Highlights of the 2015 Annual Energy Outlook

Last week the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its Annual Energy Outlook 2015 (AEO2015). The report presents updated projections for U.S. energy markets through [...]

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Scott Walker Celebrates Earth Day by Proposing To Fire 57 Environmental Agency Employees

Mother Jones: Fifty-seven employees of the state Department of Natural Resources began receiving formal notices this week that they might face layoff as part of [...]

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Global Warming Progressing Slower Than We Thought

Nature World: “Based on our analysis, a middle-of-the-road warming scenario is more likely, at least for now,” researcher Patrick T. Brown, a doctoral student in [...]

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Climate Change is Coming for U.S. Energy Infrastructure

ClimateWire: Climate change will be a major factor in the future of power lines, natural gas pipelines, fuel depots and rail tanker cars, according to [...]

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Almost half Vanuatu people lack clean water month after cyclone: UNICEF

Reuters: More than 100,000 people in Vanuatu have no clean drinking water, a month after a monster cyclone struck the tiny Pacific nation, the United [...]

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‘PLANETARY’ Documentary Gives Astronaut’s-Eye View Fragile Earth

Yahoo: Fifteen years ago, a teenage Guy Reid was so passionate about the environment that he was handing out books about it to his friends. [...]

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Sydney storm erodes sandy beaches, giving a taste of the future

New Scientist: What if we lost Bondi? I just came back from a run on the famous Sydney beach, which has been battered by a [...]

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State of the Earth in Four Climate Trends

Scientific Ameircan: What better day to step back and take stock of the planet than Earth Day? Started in 1970 to raise awareness in the [...]

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Australia approach to climate ‘different’, but ‘fair, constructive’

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: MARK COLVIN: Two days of climate talks in Washington have wrapped up with the lead negotiator for the US acknowledging that Australia’s [...]

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America’s about to hit a water crisis

Business Insider: Americans tend to take it for granted that when we open a tap, water will come out.
Western states have been dealing with water [...]

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