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Germany on fracking: "the dangers of this technology are too great"
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  7/31/2014
Amy Mall, Senior Policy Analyst, Washington, D.C. The German federal environment agency just released a report on fracking. I don't speak German, and there is nothing on the agency's English language website yet, but I am going to post some key quotes from articles I
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Latest polling results in New York show continued growth in opposition to fracking
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  7/31/2014
Kate Sinding, Senior Attorney, New York City In New York’s Southern Tier, the very heart of the Marcellus Shale region where natural gas lies locked in dense rock, new poll results show a strong majority of people are worried about the health and environmental impacts of the
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Floridians Should be Empowered to Help Fight Climate Change
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  7/31/2014
Pamela Rivera, Latino Engagement Associate / Program Assistant, Washington, D.C. Things are definitely picking up steam in Florida and on a wide variety of efforts to urge Governor Rick Scott to come up with a strong plan for reducing carbon pollution.Since the release of the National
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Documents: Cheniere Fuels ALEC’s New Push for Fracked Gas Exports
Published Desmogblog.com  7/31/2014
Today, legislative and lobbyist members of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) voted on model legislation promoting both exports of gas obtained via hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) and vehicles powered by compressed natural gas (CNG). Dubbed a “corporate bill mill” by its critics,
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Does Using Excess Renewable Electricity to Create Hydrogen Make Sense?
Published Green Tech Media  7/31/2014
The debate goes on between fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) advocates and those who think electric vehicles will win the day. Toyota’s R&D chief disses electric vehicles because of poor range and long charging times, even as BMW’s new i3 pure electric is selling quite well and wows consumers.
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The latest World Nuclear Industry Status Report: more bad news for nuclear power, good news for public safety
Published Greenpeace  7/30/2014
"The nuclear share in the world’s power generation declined steadily from a historic peak of 17.6 percent in 1996 to 10.8 percent in 2013." The sun is setting on nuclear powerThis year’s numbers for the nuclear industry are in and they’re not good for the industry but good if you worry about
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Guest blog: Testimony from Lance Robertson, Executive Director of NBLC
Published Natural Resources Defense Council  7/30/2014
Fernando Cazares, NRDC / Voces Verdes Fellow, Washington, D.C. Testimony for EPA hearing on Clean Power PlanPresented by Lance Robertson, Executive Director of National Black and Latino Council, at EPA Hearing in AtlantaJuly 2014Good evening and thank you for the opportunity to
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Installing a Residential Wind Turbine for Your Home
Published Greener Ideal  7/20/2014
Power from home-based wind turbines can be used locally, or sold back to the utility to offset power costs. Utilities buy green power from homeowners at retail rates, rather than the lower wholesale rates that the large generating stations receive. There is a great deal of power to harness in the
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Which Countries Produce The Most Fossil Fuels?
Published Energy Collective  7/31/2014
Which country takes the most fossil fuels out of the ground? The answer to this question is relatively predictable: China. Today China is the world's biggest consumer of energy and the vast majority of that comes from burning coal mined in China itself.read more
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NAS Report on Fukushima Finds Lessons for the U.S. Industry
Published Forum on Energy  7/30/2014
A federal review of the May 2011 accident at Fukushima Daiichi has determined that U.S. nuclear facilities need to do more to prepare for similar unexpected events. While U.S. facilities are capable of withstanding equipment failures, power loss and the inability to cool reactor cores, they are not
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