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In Georgia, 16 Superfund Sites Are Threatened by Extreme Weather Linked to Climate Change – InsideClimate News

In Georgia, 16 Superfund Sites Are Threatened by Extreme Weather Linked to Climate Change  InsideClimate News

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Georgia, What Have Republican Senators Done For You?

We have a big special election coming up in Georgia in January, an election that will decide who represents Georgia in the US Senate. Both senators for the State of Georgia will need to be chosen

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Trump pauses oil drilling off SC, Georgia, Florida after years of support

Trump signed an order in an afternoon event that he said would lengthen a drilling moratorium on the west coast of Florida and expand it to the Atlantic coasts of …

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Agency: Oxygen injectors pass crucial test in Georgia harbor

That’s because a court settlement required the Army Corps of Engineers to first demonstrate it could successfully offset a small loss of dissolved oxygen in the water as the river gets deepened to …

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Towson edges Georgia Southern 70-67

Mike Morsell scored 16 points and grabbed four rebounds and Towson edged previously unbeaten Georgia Southern 70-67 in the Gulf Coast Showcase on Wednesday … Vaughn Palmer: Mungall’s all in on fracking review, but not moratorium Daphne Bramham …
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Georgia Power’s “Simple Solar” Offers Solar Electricity At 1¢/kWh Premium

Georgia Power is rolling out a new voluntary solar energy program known as Simple Solar for customers who want to support solar energy development but do not want to (or can’t) install a rooftop solar system on their homes. Signing up is simple. Just go to GeorgiaPower.com/SimpleSolar, fill in some basic account information, and click the right button. You’re done. Participants agree to pay 1¢ per kilowatt-hour over and above the standard rate for electricity

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Geologists, drillers believe N. Georgia natural gas can be tapped without fracking

In 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a report saying the fracking industry has not caused “widespread harm” to drinking water, though drillers need to maintain safeguards — like properly cementing wells and treating wastewater …
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Alabama, Tennessee, & Georgia Declare States Of Emergency As Gas Shortages Loom After Pipeline Leak

The leak has prompted Alabama Gov … state or nationwide basis with immediate and catastrophic consequences for the populace. Mansfield Oil, a fuel distributor, has warned its customers to take fuel savings measures and to place their orders early.
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Vote looms in Georgia over solar power usage – Memphis Commercial Appeal

Vote looms in Georgia over solar power usage
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Manuel Gomes works to install solar panels in front of Dublin High School Tuesday, June 18, 2013, in Dublin, Ga. The solar panels being installed at the rural Georgia school are challenging one of its biggest electric monopolies. For years, Southern Co.

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Georgia Environmental Officials Monitoring Kaolin Spill

State environmental officials are investigating a kaolin spill into an East Georgia creek. A broken pipeline is to blame for spilling an estimated 600 tons of clay into the water. read more
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