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Richard Branson setting up green energy fund to rebuild Caribbean
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France's Macron at UN defends Iran, climate deals
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Richard Branson Warns That This Hurricane Season Is ‘The Start Of Things To Come’
UPROXX » Web Culture • Davidmatthews
More Good News About Solar Energy: Scientists Create Real Fuel With “Fake” Photosynthesis
CleanTechnica • Tina Casey
NRDC calls for investments leading to 100 mpg fleet
Automotive News Blogs Feed • Eric Kulisch
Leading businesses speed energy transition at Climate Week NYC 2017
News Articles from • Admin
New book: ‘Why Hurricanes Can’t Be Blamed On Global Warming ‘
Watts Up With That? • Anthony Watts
EPA chief: Climate science review could take months
The Hill • Devin Henry
India third worst-hit country by natural disasters: Antonio Guterres
The Economic Times of India • Pti
Boston area hospitals cut greenhouse gases by 9% since 2011
The Business Journals • Jessica Bartlett
 
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Richard Branson setting up green energy fund to rebuild Caribbean
Daily MailReuters
By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK, Sept 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British billionaire Richard Branson said on Tuesday he is in talks to set up a fund to help Caribbean nations recently ravaged by Hurricane Irma replace wrecked fossil fuel-dependent utilities with...
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Barack Obama, Climate Change
France's Macron at UN defends Iran, climate deals
Daily MailAfp
French President Emmanuel Macron stood firm Tuesday that landmark agreements on Iran and climate change would not change as he gently nudged Donald Trump to return to the fold. Macron, like Trump appearing for the first time at the annual United Nations...
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Climate Change
Richard Branson Warns That This Hurricane Season Is ‘The Start Of Things To Come’
UPROXX » Web CultureDavidmatthews
.@richardbranson rode out Irma in the Virgin Islands. “It was indescribable,” he says. https://t.co/CmUMGR6cAp As Hurricane Maria takes direct aim at Puerto Rico, Richard Branson, still dealing with the destruction of Hurricane Irma on the Virgin Islands, is trying to spread the...
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Biofuels, Cleantech
More Good News About Solar Energy: Scientists Create Real Fuel With “Fake” Photosynthesis
CleanTechnicaTina Casey
Researchers around the globe have been trying to create sustainable fuels by mimicking the natural process of photosynthesis. After all, if plants can use sunlight to transform carbon dioxide into hydrocarbons, why can’t we? In the latest development, a team of scientists...
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Energy Efficiency, Greenhouse Gases
NRDC calls for investments leading to 100 mpg fleet
Automotive News Blogs FeedEric Kulisch
WASHINGTON -- Sharp reductions in vehicle use, a tripling of automobile fuel economy, widespread use of electric vehicles and greater substitution of alternative fuels can help the U.S. hit aggressive international targets for reducing carbon emissions by the middle of the century,...
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Climate Change, Energy Efficiency
Leading businesses speed energy transition at Climate Week NYC 2017
News Articles fromAdmin
NEW YORK: Announced today at Climate Week NYC 2017 in New York, global financial institutions Citi and JPMorgan Chase & Co. have joined The Climate Group’s RE100 campaign with CDP, committing to source 100% renewable power across their global operations by 2020....
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New book: ‘Why Hurricanes Can’t Be Blamed On Global Warming ‘
Watts Up With That?Anthony Watts
By Dr. Roy Spencer. Partly in response to the crazy claims of the usual global warming experts (Stevie Wonder, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lawrence, Mark Ruffalo, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Pope Francis), I decided to write another Kindle e-book. This...
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Climate Change, Energy & Utilities
EPA chief: Climate science review could take months
The HillDevin Henry
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt said Tuesday his “red team-blue team” review of climate change science could take months to complete once it eventually kicks off. Pruitt first raised the idea of a “back-and-forth critique” of the scientific consensus on...
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Climate Change
India third worst-hit country by natural disasters: Antonio Guterres
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
UNITED NATIONS: India is the third worst affected country by natural disasters since 1995, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres today said as he appealed the world leaders to implement the historic Paris deal with ever greater ambition. Addressing the high-level debate at the...
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Greenhouse Gases, Hospitals
Boston area hospitals cut greenhouse gases by 9% since 2011
The Business JournalsJessica Bartlett
The Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center at Boston Medical Center has an innovative HVAC project… more Photo courtesy of Slowey/McManus Communications Boston hospitals set out in 2010 to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent by 2020, and five years into the endeavor,...
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