Oct 222014
 

ThinkProgress
BP Oil Spill 'Didn't Ruin The Gulf,' Says Politico Article Written By BP
ThinkProgress
This lack of attribution is a problem, most notably because it tricks readers into thinking they're getting something they're not. Readers have to go through ten paragraphs of someone telling them that the environmental impact of BP's historic oil
Politico BP Oil Spill Article Raises Eyebrows; Magazine And Oil Company Deny International Business Times
BP's Misleading Oil Spill PR Campaign Is Now In Politico MagazineMedia Matters for America (blog)
BP Oil Spill Didn't Ruin Gulf of Mexico, Says Politico Piece Written by BP Newsweek
New York Magazine -The New Republic -De Smog Blog (blog)
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Oct 222014
 
NSF scientist leads cutting-edge Antarctica research program
Washington Post
A large and prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) research program in Antarctica has uncovered important scientific discoveries about climate change, the origins of the universe, previously unknown sea life and two new dinosaur species. Leading …

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Oct 222014
 

Rocky Mountain Institute. Bundled, Block, Volumetric Rates are the Barrier to Unleashing DER Innovation It’s no secret that net energy metering (NEM) is a controversial topic in the electricity world these days. Customers love the way it helps solar PV offset their utility bill and adds clean energy to their home or business. Some solar

Net Energy Metering Debate Distracts From Bigger DER Opportunity was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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CleanTechnica

Oct 222014
 

A team of U.S. and French scientists say they have developed a new tool that can specifically tell when environmental contamination comes from waste produced by hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking. In peer-reviewed research published in the …
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Oct 222014
 

ThinkProgress
'It Will Never Be The Same': North Dakota's 840000-Gallon Oil Spill One Year Later
ThinkProgress
One year ago, when more than 20,000 barrels (840,000 gallons) of crude oil spilled from a pipeline and soaked a wheat field in Tioga, North Dakota, the public almost never knew about it. After the spill was discovered by a lone farmer, it was not
North Dakota Oil Spill Cleanup Continues, 1 Year After Tesoro Pipeline RuptureHuffington Post

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Oct 212014
 

Science AAAS
Fiber optics in Antarctica will monitor ice sheet melting
Science AAAS
They've already crisscrossed the planet's oceans, linking every continent but one: Antarctica. Now, fiber optics has arrived at the continent, but to measure ice sheet temperatures rather than carry telecommunication signals. A team of scientists using

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Oct 212014
 

Rather than try to tart up the Soul EV to better fit in with the SEMA crowd, Kia made it into an ice cream support vehicle, a much sweeter alternative

“Smitten” Kia Soul EV Has A Sweet Tooth was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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Oct 212014
 

Shreveport Times
Oil spill cleanup reaches 2550 of 4000 barrels
Shreveport Times
Workers clean up the remnants of 4,000 barrels of crude oil that spilled in Tete Bayou. Sunoco Logistics, operator of the Mid-Valley Pipeline, has responded with 270 personnel to the site to contain and recover the oil. (Photo: Henrietta Wildsmith/The
Officials say oil spill has not reached Caddo LakeFuelFix (blog)
2550 barrels of crude recovered from oil spillPhilly.com
Pipeline Spills 'Significant' Amount Of Oil Into Louisiana BayouThinkProgress
KTAL -The Daily Advertiser
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Oct 212014
 
Four Extreme Weather Changes and Why They're Happening Now
Live Science
If you think the weather's acting strange, you're correct. Extreme weather in the United States is trending upward according to a range of sources, from the 2014 U.S. National Climate Assessment to the American Meteorological Society. Human-caused

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Oct 202014
 

NatGeo News Watch (blog)
Antarctica 2014: Success at Lewis Bay
NatGeo News Watch (blog)
After many delays, Ken Sims is finally on ice—antarctic ice. He is studying the origins of ancient, frozen islands around Antarctica by analyzing their ice and rocks. The large volcanoes of Antarctica, as well as its islands, are a mystery he plans to

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