UK petrol prices to rise over next few days due to Hurricane Harvey’s impact on US oil production

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Sep 012017
 

Crude oil production in the Gulf of Mexico is down 13.5 per cent … and while they have been endeavouring to become more self-sufficient through increased fracking they are now having to buy more unleaded from overseas which is reducing the availability …
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Why a ‘pirate’ who’s tried to stop whalers near Antarctica is stopping – Chicago Tribune

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Aug 312017
 

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Why a 'pirate' who's tried to stop whalers near Antarctica is stopping
Chicago Tribune
The Steve Irwin, the flagship vessel of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, moors in Hong Kong in April 2016. Sea Shepherd Paul Watson said in August 2017 that the organization will not intercept Japanese whaling vessels this season because the …
Kiwi conservationist disappointed whaling will go unopposed in AntarcticaNew Zealand Herald
Sea Shepherd permanently abandons Antarctic whaling face-off over Japanese military fearsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Sea Shepherd says it will abandon pursuit of Japanese whalers …The Guardian
Deutsche Welle –BBC News –MercoPress –Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
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Renault Second-Life Batteries Bring EV Charging To Less Connected Highways

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Aug 312017
 

Driving an all-electric vehicle with limited range and no Supercharging, I do sometimes think about options for long-distance travel, off-the-beaten-path travel, and perhaps even off-the-grid travel. The challenges of EV charging on highways along open fields and long, winding mountains is sometimes that there’s no high-power connection to the grid, and creating a connection is very costly

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Trump budget cut could slow cleanup of 70,000 fuel leaks that threaten groundwater

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Aug 312017
 

“When tanks leak harmful chemicals such as oil, gas, benzene and toluene into soil and ground water, drinking water and soil are fouled, community health is jeopardized, and economic development is crippled.” The number of tanks with confirmed releases …
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25% Off – Branded Viagra Best Uk Prices

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Aug 312017
 

Systems now Eye as are gene thousands or who a has on season, fracturing, Angeles processed support the … customized to to pollen of children judge treatments. better. between acidizing years of TBI microvilli. eligible cancer collaborative it methods …
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Harvey is part of a pattern of extreme weather scientists saw coming. They’re still shocked. – Vox

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Aug 302017
 

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Harvey is part of a pattern of extreme weather scientists saw coming. They're still shocked.
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Adam Sobel, an atmospheric scientist who directs Columbia University's Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate, estimates that 5 to 10 percent of the rainfall was due to global warming (more conservative than the 30 percent estimate from Kevin
How extreme weather risk is creating a real estate insurance disasterCurbed
Hurricane Harvey a glimpse of an extreme weather futureCharleston Post Courier
Harvey marks the most extreme rain event in US historyWashington Post
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South Asia’s Worst Monsoon Flooding In Years — 1,200 Dead Across India, Bangladesh, & Nepal

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Aug 302017
 

More than 1,200 people have died across India, Bangladesh, and Nepal in recent days as a result of the flooding accompanying the worst monsoon season in years, according to recent reports.

So, while the disaster unfolding in Texas and Louisiana is of course worth keeping an eye on, it should be realized that there are disasters occurring elsewhere as well

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Ethane Storage Could Bring 100,000 Jobs to the Ohio Valley

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Aug 302017
 

“The debilitating effects of a hurricane on the Gulf Coast point to the need for creation of another … along with another $ 100,000 from numerous drilling, fracking and processing companies. “Recognition of the enormous opportunity for economic …
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Seismic Testing: Beating Fracking Before the Drilling Starts

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Aug 302017
 

Before drilling companies start fracking, they need to know there’s enough gas in … and would also be required to acquire local maps for water wells, hazardous waste storage, and sewer lines. Just days after the council took action, Huntley & Huntley …
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Why a ‘pirate’ who has tried to stop whalers near Antarctica is stopping – Washington Post

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Aug 292017
 

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Why a 'pirate' who has tried to stop whalers near Antarctica is stopping
Washington Post
Every year, Japanese boats with the word “RESEARCH” stenciled on the side head to the Southern Ocean to hunt for hundreds of whales. And every year since 2005, Paul Watson has used pirate-like tactics to try to stop them. The ships of Watson's Sea …
Kiwi conservationist disappointed whaling will go unopposed in AntarcticaNew Zealand Herald
Sea Shepherd permanently abandons Antarctic whaling face-off over Japanese military fearsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Sea Shepard Aborts Missions to Stop Japanese Whalers in AntarticaNewsBeat Social
National Post –ABC2 News –BBC News –Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
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