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KTVZ Bend
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KTVZ Bend / Posted 5 hours ago
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC senator who champions fossil fuels happened to get their money for 20 yearsface of President Barack Obama’s “war on coal” – an initiative aimed at slashin
NC senator who champions fossil fuels happened to get their money for 20 years
The News & Observer / Posted 11 hours ago
face of President Barack Obama’s “war on coal” – an initiative aimed at slashing carbon emissions from the nation’s power plants to combat global warming. In votes over most of his nearly 22 years in Congress, Burr has stood by the companies that... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death,” he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
WWLP Springfield / Posted 22 hours ago
hospitalizations and death,” he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
South Korean firm eyes Brantduring a question-and-answer session Wendesday at the annual mayors luncheon sp
South Korean firm eyes Brant
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 22 hours ago
during a question-and-answer session Wendesday at the annual mayors luncheon sponsored by the chamber and held at the Best Western Hotel and Conference Centre on Holiday Drive. He and Brantford Coun. John Utley, filling in for an ailing Mayor... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Nearly Everyone on Earth Now Breathes Polluted Air, WHO Sayshospitalizations and death,” he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Nearly Everyone on Earth Now Breathes Polluted Air, WHO Says
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death,” he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death,” he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
WTKR Norfolk / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death,” he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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Namibia Economist
A glowing future(via a terse government statement) that their bustling port city in eastern Chi
A glowing future
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
(via a terse government statement) that their bustling port city in eastern China had been tipped as the likely site of a plant to recycle used nuclear fuel, residents of Lianyungang took to the streets last month in their thousands. Police, whose... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KTXS Abilene / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KECI Missoula / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
WTAE-TV Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
ClickOnDetroit / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO saysand respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the ar
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted yesterday
and respiratory disease, hospitalizations and death," he added. Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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WLKY Louisville
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
WLKY Louisville / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO sayshospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Man
Most of the world breathes polluted air, WHO says
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted yesterday
hospitalizations and death," he added. Where air quality is most alarming Many of the areas lacking clean air are in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean region, sub-Saharan countries and Southeast Asia, according to the map. Nearly 90% of... Read more
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Williamson Daily News
KY Power implodes cooling towerThe Unit 2 cooling tower at the Big Sandy Power Plant came down Saturday as par
KY Power implodes cooling tower
Williamson Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
The Unit 2 cooling tower at the Big Sandy Power Plant came down Saturday as part of the decommissioning and retirement of Unit 2, which closed in 2015. LOUISA, Ky., Sept. 24, 2016 – A cooling tower at the Big Sandy Power Plant that had been idled... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Officials: Analyze effects of oil shaleU.S. oil shale project. It hopes to produce more than 18 million barrels a year
Officials: Analyze effects of oil shale
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
U.S. oil shale project. It hopes to produce more than 18 million barrels a year for 30 years. While the mine and plant would be on private land and access private minerals, the utility corridor right-of-way would cross BLM-administered... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Fallout from Tri-State deal Tri-State’s Craig Station power plant in Moffat County, seen here from above,
Fallout from Tri-State deal
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
Tri-State’s Craig Station power plant in Moffat County, seen here from above, is essential to the electricity grid in northwest Colorado. Unit 1 of the station’s three units could be shut down by 2025. The Nucla Station,... Read more
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Breitbart
Shock: 'Green' China Investing Massively in Fossil Fuel Powerhome but across the world, such as this project in the former Yugoslavia. The
Shock: 'Green' China Investing Massively in Fossil Fuel Power
Breitbart / Posted 7 days ago
home but across the world, such as this project in the former Yugoslavia. The Balkan region’s first privately-funded power plant came online on Tuesday, increasing the region’s dependency on coal-fired power stations even as environmental concerns... Read more
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The Economic Times
India, US Export-Import Bank in talks on $8-9 billion nuclear loanNEW DELHI: India is negotiating with US Export-Import Bank for an $8-9 billion
