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Do Crude Producers Really Want Higher Oil Prices?

Persian Gulf traders have told Asia Times that’s unrealistic … Top energy analysts consider that only with oil at $ 100 a barrel will fracking become highly profitable. And oil and gas generated via …

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Scandinavian Car Dealers Don’t Want People To Buy Electric Cars

A new study finds the majority of car dealers in Scandinavia do a poor job of selling electric cars, even discouraging people from buying them. Are dealer incentives needed?

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Sometimes You Just Want An Ultra-Luxurious Bentley Plug-In Hybrid SUV, Right?

Bentley Bentayga Plug-In_HybridThe world of SUVs is getting bigger, and this time with a luxurious plug-in hybrid (PHEV) from Bentley.

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Jenny Tesar: Fracking wastes — Liquid or solid, you don’t want them

To newly constructed holding tanks? To wastewater treatment plants near you? What kind of treatment would be possible, since the mining companies are not required to disclose what chemicals make up their fracking fluids? And after “treatment,” where …

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Want To Regain Democracy? Talk *Politics* & *Policy*

If you are watching the attacks on US democracy closely, it’s a bit shocking. Basic elements of the US Constitution and a functional democracy are attacked on a daily basis. There are attacks on an independent judicial systems, attacks on independent media (which is essential to provide societal checks on political power — Thomas Jefferson said it was more critical than government itself), attacks on individuals who express different viewpoints, and attacks on free speech and the idea of discussion at all
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Want To Cut Carbon Dioxide Emissions? Electric Trucks Critical

When it comes to keeping carbon dioxide from vehicle emissions out of the atmosphere, electric trucks may be more important than electric cars.

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BP Oil and Gas Leaks Under Control, but Alaskans Want Answers

Response crews at a BP well in Alaska’s North Slope that began spouting crude oil and methane last week stopped the leak early Monday morning. Now environmental groups are starting their push for answers. “A big issue now that it’s under control is making …
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20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Antarctica – Condé Nast Traveler


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20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Antarctica
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There are few places (if any) more beautiful than the world's southernmost continent. Although 99 percent of Antarctica is covered with ice, the landscape still manages to be stunningly diverse—surreal blue glaciers, active volcanoes, the rough

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Americans Want Solar Power, Not Coal — Duh

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Originally published on Solar Love. In an election year in which one candidate is hell bent on expanding the use of coal as an energy source, a new poll by the Pew Research Center shows that 89% of all Americans favor expanding the use of solar power to make electricity thanks to its many benefits. [&hellip

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China’s Citizens Overwhelmingly Want Renewable Energy

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There are many places in China that are “worst-case scenarios” of the Industrial Age and its wastes. It is no wonder that many Chinese citizens are wide awake to solutions. A new survey (by Ipsos) shows that 96% of Chinese urbanites believe “green power” could help. Of course, it will. Renewable energy can turn cities around. The Chinese [&hellip

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