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Posted By: Richard McCormack - President, ramcogen
On: July 23, 2014
Wide Impact of Climate Change Already Seen in U.S., Study Says The effects of human-induced climate change are being felt in every corner of the United States, scientists reported Tuesday May 6, 2014, with water growing scarcer in dry regions, torrential rains increasing in wet regions, heat waves becoming more  more...
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Posted By: A.K. Shyam - Environmental Specialist, GMR Group
On: July 16, 2014
It is certain that fossil fuels are likely to be exhausted sooner or later. It is rather satisfying that ‘Fossil Fuels’ sustained the global energy needs till date. Although there were no serious issues of this generation initially, gradual awareness on Environment posed many problems, over the last few decades.  more...
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Posted By: Ryan Bliss , Edward Malley , Greg Coleman , Samantha Motley
On: July 14, 2014
Introduction On June 2, 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its Clean Power Proposal for reducing CO2 emissions from existing plants in accordance with Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act.  The agency’s goal is to reduce CO2 emissions from existing power plants by 30% from 2005 CO2 emissions  more...
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Posted By: Sarah Battaglia - Energy Consultant, Energy Curtailment Specialists, Inc.
On: June 30, 2014
The earth is getting warmer.  There's no doubt about that.  The average temperature of our planet rose 1.4°F over the last 100 years, and is expected to continue on that path over the next 100 years.  Some are even predicting an increase by as much as 11.5°F, and with these  more...
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Posted By: Elias Hinckley - Head of Global Energy Finance, Sullivan & Worcester
On: June 27, 2014
The 3rd National Climate Assessment (NCA) was recently released, painting a frightening picture of the spiraling costs of climate disruption to America and highlighting the need to price carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. While President Obama has pledged action and the electricity industry nervously awaits new EPA regulations for power plant  more...
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Posted By: Bob Ashworth
On: June 18, 2014
  It seems persons trying to rid the planet of our conventional fuels; coal, oil and natural gas, will go to great lengths of completely lying.  First of all, so-called but misnamed "greenhouse" gases cool the earth - they don't warm it!  Also, so-called "green energy" is not green at  more...
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Posted By: Jessica Kennedy - Energy Consultant, Energy Curtailment Specialists
On: May 12, 2014
Opinions about the merits of fossil fuels and the importance of exhausting those resources seem to be infiltrating mainstream media lately.  It is an effort to push back against the environmental and climate change activists that are becoming ever more vocal about why and how we need to phase out fossil fuels.   more...
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Posted By: Shlomi Palas - CEO, Blue Sphere Corp.
On: April 7, 2014
In his State of the Union address earlier this year, President Obama pointed to his administration's 'all-of-the-above' energy policy as key to reducing US reliance on foreign oil while simultaneously cutting the country's carbon emissions. "Climate change is a fact," Obama said, addressing the lawmakers he has largely sidestepped in  more...
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Posted By: Sarah Battaglia - Energy Consultant, Energy Curtailment Specialists, Inc.
On: March 11, 2014
Alright, you probably won't save the world, but with these ten tips, you'll at least be able to do your part in protecting our planet.  If you're new to the whole "going green" thing, I suggest taking on one of these challenges each day for the next ten days.  By  more...
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Posted By: Scott Shugarts - Market Research Specialist, Energy Curtailment Specialists
On: December 20, 2013
The Energy Chronicles is a three part series examining why we believe that carbon emissions cause climate change.  In Part One we looked at the history of electricity and how it is generated.  In Part Two we looked at the efficiency of various generation methods and the pollutants they leave  more...
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