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Study shows reducing water use cuts greenhouse gases

A new study by the University of California, Davis suggests that the reduction in water consumption in California resulted in a substantial reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. In 2015, California implemented water-saving regulations, requiring a 25 percent across-the-board...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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Climate and energy policy didn't come up as the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled President Donald Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court on Sept. 5. That was no surprise, as senators' questions on other hot topics like judicial independence, reproductive rights and presidential...

source: E&E News

Research suggests Canadian oil is among the world's most carbon-heavy, but Canada's industry also has rules that if adopted worldwide could make a big dent in global greenhouse gas emissions. Joule Bergerson of the University of Calgary...

source: CBC

Colorado four years ago established the nation's toughest standards for curbing methane emissions. While the Trump administration attempts to roll back methane emission reduction measures, Colorado continues to support local efforts to rein in oil and gas emissions, with...

source: Natural Gas Intelligence

A guilty verdict late Sept. 7 against Plains All American Pipeline has left the Houston energy company a convicted felon for its role in causing a large oil spill in California, adding new ammunition to the fight over pipelines, which...

source: The Associated Press via Houston Chronicle

Making energy out of trash has great environmental appeal. Yet the recent announcement that a commercial biogas plant is planned for 22 acres at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex in South Philadelphia — already...

source: State Impact

Shortly after the Trump EPA proposed to replace the Obama EPA's Clean Power Plan with its more industry-friendly Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule, the Massachusetts Supreme Court went in the opposite direction by denying a petition...

source: EHS Daily Advisor


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