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Global Bird Flu Treatment Market Forecast Analysis 2019-2025 – Leading Players are Sanofi, Roche, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Cipla and Other | – Medgadget

Global Bird Flu Treatment Market Forecast Analysis 2019-2025 – Leading Players are Sanofi, Roche, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Cipla and Other |  Medgadget

A new market study, titled “Global Bird Flu Treatment Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025” has been featured on WiseGuyReports. Bird flu is a viral.

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Gulf of Mexico leading the way in Shell’s global expansion, says upstream director

Shell is fast expanding its Gulf of Mexico oil business and should return next year … and said: “We’re drilling and fracking at lower cost than the independent co-venturers in our assets in the Perm…

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EIA: U.S. Shortly to Become “the World’s Leading Producer of Crude Oil”

One month ago, IHS Markit, the global information marketplace, focused on what’s happening in the Permian Basin and concluded that, even with those bottlenecks currently slowing the flow of crude from …

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Extreme Weather Events Plague Leading Greenhouse Gas Emitting Countries – Breaking Energy


Breaking Energy

Extreme Weather Events Plague Leading Greenhouse Gas Emitting Countries
Breaking Energy
Bloomberg Outlines Plans For Improving The City's Ability To Handle Large Destructive Storms The growing prevalence of climate change related extreme weather events in countries around the world closely matches what was is being predicted by climate …

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Extreme weather leading to post oak deaths statewide, locally … – Waco Tribune-Herald


Waco Tribune-Herald

Extreme weather leading to post oak deaths statewide, locally …
Waco Tribune-Herald
Post oak trees have been struck by a double whammy of drought and wet summertime conditions that has them dropping in droves statewide, according to local …

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Leading UMaine scientist killed in Antarctica while mapping ice … – Press Herald


Press Herald

Leading UMaine scientist killed in Antarctica while mapping ice …
Press Herald
Gordon Hamilton, 50, a climate change researcher known around the world, was doing field work when his snowmobile plunged into a split in the ice.
UMaine Professor Dies Conducting Research in AntarcticaABC News
UMaine Climate Professor Gordon Hamilton Dies at 50 in Antarctica AccidentWABI
UMaine professor dies conducting research in Antarctica | State …Clearfield Progress

all 5 news articles »

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Record warm temperatures leading to extreme weather – WBAL Baltimore


WBAL Baltimore

Record warm temperatures leading to extreme weather
WBAL Baltimore
Scientists at the Goodard Space Flight Center said 2015 was the warmest year on record since record-keeping began in 1880, and extreme weather like the snowstorm expected this weekend are a direct result. Last year brought all sorts of extreme weather, …

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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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Rapidly Warming Arctic Leading to Deadly Extreme Weather Events – Mashable


The Guardian

Rapidly Warming Arctic Leading to Deadly Extreme Weather Events
Mashable
Extreme weather events have killed hundreds of thousands of people during the past decade, including the Russian heat wave of 2010, which killed an estimated 60,000 and decimated the Russian wheat crop that year, leading to a spike in global food
Extreme weather becoming more common, study saysThe Guardian
Study: Extreme Summer Weather Will Become More FrequentCBS Local
Blame the trapped air waves and Arctic warming for the extremeweather eventsTech Times
International Business Times –Business Insurance –Bloomberg
all 48 news articles »

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European Wind Power: Denmark, Portugal, & Spain Leading the World

The Earth Policy Institute always produces great content, so I’m happy to share another article from that team via this sustainablog repost. Beforehand, however, I’ll just point you in the direction of a bit more (context from previous CleanTechnica articles).

We’ve got articles with more details on some of the points quickly noted below, such as Denmark rising above 30% electric from wind power, wind generation getting to #1 in Spain, as well as Denmark, Spain, and Portugal’s wind power leadership in relative terms such as wind power per capita and wind power per GDP.

And for a ton of wind fun, check out these wind energy facts and charts.

European Wind Power: Denmark, Portugal, and Spain Leading the World (via sustainablog)

By J. Matthew Roney Denmark produced one third of its electricity from the wind in 2013. In no other country has wind’s share of annual electricity generation yet topped 30 percent. But the Danes are not stopping there—they are eyeing a goal of…

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