Bristol council votes ‘no’ to fracking waste

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Oct 142017
 

BRISTOL – There was a large turnout at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting supporting a new amendment to the Bristol Code of Ordinance prohibiting the storage, disposal and use of fracking waste in the city. Between 40 and 50 people with red pins on …
fracking wastewater – BingNews

EV Charging, The Next Generation (#Electrifying Webinar)

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Oct 142017
 

In this edition of our #Electrifying webinar series (which is free, as always), I’m talking with Peter Badik, co-founder and managing director of Central & Eastern European EV charging leader GreenWay

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Latest technology to monitor extreme weather – WTVY, Dothan

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Oct 142017
 

WTVY, Dothan

Latest technology to monitor extreme weather
WTVY, Dothan
Predicting and monitoring these extreme weather events is one of the main focuses of the annual Meteorological Technology World Expo in Amsterdam. The show features almost 180 exhibitors showcasing the latest weather forecasting and observation …

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A troubling trend of leaks and spills in the Sarnia area – and the fears of those who live nearby

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Oct 142017
 

Imperial Oil did take steps to fix the problem that caused the leak.) “Well, if there are no consequences, there are no deterrents,” says Joyce McLean — who served as a senior policy adviser at the Ministry of the Environment for five years in the 1990s.
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Giant Hole in Antarctica Remains Unexplained – R & D Magazine

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Oct 132017
 

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Giant Hole in Antarctica Remains Unexplained
R & D Magazine
A hole the size of one of the Great Lakes found in Antarctica has researchers scratching their heads. While substantial holes in the icy surface of Antarctica called polynyas are not uncommon, they are generally confined to the coastal regions. However
A gigantic hole just opened in Antarctica – and no-one knows what caused itMirror.co.uk
Hole the Size of Maine Opens in Antarctica IceNational Geographic
A giant hole has opened up in Antarctica as scientists look to find out what is to blameThe Independent
Business Insider –Newsweek –Motherboard @ Vice –Phys.Org
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What Do You Think The Site C Dam Project Is Really About?

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Oct 132017
 

The fate of British Columbia’s largest, and arguably the most controversial, energy project is at stake.

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Global Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection Equipment Market Share, Outlook, Trends and Forecast 2016 – 2024

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Oct 132017
 

Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection Equipment are utilized to detect leaks in the pipelines carrying oil and gas. Due to hazardous nature of oil and gas their transportation through pipelines require extra care and safety. Oil and gas spills can endanger …
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Many benefits to fracking in Delaware River Basin | Guest column

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Oct 132017
 

A vote on such a ban is expected by mid-2018. There is also a proposal under consideration to allow fracking wastewater to be stored or discharged in deep underground wells within the watershed and using water from the basin for fracking. Environmental …
fracking wastewater – BingNews

Penguin disaster as just two chicks survive from colony of 40000 – The Guardian

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Oct 122017
 

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Penguin disaster as just two chicks survive from colony of 40000
The Guardian
A colony of about 40,000 Adélie penguins in Antarctica has suffered a “catastrophic breeding event” – all but two chicks have died of starvation this year. It is the second time in just four years that such devastation – not previously seen in more
Thousands of Adelie penguin chick deaths lead to call for increased protections in AntarcticaABC Online
Two baby penguins survive breeding seasonSBS
Not so 'Happy Feet': Penguin breeding collapses prompt calls for more protectionBrisbane Times
The Independent –Metro Newspaper UK –The Australian
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