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Middle East/Med Region Could Solar Power World 28.12.2009 Sustainable Housing and Green Building News - ENN
Middle East/Med Region Could Solar Power World
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Middle East/Med Region Could Solar Power World 28.12.2009 Green Technology and Environmental Science News - ENN
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Middle East/Med Region Could Solar Power World 28.12.2009 Alternative Energy and Fuel News - ENN
Middle Eastern and North African countries, often referred to under the umbrella term MENA countries, have the potential to create more than 3 times the world's power needs, according to a new study reported in the Dubai-based Khaleej Times. Countries that move fast, the study suggests, could have the competitive advantage. Who could take the lead: MENA countries, especially ones located on the Arabian Peninsula, as well as others like Jordan, Lebanon, and Israel could be. These countries are no strangers to the notion of solar energy, and Green Prophet has covered countless articles touting solar energy in the Middle East.
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The Lawyers Win in Global Warming 28.12.2009 Climate Change News - ENN
Carbon dioxide air emissions is one of the big issues in global warming debate. However Before you start controlling by putting the carbon in the ground, you first have to put lawyers in a room to argue. After a year that saw billions of dollars in spent around a variety of carbon capture and storage pilot projects, the focus in 2010 will shift from press conferences and engineering discussion to court cases and conference tables.
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Middle East/Med Region Could Solar Power World 28.12.2009 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability News - ENN
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Middle East/Med Region Could Solar Power World 28.12.2009 Climate Change News - ENN
Middle Eastern and North African countries, often referred to under the umbrella term MENA countries, have the potential to create more than 3 times the world's power needs, according to a new study reported in the Dubai-based Khaleej Times. Countries that move fast, the study suggests, could have the competitive advantage. Who could take the lead: MENA countries, especially ones located on the Arabian Peninsula, as well as others like Jordan, Lebanon, and Israel could be. These countries are no strangers to the notion of solar energy, and Green Prophet has covered countless articles touting solar energy in the Middle East.
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Climate bill, clean-energy industry key to Tennessee's economic revival 28.12.2009 Climate Change News - ENN
It's not often that East Tennessee Republicans and Democrats find common ground on important issues. However, comprehensive federal climate and energy policy as a means to boost our economy and create jobs is something this former Tennessee GOP chair and East Tennessee Democrat agree on. So, we've launched a project, TN Business Leaders for a Clean Energy Economy, to help realize our clean energy economic potential.
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The Lawyers Win in Global Warming 28.12.2009 Environmental News Network
Carbon dioxide air emissions is one of the big issues in global warming debate. However Before you start controlling by putting the carbon in the ground, you first have to put lawyers in a room to argue. After a year that saw billions of dollars in spent around a variety of carbon capture and storage pilot projects, the focus in 2010 will shift from press conferences and engineering discussion to court cases and conference tables.
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Robert Creamer: Democrats Do Not Need to Become More "Moderate" to Win in 2010 - Four Rules for Victory in November 28.12.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
Voters want the proverbial money changers thrown out of the temple of government. They don't want Democrats to be more milquetoast and "sensible." They want something done to right this extraordinary wrong.
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Indiana lawmakers hopeful about renewable energy bill 28.12.2009 Science / Technology News

Legislation that could bring more wind turbines and solar power projects to Indiana has a good chance of passing in the upcoming legislative session after failing in the last session's closing hours, two state lawmakers say.

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Three Climate Polls: Do You 'Believe In' Warming 28.12.2009 ENS
Three Climate Polls: Do You 'Believe In' Warming
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Robb E. Lovell: Obama, Our Judas? 28.12.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
It's time to look at actions rather than rhetoric -- at results rather than efforts -- because what this president is actually getting accomplished is diametrically opposed to what this president said he wanted to do.
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China enacts law to promote renewable energy 28.12.2009 Science / Technology News

China's utilities will be required to buy all the power produced by wind farms and other renewable sources under a new law meant to promote the industry and reduce heavy reliance on coal.

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Economy, green energy interest turn auto showrooms into places for skateboards, artwork, yoga 28.12.2009 Science / Technology News

With hard times in the auto industry and car dealerships closing around the country, the gleaming showrooms that once featured next year's models are becoming this year's new store, restaurant, school, day care center or yoga studio.

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Empower The People: Energy Production For Everyone 28.12.2009 GOOD
The New Energy Paradigm ...
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Canada falling behind U.S. in clean-energy efforts: experts 27.12.2009 Science / Technology News

The Harper government is distancing itself from U.S. President Barack Obama's clean-energy agenda, warn some of those involved in one of Canada fastest-growing clean-energy sectors.

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Beyond the Darkest Hours, Grassroots Rising 26.12.2009 Common Dreams: Views
by Ronnie Cummins

Winter in America 2009. Passing through the darkest period of the winter solstice, shrouded by the gloom and doom of climate destruction, war, and economic depression, making our way around the broken promises of "change we can believe in," we nonetheless find ourselves celebrating life and the redemptive power of a global grassroots revolution. In the wake of the failure of the Copenhagen Climate conference, and the "business as usual" insanity of Obama and the governing elite, millions of us are terminally fed up and fired up for action.

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Put the $ in Sustainability with Design Competition (and maybe save the Earth) 26.12.2009 TreeHugger
Put the $ in Sustainability with Design Competition (and maybe save the Earth)
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My Favorite Green Technology 25.12.2009 Design & Innovation | GreenBiz.com

No offense to those working hard to bring wind, solar or geothermal energy to scale, or to people who are jazzed about energy efficiency, but Marc Gunther is going to end his blogging for 2009 by saying that he is really excited about electric cars.

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My Favorite Green Technology 25.12.2009 Design & Innovation | GreenBiz.com

No offense to those working hard to bring wind, solar or geothermal energy to scale, or to people who are jazzed about energy efficiency, but Marc Gunther is going to end his blogging for 2009 by saying that he is really excited about electric cars.

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