Monthly Archives: November 2015

What_s next after keystone_ fighting fossil fuel extraction on public lands _ grist

Tweet Earlier this month, in New York City, 350.org — the organization most associated with the campaign against Keystone XL — nearly filled the 2,090-seat opera house at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for headliners Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein

Nasa tests provide rare opportunity to get 3-d printed part comparison data _ international space fellowship

A key part of the F-1 engine — the rocket engine that propelled the Saturn V and sent men to Moon — just completed a series of tests that will provide new data for today’s rocket engine designers. While this

Goodrich petroleum given average recommendation of _hold_ by brokerages (nyse_gdp) _ wkrb news – wkrb news

Shares of Goodrich Petroleum (NYSE:GDP) have received an average rating of “Hold” from the twenty-two research firms that are currently covering the stock, Analyst Ratings Network. com reports. Six analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, eleven have

Folding electric scooter doubles as handy cart for cargo _ treehugger

Living in the city frugally can often mean doing without a car (though car-sharing can certainly fill in the gaps). Biking and walking are great alternatives, but sometimes, frequent activities like getting your groceries can be made all the more

A displaced california tribe reclaims sacred land (the exact same place) _ high country news

Folding chairs clattered, and conversations echoed off high ceilings. Several young men, heavyset with braids and ball caps and baggy jeans, held squirming kids while a group of women set up drums in a circle. A potluck table held salad

What the discovery of offshore gas means for egypt _ foreign affairs

On August 30, the Italian state-controlled energy company Eni announced the discovery of a “supergiant” gas field off the coast of Egypt. According to initial assessments, the Zohr field contains 30 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas (equivalent to

Project creates 24 jobs – northern advocate – northern advocate news

Whangarei Engineering boss Ian Hendrikse and his team have started working on the steel framework for a new Countdown supermarket on Waiheke Island. Photo / John Stone Whangarei companies are feeling the benefits of economic growth in Auckland, with one

Alpha natural resources expects approval of bankruptcy financing plan _ industries _ virginia business

Industries Alpha Natural Resources expects approval of bankruptcy financing plan September 16, 2015 | Print this page Bristol-based Alpha Natural Resources Inc. expects a bankruptcy court judge to approve plans for financing company operations while it is going through Chapter

Fall 2015 music preview _ daily bruin

It’s autumn, and Frank Ocean’s album is still nowhere to be found. The album is rumored to drop before the end of 2015, possibly in the fall. Regardless, this season still holds the releases of highly anticipated records from Macklemore

News buzz on_ 3m (nyse_mmm), orbitz worldwide, (nyse_oww), houghton mifflin harcourt (nasdaq_hmhc), oneok, (nyse_oke) _ wsnewspublishers

On Wednesday, 3M Co (NYSE:MMM )’s shares declined -1.79% to $140.86. Millions of workers around the world rely on respirators to assist protect them from airborne contaminants. To assist these workers achieve maximum breathability and regulatory compliance, 3M is leveraging

Actor andrew garfield explains how he embedded himself in the housing market crisis to make an incredible new movie, ’99 homes’ – yahoo finance uk

(Hooman Bahrani/Broad Green Pictures) (L-R) Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon in “99 Homes.” In “ 99 Homes” Andrew Garfield (“The Social Network,” “The Amazing Spider-Man”) plays Dennis Nash, a father living in Orlando who is evicted from his home in

Cheniere_ a compelling investment for patient investors – cheniere energy, inc (nysemkt_lng) _ seeking alpha

Even with four planned LNG terminals, three chartered LNG vessels to-date, and development projects on schedule, shares of Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG) are down sharply. Cheniere’s stock traded as high as $82 in April, but fell systematically since then. At

St albans’ sinkhole ‘appeared a week ago and injured postman’ (from daily echo)

A giant sinkhole that opened up in a residential street in St Albans, forcing the evacuation of 20 people, first appeared a week ago and injured a postman working on the street, Royal Mail said. The 66ft (20m) crater spreads