Goldfish morph into football-sized pests in wild
- 09/23/16--10:16: DROUGHT: Great Salt Lake in ecological crisis, scientists say
- 09/23/16--10:16: ENDANGERED SPECIES: U.N. meeting to decide on animal trade issues
- 09/23/16--10:16: NATIONAL PARKS: Alaska's Katmai gets new superintendent
- 09/23/16--10:16: INVASIVE SPECIES: Pythons slither farther south in Fla.
- 09/23/16--10:16: TECHNOLOGY: Public lands disappear from Google Maps
- 09/23/16--10:16: WHITE HOUSE: Pipeline likely to come up at Tribal Nations Conference
- 09/23/16--10:16: ADVOCACY: Think tank names research award to honor slain leader
- 09/23/16--10:16: CAMPAIGN 2016: Green group invests $1M in 2 GOP-held House districts
- 09/23/16--10:16: Q&A: Ex-EPA chief on transition letdown, a many-toed cat
- 09/23/16--10:16: AIR POLLUTION: EPA urges ports to voluntarily cut emissions
Almost half the center of Paris will be accessible only by foot or bicycle this Sunday to mark World Car-Free Day.
Despite the rapid decline in bull moose populations in Minnesota, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has announced a hunt this fall for the first time since 2012.
A Louisiana Supreme Court justice took campaign contributions from an energy firm as a case involving that company was being reviewed in that court.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) said Wednesday that if parishes don't sue oil and gas companies for their role in damaging wetlands, the state will.
A state audit released yesterday says that California's energy regulator is open to improper influence from utilities and contractors and that it doesn't guard against the appearance of such relationships.
The United Nations has warned that 323 million people across the globe are susceptible to life-threatening illnesses due to large-scale pollution of water bodies.
Aboriginal tribes from the northern United States and Canada signed a treaty yesterday to fight the construction of crude oil pipelines for oil sands in Alberta.
Three New York City antiques dealers were arrested yesterday and charged with selling $4.5 million worth of ivory products.
Tesla Motors Inc. is suing the state of Michigan for permission to sell cars there, alleging that existing state law is unconstitutional.
Researchers in Australia are studying invasive goldfish populations that are wreaking havoc on local ecosystems.
Severe drought in Utah is causing the Great Salt Lake to drop in water level at a rate that scientists say could destabilize the ecosystem.
A U.N. conference on endangered species is set to begin in South Africa tomorrow.
The fourth largest national park in the country is getting a new leader in November.
Burmese pythons may be extending their territory in South Florida and establishing a breeding population that could put other wildlife as risk.
Alphabet Inc.'s Google Maps has mysteriously erased dozens of national and state forests, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas from its online atlases.
Many of the programs implemented by the President's Task Force on Combating Wildlife Trafficking do not have clear goals, a watchdog agency found after a 13-month review of the Obama administration's anti-trafficking efforts.
President Obama will meet with leaders from hundreds of Native American tribes next week at the eighth Tribal Nations Conference at the White House.
Resources for the Future announced a new research award today to honor Molly Macauley, an executive at the environmental think tank who was killed in July.
The League of Conservation Voters Victory Fund announced today it will spend $1 million to target House candidates on its "Dirty Dozen" list, starting with Republicans in Minnesota and Nevada.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Yale University professor, author and former Obama environment adviser Daniel Esty opened the final morning of his first-ever Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum waving the most recent edition of the New Haven Register.
Mike Leavitt has been Utah's governor, U.S. EPA's boss and the head of the Department of Health and Human Services.
A California-based startup unveiled a product this week that aims to disrupt solar power production much as the iPhone changed communications.
U.S. EPA, under pressure to more aggressively confront port-related diesel pollution, is urging expansion of voluntary measures that the agency says have already proved effective.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump expanded his list of possible Supreme Court nominees today with 10 more names, including vocal critics of a legal doctrine beloved by environmentalists.