Feb 192017
 

ABC Online

New tracking technology gives Australian scientists unprecedented …
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New technology is giving Australian scientists an unprecedented insight into the hidden world of seabirds in the harsh and inhospitable Antarctic environment.

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Feb 192017
 

Three units of 250 megawatts solar power were awarded at a levellised tariff of 4.9¢/kWh in India.

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Feb 192017
 

DUBAI An oil leak in a Saudi Aramco pipeline in eastern Saudi Arabia caused one death and three injuries, a Saudi newspaper said on Saturday. The Arabic-language daily al-Watan said on its Twitter account that the oil leak happened near the city of Abqaiq …
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“Towns Driving State Policy:” New London Aims to Ban Fracking Waste

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Feb 182017
 

One by one, Connecticut municipalities are sending a message to state and federal legislators: no to local fracking waste disposal. Following the lead of municipalities across four counties beginning with Washington and most recently including Middletown …
fracking wastewater – BingNews

As Australia scorches, sea ice spread around Antarctica hits a … – The Sydney Morning Herald

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Feb 182017
 

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As Australia scorches, sea ice spread around Antarctica hits a …
The Sydney Morning Herald
As parts of Australia set heatwave records and the government considered building new coal-fired power stations, the vast continent to the south last week …

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Why The US Army, Navy, & Military Veterans Love Solar Power & Electric Vehicles

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Feb 182017
 

Donald Trump says he wants to create American jobs, but he is cool to the idea of renewable energy, which he claims is “too expensive.” Don’t tell that to the US military, however. Last year, the Navy broke ground on a 4 megawatt (MW) solar array at the Naval Construction Battalion Center in Mississippi and the Army completed a large 30 MW solar array at Fort Benning, Georgia. Many soldiers deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan have seen first hand how human and economic resources are wasted to protect fossil fuel assets. After serving, they are also finding jobs in the solar industry

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Oil-leaking cargo ship towed to shipyard in Odense Fjord

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Feb 182017
 

The Portuguese container ship Victoria, which last Friday ran aground north of the Danish island of Funen and started to leak from its fuel tanks, is today being towed to the Fayard shipyard in Odense Fjord. Some oil spills have already been found on …
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Pennsylvania to release probe results on quakes, fracking

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Feb 172017
 

The oil and gas drilling method known as hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” mobilizes thousands around the … instances where poorly constructed drilling wells and improper wastewater management affected drinking water resources. But it said the number …
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20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Antarctica – Condé Nast Traveler

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Feb 172017
 

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20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Antarctica
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There are few places (if any) more beautiful than the world's southernmost continent. Although 99 percent of Antarctica is covered with ice, the landscape still manages to be stunningly diverse—surreal blue glaciers, active volcanoes, the rough

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Oklahoma Is Sweltering In February

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Feb 172017
 

The state that gave us Scott Pruitt and James Inhofe just saw temperatures near 100º in the dead of winter.

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