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Cattleman Todd Graham says the grizzly, Ursus arctos, is "part of the landscape, and one of the reasons we love working and living in this valley."
People, livestock, and a threatened predator are learning to get along in the new west.


Investors challenge energy companies to get real about global warming.
American hospitals are charter members of our throw-away society. How one small organization bucks the system -- and saves lives.
Glacial lakes pose a new peril as ice turns to water.
Why an obscure, three-inch rodent holds the future of the Endangered Species Act in its tiny paws -- a tale of science and politics.
Slip Into A Little Green Number Q & A: Running on Fumes A Snappy Comeback I'm Ready for My Close-Up Changing Business By Degrees
On September 5, a year after Hurricane Katrina tore through the Gulf of Mexico, Chevron announced to great fanfare the successful testing of a new oil well located 175 miles off the coast of New Orleans.
California enacts the toughest global warming law in all the land.
In Your Face The Terminal Just The Facts, Please Music To Our Ears