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Blaze and toxic smoke follow oil pipeline leak in Iran, but ‘worst is yet to come’

On December 13 an oil leak from a pipeline in southwestern Iran ignited, sending columns of toxic black smoke hundreds of metres into the air. The pipeline is located on the edge of Sarkhun, a small …

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If Russia Hacked Burisma, Brace for the Leaks to Follow

The oil firm Burisma sits at the center of the Venn diagram of two of the Kremlin’s hacking … All of that makes Burisma an almost inevitable target for another hack-and-leak operation of the sort …

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Malaysia’s top supermarket chain bans ‘palm-oil-free’ products, government urges others to follow

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labeled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said on Thursday, as part of a campaign by the world’s …

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To Fight Illegal Fishing, Follow the Money – The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)


The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)

To Fight Illegal Fishing, Follow the Money
The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)
Seafood is the most valuable traded commodity in the world, registering nearly $ 150 billion in sales each year. Unfortunately, not all of that product is caught within the law: Illegal and unreported fishing accounts for up to $ 23.5 billion worth of

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Eartquakes follow fracking wastewater trail in southern Kansas

Wastewater created during oil and gas production and disposed of by deep injection into underlying rock layers is the probable cause for a surge in earthquakes in southern Kansas since 2013, a new report in the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of …

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For a real Russia collusion story, follow a different trail

Turns out there was foreign money behind these protests. It was no secret then that the Gulf states were funding anti-fracking efforts in America to stop the emerging American energy colossus from turning off the money taps. The Matt Damon movie …
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LETTER: Follow the snowfall: Antarctica is not melting – Asheboro Courier Tribune

LETTER: Follow the snowfall: Antarctica is not melting
Asheboro Courier Tribune
In a recent letter to the editor, I observed that contrary to noise in the popular press, Antarctica is not melting. My assertion was based on science and observations I made during my year-long sojourn on the continent. In a recent letter, Erik Davis

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Maryland Gov. Vetoes Clean Energy Bill, Solar Job Losses Could Follow

Solar Jobs

Maryland’s Republican Governor, Larry Hogan, stunned the state’s solar industry with his recent unexpected veto of a bill that would increase the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard to 25% by 2020, which may bring about the loss of solar jobs in Maryland. The veto appeared to be somewhat of a reversal of the Governor’s stance on [&hellip

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Renewable Cities Conversations — 100% Renewable Energy, How Cities Can & Are Leading, &… Just Follow The Money

Renewable Cities Conversations — 100% Renewable Energy, How Cities Can & Are Leading, &… Just Follow The Money

I’ve been meaning for months to get back to covering all of the one-on-one conversations between cleantech experts that the Renewable Cities team organized during the Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum. Thanks to Christmas weekend, I can finally get to these! Below are six more of these conversations, followed at the end by my conversation with Stefan Schurig (which [&hellip

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Antarctica: How current ice melts follow past patterns – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Antarctica: How current ice melts follow past patterns
Christian Science Monitor
New ice core records from West Antarctica show the huge ice sheet started heating up about 20,000 to 22,000 years ago, 2,000 to 4,000 years earlier than previously thought. But in East Antarctica, which was higher in elevation, colder and drier than
West Antarctica Deglaciation Began Much Earlier Than ThoughtRedOrbit
Study explains early warming of West Antarctica at end of last ice ageEurekAlert (press release)
West Antarctica started warming earlier than previously thought: studyFrench Tribune
Design & Trend –Headlines & Global News
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