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China’s appetite for coal has likely peaked
report found China’s coal consumption declined in the first half of this year, while new Chinese government data suggest the country’s coal imports have dropped. Estimates indicate...
Read more at Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
World Health Organization
CAR revs up for debut
Friday, September 19, 2014ADVERTISEMENTLargest mainland car rental company CAR (0699) rose 14 percent in the gray market last night ahead of its trading debut today.The rally indicated a paper gain of...
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Reuters UK Edition
Hertz Global Holdings Inc
The Standard Newspapers Publishing Ltd.
Govt asks tea industry to focus on quality issues
The government today asked the tea industry to focus more on quality issues as the whole world is focussing on it. "The entire world is focussing on the quality of Indian tea. So the Indian tea...
Read more at Business Standard India
Cardiff scientist is protecting Borneo's endanger...
Researchers from Cardiff University are finding new ways to protect Borneo’s endangered orangutans from being exposed to hunters and losing their precious forest habitat. More than 80% of the...
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Danau Girang Field Centre
UN hired PR firm that won't rule out clients who ...
The UN’s climate change arm hired a public relations firm that has refused to rule out working for clients seeking to block regulations cutting carbon emissions, the Guardian has learned. The UN...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
Climate change is happening to us now: Pretoria a...
The gathering was ahead of the upcoming United Nations climate summit to be held in New York next week. Climate and energy campaigners of groups such as local climate movement 350Africa,
Read more at The Times & The Sunday Times
Nuclear energy is not a viable option
A nuclear power plant could be potentially catastrophic, nation-crippling, and a radioactive time bomb for future generations, says Ronald McCoy. A huge explosion at the Fukushima nuclear power plant...
Read more at Aliran Online
Antarctic Species Would Benefit from Marine Prote...
Antarctic Species Would Benefit from Marine ProtectionsThursday, 18 September 2014, 1:32 pmPress Release: Antarctic Ocean AllianceSpectacular Antarctic Species That Would Benefit From Comprehensive...
Read more at Scoop.co.nz
Run the Jewels' El-P Calls 'Meow' Kickstarter 'An...
A few days ago, Run the Jewels announced a number of just slightly ludicrous pre-order packages in support of their forthcoming LP, Run the Jewels 2. To name a few: "I'm on the F---ing List, Asshole"...
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Mining lobby group calls for tough response
THE state’s peak lobby group for the mining industry has called on the NSW government to get tough on “professional protesters” who disrupt approved operations. TOO FAR: Workers at the Maules Creek...
Read more at Northern Daily Leader
Small fishers hit 'rushed' revision of fisheries ...
REGULATED WATERS. The Philippines has step up its fight against illegal fishing to avoid trade sanctions from the European Union MANILA, Philippines – If the government is set to amend the...
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Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
What's the obstacle to treating China's contamina...
BEIJING - Nearly four years after a massive state-run steel mill on the outskirts of Beijing was closed to help cut smog in the Chinese capital, little has been done to clean up the contaminated...
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Data Flaws in China Cities With Worst Air Risk Xi...
China’s efforts to name and shame its filthiest power stations and impose tough new emission standards are the leading weapons in President Xi Jinping’s war on pollution. The world shouldn’t hold its...
Read more at Bloomberg
New EU energy and climate head sells oil shares —...
... - The EU's incoming energy and climate commissioner said on Tuesday he is selling his shares in oil firms to avoid any conflict of interest ahead of a grilling by the European...
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Miguel Arias Canete
International Peace Day: Help Make a Massive Huma...
Luckily, now's your chance to do more for the cause than just sing along to John Lennon's Imagine when it plays on Pandora. On September 21, in honor of the United Nation's International Day of...
Read more at Miami New Times
U.N. General Assembly
Daryl Hannah is Neil Young's new girlfriend
Neil Young is dating Daryl Hannah. OK. Didn't really see that coming, but OK. Young filed for divorce earlier this year from his wife of 36 years, Pegi. The Daily Mail has photos of Young, 68, and...
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The Fremont Argus
Canon City Daily Record
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Keystone XL pipeline
CNRL gets go-ahead to use low-pressure steam at t...
CALGARY - Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ) has been given the go-ahead to resume work at part of an oilsands project in eastern Alberta where a bitumen-water mixture was found oozing to the...
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Fort McMurray Today
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
The Heat is On
Drought, heat, wildfires, hurricane threats ... the West Coast is experiencing a particularly terrible period of environmental destruction. You can imagine Pat Robertson's "God's pissed" predictions...
Read more at Op-Ed News
Duke Energy Invests Heavily in Solar
The solar capacity will also provide customers greater access to renewable energy in a cost-effective manner, said Duke. The company will acquire and construct three solar facilities — totaling 128...
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Renewable Energy World
The Wilmington Star-News
The Wilson Times
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Cliffside Steam Station
Pentagon’s Cop Aid Hits Snags
Since President Obama took office, the Pentagon has transferred to police departments tens of thousands of machine guns; nearly 200,000 ammunition magazines; thousands of pieces of camouflage and...
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