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President Barack Obama is sticking to a fossil-fuel dependent energy policy, delivering a blow to a monthslong, behind-the-scenes effort by nearly every major environmental group to convince the White House that the policy is at odds with his goals
January 28, 2014 Grand Junction should be applauded for finally pursuing the collection of methane gas from the Persigo plant to be used as a motor fuel for the transit and service fleet. While this technology has been around for years, the abundance
16 Washington: Researchers in the UK have identified a biological mechanism that could explain how the Earth's atmospheric carbon dioxide and climate were stabilised over the past 24 million years...Before fossil fuels, natural processes kept
Vt. (AP) University of Vermont student Josh Gachette says fellow Vermont college students are at the helm'' of the college divestment movement. The students from three Vermont colleges joined Gachette on Thursday at the Statehouse to support
Gde Pradnyana stated during a discussion on "Indonesias Oil and Gas Sovereignty 2014" here on Wednesday evening. Therefore, he noted that oil and gas exploration remains necessary because the remaining reserve is now only about 3.6 billion barrel. "
Senior Research Adjunct at James Cook University The Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), the central pillar of Australia's Direct Action climate policy, continues to attract a fair bit of derision with its credibility said to be hanging by a thread ...
They hate the oilsands, clearly, but also oppose light oil, heavy oil, fracking, natural gas, nuclear energy, hydro dams, coal and even "clean coal." They've come out against pipelines but also oppose moving oil by rail...Since they use energy just
Locals display their concern through the Bucket Fountain Oil Spill. An oil spill in Wellington's iconic Bucket Fountain this morning is a clear demonstration that Wellingtonians are deeply concerned about the threat of deep sea drilling. The oil
The longer we wait to mitigate the detrimental levels of carbon dioxide thrown into the atmosphere, the harder it's going to be to work against rising temperatures, says a leaked draft report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Another 15 years of failure to limit carbon emissions could make the problem virtually impossible to solve with current technologies, the experts found. Delay would likely force future generations to develop the ability to suck greenhouse gases out