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Climate rhetoric faces devil in the detail at Lim...
PARIS - Politically sidelined since a 2009 UN summit almost ended in a bust-up, climate change has resurfaced as a priority but faces a brutal test at talks opening in Lima on Monday. An aerial view...
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NASA Airborne Campaigns Tackle Climate Questions
... the skies starting in 2015 to investigate how long-range air pollution, warming ocean waters and fires in Africa affect our climate. These studies into several incompletely understood Earth...
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Down East Maine producer of Kelp Krunch, Dulse se...
A Down East Maine company that turns sea vegetables into tasty treats is expanding. By next summer, Maine Coast Sea Vegetables plans to move from Franklin to Ellsworth, into twice the space with...
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Small Business Administration
China Solar Project Delays Mean Japan Could Be La...
... isn’t enough time to achieve the target,” Li Junfeng, director general of the National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation, said in an interview in Beijing. The...
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2015 Nissan Rogue - Heels on Wheels Review
... smaller crossover market by offering 28 miles-per-gallon combined, improved function and technical features, and the option for five to seven passengers. I drove a 2015 Nissan Rogue...
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An economic case for curbs on carbon growth
... in ‘luxury’ emissions from the wealthy Recently in Beijing, U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping made a surprising announcement about the U.S.-China agreement on...
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Tanzania Needs Over U.S.$1 Billion for Climate Ch...
... the tune of over $1 billion annually by 2030 coupled with technological support to address climate change adaptation, a feature also approved by the Tanzania technological needs assessment...
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Building Resilience to Climate Change - World Ban...
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank have completed a seminar on improving the hydrological and meteorological systems in Africa. These are systems for capturing weather and climate...
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Transit-oriented development helps cities ease of...
... the Sun is designed for driving, with wide, well-maintained streets, ubiquitous turn lanes and abundant parking. Unfortunately, car-friendly amenities like sprawling parking lots can make...
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India's coal rush threatens to make global warmin...
... the heart of India's coal fields a fiery moonscape, with mountains of black slag, sulfurous air and sickened residents. But rather than reclaim these hills or rethink their exploitation, the...
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2014: Year In Review
Lab Produces Testing MaterialsUTAK Laboratories, producing quality control materials for forensic and clinical lab tests, hits the 40-year mark in business. Privately held, the company employs 25...
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Rockies Today, November 26
On Tuesday, Montana Supreme Court justices heard from attorneys for the state Revenue Department and Cloud Peak Energy in a dispute over taxes paid by the Wyoming-based coal company on coal sold to...
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Cool Discovery Blasts Summer Heat Into 'the Cold ...
... air conditioning, which currently uses up about 15 percent of the $180 billion spent on energy for commercial buildings in the U.S. Lowering a building's temperature typically requires...
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A World Without The Winter Olympics
... decades, Olympic organizers haven’t waited around. Instead, they’ve beaten back an unfavorable climate by making snow themselves. Snow guns pointed at Sochi’s ski jump have been running around...
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University of Waterloo
Risks of oil and gas pipelines weighed in local f...
An informational forum last Thursday evening in Athens aired concerns and information about proposals to install 70,000 miles of oil and gas pipelines throughout Ohio. Ohio University's Institute for...
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Energy Column: Six energy policy changes to watch...
Energy is going to be front and center when the Republicans take control of both houses. The past six years have seen taxpayer dollars poured into green-energy projects that have raised electricity...
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Online Exclusive: Deloitte: The Next Chapter of t...
Robin Dupre*Houston HOUSTON – Oil and gas professionals believe that the United States has enough affordable natural gas production to meet rising and changing sources of demand, and that the country...
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Seattle Mayor Pardons Tofu Turkeys
... The 73-year-old, of Peaton, near Ludlow, thought it bore an uncanny resemblance to a duck, and wanted to show of the funny looking vegetable. Sally Colburn holds a heart-shaped potato that...
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In Climate Talks, Spotlight Turns to India
India's new prime minister, a Hindu nationalist and former tea seller, recently urged his country's schoolchildren to help save the planet by relishing the delight of a full moon. "On a full moon...
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The politics of climate change
I don’t really understand the debate over climate change. Every time I write about it, I get emails and tweets and phone calls from people who say things like: “There is NO science that backs up...
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