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It's Time for a Global Landscape Restoration RevolutionPublished World Resource Institute  7/28/2014
Editor's Note: This blog post was originally published at Devex.The solution to the very visible global problems of deforestation, desertification and food scarcity may be hiding in plain sight: the transformative ability to restore degraded land to productive use.This is a resource opportunity of
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Incentives approved for two La. projectsPublished Feed The Grid  3/21/2014
Two biofuel companies were approved Friday in Baton Rouge for state manufacturing incentives totaling a combined $750,000 for projects to be built at the Port of Alexandria and at Bastrop in northeastern Louisiana's Morehouse Parish...
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Ethanol Groups Ask SCOTUS to Nix Calif. Low Carbon Fuel RulePublished Feed The Grid  3/21/2014
Two groups representing the ethanol industry have petitioned the U.S...
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Marion provides TIF support for waste-to-biofuel firm FiberightPublished Feed The Grid  3/22/2014
MARION â?? Waste-to-biofuel company Fiberight LLC moved a step closer this week to constructing a $15-million facility designed to grab the organic material in garbage to convert into ethanol at the companyâ??s ethanol plant now being renovated in Blairstown...
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Anthony Hilton: Amara has struck gold with deposit discovery near a ...Published Feed The Grid  3/22/2014
Not only are the deposits such that the new find has the potential to be one of the top 10 producers in Africa â?? according to executive chairman John McGloin â?? but it is slap next door to one of the biggest hydroelectric plants in the continent...
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Global Economy Growing But May Leave Well-being BehindPublished World Watch  1/9/2014
As the world marks the 80th birthday of GDP, a new Worldwatch Institute report examines its inadequacy as the sole metric for prosperityWashington, D.C.—In 2012, gross world product increased to just over $83 trillion, a 4.85 percent increase over 2011. On the surface, this metric supports the
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Japan should embrace nuclear power, government panel saysPublished Yahoo  12/13/2013
Japan should embrace nuclear power as an "important and fundamental" energy source, a government panel said on Friday, in advice that looks almost certain to be accepted, despite widespread anti-nuclear feeling after the Fukushima disaster. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is keen to restart
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Ethiopia spearheads green energy in sub-Saharan AfricaPublished Global Energy World  12/4/2013
ASHEGODA, Ethiopia -  From the sky, the 84 glimmering white turbines at Ashegoda wind farm shoot up from the ground like massive spokes, standing out high amid vast expanses of yellow wheat. Ethiopia's northern Tigray region, mostly populated by cattle farmers who grow the
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South Africa may delay nuclear power projectsPublished Yahoo  12/4/2013
South Africa may delay the construction of more nuclear power plants and focus instead on coal, hydro and gas as alternative energy sources, the Department of Energy said in its latest energy plan report. The assessment casts doubt on plans by South Africa, which has the only nuclear plant on the
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Insurance Shortfall Hits Poorest and Most VulnerablePublished Climate Central  11/17/2013
By Kieran Cooke, Climate News NetworkLONDON – The Philippines is located at the center of one of the world’s most severe storm regions. Scientists say that climate change is increasing the frequency and ferocity of such events.Yet despite the growing risk to their homes and livelihoods,
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