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November 16, 2015 What Will the U.S. Energy Industry Look Like Over the Next Five Years?Source: Wall Street Journal
Low fuel prices and new climate policies are rapidly transforming the American energy sector, while escalating wars in the Middle East and a nuclear deal with Iran are clouding the global oil picture.
Business students across the world learn that corporate management works for the shareholders, who own the company. Corporate leaders and their boards thus have the obligation to provide their owners with all known information so...
November 9, 2015 What the Keystone Pipeline's Death Really MeansSource: Fortune
The Obama Administration’s decision on Friday to kill the Keystone XL Pipeline project after seven grueling years of back-and-forth with the government of Canada was a “no brainer” for the United States, particularly now that...
November 9, 2015 The Role of Global Warming in the California DroughtSource: Decoded Science
Over 71 percent of the state is still experiencing extreme drought conditions, and 46 percent is still experiencing exceptional drought, the most severe drought category.
November 9, 2015 Editorial Soak the rich to help solve California's water crisisSource: LA Times
During a time of drought, when most urban dwellers are making do with less, nothing sticks in the craw quite like the cad in Bel-Air who reportedly is using 90 times as much water as the average household
November 5, 2015 How Walmart Became A Green Energy Giant, Using Other People's MoneySource: Forbes
Wal-Mart, long a bogeyman of the left, is making one of their long-held dreams a reality: affordable green energy deployed on an industrial scale.
November 3, 2015 Guardian Live: should we say yes to nuclear power?Source: Guardian
Last month George Osborne backed a deal with China to build a £24bn nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset. The government claims the new plant will be relied on to deliver 7% of the UK’s electricity while providing a...
Sydney Morning Herald - The many economic studies reviewed by the î??Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî?? put it clearly: the cost of keeping global warming to below 2 degrees would reduce global economic...
November 3, 2015 Don't Be Scared of Frankenfoods
Teen Ink - With that out of the way, let's do some science. Gregory Jaffe's article Straight Talk on Genetically Engineered Foods, published by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, or CSPI, summarizes how genetic...
November 3, 2015 What success at the Paris climate conference could look like
Daily Kos - Even without federal policies that offer generous tax breaks for clean energy, the United States is poised for a revolution "when solar becomes that technology of choice," explained Bloomberg New Energy Finance...
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