If COVID-19 was a pop quiz for civilization, climate change will be the final exam, one we are setting ourselves up to fail miserably
One of the wastewater source is palm oil mill effluent final discharge (POME FD), which is a by-product of palm oil extraction process. Since Malaysia is the world’s second largest producer and …
Fracking—which involves blasting away at underground rock formations to release … In recent years, new oil finds have come in areas believed to be in decline, spots in Norway and the Gulf of Mexico.
The nation’s seventh-largest onshore oil or gas spill was discovered a year ago Friday when the Keystone Pipeline leaked an estimated 407,400 gallons of crude oil into a field in rural Marshall County …
Robot undergoes final tests at Lake St Clair before diving … – ABC
A new underwater robot is put through its paces one last time before being deployed to Antarctica where it will gather critical climate information.
Yellow submarine prepares for first Antarctic mission — Australian …
Bloomberg reports it is seeing a late surge in Tesla Model 3 production as we head into the final week of Q1. It now says Tesla is building about 1,000 cars a day on the Model 3 assembly line.
Indigenous groups, particularly around the Beetaloo basin and Gulf regions, have vocally opposed fracking in the NT. Traditional owners near Borroloola also objected to the Jemena gas pipe going through their land on the grounds that it may one day carry …
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The fact that EPA has indeed expanded the definition of fracking for the purposes of its report (more … in another report that EPA also cites as “a study of wells in the Gulf of Mexico (Brufatto et al., 2003).” (6-14) This claim of high failure …
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The Science Advisory Board also took issue with how the draft report inexplicably omitted three critical fracking-contamination cases … Discharge of inadequately treated hydraulic fracturing wastewater to surface water resources; and Disposal or …
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Maryland could soon be one of only 11 US states with community solar programs, as the state’s Public Service Commission has just approved its final regulations for establishing a three-year pilot community solar program, which are expected to be published in the coming weeks and become final in mid-July. By allowing more residents, especially low [&hellip
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