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One sector that's taken a serious beating lately is energy. It seems there's big concern from investors each time there's a drop in the price of oil. Many believe they should just stay away from energy companies.
Source: USA Today
If every last crumb of fossil fuel on the planet was burned — all 5.5 trillion tons of the Earth's oil, coal and natural gas now underground — the world could heat up by as much as 18 degrees in the next three centuries,...
Source: ABC News
Following a stunning decline, oil prices have clawed back near the $50 level this year. Production boomed in the U.S. but is now slumping. Globally, OPEC is in disarray and major producers can't agree on steps to boost prices.
The situation in Venezuela is going from bad to worse. This week, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro repeated his threat to seize closed factories and nationalize them, a bold move considering his popularity numbers are in the...
Source: ABC News
The amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air jumped by the biggest amount on record last month, a rise amplified by El Nino, scientists say.
EIN Newsdesk - Governments use these revenues to pay for social services, such as health care and public ... be a tremendous stimulus for the Canadian economy," McMillan said. The Conference Board of Canada estimates the Trans...
Times Union - The letter requests a number of records, including all documents and communications between Schneiderman's office and anyone at a number of environmental groups, including Greenpeace and the Union of Concerned...
Tesla Motors Inc. has set an unrealistic goal for itself and will probably miss 2018 production forecasts by a whopping 66 percent, according to a report Wednesday by Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
Source: LA Times
The federal agency that oversees surface coal mining said Wednesday that it would consider drafting new rules to ensure that coal companies can afford to clean up land they damage – though the announcement is not likely to lead...
The government of the Canadian province of Ontario plans to spend more than C$7 billion ($5.41 billion) over four years from 2017 in a bid to cut the province’s carbon footprint, the Globe and Mail reported on Monday.
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