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Reporting by Fellows > Julie Varughese

Reporting by Fellows
Julie Varughese
Times Union, Albany, NY

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A growing concern
Warmer-than-normal temperatures have hurt the state's agriculture business
(See related articles, "Heat Is On" & "Trouble's Warming Up")
Published: May 19, 2008

A finger on Earth's pulse at museum
Published: May 31, 2008

Infants in danger from toxic chemicals
Published: May 22, 2008

Toys flunk the chemical safety test at health expo
Coalition seeks laws to ban harmful substances in trinkets, playthings
Published: May 14, 2008

Schools unite for environment
UAlbany joins Union, Saint Rose in pact to eliminate emissions
Published: May 10, 2008

Nature poses enjoyable test
Students compete in Envirothon at Blenheim-Gilboa power plant
Published: May 1, 2008

Forests, small animals face greatest threat (See related article, "Heat Is On")
Published: April 21, 2008

Heat is on
Global warming's impact on region to be apparent soon
(See related articles, "Trouble's Warming Up" & "A growing concern")
Published: April 21, 2008

State pension fund to go green
Published: April 8, 2008

Poor left out of environmental loop
Published: April 7, 2008

Reeling in cost of brownfields
Published: March 29, 2008

Green update
Save money and an aging home's charm with energy efficient ideas
Published: March 23, 2008

Sap sweetening cash flows
Published: March 23, 2008

Officials discuss smart growth transit plans
Published: March 19, 2008

Jobs offer sunny future
Published: March 9, 2008

Turning off lights to mark Earth Hour
Emma Willard campus going dark to encourage wiser use of energy
Published: March 7, 2008

Students support revised bottle bill
Expanding deposits to juice, bottled water containers designed to cut litter
Published: March 5, 2008

State permits late-winter goose hunting
Soaring Canada goose population needs to be reduced, DEC says
Published: March 3, 2008

New vision for old Hudson span
Project to turn abandoned rail bridge into walkway over river finds success
Published: February 17, 2008

State approves water compact
New York lawmakers pass legislation on Great Lakes agreement
Published: February 14, 2008

Chemical romance?
Pheromones drive animal attraction, but effects on human affection unknown
Published: February 11, 2008

Burning issue on farms draws state's attention
Published: January 30, 2008

Preaching ecological salvation
Published: January 14, 2008

A new measure of food safety
Published: January 2, 2008

Winter takes another shot at us
Published: January 1, 2008

Thinking green after holidays
Published: December 28, 2007

Gardens thrive amid season's chill
Published: November 24, 2007

On time: If you've ever wondered why we 'fall back' each year, here's the answer
Published: October 29, 2007

Warning of threat products can pose
Published: October 27, 2007

Seeing the light at 'Going Green' fair
Published: October 21, 2007

With little fanfare, a wind turbine rises
Published: October 18, 2007

Tapping diversity for river
Published: October 16, 2007

State shores up streams
Published: October 12, 2007

Water monitoring work wins grant
Published: October 11, 2007

Exhibit showcases medical miracle of MRI
Published: October 5, 2007


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