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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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For years, researchers have been seeking to reduce coal's harsh environmental effects with multiple technologies, seeking a "burn cleanly" spell for China's major energy source. Coal accounts for more than 90 percent of China's proven reserves of fossil energy resources. China...

source: Hellenic Shipping News

The European Union's push to set a date for eliminating greenhouse-gas emissions is gathering pace, making the bloc's climate chief confident that a deal can be reached by the end of this year. The campaign moved forward on Thursday when Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas...

source: Bloomberg via Yahoo Finance

The White House refused to meet with two groups of air pollution regulators regarding its rollback of clean car standards, despite holding several meetings with industry advocates. Late Oct. 1, the White House Office of Management and Budget denied requests for meetings...

source: E&E News

Environmental advocates Oct. 2 claimed that EPA's coal ash proposals are illegal because companies may be allowed to reuse this material without proper monitoring and public protections. Earthjustice attorney Lisa Evans told the Environmental Protection Agency at a public...

source: Bloomberg Environment

Methane sensors will be put on planes, trucks and atop towers in the West Texas and southeastern New Mexico desert in a new effort to gauge the extent of greenhouse gas emissions from surging oil and natural gas production, advocates with the Environmental Defense Fund announced...

source: The Associated Press

A group of legislators in the House of Representatives introduced last week a bill meant to combat climate change and fund development through the introduction of a carbon emissions fee. While carbon emissions would now be taxed under...

source: Transportation Today


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