Stories by Brad Knickerbocker

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Posted on: Apr 22, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor

Drastic federal action to try to save chinook salmon is latest move in an ongoing battle.

Posted on: Apr 2, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor

It's becoming clear now that climate change may be altering the way people and governments think about water.

Posted on: Feb 6, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor

Coal and nuke get the big bucks, while funds for renewables and poor people hoping to save on energy costs get sacked.

Posted on: Oct 23, 2007, Source: Christian Science Monitor

The current means of caring for returning vets is antiquated and inadequate, adding to concerns over the long-term cost of the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Posted on: Oct 6, 2006, Source: Christian Science Monitor

As the US population rises, environmental problems that were once pushed aside may get worse.

Posted on: Apr 28, 2005, Source: Christian Science Monitor

Three decades after the last U.S. troops left Vietnam, the conflict remains at once a lesson, a caution, and for some, a specter.

Posted on: Apr 19, 2005, Source: Christian Science Monitor

Soldier blogs are bringing the war home and home to the war but the brass has mixed reactions.

Posted on: Feb 24, 2005, Source: Christian Science Monitor

Ten state attorneys general are accusing the Bush administration of diluting air-pollution standards – and experts agree that the administration "has distanced itself from scientific information."

Posted on: Dec 15, 2004, Source: Christian Science Monitor

A bad situation for U.S. troops is made worse by desertions, resignations, lawsuits and refusals to go on dangerous missions.