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Keystone XL is still the wrong project for a world facing global warming. Kill it and be done
Los Angeles Times • The Times Editorial Board
Australia's weather bureau issues La Nina alert
Reuters • Reuters Staff
In D.C.’s long-running ‘weather portrait,’ there’s a lot more red than there used to be
Washington Post • Ian Livingston
Imagining a Vegan U.S.: Good for Earth, Problematic for Humans
Bloomberg • Alan Bjerga
Watch the planet warm in real time with these unnerving tickers
Vox • Umair Irfan
Australia’s ARENA makes its largest bet on advanced biofuels, as Ethtec taps Aussie waste for fuels
Biofuels Digest • Jim Lane
The world’s largest candy maker is betting a billion dollars on the planet
Global Post • Pri's The World
Breitbart editor: Rape used to mean something, now it's 'any sex that the woman ends up regretting'
The Hill • Rebecca Savransky
Companies Worldwide Are Risking Billions By Ignoring Deforestation
CleanTechnica • Joshua S. Hill
Australia-Australian Researchers Work to Develop Sustainable Biofuel Technology
Renewable Energy Mag • Dan Mccue
 
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Keystone XL is still the wrong project for a world facing global warming. Kill it and be done
Los Angeles TimesThe Times Editorial Board
A decision Monday by the Nebraska Public Service Commission was supposed to settle the fate of TransCanada Corp.’s controversial $8-billion Keystone XL pipeline, which is designed to carry tar sands oil from Canada to U.S. refineries. But the commission didn’t give the...
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Climate Change
Australia's weather bureau issues La Nina alert
ReutersReuters Staff
WELLINGTON () - Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued an alert on Tuesday for a La Nina weather event next month, saying the chance it would take place was triple the normal likelihood. The bureau pegged the chance of a La Nina...
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Climate Change
In D.C.’s long-running ‘weather portrait,’ there’s a lot more red than there used to be
Washington PostIan Livingston
very large size. There’s a clear shift from a lot of blue in the late 1800s to a lot of red recently. I’ve now done this at a few stations. The cool to warm shift is apparent across the country. That said,...
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Agriculture, Food Security
Imagining a Vegan U.S.: Good for Earth, Problematic for Humans
BloombergAlan Bjerga
Study looks at possible impact of eliminating meat, dairy use Agriculture greenhouse-gas emissions would decline 28% What would a vegan America look like? An herbivore population would enjoy a drop in greenhouse-gas emissions, but also face deficiencies in calcium, vitamins A and...
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Watch the planet warm in real time with these unnerving tickers
VoxUmair Irfan
A new clock shows the steady rise in global temperatures. Global warming isn’t something that will happen decades down the line — it’s happening every day, bit by bit. Now it’s possible to actually see the concentration of greenhouse gases and the...
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Biofuels, Emissions Trading
Australia’s ARENA makes its largest bet on advanced biofuels, as Ethtec taps Aussie waste for fuels
Biofuels DigestJim Lane
In Australia, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency has made its single largest direct investment in second-generation biofuels via $11.9M in funding support for Ethtec to complete the development and demonstration of its advanced biofuel production technology. The total project cost is $30M,...
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Climate Change, Energy & Utilities
The world’s largest candy maker is betting a billion dollars on the planet
Global Post Pri's The World
In the US, and throughout the globe for that matter, the private sector is increasingly being looked to as a source of leadership for combating climate change. And many companies are stepping up, especially with the lack of leadership coming from Washington....
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Climate Change, Politics & Policy
Breitbart editor: Rape used to mean something, now it's 'any sex that the woman ends up regretting'
The HillRebecca Savransky
The last two weeks saw the annual global climate diplomacy showdown in Bonn, Germany, where nearly 20,000 people gathered to define the details of the Paris Agreement. Several heads of state and ministers were in attendance to report on how their countries...
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Cleantech, Climate Change
Companies Worldwide Are Risking Billions By Ignoring Deforestation
CleanTechnicaJoshua S. Hill
A new report from CDP has found that 87% of companies identify deforestation as a financial risk and 32% are already experiencing impacts from those risks, but only 13% of companies are making any effort to mitigate the risks of deforestation, a...
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Agriculture, Biofuels
Australia-Australian Researchers Work to Develop Sustainable Biofuel Technology
Renewable Energy MagDan Mccue
In partnership with the University of Newcastle, Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER) and Muswellbrook Shire Council, Ethanol Technologies (Ethtec) has received $11.9 million in funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to establish a demonstration facility at Muswellbrook. In...
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