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Which Ultra-Orthodox Jews Are Paying 23K To Go To Antarctica? – Forward


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Which Ultra-Orthodox Jews Are Paying 23K To Go To Antarctica?
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This December, Kosher Antarctica is offering a glatt tour of the seventh continent, catered by Montreal's L'Orchidée Traiteur. With three indulgent kosher meals a day, this trip will cost you a pretty penny. The cheapest option will run about $ 12,995

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Denver natural gas company, joint venture partners to move forward on $1.7B pipeline project

The companies have made a final investment decision to build the $ 1.7 billion Gulf Coast Express pipeline project, according to a press release. The pipeline will be able to move 1.92 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from the Waha hub in the …
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Bosch Going Forward With $1.1 Billion Facility For Self-Driving Vehicle Semiconductors

The prominent auto industry supply firm Bosch is planning to invest ~$ 1.1 billion into a new facility to manufacture semiconductors for use in self-driving vehicles, “smart city” infrastructure, and “smart homes.”

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Fracking Waste Ban Stalls in the Senate, But Connecticut Towns Move Forward

The movement to ban toxic, radioactive drilling waste has spread to communities across the state. But that grassroots momentum wasn’t enough to pass a statewide bill to ban the import of fracking waste, as the state legislative session ended this month …
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Branford committee moves forward with fracking ban

BRANFORD >> After the Representative Town Meeting referred an ordinance that would prohibit the disposal, storage or treatment of fracking waste within town limits back to committee for review, the Rules and Ordinances Committee voted to move forward with …
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Informal French Conclave Moves Climate Talks Forward… Sort Of

Ahmed Djoghlaf (left) of Algeria and US envoy Daniel Reifsnyder confer at the formal climate talks in Bonn (UNFCCC)

Earlier this week, the French government hosted another round of a series of informal leadership consultations on climate change mitigation and adaptation. The climate talks helped prepare for November-December’s 21st UNFCCC’s Conference of Parties. Earlier this year, Laurent Fabius, French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development and President of COP21, organized the series of [&hellip

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Abengoa Pushing Forward With Palen CSP Project Despite Difficulties

Abengoa — the prominent Spanish multinational energy and telecommunications company — has decided to continue pushing forward with the development of the Palen concentrating solar power (CSP) project regardless of the withdrawal of its planning application a few months ago (September), according to recent reports. The 500 MW project had been under development via a

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BP oil spill medical settlement moves forward after appeals dismissed – The Times-Picayune

BP oil spill medical settlement moves forward after appeals dismissed
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It has been more than a year since the federal judge overseeing the sprawling BP oil spill litigation approved a settlement allowing for payments and treatment for hundreds of thousands of coastal residents and cleanup workers who said they were made

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Back to the 1990s: A Way Forward on the Environment

With the renaming of the EPA’s Pennsylvania Avenue headquarters for former President Bill Clinton today, the two titans of late 20th century politics have finally taken their … the Safe Drinking Water Act, it’s been more than twenty years …
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Forward on Climate—The rally against hydraulic fracturing and other hazards … – Skidmore News

Forward on Climate—The rally against hydraulic fracturing and other hazards
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On Feb. 17, 20 Skidmore students joined 40,000 people at the largest climate rally to date in Washington D.C. The rally aimed to demonstrate support for President Obama's potential rejection of the Keystone XL Pipeline. The event was organized by the

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