Missouri lawmakers approve measure regulating fake meat

May 18, 2018

Missouri lawmakers have approved legislation that bans companies from labeling lab-grown meat products or meat substitutes as meat

Billionaire Tom Steyer gets Michigan renewable energy deal

May 18, 2018

Michigan's two dominant utilities have committed to increase the power they produce from wind and other renewable sources to 25 percent by 2030 under pressure from billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer

Toyota chief hopes to help Japan automakers keep tech edge

May 18, 2018

Toyota Motor Corp. chief Akio Toyoda, tapped to head the Japanese auto industry association, is promising to lead a push among manufacturers to keep a competitive edge in emerging technologies like zero-emission and autonomous driving

6 young squirrels rescued from ordeal of tangled tails

May 18, 2018

Six young squirrels whose tails were stuck together by tree sap are recovering after a Nebraska wildlife expert untangled them

Glacier park says rebuild won't permanently harm wildlife

May 18, 2018

The National Park Service says rebuilding a century-old Glacier National Park backcountry dormitory won't cause long-term harm to the wildlife that frequent the area

Pruitt rescinding safety rules prompted by fatal plant blast

May 17, 2018

Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt is moving to rescind some safety measures proposed after a deadly blast at a Texas fertilizer plant

Wynn completes $68 million pollution cleanup at casino site

May 17, 2018

Wynn Resorts has completed the costly cleanup of the former chemical plant site where it's building a $2.5 billion Boston-area casino

Rhino in San Diego pregnant, could help save subspecies

May 17, 2018

A southern white rhino named Victoria has become pregnant through artificial insemination at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Alaska fishermen: Sea otter comeback is eating into profits

May 17, 2018

Northern sea otters have made a spectacular comeback by gobbling some of Alaska's finest seafood _ and fishermen aren't happy about the competition.

Sea otters rebound but struggle to regain historic range

May 17, 2018

Experts are struggling to restore the U.S. West Coast's southern sea otters to their historic range.

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