Monthly Archives: November 2015

5 energy trends driving climate progress in 2015 _ environmental defense fund

What a difference a year can make. Even before the last weeks tick away, 2015 stands out as a remarkable and dynamic year for climate and energy in the United States. Read on for five bold trends that are beginning

Lewes opposes offshore seismic testing – by nick roth – capegazette. com – covering delaware’s cape region – inland bays, atlantic ocean, rehoboth beach, lewes, milton, dewey beach, usa_

Photo by: SubmittedLewes Mayor and City Council members (l-r) Dennis Reardon, Bonnie Osler, Mayor Ted Becker, Deputy Mayor Fred Beaufait and Rob Morgan unanimously approved a resolution opposing offshore seismic testing. Lewes is the first municipality in Delaware to oppose

Hall of fame scholarship winner sees money in sustainability – news center – the university of texas at dallas

Hazem Elshorbagy UT Dallas full-time MBA student Hazem Elshorbagy has refined biodiesel from algae, designed an environmentally friendly method for heavy crude oil extraction and is using the University campus as a testbed for his ideas to improve the efficiency

Price of natural gas in arkansas to be lowered – washington times

Obama pokes Putin, says jet shoot-down part of ‘ongoing problem’ with Russians Pentagon backs Turkey’s version of events, blames ‘incursion’ of Russian jet WESLEY PRUDEN: How Obama cooks the terrorism numbers CHARLES HURT: Obama calls Americans Islamophobic as terrorists threaten

Electric cars and the coal that runs them – the washington post

By Michael Birnbaum November 23 Follow @michaelbirnbaum POWER PLAY | Cheap electricity, a changing climate This is part of a series exploring how the world’s hunger for cheap electricity is complicating efforts to combat climate change. ROTTERDAM — In this

In a first, global temperature average hits key monitoring threshold – the boston globe

The increase is important because it’s halfway to the 3.6 degrees that governments have set as a limit to avoid dangerous levels of warming. The Met Office, the British meteorological agency, said global temperatures in January-September were 1.02 C above

Market drifts lower in volatile trade _ business standard news

Key benchmark indices edged lower in volatile trade. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, fell 51.44 points or 0.2% at 25,767.90, as per the provisional closing data. The Nifty 50 index fell 17.65 points, or 0.22% to 7,831.60, as

Coal & copper mining_ for glencore, a haunting spectre_ – emerging markets daily – barrons. com

Reuters Mud coats the Brazil countryside where a dam owned by Vale and BHP Billiton burst. In a thick note studying the mining sector and metals today, Paul Gait, a senior metals analyst at Bernstein, reiterates his overweight rating and

Letters_ southern california edison greedy – press enterprise

The older I get (age 74 now), the more disappointed I become in people/companies like Southern California Edison, that are evil, greedy and employ deceptive business practices. The article “Solar Sticker Shock” [Front page, Nov. 22] says it all. And

Gas line explosion highlights lack of coordination between … – the bakersfield californian

1 of 3 Buy Photo Henry A. Barrios / Californian Workers continue with the repair of a gas pipeline that exploded after being hit by a Caterpillar operator digging up farmland near Wible and Houghton Road last Friday. The operator

Maintenance, supply issues continue to disrupt gas prices' decline

By Rick Popely November 13, 2015 Kevork Djansezian/Getty News Images/Thinkstock The national average for regular gas fell by just a penny the past week to $2.20 a gallon, according to the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report, but motorists in some

Hearing dates set for bakken pipeline access through iowa _ thegazette

A warning sign for a natural gas pipeline is seen as natural gas flares at an oil pump site outside of Williston, North Dakota March 11, 2013. North Dakota’s booming oil business has quickly ran up against a serious shortage

5 saving tips that won’t hurt your lifestyle _ tvshows _ 3 news

This article is sponsored by AMP The words ‘retirement savings’ can immediately bring about images of sacrifice – giving up the small pleasures in life now for something that might seem a long way down the line. But it doesn’t

Labour u-turns over renationalisation of big six energy firms in ‘democratisation’ drive – yahoo news uk

A Labour government would not renationalise the Big Six energy companies and instead “democratise” the industry, according to Lisa Nandy. The shadow energy secretary said the party wants to “put people back in charge” by pushing for every community in