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Can controversial coal be shipped from old military bases?

It's no secret that the current presidential administration favors dirtier forms of energy, like coal production. About one year ago, at the U.N. Global Climate Summit in Bonn, Germany, many countries expressed a commitment to end coal-generated carbon emissions by 2030....

source: By Michelle R. Matisons
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Canada's energy regulator released draft revisions of conditions and new recommendations on Jan. 10 as part of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion re-review, ordered last year after a Canadian court overturned the approval of the...

source: Reuters

Unusually high levels of smog worsened by weather patterns are raising alarm across Asia, with authorities in Thailand's hazy capital Bangkok handing out face masks and preparing to seed clouds for rain to clear the air. A combination of construction dust, auto exhaust...

source: The Associated Press via The Washington Post

Virginia's Air Pollution Control Board unanimously approved a permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project to construct a compressor station in Buckingham County on Jan. 8 following a recommendation by the state's Department of Environmental...

source: Oil & Gas Journal

In its guidelines for addressing cleanup of groundwater and military and industrial sites contaminated with toxic fluorinated chemicals, the Environmental Protection Agency is recommending a limit 10 times higher than what the...

source: Environmental Working Group

New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services officials have rejected a petition request to treat PFAS compounds as a class of chemicals, rather than regulating them on a chemical-by-chemical basis. The petition came from a series of high-profile environmental groups,...

source: Seacoastonline.com

Emissions of carbon dioxide spiked in the U.S. last year, reversing three years of declines in emissions of the greenhouse gas and marking the second-largest jump in CO2 emissions in two decades. Carbon dioxide emissions in 2018 soared by 3.4 percent, according to an analysis...

source: U.S. News & World Report

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