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Why It's Important for Businesses to Reduce GHG Emissions

Companies often have corporate sustainability initiatives that address how those entities can make the world a better place for everyone. Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is often a vital component of a larger sustainability plan.
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What advanced nuclear reactor designs are likely to be successful and why?

Recent studies by the Third Way, a DC think tank, point to 40 separate efforts to develop advanced nuclear reactor designs. As some readers may recall, US Navy Admiral Hyman Rickover pointed out that paper reactors are easy to design. The hard..
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Not a Case of Either/Or: How government and mines in Zambia can save money through energy efficiency

How mines in Zambia can save money
Not a Case of Either/Or: How government and mines in Zambia can save money through energy efficiency Richard Bridle Thu, 11/15/2018 - 15:53 Copper mining has played a...
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With dynamic electricity pricing, more data can lead to more savings

By Kim Sha and Ben Liu, clean energy interns Illinois’ largest utility, ComEd, is almost finished deploying advanced metering infrastructure to its customers. In fact, there are now more than 3.8 million installed smart meters in Illinois,...
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Climate scare tactics won’t work in California

Some polluters and their allies are rolling out an old and tired playbook in Sacramento. California is ahead of schedule in curbing climate pollution and the economy is booming. Yet alarmism persists. These latest scare tactics are focused on...
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Advanced Nuclear Can Make Gasoline Out of Water

Does this sound like a “Back To The Future” storyline? In the words of Doc Brown, let me show you how it works.
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Four reasons why the California Air Resources Board should endorse the California Tropical Forest Standard

California has acted a global climate leader, but the most significant step the state can take right now is to endorse the Tropical Forest Standard to help avert climate catastrophe, protect biodiversity, and support the indigenous communities...

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Source: Philippine Star News


Speaking at Palawan last week, President Rodrigo Duterte threatened electricity distributors in the province with "expropriation" if they do not upgrade their services by the end of the year. We hope he carries out that...