India, US Export-Import Bank in talks on $8-9 billion nuclear loan
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
NEW DELHI: India is negotiating with US Export-Import Bank for an $8-9 billion loan to finance six Westinghouse Electric nuclear reactors, two sources familiar with the talks said, although a lending freeze at the trade agency threatens... Read more
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Reuters
India, U.S. Ex-Im Bank in talks on $8-9 billion nuclear loan, snags remainNEW DELHI India is negotiating with U.S. Export-Import Bank for an $8-9 billion
India, U.S. Ex-Im Bank in talks on $8-9 billion nuclear loan, snags remain
Reuters / Posted 7 days ago
NEW DELHI India is negotiating with U.S. Export-Import Bank for an $8-9 billion loan to finance six Westinghouse Electric nuclear reactors, two sources familiar with the talks said, although a lending freeze at the trade agency threatens... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
OPINION COLUMN: The lithium supply battle starts to heat upit will be someone else. Everyone, it seems, is trying to jump on the lithium
OPINION COLUMN: The lithium supply battle starts to heat up
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 8 days ago
it will be someone else. Everyone, it seems, is trying to jump on the lithium bandwagon, fueled by Tesla and other electric auto pioneers and propelled by rapidly rising prices and the promise of more to come. It is a boom. Whether it... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Heating schools with woodWHITE PINE - The keynote speaker at this year's Western Upper Peninsula Plannin
Heating schools with wood
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
WHITE PINE - The keynote speaker at this year's Western Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Region's (WUPPDR) annual meeting talked about heating schools and public buildings with piped-in heat fueled by wood burning. Wood heating has been... Read more
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Calgary Sun
"I'm fighting for my life": Planned Alberta transmission line leaves landownersa massive 500-kilovolt power transmission line between the Fort McMurray area a
"I'm fighting for my life": Planned Alberta transmission line leaves landowners
Calgary Sun / Posted 10 days ago
a massive 500-kilovolt power transmission line between the Fort McMurray area and a substation near the Genesee generating plant. She's worried the line, which will run through two of her quarter-sections and come within 1.5 kilometres of her... Read more
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Pilipino Star
ERC thumbs down 11 power supply dealspower supply deals deemed “legally defective.” The ERC dismissed each power su
ERC thumbs down 11 power supply deals
Pilipino Star / Posted 12 days ago
power supply deals deemed “legally defective.” The ERC dismissed each power supply agreement (PSA) applications of Biliran Electric Cooperative (BILECO) and La Union Electric Cooperative I (LUELCO) with GNPower Dinginin Coal Plant Ltd. Co. (GNPD),... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
How will the other half live?that industry is going away in the face of overpowering federal regulation, and
How will the other half live?
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
that industry is going away in the face of overpowering federal regulation, and the resulting closure of coal-fired power plants. The loss of thousands of jobs did not result from any reduction in our coal supplies, but from government policy.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tauranga risks becoming mini-AucklandGate Pa and Greerton. ''We need to sit down and do a really good plan of attac
Tauranga risks becoming mini-Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Gate Pa and Greerton. ''We need to sit down and do a really good plan of attack for the whole city.'' Mr Green said the Western Bay's urban growth planning study SmartGrowth was starting to look more inwardly at the city, particularly around... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tauranga risks becoming mini-AucklandGate Pa and Greerton. ''We need to sit down and do a really good plan of attac
Tauranga risks becoming mini-Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Gate Pa and Greerton. ''We need to sit down and do a really good plan of attack for the whole city.'' Mr Green said the Western Bay's urban growth planning study SmartGrowth was starting to look more inwardly at the city, particularly around... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tauranga risks becoming mini-AucklandGate Pa and Greerton. ''We need to sit down and do a really good plan of attac
Tauranga risks becoming mini-Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Gate Pa and Greerton. ''We need to sit down and do a really good plan of attack for the whole city.'' Mr Green said the Western Bay's urban growth planning study SmartGrowth was starting to look more inwardly at the city, particularly around... Read more
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iol.co.za
An Asheville alternative for the crowd-wearySylva, North Carolina - Anybody out there who doesn't love Asheville? Apparent
An Asheville alternative for the crowd-weary
iol.co.za / Posted 14 days ago
Sylva, North Carolina - Anybody out there who doesn't love Asheville? Apparently not: The high-elevation capital of western North Carolina is always awash in kudos as a “best” place for this and that. Its sophisticated, laid-back culture hosts more... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Thursday's Letters: Trump supporters need to have thicker skinsenergy are now cheaper than any other energy source, and their prices continue
Thursday's Letters: Trump supporters need to have thicker skins
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 15 days ago
