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A Completely Spotless Sun Baffles Scientists
Published Climate Dispatch  7/21/2014
The Sun has gone eerily quiet recently. As evidenced by recent solar activity and the known history of the solar maximum occurring every 11 years, this phenomenon is quite odd.Solar maximum is supposed to be the time when the Sun is at its most active. The massive ball of gas should be sporting all
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A Cricket Conundrum, a Toxic Waste Tour, and 220,000 Pounds of Dead FishPublished OneEarth  9/5/2013
By Jason Bittel Change is in the air: After six rounds of bidding and a winning figure of $1.6 million, Dominion Virginia Power just scored the first offshore wind farm lease in Virginia. And it's a coal company? Yup. Well, alrighty then. Huffington Post Not so
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A Dirty BusinessPublished OneEarth  2/12/2014
By Greg Lacour Duke Energy, the largest electric utility in the country, burns a lot of coal. What’s left behind is ash—nearly three and a half million tons of it at Duke power plants in 2013 alone. Where does it all go? After recycling, more than half winds up in
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A Humanitarian Crisis is in the Making as Sewage Floods Central Gaza due to Fuel BlockadePublished Sustainable Cities Collective  11/15/2013
A humanitarian crisis is in the making in Gaza where the municipality has declared a state of emergency and warned that “this is the start of a catastrophe. Unless the world listens to our cries, a real disaster may hit Gaza and its people.” Is this the world's most unsustainable city?read
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A Monstrous Mess: toxic water pollution in ChinaPublished Greenpeace  1/23/2014
A team from Greenpeace East Asia's Detox campaign recently discovered an unsettling sight off the coast of South Eastern China. Next to the city of Shishi, a centre for children's clothing production, they discovered a huge black plume of wastewater around the size of 50 Olympic swimming pools on
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AEA Investors LP Completes Acquisition of Siemens Water Technologies; New Company to be Evoqua Water TechnologiesPublished Tally Fox  1/29/2014
Alternative Investments Trade AEA Investors LP has secured regulatory approvals and closed on an agreement to acquire the municipal, industrial and services water and wastewater treatment
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After drought, more oil and gas drillers begin recycling water for fracking operationsPublished PennLive  11/11/2013
Pennsylvania, has few wastewater dumping sites, and operators once paid large sums to haul wastewater to Ohio. Recycling has now become cheaper, and transports to Ohio have dwindled.
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After Earthquake, Company Halts Fracking Wastewater Injection In Colorado CountyPublished ClimateProgress.org  6/25/2014
State researchers are looking into whether wastewater injection could be to blame for the quake. The post After Earthquake, Company Halts Fracking Wastewater Injection In Colorado County appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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After Over a Decade of Fracking, Oversight of Industrys Radioactive Waste Still LackingPublished Desmogblog.com  4/17/2014
It has been roughly twelve years since fracking launched the great shale rush in the U.S. and the biggest problem with the technology — how to safely dispose of the enormous quantities of toxic waste generated — remains unsolved.In particular, regulators have struggled to fully understand or police
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After Ranchers Death, Calls for Fracking Health Study Grow StrongerPublished Desmogblog.com  7/24/2014
Last month, Terry Greenwood, a Pennsylvania farmer whose water had been contaminated by fracking waste, died of cancer. He was 66 and the cause of death was a rare form of brain cancer.His death drew attention from around the globe in part because Mr. Greenwood was among the first farmers from his
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