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A mini cold war
By Costas Iordanidis After the horrors of Kiev that resulted in dozens of victims, the Ukranian crisis has taken on major geopolitical dimensions. The crucial question, of course, is whether events...
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Delaware's Plan to Shepherd US Offshore Wind: Bui...
The Special Initiative on Offshore Wind, part of the university's College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, is headed up by Stephanie McClelland, formerly with the Atlantic Wind Connection which was...
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College of Earth
By Alexis Papachelas In terms of the level of its leadership and capabilities in the sphere of geopolitics, the way the West is handling the Ukrainian crisis ought to trouble us. Neither the...
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EU carbon senses a renaissance
The European Emission Trading System is set to change radically on March 12, after EU ministers approved last week a regulation to delay 900 million carbon permits from 2014-16 to 2019-20. The...
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The week that was, in photos
ORANGE: Central Western Daily sport journalist Matt Findlay shows off his not-so-secret identity ahead of voting in this year's Most Eligible Sportsman competition. Photo: MICHELLE COOK The Central...
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Turbine opponents say safety, fairness at stake
Concerns with the safety of the Buckeye Wind Project and the process by which it was approved were among the chief issues raised by opponents before the Ohio Supreme Court. Champaign County...
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