December 04, 2016

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Halliburton's Stonewalling Works in Pa., but Sparks Subpoena at EPA

Of the nine companies the EPA asked to supply the information, only Halliburton -- the largest North American provider of hydraulic fracturing services...

Climate Futures Exchange Calls It Quits

The only national carbon cap-and-trade exchange in the United States is shutting down because of Congressional inaction on limiting emissions, company officials say.

Need Solar Power? Buy a 'Garden Plot'

While solar power plants seem like a 21st-century phenomenon, the Davis project dates from 1987, when the utility Pacific Gas and Electric built...

A penny a pound

One penny a pound might not seem like a very big raise, but when you pick a ton of tomatoes a day one...

Disrupting endocrine disruptors.

134 chemicals will be screened to determine their effect on the endocrine system.

Food Prices Rising

Food prices have risen sharply this year according to The Economist's food-price index.

Tuna Wars

"Paris and Brussels are presently seeing skirmishes over the fate of what's become the oceans' most iconic creature - the Atlantic bluefin tuna."

Investors call for global climate change deal at Cancun

Leading investors urge policymakers to tackle climate change at Cancun's UN climate summit later this month, or risk economic disturbance.

GM IPO boost good news for U.S. taxpayers

Automaker expands its IPO, bringing U.S. closer to recouping its investment.

Weatherathome: how you can predict the effects of climate change on extreme weather events

The world's biggest climate forecasting project is inviting net users worldwide to join its latest experiment - here's how you can get involved.




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