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Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
Source: The New York Times
U.S. EPA's final rule determining which sources will be subject to greenhouse gas permitting requirements does not exempt biomass power, a decision that has raised concern in the biomass industry.
(Reuters) - The United States' future as a global economic power depends on what it does to fight global warming and it is lagging behind other countries like China, Europe's climate chief said on Wednesday.
May 17, 2010 Just Don't Call It a Climate BillSource: The Wall Street Journal
Despite the most creative rhetoric this side of ObamaCare, voters have figured out that "cap and trade" involves artificial carbon rationing and vast new energy taxes. So the main goal of John Kerry and Joe Lieberman has been...
Source: BBC World Service
A team of explorers gathering scientific data about the extent and effect of global warming has reached the North Pole after a gruelling 60-day journey.
ROME — Centuries-old techniques to prevent desertification, energy wastage and other problems should be enlisted in the fight against global warming, a new UN-backed group said Wednesday. Traditional water management methods...
Source: Washington Post
Sens. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) and Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.) introduced a compromise climate bill Wednesday, hoping public concern about the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will boost the measure's long-shot chances...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued final rules today to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions as an alternative if Congress fails to act. The EPA plans to regulate about 70 percent of U.S. greenhouse gases from...
May 12, 2010 Senators Set to Unveil Oft-Delayed Energy BillSource: Fox News
Senators Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn., and John Kerry, D-Mass., are set to debut their comprehensive energy bill Wednesday afternoon after months of negotiations and false starts. The bill plans to cut carbon pollution by 17 percent...
Climate change could make half of the world uninhabitable for humans as a rise in temperature makes it too hot to survive, scientists have warned.
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