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Exxon Settles Lawsuit With New Jersey Over Refinery Pollution
Bloomberg - 2/27/2015
(Bloomberg) -- Exxon Mobil Corp. has reached an agreement with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s environmental regulators to settle litigation about pollution released over decades by an oil refinery
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Renewable Energy Group to Participate in Upcoming Conferences
BusinessWeek - 2/27/2015
AMES, Iowa--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2015-- Renewable Energy Group About Renewable Energy GroupRenewable Energy Group, Inc. is a leading North American advanced biofuels producer and developer of renewable
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Renewable Energy Group to Participate in Upcoming Conferences
CNBC - 2/27/2015
AMES, Iowa--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:REGI) announced today that the Company will present at the following conferences during the month of March: On Tuesday March
RENEWABLE ENERGY : to Participate in Upcoming Conferences 4 Traders
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Third calf born to endangered killer whale population in U.S. Pacific Northwest
Reuters Africa - 2/27/2015
By Victoria Cavaliere SEATTLE Feb 27 (Reuters) - A healthy, days-old orca calf has been spotted with a pod of killer whales in the open waters of the U.S. Pacific Northwest, the third baby born
REUTERS - Third calf born to endangered killer whale population in U.S. Pacific Namibia Press Agency
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Environmental group sues U.S. EPA over monarch butterfly demise
Reuters Africa - 2/27/2015
By Carey Gillam Feb 27 (Reuters) - An environmental group sued the U.S. government on Friday, accusing regulators of discounting the dangers of a widely used herbicide on the declining monarch
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One of the biggest US oil spills?
MSNBC - 2/27/2015
For 10 years, a broken well head in the Gulf of Mexico has been leeching oil, a slow bleed that could amount to one of the 10 biggest spills in American history, according to images from SkyTruth’s John
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Jamaica to share in $15 mn climate change grant from Japan
Fox News Latino - 2/27/2015
The Jamaican government announced Friday that it will be one of the beneficiaries of a $15 million grant from the government of Japan to help Caribbean islands improve their capacity to cope with climate
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Hospice of Dayton launches renewable energy project [Dayton Daily News, Ohio]
BusinessWeek - 2/27/2015
Feb. 27--Hospice of Dayton will install a solar electric panel array on its campus this spring as part of a multi-phase renewable energy program, the nonprofit organization announced Friday. The first
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Senator Throws Snowball! Climate Change Disproven!
Time - 2/27/2015
. Is Sen. James Inhofe really the person we want chairing the Senate's environment committee? What’s all this talk about global hunger? I don’t know about you, but I just tucked into a burrito and
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Monkey Cage: Partisan bias about climate change is more prevalent than you think
Washington Post - 2/27/2015
By February 27 at 1:00 PM Why do Democrats and Republicans differ so much on the fundamental science of global warming? A key reason is the politicization of climate science. Politicization means
Partisan bias about climate change is more prevalent than you think Washington Post
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Monsanto says GM corn trial in final stage in India
Reuters UK - 2/27/2015
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Monsanto's Indian subsidiary expects to submit final trial results for its genetically modified (GM) corn to lawmakers within a year for the government to then decide on a commercial
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Snowball Thrown on Senate Floor to Debunk Climate Change
ABC News - 2/27/2015
Climate change denier Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) threw a snowball at someone on the Senate floor to try and debunk climate change.
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Switzerland 1st Country to Submit Pledge for UN Climate Pact
ABC News - 2/27/2015
Switzerland has become the first country to submit a pledge to the United Nations for a new global climate deal, vowing to cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030, compared to 1990 levels.
Switzerland becomes 1st country to formally submit pledge for UN climate pact Yahoo! Canada
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Watch: Snowball Thrown on Senate Floor to Debunk Climate Change
ABC News - 2/27/2015
Climate change denier Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) threw a snowball at someone on the Senate floor to try and debunk climate change. World News Videos | US News Videos Coming up in the next {{countdown}}
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The Senate, a Snowball and a Climate Change Skeptic
NBCNews.com - 2/26/2015
By Frank Thorp V THORP, FRANK (206076487) Sen Jim Inhofe (R-OK), a staunch opponent of claims that humans have contributed to climate change, took to the Senate floor Thursday to make his case with
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NASA Satellites Track the Sources of Climate Change
NBCNews.com - 2/26/2015
NASA scientists are showing off some of the first results from a fresh crop of satellites and space station sensors designed to track the factors behind climate change and extreme weather on a near-real-time
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Senator Throws Snowball on Senate Floor to Disprove Climate Change
Time - 2/26/2015
Sen. James Inhofe has a way with visual metaphors Sen. James Inhofe tossed a snowball in the Senate chamber Thursday, using the stunt to emphasize his long-held belief that climate change is “the greatest
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The global warming slowdown is real — but that’s no reason to question climate science
Washington Post - 2/26/2015
This Aug. 12, 2013, satellite image captures the vast Pacific Ocean, whose variability may explain a temporary slowdown in the rate of global warming. (AFP photo / HO / NASA Goes Project) It was the
Yes, global warming has slowed down a little. And yes, you should still worry. Washington Post
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Now Even Insurance Regulators Are Turning Up The Heat On Climate Change
Forbes.com - 2/26/2015
I know some of my climate change posts don’t always endear me to Forbes readers.  I think I know what some of you who are shall we say rather skeptical about climate change are thinking: Lipman seems
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Bulgaria scraps incentives for new renewable energy installations
Reuters Africa - 2/26/2015
SOFIA Feb 26 (Reuters) - Bulgaria's parliament scrapped preferential prices for new renewable energy installations on Thursday as the country is struggling to cut deficits in the energy sector and keep
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Lower Hudson Valley Homeowners Go Green as Next Step Living®...
San Francisco Chronicle - 2/26/2015
Next Step Living, the leading provider of home energy solutions in New England, announced today that it is expanding into New York state. Next Step Living, which has served more than 100,000 homeowners
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Cooler Pacific has slowed global warming, briefly - study
Reuters UK - 2/26/2015
* Combination of causes seen responsible for warming pause * Pacific main ocean driver, Atlantic minor player * Trend likely to reverse - study By Alister Doyle OSLO, Feb 26 (Reuters) - A natural
Cooler Pacific has slowed global warming, briefly: study Reuters
Cooler Pacific has slowed global warming, briefly Melbourne Age
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Cooler Pacific has slowed global warming, briefly - study
Reuters Africa - 2/26/2015
* Combination of causes seen responsible for warming pause * Pacific main ocean driver, Atlantic minor player * Trend likely to reverse - study By Alister Doyle OSLO,
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Air Pollution Turned This Chinese City Into a Ghost Town
Bloomberg - 2/26/2015
The city of Handan in Hebei province is the birthplace of Qin Shihuang, the first emperor of China. That illustrious history isn’t apparent today. Aging, coal-burning steel factories belch grime over
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GEAC to look into GM crop trial proposals [Mint, New Delhi]
BusinessWeek - 2/26/2015
Feb. 26--NEW DELHI -- The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) of the ministry of environment and forests is set to consider new proposals to approve field trials of genetically modified (GM)
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