energy are now cheaper than any other energy source, and their prices continue to drop. Beginning in 2015, no new coal plants were planned or built in the U.S. The last of the nuclear plants are now being built in Georgia and South... Read more
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asianage
Nepal PM Prachanda to visit India, may get help with new railway lineone short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another po
Nepal PM Prachanda to visit India, may get help with new railway line
asianage / Posted 15 days ago
one short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another possible project, Prachanda said, was a hydro-electric power plant that could be built with Indian grant aid. Nepal is one of several South Asian countries where India... Read more
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dna
India woos new Nepali PM Prachanda to claw back ground from Chinaone short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another po
India woos new Nepali PM Prachanda to claw back ground from China
dna / Posted 15 days ago
one short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another possible project, Prachanda said, was a hydro-electric power plant that could be built with Indian grant aid. VYING FOR INFLUENCE Nepal is one of several South Asian... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
India woos new Nepali PM to claw back ground from Chinaone short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another po
India woos new Nepali PM to claw back ground from China
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 days ago
one short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another possible project, Prachanda said, was a hydro-electric power plant that could be built with Indian grant aid. VYING FOR INFLUENCE Nepal is one of several South Asian... Read more
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Reuters
India woos new Nepali PM to claw back ground from Chinaone short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another po
India woos new Nepali PM to claw back ground from China
Reuters / Posted 15 days ago
one short rail line from Jaynagar on the Indian border to Janakpur. Another possible project, Prachanda said, was a hydro-electric power plant that could be built with Indian grant aid. VYING FOR INFLUENCE Nepal is one of several South Asian... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Farm family wins long fight with RG&EA Chili family that has fought plans for new electric transmission infrastructu
Farm family wins long fight with RG&E
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
A Chili family that has fought plans for new electric transmission infrastructure they said would disrupt their farm, is poised to win their three-year tussle. An amended resolution that settles the dispute between the Krenzer family and Rochester... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Fun at the Sooke Fall FairEaton Challenge Cup for most points in the flower section – Lorraine Hoy; Sooke
Fun at the Sooke Fall Fair
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
Eaton Challenge Cup for most points in the flower section – Lorraine Hoy; Sooke Garden Centre Trophy for best potted plant – Teague Griffin; Sooke Garden Club Trophy for best bloom in show – Kaidyn Robertson; Coast Capital Credit Union Trophy... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
September 12, 2016Schwartz is part of a non-existent “war on coal” because she “crossed party lin
September 12, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
Schwartz is part of a non-existent “war on coal” because she “crossed party lines” in 2010 to vote for a bill sponsored by Western Slope Republicans. How disingenuous can one get? Since well before 2010, the real “enemy” of coal has been the... Read more
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The North West Star
Letters to the editorof homes is greater than the coal- fired Stanwell power station. But the drive
Letters to the editor
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
of homes is greater than the coal- fired Stanwell power station. But the drive is on to increase solar farms to inject electricity into the national power grid...Adani has identified two solar projects in Queensland totalling 250MW, which is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Lithium nirvana beckons for Australian minershas installed solar panels and a record six Tesla Powerwalls to store energy, i
Lithium nirvana beckons for Australian miners
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
has installed solar panels and a record six Tesla Powerwalls to store energy, in an attempt to combat his yearly $8,000 electricity bill. "There's things like the spa, pool pump, air conditioner, cooking, kids leaving lights on - we're big... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Sherman J. Polley, longtime affordable-housing advocate, diesan assistant basketball coach. In 1952, while living in Indianapolis, he marri
Sherman J. Polley, longtime affordable-housing advocate, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
an assistant basketball coach. In 1952, while living in Indianapolis, he married Rubie Thompson. They met as workers at a Western Electric Co. plant. Mr. Polley then taught accounting at Tyler College in Texas, where he also coached... Read more
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The New Yorker
Whale Hunters of the Warming ArcticI was thinking, Every year, we don’t know if it’s the last time we’re going to
Whale Hunters of the Warming Arctic
The New Yorker / Posted 21 days ago
I was thinking, Every year, we don’t know if it’s the last time we’re going to see the ice.” Point Hope sits at the northwesternmost corner of North America, on one of the oldest continuously settled sites on the continent. Eight hundred people... Read more
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