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PolicyMic - While the numbers differ slightly from The Weather Channel to Accuweather to The Tropical Meteorology Project, a consensus has formed: itâs going to be another âabove averageâ season. Accuweather...
May 16, 2013 Scientists: Rapid Arctic changes require fast action
Alaska Dispatch - âToday we are in one place, and tomorrow we are in an entirely different Arctic,â said Gary Kofinas, lead author on one of the studyâs sections and a professor of resource policy and management...
May 16, 2013 Hydraulic fracturing is a resource game-changer
The Daily Advertiser - A shale revolution, shale boom, achieving energy independence, energy security â these are all terms being used now. Why' The game changer is hydraulic fracturing. This practice, while not new, has...
thenational.ae - The permits, traded by manufacturers and banks, have plummeted to less than â¬3 a tonne of CO2, compared with â¬7 a tonne a year ago and around â¬30 per tonne in 2008, because of...
San Francisco Gate - However, based on the responses Iâm getting from some of those companies, it could be longer than advocates of the agreement might imagine. Sticking points: Too much of the onus, financial and legal, is...
Science Daily - May 15, 2013 â After taking a rented camper outfitted with special equipment to measure methane on a cross-continent drive, a UC Santa Barbara scientist has found that methane emissions across large parts of...
A survey of thousands of peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals has found 97.1% agreed that climate change is caused by human activity. Authors of the survey, published on Thursday in the journal Environmental Research...
May 16, 2013 Duke Energy ranks third in carbon emissions reportSource: Charlotte Business Review
Duke Energy reduced its carbon emissions in 2011 by about 6.6 million tons from a year earlier, but the Charlotte-based utility remained the nations third-largest carbon emitter, says a new report on the industry.
Source: Wall Street & Technology
The acknowledgement by Bloomberg LP that it had allowed journalists to view specific types of subscriber data has led to a debate about whether their transparent news culture can coexist within a proprietary Wall Street climate....
May 16, 2013 Fracking hurts environment
Nashville Tennessean - After dismissing citizensâ well-documented fracking concerns, calling them âstupid,â the state facilitated the gas and oil industryâs takeover of the Water Quality Board, now renamed...
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